Top 7 Tourist Attractions in Lompoc, CA


At its peak, the mission's residents herded tens of thousands of cattle and sheep. The mission was established in 1787 to assist the Chumash people and some Spanish settlers. 


La Purisima Mission State Historic Park

It is a quiet beach park with lots of amenities for day visitors and travelers.


Jalama Beach County Park

There is an estuary lagoon at the river's mouth that is popular with birders. 


Ocean Beach Park

Visitors can find a wide range of uncommon and distinctive coastal scrub species as well as the wildlife that has settled in the reserve here. 


Burton Mesa Ecological Reserve

In the Lompoc Wine Ghetto, there are numerous wineries to visit, and you don't even have to leave town to find a tasting room. 


Lompoc Wine Ghetto

The winery makes a high-quality selection of wines, with a focus on Pinot Noirs from small vineyards that highlight the exceptional Terroir of the Estate. 


Babcock Winery and Vineyards

The old house has undergone a thorough renovation and restoration and is currently furnished with items that pay homage to its Victorian past.


The Lompoc Valley Historical Society

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