Summers here are scorchers, so why not break the heat with an evening stroll through the updated and redesigned gardens at Santa Fe Trading Company on 7th Street.
Always a treat to wander through so many rooms and outdoor niches filled with cactus plants, metal yard sculptures and pottery. They’re calling it “Sunsets @ Santa Fe” — and after your stroll through their gardens and awesome decor with a Southwest style, of course, then head over to the Route 66 annex museum next door.
It’s free to learn about the historical people and events that made the Victor Valley, and specifically 7th Street what it is today. Docents will be on hand to answer questions and promote the museums’ touring options.
All the Legacy Museums in Victorville and Apple Valley are managed with Marcy Taylor and the nonprofit High Desert Community Foundation . She offers several “museum hopping tours” for specific areas of the valley. You can find out more there.
Santa Fe Trading Company at 15464 7th Street sets the cool mood Friday, August 23 beginning at 6 pm. Also on hand will be entertainment and refreshments. The Museum reminds you of our colorful heritage with doors open at 6 pm and closing at 9 pm. Just stop in and wander through the Southwest and our history. Call for more info: (760) 962-1290