Mrs. Olson's Coffee Hut
117 Los Altos St
Mrs. Olson’s Coffee Hut has been a long standing tradition and favorite among the breakfast crowd in Oxnard since 1974.
The eatery is located on Los Altos Street near the Hollywood Beach School and specializes in good, old fashioned breakfast and brunch specialties like their signature Mrs. Olson’s Potatoes that are made with garlic, Parmesan, paprika, and just a touch of bacon fat.
The delightful breakfast menu has won the restaurant a spot on the LocalEats "20 Best Breakfast Restaurants in America" and has been featured dozens of publications ranging from Esquire to the New York Times.
Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum
220 North Market Street
The Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum and the Chamber of Commerce reside in the former Bank of Hueneme Building on the corner of Market Street and Hueneme Road.
The museum invites visitors to explore the area’s past and introduces them to Thomas Bard, who is often referred to as the “Father of Port Hueneme.”
Visitors will find a wealth of historical photos, exhibits, and artifacts from the port’s early years along with information about one the more famous residents, architect Myron Hunt.
Jim Hall Kart Racing School
2600 Challenger Place
The Murphy Auto Museum
2230 Statham Boulevard
The U.S. Navy Seabee Museum
1001 Addor Street
The U.S. Navy Seabee Museum is located on Addor Street in Port Hueneme and is home to a long history of the Naval Construction Force known as the Seabees.
The path entering the museum is paved with memorial bricks that bear the names of the countless men and women who helped build ensure the Seabees place in history.
Inside the museum visitors can stroll through memorial gardens, view exhibits, and artifacts that encompass the history of the Naval Construction Force.
The museum is open seven days a week and encourages guest to schedule tours to gain the full Seabee experience.
Ventura County Maritime Museum
2731 S. Victoria Ave.