Thousand Oaks Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Thousand Oaks; our list of the best things to see, including The Lakes at Thousand Oaks, Santa Monica Mountains National Park and The Oaks Mall.
  • The Lakes at Thousand Oaks

    2200 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
    Outdoor shopping center which includes an Claim Jumper and California Pizza Kitchen.
  • Santa Monica Mountains National Park

    401 West Hillcrest Drive
    Open daily 9:00AM to 5:00PM. Closed federal holidays. Known as "Los Angeles' Backyard" this national park contains both the mountains and the beaches. Bring a car to get around. Camping available. Fee depending on activity.
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  • The Oaks Mall

    222 West Hillcrest Drive
    M – F 10:00AM to 9:00PM, Sa 10:00AM to 8:00PM, Su 11:00AM to 7:00PM. Shopping mall anchored by Macy's, JC Penny's and Nordstrom (Opening 2008). Restaurants include Cheesecake Factory, Sisley Italian Restaurant, Johnny Rockets and smaller food outlets.
  • Gardens of the World

    2001 Thousand Oaks Boulevard
    Closed Mondays, most national holidays and bad weather. Beautiful gardens including a Japanese and an Italian garden. Special events throughout the year. Docent guided tours available.
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  • Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza

    2100 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
    & Dallas Drive), +1 805 449-2787 (email: boxoffice@toaks.org), [3]. Multi-theatre complex showing world class entertainment.
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  • Janss Marketplace

    275 North Moorpark Road Suite E
    Outdoor shopping center which includes an Old Navy, restaurants and a movie theatre.
  • The Other Place Sports Bar & Grill

    821 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
  • Alamo Bar & Grill

    2311 Borchard Rd +1 805 498-3115
    A Mexican restaurant with an attached bar. Great happy hours; cheap margaritas, well drinks and free appetizers. Go outside and get their $1.25 bean and cheese burritos, they are legendary.
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