View Holiday Hours for Restaurants in Mendocino County

Listing Tag: History

Little River Museum

At the top of the curve coming north out of Little River sits a small white building on the right. The building was originally built by the Knights of the

Anderson Valley Museum

Located just outside Boonville, the Anderson Valley Museum once housed the school for the valley’s children called the Con Creek School, but these days is home to a colorful collection

Kelley House Museum

The Kelley House Museum is a historic home and museum located in the heart of the Mendocino Historic District. Built-in 1861 for William Kelley and his family, it is furnished

Roots Of Motive Power Museum

The Roots Of Motive Power Museum in Willits exhibits a wonderful collection of preserved and restored power equipment and locomotives from the days of the logging industry. Watch their calendar

Mendocino County Museum Display

Mendocino County Museum

The Mendocino County Museum is home to over 60,000 artifacts and offers permanent and rotating exhibits showcasing the county’s rich heritage. Visitors can explore unique displays of local business memorabilia,

Point Arena Lighthouse

The Point Arena Lighthouse stands as an iconic figure on the landscape of the American Pacific Coast. No other lighthouse offers such a fully interactive experience in the exchange between

Greenwood/Elk Visitor Center

Museum displays local artifacts, provides thorough historical information, and is housed inside the old post office building.

Ridgewood Ranch

With old-growth redwood groves, historic, yet beautifully preserved buildings, famous white deer, and surrounded by gorgeous oak woodlands and vernal pools, an event at Ridgewood Ranch is an experience like

Guest House Museum

The Guest House was built in 1892 by the Fort Bragg Redwood Company as a private residence for the Johnson Family who owned the company. It served as a showplace

Point Cabrillo

Point Cabrillo Light Station

Don’t miss the historic light station, built in 1909 and surrounded by 270 acres of undeveloped coastal bluffs. This State Park occupies a spectacular headland extending out into the Pacific.

Pin It on Pinterest

Add Your Heading Text Here

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.