Built in 1854, Ford House is both a comprehensive museum of local history and the official information center of Mendocino Village.
An extensive museum focusing on the lifetime works and achievements of artist Grace Hudson and her ethnologist husband Dr. John Hudson.
Formerly the mansion of a local logging baron, today this building serves as the headquarters of the Ft. Bragg historical society.
The Kelley House Museum's mission is to collect preserve, protect and share the rich history of the Mendocino Coast.
The county museum preserves and showcases the eventful historical past of the Mendocino area, with an array of fascinating exhibits.
Beaches, Biking, Family Fun, Hiking, Museums, On The Water, Parks, State Parks, Things to Do in Mendocino County, Venues, Weddings
This unique blend of gentle trails, rugged coastline, secluded beaches and timeless history surrounds the Village of Mendocino on three sides. Three miles of trails wind along the cliffs, giving the casual explorer spectacular views of sea arches and hidden grottos.
Beaches, Family Fun, Hiking, Museums, On The Water, Parks, Spring Break, Things to Do in Mendocino County, Venues, Weddings
One of the star attractions of the Mendocino Coast, the lighthouse is a museum, a recreation area, and offers lodging in a historic setting. Special tours are available including full moon tours, and informative guided walks on the nearby Stornetta Lands.
Best Places to Stay in Mendocino County CA, Family Fun, Mendocino County Vacation Rentals, Museums, Parks, State Parks, Things to Do in Mendocino County
Ridgewood Ranch boasts an illustrious and star-studded history, with many of Hollywood's biggest names, frequent guests of Charles S. Howard at Ridgewood Ranch. The most famous of all was the legendary racehorse Seabiscuit!