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Tour the working homestead gardens and nursery for a fun, entertaining experience that brings the whole family together. Stroll under a shady canopy of trees, and enjoy the hands-on experience of creating a living masterpiece with your own starter plant.
Creative types will appreciate the eclectic, high quality fashion found at Artifax. With a wide range of choices, and a price point to fit all budgets, this boutique shop, filled with vibrant and whimsical clothing, is sure to please.
Savor this wonderful shop full of fragrant soap, homespun locally ranched yarn, handmade jewelry, custom made footwear, and other artisan goods from local craftsmen.
Located at the historic Sonoma creamery, B& Whiskey Bar & Grille offers a fabulous dining experience and a jovial atmosphere filled with live music. They offer gourmet menu items like truffle fries, plus whiskey drinks for the adventurous.
We are a private preserve actively committed to the breeding and preservation of African hoof Stock. Our various species of zebra, giraffe, and antelope range from critically endangered to endangered.
Your dogs will love coming to this green, grassy park with plenty of space and lots of four legged friends! There's also a playground for the kids, and a gravel path to the Russian River, where the whole family can splash around.
Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co. is a Missouri company founded in 1998, specializing in pure, natural, non-GMO Heirloom seeds for the home gardener.
What an eclectic old timey bar! There are relics hanging from the ceiling for ambiance, as well as locals galore. A friendly dog may greet you at the door. Summer BBQ! Or head over to the attached store for sandwiches, salads and other picnic supplies.
Founded by Dr. Bauman, a holistic nutrition pioneer, the school offers programs in nutrition and restorative cooking. Community events and workshops cover nutrition essentials, dietary therapies, and fasting retreats.
Shop like a local and find outfits that are perfect for Sonoma's relaxed Wine Country lifestyle. This boutique women's store is known for its helpful owners and fabulous selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories.
Visit the original brewpub in historic Downtown Healdsburg for traditional pub fare with a twist, including signature burgers, salads and more. Brewery Tours offered 10:00 am on Saturdays by appointment.
If you're day-tripping at the Point Reyes National Seashore, be sure to stop by the visitor center to learn about the park's ecosystems and cultural heritage in the interior exhibit space, and watch audio-visual programs in the auditorium.
The small, intimate atmosphere of this beer bar and shop combines well with the knowledgeable staff who will provide a great tasting experience and help you find the right brews to purchase.
Wonderful, unique boutique featuring handmade jewelry, lingerie, shoes, clothing and hats, hats, hats! Dripping with gleaming jewelry, vintage hats and hair accessories (fascinators!), lacy lingerie and bridal goodies. The staff is truly outstanding!
This day spa offers a large menu of relaxing massage options and facial treatments. You will feel pampered and cared for as the stress of everyday life is stripped away by the nurturing staff.
Hidden in the Bennett Valley, the highlights of this public golf course are lush, green fairways, an old world style course, and a relaxed atmosphere. Carts are available, but this course is also easy to walk.
This gourmet market has a wide selection of wines and other specialty items. Handmade sushi is prepared daily, and the deli, salad bar, and bakery offer everything you could need for a picnic meal.
Trails start at Highway 1 parking areas and cross bluff-top meadows and forests to rugged coastline. Cliffside staircases lead to secluded beaches with sandy coves, tide pools, and rock formations. Diving, fishing, boating and hiking available.
This secluded beach is a lush paradise well known to surfers. Located behind the Sea Ranch lodge property, the rugged coastline and ample wildlife make it an outstanding hike for the adventurous.
Bob Johnson Art Gallery is located upstairs in the Gobbi Building on 314 Center Street. View self-portraits, and other drawings, graphic designs and great illustrations.
Enjoy Bodega Bay and all the surrounding beauty by kayak. You will see an amazing variety of wildlife: migrating birds, seals, otters, rays, Bald Eagles and much more. Beginner kayakers are welcomed and encouraged.
Take a 3-hour sailing tour of Bodega Bay on a beautifully maintained 33' sailboat. You may even see whales, dolphins, sea lions and harbor seals!
The skipper knows where the crab and fish are, and if they start to thin out he will take you to another location. Clean out your freezer–you'll be filling it with fresh fish.
Bodega Head is the rocky headland that forms the entrance into Bodega Harbor. The harbor side provides a popular crabbing area along the jetty and the many hiking trails on the ocean side allow access to small, sandy coves and spectacular scenic views.
This charming gallery features regional landscape and seascape paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography, and more. Full of historical and local interest items, Bodega Landmark Studio features an ongoing exhibit of North Coast artists and craft people.
Take a tour of this creamery where you will learn how to make cheese! Tour includes an introduction to cheese-making, and a tasting of all cheeses. All ages welcome (children are free!) . Reserve your tour online.
This contemporary women's clothing store carries designers like Three Dot, Label and Thread, and Trina Turk, and owner Debbie chooses clothing and accessories that showcase the kind of clean, modern fashion she loves to wear herself.
An old-time general store that has been in business since 1911, this spot offers men’s, women’s, and kids western wear, including cowboy boots and hats, workwear, jewelry, toys and gifts, and knick-knacks of all kind. Step inside and enjoy a sense of the
Watch the game and eat some wings at this comfortable sports bar. There’s no reason to stay at home when you can enjoy great food and hospitality with the locals, but if you're in a rush, the take-out is really fast.
The smallest of the local wine tour companies, Burdick Tours is able to offer custom and private tours to hidden gems in Sonoma and Napa Valley. The proprietor is also the owner of Olive and Vine in Glen Ellen, so the experience includes a gourmet lunch.
The tasting room of one of the first wineries in Sonoma is just the beginning of your adventure. You must see the Missions Museum located on the property. Enjoy a picnic on the lawn and learn about a vital piece of California history.
This outfit is about to customize tours through the wineries of Sonoma County, and employs prompt, friendly, and knowledgeable drivers.