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Make Sonoma Plaza be on your top five list of things to do in Sonoma. It is lined with beautiful buildings and tourists can also enjoy cocktails wine, food, or a beers on the plaza.
Ducks, egrets, and humans will be your companions when you drop by this serene park right in the middle of Sonoma. Playground for the kids, gorgeous rose garden, water features and the aforementioned ducks will make you want to spend the entire day here.
Year-round motor sports raceway in Sonoma County featuring 47,000 spectator seats. Nascar event venue. Free parking.
Beer and wine bar that features live music and dancing. Featuring Rhythm and Blues, this bar has a huge selection of beer and wines-by-the-glass. All music is fast and upbeat. According to the owners, “We don’t do sad or slow songs”. Whoo-hoo!
Take a train trip with a difference, as you ride on a miniature railroad pulled by lovingly crafted quarter-size steam trains from days past. Be amazed by wonderfully recreated landscapes, thrilled by old-time carousels, or fall in love with its llamas.
Certified under the State of California Farmers Markets, the Sonoma County Agricultural Dept., and Sonoma County Food services, you can rest assured of your health and safety when you purchase your produce from these vendors.
In the center of Sonoma County, right next to Glen Ellen lies a 202-acre park loaded with miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails. A wetland, a meadow, a creek and magnificent oak woodlands are some of the features of this ADA accessible park.
An old-fashioned landmark store, SONOMA’S BEST offers The BEST artisan cheeses, breads, homemade gelato, olive oils & wines, plus fresh salads & sandwiches.
You will feel just like a local when you frequent this local bar with friendly staff and customers. Local micro beer is involved in the full bar. You must try the crab or shrimp Louis. Super fun place!
On a clear day, Bald Mountain’s 2729-foot summit offers guests a view of the Sierra Nevada and the Golden Gate Bridge. Year-round astronomy courses are offered at the Moon Observatory, and the hiking is fabulous all year long. Look for deer and gray foxes
Offering guided horseback tours through Jack London State Park. Triple Creek provides instruction on horse safety, expert commentary, and an incredible adventure through scenic surroundings.
If you enjoy nice people, vendors and food, then you will enjoy this casual Farmer’s Market. Of course, there’s the usual selection of fresh produce, but there is also freshly made cuisine to order. Get some BBQ, corn dogs, or Mexican food. It’s a party!
Visit this boutique gourmet cheese shop in the heart of Sonoma and sample delicious cheeses. Tours not available to the general public.
Take an open cockpit flight in a vintage WW II aircraft at Vintage Aircraft Co. This adventure trip will be a great way to see San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy fantastic views and be intrigued by the aerobatic performances!
Visit our premier home furnishings and cooking store in Sonoma to learn about complementary design services offered by our interior design specialists, create your perfect wedding registry, or participate in our technique and cooking classes.