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Sonoma County has many interesting museums, such as Charles M. Schulz Museum, Luther Burbank Home & Gardens, and Pacific Coast Air Museum. Charles M. Schulz is a Santa Rosa celebrity famous for his "Peanuts" cartoon characters. Check our Sonoma County calendar of events for any current happenings at museums.

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  • 20 Fourth Street,
    Petaluma, CA 94952
    707-778-4398
    The former library now houses Petaluma poultry, dairy, and Miwok Indian history exhibits from the 1850s. The cornerstone for this stately Carnegie Library was laid in 1904. The building, designed... Read More
  • 2301 Hardies Lane,
    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
    707-579-4452
    View the largest collection of original Peanuts art work in the world at the Charles M. Schulz Museum. Visitors can laugh at Schulz’s original comic strips, learn about the art of cartooning and... Read More
  • 327-A Healdsburg Avenue,
    Healdsburg, CA 95448
    707-431-2500
    The Hand Fan Museum brings cultural and artistic history from around the world to Northern California. The museum is a jewel box-small in size but not in purpose. It is the first museum in the... Read More
  • 204 Santa Rosa Avenue,
    Santa Rosa, CA 95404
    707-524-5445
    Luther Burbank Home & Gardens is where world-renowned horticulturist, Luther Burbank, lived and experimented with plants for most of his 50-year career.

    This Registered National, State... Read More
  • 9225 Foxwood Drive,
    Windsor, CA 95492
    707-838-4563
    The Windsor Historical Society’s Museum is located in the historic “Hembree House”, situated across the street from a majestic row of Cypress trees. The Hembree House Museum is open Friday,... Read More
  • 18000 Old Winery Road,
    Sonoma, CA 95476
    Join us for a unique experience where you will be guided through a twenty minute light, sound and visual show, presenting the history of winemaking through its tools and the life of the vivacious... Read More
  • 201 Fair Street,
    Petaluma, CA 94952
    707-778-4787
    The Petaluma Wildlife Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization operated by high school students. The Museum houses over 9000 square feet of taxidermied animal, mineral, and fossil displays as... Read More
  • 19005 Coast Highway One,
    Jenner, CA 95450
    707-847-3437
    Fort Ross, one of the main tourist attractions between Bodega Bay and Fort Bragg, is a California State Historic Park showcasing a historic Russian-era fort compound that has been designated... Read More
  • 314 Warm Springs Road,
    Kenwood, CA 95452
    707-833-5190
    Built in 1887, the Kenwood Depot served proudly as central Sonoma Valley’s primary railroad station from 1888 to 1934 when rail service finally gave way to the automobile. Today, the trains and... Read More
  • 1501 Mendocino Avenue,
    Santa Rosa, CA 95401
    707-527-4479
    In 1975, Bill Smith, an SRJC instructor and Mihilakawna (Dry Creek) Pomo, opened up the storage space and created a Native American Exhibit with the collection of approximately 300 pieces of art.... Read More