boar sculpture at Soda Rock Winery

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Savor Sonoma County’s arts scene your way. Sculpture gardens tucked into hills, intimate performance venues in charming small towns, and high-end galleries join major performing arts centers like the Green Music Center and Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in sharing the arts. With thousands of artists and more than 20 performing arts companies in Sonoma County, you’re sure to find something special where life opens up. Be sure to check out the  Performing Arts and Music & Nightlife sections for more artistic offerings.

September 2020 Update:  During the current COVID-19 pandemic, many Sonoma County activities are still available and ready for you to enjoy.  However, certain indoor activities such as museums and large gatherings such as nightlife and live music as well as performing arts are temporarily restricted or unavailable. See What's Open. Sonoma County Tourism is encouraging everyone to follow public health authorities’ recommendations  and to review the Safe Travels Promise as a way to keep our community and visitors safe.

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Cloverdale Performing Arts Center Photo
209 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425

The Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, a non-profit organization, was originally formed in May 2007 to provide a vehicle for education in, production and development of the performing arts, included…

Cloverdale Sculpture Trail Photo
Downtown Cloverdale, Cloverdale, CA 95425

Take a stroll in downtown Cloverdale, where the streets are always lined with an array of playful and provocative sculptures. What better way to spark your imagination than with this impressive…

The Gould-Shaw House Museum in Cloverdale Photo
215 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425

The Museum is located in a Gothic-Revival Victorian known as The Gould-Shaw House. One of the oldest documented dwellings in Cloverdale, its façade appears today much as it did in the 1870s. The house…