- The list below includes 94 free or cheap things to do in or near Healdsburg, California, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Lake, Specialty Shops, Kayaking and Parks.
- From Lake Sonoma to River's Edge Kayak & Canoe Tours, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Healdsburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bodega Bay, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park and Guerneville.
Located within a small art studio, John Rizzi Glassworks is a gallery featuring works from local artist John Rizzi. Rizzi specializes in producing a variety of hot-glass arts, including sculptures, beads, jewelry, and numerous others.
When open during the Halloween season, Dr. Evil's House of Horrors frightens visitors with numerous props, lights, effects and live actors that fill the haunted house. The attraction is not meant for children under 12.
Located in the downtown area, Russian River Art Gallery displays artwork like paintings, sculptures, and photography from regional artists. In addition to artwork, the gallery features hand crafted jewelry from local craftsmen.
Hallberg Butterfly Gardens is 9 acres of flowers, plants, vines and thickets, pathways and meadows and is home to many species of butterflies and birds. They are open from April through October and offer 60-minute guided tours.
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Dedicated to the memory, legacy, and creations of Charles M. Schulz, the creator of the long-running Peanuts comic strip, the Charles M. Schulz Museum has a large collection of related memorabilia. The museum features comic strips, sculptures, and other curiosities.
Dedicated to the legendary cartoonist and 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schultz, the Charles M. Schultz Museum is a must-see for fans of Charlie Brown, Snoopy and friends. The museum includes Schultz' personal artistic equipment, plenty of memorabilia and artistic analyses of Schultz' signature drawing style.
One of the favorite places of Snoopy creator Charles Schulz was the Redwood Empire Ice Arena, and it has become known as Snoopy's Home Ice. Visitors can skate, participate in hockey games, or simply enjoy parties.