- The list below includes 139 free or cheap things to do in or near Sebastopol, California, including 107 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters, Bars and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- From Joe Rodota Trail at Sonoma County Parks to Luther Burbank's Experiment Farm, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Sebastopol and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bodega Bay, Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park.
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Union Square, under the statue, San Francisco, CA MoreLess Info
Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time machine is a 2.5 hour walking tour into the history of San Francisco with the friendly, knowledgable and whimsically dressed Emperor Norton as the guide. Groupon deals are available.
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4202 Alhambra Ave., Martinez, CA 94553 MoreLess Info
The John Muir National Historic Site is a dedicated to the founder of the environmental movement. There are several group and walking tours available throughout his home as well as the surrounding land so visitors can learn more about the impact Muir made on society.
Telegraph Hills, with its multiple and varied attractions, is a great place to visit. Some of the popular haunts here are the Coit tower, Levi Park, Napier's lane and many more. The roads are well-maintained and are seasonally decorated with flowers and vegetation.
Shattuck Avenue, another Berkeley landmark, is divided into two parts: one near BART being more central to Berkeley and the upper Shattuck Avenue which includes the Gourmet Ghetto. Some of the popular shops here are Saul's Deli, Black Oak Books, Lobelia and many more.
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1630 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 MoreLess Info
18th Amendment Speakeasy Dinner is a unique dining experience taking you back to the early twenties when the restaurant business was driven underground. Dinners are organized underground and hosted every Monday night with many classic dishes on the menu available at decent prices.
Featuring Lagoon Valley Lake, Pena Adobe Park measures 470 acres and provides access to the lake for fishing and non-motorized boating. The park also has a dog park, picnic areas, trails for hiking and biking and a multipurpose field.