- TripBuzz found 214 things to do with kids in or near Sonoma, California, including 201 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Vallejo, Benicia, Novato and Santa Rosa.
- From Sonoma Coast State Beach to Nicholson Ranch, the Sonoma area offers 128 different types of family activities, including: Historic Buildings, Landmarks, Race Tracks and Bike Tours.
- California's famous wine county is the star of Sonoma. Some of the world's best wine is created at the city's local wineries. Beautiful hillside vineyards, world-class lodging and exceptional dining make the city a popular tourist attraction in the states northern region. Visitors can also learn about the areas Mexican heritage by visiting the local Mission and museums.
A short drive from San Francisco, the Military Antiques & Museum contains many treasures. The museum offers free admission with exhibits that include uniforms, old grenades and other weapons. There is also an antique shop where memorabilia can be purchased.
Formerly the town library, Petaluma Historical Museum now features concerts, lectures, tastings, revolving exhibits and a collection of local historical items. The free museum also has a gift shop and offers walking tours.
At The Phoenix Theatre, guests can see a variety of musical acts on both major and independent labels. Their stairway and bathrooms are covered with graffiti art. Visitors can watch bands from the main floor or go upstairs.
The Cinnabar Theatre offers concerts and other theatrical performances from professionals, its local company, and youth performers. The location also provides summer camps, young rep auditions, and young rep classes for those who wish to get involved.
Once home to the native Miwok people, Olompali State Historic Park has a rich history ranging from 6,000 B.C. to the missionary era to today. The park has historic buildings, gardens and artifacts as well as an abundance of wildlife.
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411 Chileno Valley road, Petaluma, CA 94952 MoreLess Info
Helen Putnam Regional Park is a 216 acre park featuring 5.87 miles of hiking trails. The trails offer views of the surrounding countryside and are accessible by hikers, equestrians, and bikers. The park also offers a playground and picnic area.
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1500 Valley House Drive, Rohnert Park, CA 94928 MoreLess Info
Blind Scream Haunted House offers a heart thumping, blood pumping walk through long, dark, fearsome mazes. After the haunt, patrons can visit the concessions with creature feature movie and jewelry vendors with monster type pendants and earrings.
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6500 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599 MoreLess Info
Napa Valley Bike Tours & Rentals offers guests a chance to visit a variety of wineries on a guided tour. They provide several tours for different budgets as well as vacation packages, and bikes can be rented by themselves.
Located on 522 scenic acres, Rush Creek is a nature preserve filled with a variety of unique plants and animals. Visitors to the preserve commonly enjoy bird watching, hiking, or horseback riding through the preserve's nature trails.