Historic Walking Tours
Historic Walking Tours and Charles M. Schulz Museum
Historic Railroad Square
Downtown exit from Highway 101, west side of town.
Enjoy a stroll through this historic area with its wide variety of specialty shops, antique shops, coffeehouses, and fine restaurants. Overnight lodging is available from an historic Old World-charm hotel to modern properties with spa and swimming pools.
Luther Burbank Home & Gardens
Downtown exit from Highway 101, follow signs, corner of Santa Rosa Avenue and Sonoma Avenue (707) 542-5445
Home of famed horticulturist Luther Burbank, this 1.5 acre garden is open year round and is free to the public. See some of Burbank's best-known plant developments, explore his greenhouse, and tour his home with its original furnishings and memorabilia. (Tours of the Burbank home are from April 1 through October 31 and a small fee is charged.)
Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center
Steele Lane exit from Highway 101, follow signs, 2301 Hardies Lane (707) 579-4452
This 27,000 sq. ft. new state-of-the-art museum was built in 2002 to preserve, display, and interpret the art of Charles Schulz. See original art work, learn more about the art of cartooning, attend programs, classes, and special events. Enjoy all over again why you love Snoopy and the rest of the "Peanuts Gang." Closed Tuesdays.
Redwood Empire Ice Arena (Snoopy's Home Ice)
(707) 546-7147 and the Snoopy's Gift Shop & Gallery
(707) 546-3385 Located beside the Schulz Museum.
Bring your own skates or rent some. Have breakfast or lunch at "The Warm Puppy" Coffee Shop in the Ice Arena. No visit would be complete without taking home some "Peanuts" souvenirs from "Snoopy's Gift Shop" across the driveway.
Also See - Scenic Drives