Enjoy Santa Rosa’s public art with 59 different pieces in the greater downtown area. Click here for brochure.
Stroll the historic Luther Burbank Home and Gardens free of charge every day from 8:00 am to dusk. Click here for brochure.
Step back in history with the Railroad Square walking tour and see buildings dating back to 1904. Start your tour at the Railroad Depot and close your eyes, imagine the train whistle and puffing of the big steam engines that defined the railroad era. Click here for brochure.
The West End Neighborhood walking tour represents a good cross-section of modest reginal residential architecture from the 1880s through the 1940s and also contains industrial and commercial building such as the notable DeTurk Round Barn. Click here for brochure.
A unique part of Santa Rosa’s history is found in the rural cemetery. Here on weathered gravestones of the Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery is written the passage of more than 160 years of Sonoma County’s development, with some fascinating insights into the lives of some of its residents. Click here for brochure.
The Cherry Street District is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Santa Rosa and contains the highest concentration of 19th century buildings in the city. Click here for brochure.
The St. Rose District grew up around the St. Rose Church and the district includes seven of Santa Rosa’s grandest surviving nineteenth century homes. Click here for brochure.
The SOFA District is a coalition of artists, galleries and businesses working together to increase the visibility, appreciation, and practice of contemporary visual and performing arts in the vicinity of the South “A” Street. Over 30 artist studios are in the SOFA Arts District, the highest concentration of art studios in Sonoma County, California. Click here for more information.