Non-profit art program for developmentally disabled adults with retail gallery space selling paintings, cards, floorcloths, clocks, placemats and jewelry with original artwork. Open Tuesday,Thursday and/or Friday 9-3, Sat 12-3.
Address: PO Box 2710/305 E. Redwood Ave., Fort Bragg, CA 95437
The Burnett Gallery and Jacob Foyer have Second Saturday monthly openings with a variety of exhibits in different media. Our openings are 5 to 7pm, with finger food and an opportunity to talk to the artist. Our exhibits range from local to internationally known artist. Our largest exhibit with over 400 pieces is Art in the Redwoods, which is always the third weekend in August.Check the website for more information about what is showing today.
Explore creative opportunities in clay with inspired personal instruction. Weekly private lessons and small classes for up to five people. Express yourself. Be encouraged. Have Fun! "I've always wanted to do this...I can't wait to go next week" S.G.
The Mendocino Art Center offers many educational classes, residencies, exhibitions and much more. The Mendocino Art Center is a non-profit education and cultural institution available to the public and members offering workshops, exhibitions, concerts, fairs, lectures, performances and special events.
Address: P.O. Box 765/45200 Little Lake St., Mendocino, CA 95460
An exciting and fun new art gallery in the water tower. Suzi sells spectacular, sensitive seascapes and landscapes & more. I'm a 3 time breast cancer survivor and will host a show for survivor's art in the fall. Also I'll host a show for the Plein Air Painter of Mendocino (PAPM)
Address: 9 Albion St./PO Box 424 Mendocino, Ca. 95460
This "1898 Farmhouse" offers 14 rooms full of unique and special items for your home and garden; including vintage quilts, linens, lace antiques, collectibles, gift items, garden accessories and art/ Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday 12-5 and by appointment
The Ford House, run by the Mendocino Area Parks Association, was built in 1854 for Jerome Bursley Ford and his new wife. Learn about the history of the Ford family and about the history of the village of Mendocino at the Ford House. A museum as well as a Visitor Center, a stop at the Ford House is essential to any visit to Mendocino. In 1986, the Ford House operations were handed over to the Mendocino Area Parks Association, which has docent and volunteer programs that enable the Ford House to be open on a regular basis. The Ford House is more than a historic home and Visitor Center, it is an interpretive center for the beautiful and unique natural environment of the area and its district parks, and an educational center that informs residents and vistors of the history of Mendocino and the surrounding areas. Its gallery exhibits works of local artists--works that are appropriate to the seasons and that have an environmental theme.
Address: PO Box 1387/ On the ocean side of Main St. in the Village of Mendocino.
The Guest House Museum was built in 1892. The building is open to visitors from 11-2 most days of the week, call for days. The museum highlights the history of Fort Bragg and the surrounding areas with a focus on the timber, fishing and motion picture industries on the Mendocino Coast. The museum houses photographs of the Fort that Fort Bragg was named after and many other facinating artifacts, and also houses the Fort Bragg-Mendocino Coast Historical Society.
Thanksgiving Coffee Company is the Mendocino Coast's local, family-owned artisan roaster since 1972. We offer Fair Trade and Organic coffees from farmer cooperatives around the world, striving to leave a light ecological footprint. Weekday tours of our roasting facility feature a behind the scenes look at the art of roasting and informative coffee tasting, a preview of in-house sustainability practices, plus an espresso drink in a keepsake mug. "Not Just a Cup, but a Just Cup."
Address: PO Box 1918, 19100 S Harbor Drive, Fort Bragg, CA 95437
Toll Free Phone: 800.648.6491
Rates: Tours $25/person. Discounts for locals. Please make reservations in advance
A working tattoo studio with a facinating museum that is concerned with the history of tattooing from all over the world. Open seven days a week from noon to six, guided tours upon request. Some subjects the museum covers are: American Patriotic Tattoos, South Seas, Maori, Japanese as well as Native American Tattooing, Prison Tattoos, Tattoos Without Consent, Historical Tools and Designs, Circus Side Shows and much more. Madame Chinchilla also has books available. The Triangle Tattoo Museum and Studio have been featured on the Discovery Channel, in magazines and newspapers worldwide, as well as noted in a New York Magazine article as one of the 25 most interesting museums in the United States.
Address: 356-B N. Main St., Fort Bragg, CA 95437
Toll Free Phone: N/A
Stay 2 nights and get 3rd night Free.
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Fishing Charter package with 2 nights stay and fishing charter for 2 people.