Blue Ox Millworks & Historic Park
One of only a few of its kind in America, here antique tools and mills are used to produce authentic gingerbread trim for Victorian...
Board the 1910 Madaket , America’s oldest continuously operating passenger vessel, and learn the history of Humboldt Bay. Docked at the...
Clarke Historical Museum
The best community historical museum on this stretch of the coast houses a set of typically musty relics – needlework hankies and...
Eureka’s top table, romantic, sophisticated 301 serves a contemporary Californian menu, using produce from its organic gardens (tours...
143 M St · interesting places nearby
Carson Mansion information
Of Eureka’s fine Victorian buildings the most famous is the ornate 1880s home of lumber baron William Carson. It took 100 men a full year to build. Today it’s a private men’s club. The pink house opposite, at 202 M St, is an 1884 Queen Anne Victorian designed by the same architects and built as a wedding gift for Carson’s son.