Clarke Historical Museum
The best community historical museum on this stretch of the coast houses a set of typically musty relics – needlework hankies and...
Romano Gabriel Wooden Sculpture Garden
The coolest thing to gawk at downtown is this collection of whimsical outsider art that’s enclosed by aging glass. For 30 years, wooden...
Hum-Boats Sail, Canoe & Kayak Center
At Woodley Island Marina, this outfit rents kayaks and sailboats, offering lessons, tours, charters, sunset sails and full-moon paddles.
Lost Coast Brewery
The roster of the regular brews at Eureka’s colorful brewery might not knock the socks off a serious beer snob (and can’t hold a candle...
For grab-and-go sandwiches, fresh soups and wraps.
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.