Anderson Valley Historical Society Museum

Along Highway 101

Situated in a tastefully renovated red schoolhouse west of Boonville, this museum displays historical artifacts, including an interesting display centered on the Pomos (an indigenous Native American tribe who once populated this region and were famed for their beautiful woven baskets). You can examine the works here, ranging from 4ft-to-5ft storage baskets to tiny intricate examples barely the size of a finger tip.

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Nearby Along Highway 101 attractions

1. Pennyroyal Farm


You'll get the highlights reel of Anderson Valley at this sustainable farm, creamery and vineyard where you can pair small batch cheeses with Alsatian…

2. Toulouse Vineyards

4.56 MILES

Sample standout (and organic!) Pinot Gris, Valdiguié and Pinot Noir from a stunning hilltop tasting room tucked into the forest.

3. Philo Apple Farm

6.49 MILES

For the best fruit, skip the obvious roadside stands and head to this gorgeous farm for preserves, chutneys and organic heirloom apples and pears. For…

4. Navarro Vineyards

6.85 MILES

One of the most visitor-friendly options around with award-winning Pinot Noir and dry Gewürztraminer; has twice-daily free tours (10:30am and 2pm;…

5. Greenwood Ridge Vineyards

7.05 MILES

The best reason to come here is to view the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired tasting room, which was built from a single fallen redwood trunk. The Pinot Noir…

6. Husch Vineyards

8.35 MILES

The oldest vineyard in the valley serves exquisite tastings inside a rose-covered cottage.

7. Nelson Family Vineyards

12.01 MILES

Just south of Ukiah, this winery, vineyard and pear, olive and Christmas-tree farm with wondrous views over the valley is a great place to picnic (in a…

8. Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House

12.68 MILES

One block east of State St, the collection’s mainstays are paintings by Grace Hudson (1865–1937). Her sensitive depictions of Pomo people and other…