Art, Around Town

Destination Healdsburg

When: Wednesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Continues through Oct. 1 2017

Destination Healdsburg, presents historical artifacts, stories, and photos from Healdsburg’s tourism history before the era of the grape. Of special interest is a scale architectural replica of Healdsburg Avenue during the 1930s. • 1860s: Stagecoach visitors to “Nature’s Scenic Wonders” of the Geysers • 1870s: Railroad vacationers to the Russian River and nearby hot springs • 1880s-1890s: Healdsburg touted as “San Francisco of the North” • 1900s-1910s: Vacation homes, cottages and tents on Fitch Mountain • 1920s-1950s: Automobile travelers along the “Redwood Highway,“ in “Auto Camps” to visit “Russian River Resorts” • 1960s-1970s: Scenic agricultural splendor, cows, sheep and “Prune

Price: Free

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