There are several creatures to see at Safari West, which spans 400 acres, including giraffes, antelopes, and a rhinoceros.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
Dedicated to Charles M. "Sparky" Schulz's life and work. The museum's collection consists of thousands of items, including pictures, letters, and memorial artwork.
Spring Lake Regional Park
East of the city centre, near to Trione- Annadel State Park, lies this regional park. Swimming and boating are two well-liked pastimes in Spring Lake.
Luther Burbank Home & Gardens
Luther Burbank's former residence is now a national historic site. Over 800 different plant species, including fruits, nuts, and vegetables, are credited to Burbank.
Railroad Square Historic District
On the western edge of Santa Rosa's central business center lies the "Old Town" neighborhood, which offers quaint downtown shops, restaurants, and lodging.
The Redwood Empire Ice Arena
Designed by Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz, the Redwood Empire Ice Arena is an ice skating rink in Santa Rosa that first opened its doors in 1969.
Pacific Coast Air Museum
Within an old hangar, the Museum exhibits real aircraft, Fighter jets, surveillance aircraft, and military helicopters.
The Sonoma Coast is well known for its magnificent beach views and majestic coastal vistas. The renowned beach setting is mostly preserved by Sonoma Coast State Park.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
A renowned art and event venue in the North Bay is the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. It offers adult education courses and a gallery of modern artwork.
Jack London State Historic Park
Jack London's home and ranch, a literary legend known for his dramatic escapades, exotic travels, and adventures as well as his creative talents.