Santa Rosa Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Santa Rosa; our list of the best things to see, including Charles M. Schulz Museum, 6th Street Playhouse and Sonoma County Museum.
  • The best place in Santa Rosa: Charles M. Schulz Museum

    Charles M. Schulz Museum

    2301 Hardies Lane
    Schulz Museum, 2301 Hardies Lane, 579-4452, [8]. Celebrating Mr. Schulz's world-famous creation: the Peanuts comic strip.
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  • 6th Street Playhouse

    6th Street Playhouse

    52 West 6th Street
    A state-of-the-art professional theatre facility, home of the Santa Rosa Players and the Actors Theatre, located in downtown's historic Railroad Square District. The 2005/2006 season features eight shows: 4 musicals by the Santa Rosa Players and 4 contemporary plays by the Actors Theatre.
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  • Sonoma County Museum

    Sonoma County Museum

    425 7th Street
    The Sonoma County Museum is in the former U.S. Post Office and federal building, completed in 1910, one of the oldest surviving federal buildings in the state and a premier example of federal architecture from the era. It is located in downtown Santa Rosa one block west of B Street, north of the downtown shopping mall, the Santa Rosa Plaza. It has a collection of works relating to the artist Cristo and has rotating displays on art, culture, and local history, including such displays as the works of Ansel Adams and the history of mapping the California Coast.
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  • Russian River Brewing Company

    Russian River Brewing Company

    Handcrafted Beers in the heart of Wine Country
  • Windsor Golf Club

    Windsor Golf Club

    Come and experience Wine Country Golf at its Best!
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  • La Gare

    La Gare

    208 Wilson Street
    French/Swiss cuisine. Local favorite.
  • Johnny Garlic's California Pasta Grill

    Johnny Garlic's California Pasta Grill

    8988 Brooks Rd S
  • Equus


    101 FountainGrove Parkway
    A popular restaurant for local Sonoma County residents, business professionals, and wine lovers alike.
  • Sonoma County Repertory Theater (the Rep)

    104 N
    The Rep’s storefront theater is an intimate setting for extraordinary storytelling. Featuring a season of eight plays preformed “up close and personal” in a blackbox theater setting. The Rep also produces the Sebastopol Shakespeare Festival in the summer under the stars in Ives Park.
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  • Montgomery Village

    Farmers Lane and Sonoma Avenue
    This outdoor shopping center includes several streets of chain and local stores. It includes a mix of boutique and more pedestrian options, as well as several good restaurants.
  • Santa Rosa Plaza

    1071 Santa Rosa Plaza
    M-F 10AM-9PM, Sa 10AM-8PM, Su 11AM-6PM. Anchored by Macy's, Mervyn's and Sears and featuring over 100 stores.
  • 6th Street Playhouse

    52 West 6th Street , Santa Rosa CA
    This newly renovated live theatre located inside a 100 year old brick warehouse in Historic Railroad Square, is home to the two longest running theatre companies in Sonoma County--Actors Theare and Santa Rosa Players.
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  • Coddingtown

    733 Coddingtown Mall
    M-F 10AM-9PM, Sa 10AM-8PM, Su 11AM-6PM. This over 40 year old mall features Macy's, JC Penny, Gottschalks, Old Navy and over 100 other stores. The 72 foot tall revolving sign in the parking lot was declared a historical landmark in 1993 by the City of Santa Rosa.
  • Up & Away Ballooning

    Windsor CA
    You will experience a professional, yet fun and adventurous ballooning excursion that cannot be matched.
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  • Luther Burbank Home and Gardens

    located in downtown Santa Rosa
    The historic Burbank home property was given to the City of Santa Rosa by Burbank's widow, Elizabeth, upon her death in 1977. The Luther Burbank Home & Gardens Board and City staff cooperatively oversee and maintain the property. The site is open to the public and its programs are staffed by volunteers.
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  • Mary's Pizza Shack

    Mary's Pizza Shack

    9010 Brooks Rd S
    Original Recipes. Original Shack. Founded in 1959 by Mary Fazio, Mary’s Pizza Shack now has 18 locations in Northern California and is famous for its homemade Italian food, fun atmosphere, and reasonable prices.
  • Fourth Street Deli

    300 Mendocino Ave
    Sandwiches and salads. Great place to grab lunch and then go eat it at the park across the street.
  • Shogun

    2350 Midway Drive
    Good sushi.
  • The Warm Puppy

    1667 West Steele Lane
    This small cafe with a cozy alpine atmosphere was once the favorite hangout of Charles M. Schulz. The table he routinely sat at as part of his daily activities is perpetually reserved for his presence.
  • The 440 Club

    The quintessential dive bar
    Jackalope mounted on the wall, local music in the jukebox, and friendly service. Can't beat a Sierra Nevada draught for $2.
  • Lepe's

    4323 Montgomery Dr
    Delicious Mexican cuisine, fast-food style. Amazing, huge burritos. Much better than the above El Patio.
  • Starlight Wine Bar & Restaurant

    6761 Sebastopol Ave
  • Ca’ Bianca Ristorante Italiano

    835 2nd Street
    Excellent Italian food. Restaurant is in a large converted Victorian house in a quiet neighborhood near downtown, and so can be easily missed.
  • GTO's Seafood House

    234 S
    Main St, Phone: +1 707 824-9922, [2]. The restaurant features seafood and steak entrees, a wine list featuring Sonoma County’s best wines (with bottle and by-the-glass pricing), a full liquor bar and delicious desserts. The bread pudding is to die for and their entrees are a mix of New Orleans and Classic Californian Cuisine. Reservations are recommended.
  • El Patio

    901 4th St
    Excellent and inexpensive Mexican food.
  • Seven Ultralounge

    528 7th St
    Seven host a great 80s night on Wednesday, Gay Night on Thursday and Rock and Roll Sunday School on Sundays. The crowd can be rough outside on hip-hop nights.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Santa Rosa uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.