Some of our Exhibits:
- Coast Pioneers
- Local Pomo Native Americans
- Pioneer Cemetery
- Mendocino Woodlands National Historic Landmark
- Local Wildlife
Take a FREE tour of our Museum and explore the history of the
coast from Albion and Whitesboro to Big River.
Changing landscapes and pioneers--Photographs reveal the life and times of the 1880s.
Pictured: Wilder and Emily Etta Stevens Pullen.
Little River pioneer cemetery--each headstone is a story.
Prior to the pioneer settlements in the 1860s, the Pomo spent their summers on the coast. Numerous middens can still be seen along the coastal headlands. The museum offers a free Pomo trail map and recordings of the spoken Pomo language.
The Mendocino Woodlands National Historic Landmark and State Park was built in 1938 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal. It is the only 1 of 48 New Deal parks with its full historic integrity intact.
From feathers to footprints, visit our hands-on exhibit of local wildlife.
Pictured: raccoon kit