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Boardwalk

Marina & Boardwalk
Locals and visitors alike enjoy strolls along the historic waterfront, eyeing boats, birds, seals, and more. Located just blocks from our Inn.

Old Town Eureka

Old Town Eureka
Nowhere is Eureka's Victorian heritage more evident than in Old Town, a meticulously preserved and restored district of unique shops, restaurants, galleries and museums. The Old Town/Downtown district includes theaters, pubs, antique shops, local coffee houses and the new Arkley Center for the Performing Arts.

Carson Mansion

Carson Mansion
One of the most written about, and photographed Victorian houses in California, and perhaps in the United States, the William Carson Mansion epitomizes the range of possibilities for eclectic design expression that created a peculiarly American style of architecture.

Clarke Memorial Museum

Clarke Memorial Museum
Located in the heart of Old Town Eureka, at the corner of Third and E Streets, the Clarke Historical Museum is one of the gems of the North Coast. The exhibits in the 1912 bank building show the history of Humboldt County, with emphasis on the late 1800's. The displays include furniture, glassware, clothing, and other items from the Victorian period. Also the "Native Wing" a world recognized collection of local Native American baskets, ceremonial regalia, lithic tools and arrowheads, an authentic dugout canoe, miniature plankhouse, and much more.

Humboldt Bay Harbor Cruise

Humboldt Bay Harbor Cruise
Step Aboard, learn the history of Humboldt Bay and Eureka's waterfront during a 75-minute cruise traveling along the shores of the bay. The captain explains local history, industries, activities, points of interests, and wildlife.

Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum

Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum
The Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum invites you to explore the vast maritime history of California's north coast. From shipwrecks to shipbuilding, the museum holds what was left behind to share with the future. We invite you to learn about the seafaring heritage that our area is so vastly steeped in. From the first ship to enter our bay to the interesting lives of lighthouse keepers. Come learn and experience the history!

Sequoia Park Zoo

Sequoia Park & Zoo
The Sequoia Park Zoo is the only accredited zoological facility between San Francisco and southern Oregon. Established in 1907, it is truly a jewel in the heart of Eureka. Set against the backdrop of Sequoia Park and its magnificent redwood forest, the zoo is home to a wide variety of animals.

Fort Humboldt State Historic Park

Fort Humboldt State Historic Park
Fort Humboldt is situated on a bluff overlooking Humboldt Bay. This remote military post was established in 1853 to assist in conflict resolution between Native Americans and gold-seekers and settlers who had begun flooding into the area after the discovery of gold in the northern mines. The park also includes a Logging Museum and open air displays of historic 19th-mid 20th century logging equipment including the Dolbeer Steam Donkey, "Lucy," the Bear Harbor Lumber Company's Gypsy Locomotive #1, and the Elk River Mill and Lumber Company's #1 "Falk" locomotive.

Hum Boats

Hum Boats
During spring and early summer Grey whales make their journey north with newborn calves in tow. They pass so close to the Trinidad headlands that you can see them right from the beach. With a protected beach to launch from and the skill and competence of Humboats' well-trained guides, we'll make it an ocean adventure you'll never forget.

Pride Enterprises Tours

Pride Enterprises Tours
Professional historian and author, Ray Hillman. An experienced tour guide and local authority, Ray provides guided tour services to individuals, families and groups, and specializes in step-on guide services for the motorcoach industry.

Giant Redwoods

Giant Redwoods - Redwood National and State Parks
Home to many of the world's tallest trees - old growth coast redwoods. Nearly half of the remaining old growth redwoods are in this park system, including giants five stories taller than the Statue of Liberty. They can live to be 2000 years old and grow to over 360 feet tall. The parks' mosaic of habitats include prairie/oak woodlands, mighty rivers and streams, and 37 miles of pristine Pacific coastline.

Fern Canyon

Fern Canyon - Wild Elk Reserve and Redwoods
Imagine walking through a narrow canyon where the walls are completely covered by luxuriant ferns and mosses and are dripping with moisture. That describes Fern Canyon, an unforgettable natural wonder that Steven Spielberg chose as a location for Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World.

Blue Ox Millworks Historic Park

Blue Ox Millworks Historic Park
Come see the world's largest functioning collection of human powered equipment from Barnes Manufacturing, one of the most efficient manufactureres of human powered tools in the 1800s and so much more.

 
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