The International Sea Glass Museum


World's largest sea glass exhibit

Capt. Cass’ sea glass collection, numbering about 150,000 pieces and still growing, is probably the world’s most extensive collection and the sea glass museum displays his finest pieces, including rare stoppers, handle pieces, rounds and marbles.

International Sea Glass Museum

303 North Main Street
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-357-1585

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Triangle Tattoo and Museum


Celebrate the art of tattoo.

The Triangle Tattoo and Museum was founded in 1986 by tattooists Mr. G. and Madame Chinchilla.  It is one of only a few public museums in the world dedicated to the display of tattoo artifacts. Whether you’re looking for new ink or you’re just fascinated by the rich and colorful history of tattoo culture, Triangle is a must-visit. Of particular delight are the “women’s wall” exhibit and the Japanese antique tattoo handtools. There’s nothing quite like it.

Triangle Tattoo and Museum

356 B North Main Street
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-964-8814

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The Guest House Museum


Preserving and interpreting the history of Fort Bragg and the Mendocino Coast.

The historical society’s headquarters is located in the Guest house Museum. The Guest House was built primarily of coast redwood in 1892 by the Fort Bragg Redwood Company as a private residence for the Johnson Family owners of the company. The house was also used for visiting senior officials from the San Francisco headquarters and VIP guest visitors to the Fort Bragg mill and logging sites.

The Guest House Museum

P.O. Box 71
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-964-4251

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Coastal Trail Artist Benches


Unique Collection of Local Art

A unique collection of benches created by local artists are peppered along the Fort Bragg Coastal Trail.

Coastal Trail Artist Benches

Coastal Trail
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437


Pacific Textile Arts


Celebrate the fiber arts.

A nonprofit educational organization that supports, celebrates and shares the fiber arts with the surrounding community. There is a small campus that houses monthly exhibits, classes, sales of yarn and books, and a textile library.

Pacific Textile Arts

450 Alger Street
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-409-6811

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Little Cup Ceramics


Classes in ceramics and letterpress and collectible shop

At Little Cup you can work with clay and/or print some cards on an antique Pearl Golding letterpress, using type and decorative ornaments. Browse through art and vintage goods, or set aside some time for a session to make some art with your partner or family to make your visit to the Mendocino coast truly memorable. 

Little Cup Ceramics

223 E. Redwood Street
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-962-3102

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Larry Spring Museum of Common Sense Physics


Celebrate a Spirit of Amateur Inquiry

The Larry Spring Museum of Common Sense Physics is a DIY museum created by the late self-taught experimenter, artist, and outsider curator, Larry Spring.

Today, the Museum celebrates Larry Spring’s DIY Spirit of Amateur Inquiry as a means to open up his collection to new creative possibilities. The Museum achieves this by sharing his wondrous cabinet of curiosities, co-producing community programming, and hosting artist residencies.

 

Larry Spring Museum of

Common Sense Physics

225 East Redwood
Fort Bragg, CA 95437

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Symphony of the Redwoods


Acclaimed local symphony orchestra

Under the inspired musical leadership of Conductor Allan Pollack, Symphony of the Redwoods has evolved from a small community orchestra into the outstanding orchestra it is today, attracting fabulous musicians and world-class soloists. Pollack’s commitment to excellence has energized musicians and audiences alike, and for over thirty years he has played a significant role in developing and sustaining musical life on the North Coast.

Symphony of the Redwoods

340 N. Main Street
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-964-0898

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Lost Coast Found


Vintage shop

A wonderful selection of vintage housewares, art, furniture, pottery, books and locally made goods.

image credit: Brook Craddock

Lost Coast Found

225 E. Redwood Avenue
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-364-9828

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Art Explorers


Community art studio

A nonprofit creative arts program that primarily serves adults with developmental disabilities. Their mission is to provide a fun, nurturing environment for creativity to thrive. It’s a community art studio with teachers and students, collaboarting and creating together.

Art Explorers

333 N. Franklin Street
Fort Bragg, CA, 95437

707-961-6156

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