In 1976, Christo's large-scale artwork "Running Fence" was installed over 24.5 miles of Sonoma and Marin farmland. The artist made as much of an impression on the local community as his artwork did.
Experience the days of free living and free love in Sonoma County.
Get ready for Yappy Hour! These Sonoma County wineries welcome pooches and their wine-loving parents.
Planes, trains and automobiles are just the start. There are also hot air balloons, vintage cable cars, a 14-person party bike, and more.
Trying to cut down on spending? That doesn't have to mean you can't go wine tasting.
Medieval fortresses and parterre gardens, swimming pools and outdoor art galleries, riding horses and trolleys — there’s plenty of reason to venture outside the tasting room in Wine Country.
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This Sonoma County town is the top 12 small town to visit in the country, according to a recent ranking from U.S. News & World Report.
The peak months for whale watching are January through May. Bring binoculars for a spectacular sighting.
The Bagel Mill storefront in Petaluma doubles as a weekend tasting room for DRNK Wines.