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Staffed by GREAT state parks volunteers. Nice displays about the village of Mendocino and the logging industry that built it. Great local art. Some videos to watch, too. Too bad the upstairs isn't restored and available to view.
We were looking for public restrooms while walking through town and happened upon the museum. Super helpful staff (eager to share knowledge of the town. Excellent old school diarama. Worth stepping in.
This used to be the lumber mill managers house and is now effectively the local museum. We'll worth going, it contains lld artifacts and exhibits from the early days in Mendocino's history. It is also set in a truly magical setting. If you walk round...More
Though on the small side, this museum offers great historical background on the creation of the town of Mendocino with a model of the town. It also highlights the wood industry from its beginning, explaining how the wood was ferried to the coast and to...More