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Things to do in Healdsburg

Wineries are, unquestionably, the first thing on visitors’ lists of what to do in Healdsburg. A winery tour lets visitors see the incredibly beautiful natural landscape, while enjoying samples of the winery’s wines and learning about how the grapes are grown, and the vino is made. You can join a tour to visit a few of the wineries or rent a car and get the double enjoyment of driving along Northern California’s beautiful roads.

Because of the city’s abundance of wineries, you probably have not even wondered what else to do in Healdsburg on your visit, but there are plenty of other things to round out your trip. Outdoor activities, such as kayaking, canoeing, hiking, fishing, and golfing are also fun things to do in Healdsburg. Unique options include skydiving or a hot air balloon ride to see the wineries from a totally different perspective. Many guests also include trips to the city’s boutiques among their favorite things to do in Healdsburg during their vacation.

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  • Arboretum

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  • Baksheesh

    Baksheesh focuses on fair-trade, handcrafted gifts from the developing world, including carved beechwood bowls from Haiti and djembe drums from Bur... More
  • Bear Republic Brewing

    This landmark brewpub from the Norgrove family dates to 1995 and produced all the craft beer for Bear Republic until 2006, at which point they incr... More
  • Downtown Bakery, Healdsburg

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  • Gary Farrell Vineyards & Winery

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    Specializing in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and sparkling wines, J Vineyards and Winery sources its grapes from 274 vineyard acres across t... More
  • Jimtown Store

    A yellow building with a green trim, located among the vineyards of Alexander Valley, Jimtown Store sells fresh, made-to-order soups, salads, entre... More
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  • M Clothing

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