Anderson Valley Historical Society
Built in 1891, the Con Creek Schoolhouse is now home to many wonderful exhibits of those early Anderson Valley years. Stroll through the grounds to the Tuttle Building and visit the Boontling Room (the whimsical local language once spoken widely throughout the valley), The Farrer Store (the early valley general store), an early settler home vignette, and several other rooms deploying lumber, agriculture, blacksmith and other artifacts.
Our Museum is centrally located on Hwy 128, a half-mile northwest of Boonville. Whether you simply stop for a picnic in our redwood grove or stay to enjoy the museum for the afternoon, we hope to see you soon for a bahl*! *bahl, n. Boontling expression: A good time
Open Sat & Sun, 1-4 pm
Closed December & January
12340 Hwy 128