Petalma is located in Sonoma County in the Gulf Area of California.
In 1848, it was established as an intersection and market in the southern part of Sonoma County and the northern part of Marin County. Agriculture was always the center and center of the town's identity. In the early 1900s, there were many poultry farms nearby and they were called 'the world's egg cage.' The electronics industry, especially Telekom, has started to replace ranches of numerous cattle, chickens and sheep, but many of them still retain the atmosphere of the old cattle town.
There are several ways to get into the city. However, the two most common methods are highways and backstreets.
HWY 101: The main way to get to Petalma is through Route 101, either north or south. HWY 116W joins HWY 101N at the second exit of town. There are four exits of the expressway. Petaluma Blvd So., Lakeville/116, Washington St. and Petaluma Blvd. No, HWY 1: Provides a different way to Petalma. It runs from the coastal road through the Reyes-Petalma Road, becomes the D-Kaido Road and runs directly to the downtown area of Petalma. Old Redwood Highway & Stoney Point Road: Another back road between Santa Rosa and Petalma. It's a popular bike route for sports and commuters, so SHARE THE ROAD!
The fastest way to get in and out of town is by bus. The Golden Gate Transit operates intercounty buses (Sonoma, Marin and San Francisco Counties). Sonoma-gun Kotsu operates only in Sonoma-gun. Amtrak also provides service for the connection bus.
One of the fun ways to get in and out of town is by bicycle. Cycle lovers can enjoy many backroads and alternative routes.
The Sonoma Marine Area Rail Transit (SMART) connects Petalma with a ferry bound for San Francisco, connecting Sonoma County Airport, Santa Rosa, Ronato Park, Novato, San Raphael and Larkspur. An extension to Cloverdale is planned by 2022. However, this train is mainly for commuters, so the schedule for the middle days and weekends is very limited.
Traveling from one end of town to the other makes it easier to drive around. Many street parking lots are not available on the street, and on weekends, they are not available. If you find a parking lot, you must abide by the time limit posted. The ticket comes out. The downtown area has a parking lot, which has enough parking lots. Many places are accessible on foot from downtown, but unless you have an adventure, you will drive from downtown to the outlet shopping area. The Petalma Transit provides traffic between cities during limited periods for those who dislike walking and driving. Cycling is one of the most fun options in the city.
Pettalma has a beautiful, historical street in a film about the life of the mid-20th century.
- 1 Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park, 3325 Adobe Rd, +1 707-762-4871. Every day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Petalma Adobe State Historical Park was the main residence of General Mariano Guadalpe Vallejo, one of the most influential figures in Mexico, California, in the agricultural empire of Rancho Petalma from 1834 to 1846. $3 for adults, $6 to $16 for children, $2. Children under five are free.
- Petaluma Trolley Museum (110 Baylis Street) +1 707 778-7878 ( [email protected] ) Petaluma Trolley Museum (110 Baylis Street) Open twice every month on Saturdays. Check the date and phone on the website, or email for hours. It focuses on the history of Santa Rosa Electric Railway in Petalma and Electric Trolley. This museum houses many crafts and exhibits.
- The Petalma Arts Center (230 Rakeville Street), +1 707 762-5600. W-Sa 10:30AM-4:30PM, Su 1-4:30PM. 4,500 square feet in the historic railway garage freight building next to the Petalma Visitors Center. a admission fee of five dollars 4 USD Senior/Student/Teacher/Military
- The Petalma Historical Museum No. 2, No. 4, 20, +1 707-778-4398. Th-Su 10AM-4PM. The Neoclassical Library has local exhibits related to the 1850s (History of India in Petalma, Dairy, and Miwok) as well as cultural events, guided tours and gift shops. Freedom.
- 3 Petalma Wildlife History Museum 201, 707 778-4787 (1) Saturday and 3 January, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. It is the largest student-run museum in the United States and its mission is to "inspire the next generation through practical environmental education and protection." $5;Children under 5 are free.
- The David Yersley River Heritage Center service is from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You can watch boats, watch them, and thanks to friends from the Petalma River, you can participate in the free "Boat in the Barn" program, so you can watch boats, canoons, kayaks, and sails after a simple safety demonstration.
- Check the display information on the Sonoma Equpark 7600 Lakeville Hwy, 831 625-3333 ☏+1 835-3333 Web site. The world's best horse show facility on the bank of the Petalma River. The 75-acre facility has 17-anna, and is the perfect showcase for equestrian sports. The event hosts seven jumping events every year, attracting the top athletes from all over North America.
- 1 Shollemberger Park, 1400 Cadeln. the sunrise and the sunset. The park walks 2.2 miles along a flat sidewalk with a pond adjacent to the Petalma River, and you can see a variety of water birds (mostly mobile). a barber commodity
- Helen Patnam Regional Park 411 Chileno Valley Road +1 707 539-8092. It is a 216-acre neighborhood park in the southwest of Petalma. Quietly, looking at the nice scenery. Many trails. This front bend is ideal for hikers to start to seek a little challenge because they can make different walks with different lengths and difficulties. Climbing roads are also opened for bicycles and riders.
- Lan Mart Building, 35 Petaluma Blvd N. An attractive historical building and a good combination of antique shops and boutique businesses.
- Petalma Creamery Store 711 Western Ave, +1 707 762-9038 Mon-Fri 7 am-6 pm; Sat - 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. You can buy copies of coffee or wonderful ice cream, but the real appeal is the various cheeses and butter sold locally.
- Petalma Seed Bank 110 petalma BLVD. North, +1 707 773-1336 ✉ [email protected]. March 16 - October 30: F Su M 9AM~5PM, Tu-Th 9AM~6PM, and Sa are closed. November 1 - March 15: Su M 9AM~5PM, Tu-Th 9AM~6PM, F 9AM~4PM, and closed. It is a place to buy more than 1,000 seeds and garden supplies.
- The Petalma Village Premium opened (Expressway No. 101). The top outlet in coach, banana republic, and fifth Saxe Fifth Avenue delivers a great cost savings.
- Vintage Bank Antiques, 101 Petaluma Blvd N, ☏ +1 707-769-3097. M-F 10:30AM~5:00PM; Circus 10:30AM~5:30PM. The cornerstone of the quaint town of Petalma, 30 dealers are introducing over 2,000 high-class paintings, elegant furniture and curios from over 60 boxes.
In the downtown areas of Petalma, there are a number of cheap, delicious restaurants. Thai fans will want to try five Thai restaurants within a mile. There are many small and expensive bistros.
Vegetarians are fine here. Likewise, Began and Gluten people are not really troubled. Petalma simply had a very good restaurant, and it was once called the "capital of a California restaurant."
- The "community living room", which provides Akscafe sandwiches, soup, breakfast and live music, means "a large group of people involved in active conversation, sharing, and building relationships."
- Chunky's Taqueria & Grill, 701 Sonoma Mountain Pkwy, +1 (707) 775-3325. Every day from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Go to Spot, a cheap and fast Mexican dish.
- Della Fattoria Downtown Café, 143 Petaluma Blvd N, +1 707 763-0161, [email protected] Petaluma Blvd N, 143 0161, 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. every day Thu - Sat 5:30 to 9:00. Reservations are taken for dinner only. The weekend branch is from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. From the bakery next to #141, which is open from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day, various things come out.
- Mi Pueblo. Try Mexican seafood for a delicious, affordable meal. Kamalon Fajita, fish tacos and Tamales are great. Seven counties, Sonoma and Marin, two of which are Petalma.
- Mi Pueblo El Centro, 108 Kentucky St, ☏ +1 (707) 769-9066. Every day, 11AM~9PM.
- Mi Pueblo Petaluma 800 Petaluma Blvd N, +1 (707) 762-8192.M-F 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Sa Sa Am 10:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- Old Chicago Pizza, Petalma Boulevard North, 41. M-Th 11:30AM-10:30PM, F Sa 11:30AM-11:30PM. Let's take a look at the thickest pizza.
- Petaluma Pie Company, 125 Petaluma Blvd N, ☏ 707 766-6743. A bakery cafe sells sweet and delicious pies, salads, coffee, and tea. Take out or bite-in (outdoor seats).
- Real Doner, 307 F St, ☏ +1 (707) 765-9555. Monday 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., on Tuesday. It's surprisingly good Turkish rates. A cool, sleek outdoor studio. Donor, Dorma and Mayes (appetizer) are highly valued.
- Tea Room Cafe, 316 Western Ave, ☏+1 (707) 765-0199. M-F 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Sa Suu 8AM~2PM. On a light seasonal menu, there are many items with a good branch, including many salads and sandwiches. Outdoor seats are limited.
- 1 Volpi's Restores & Bar, 124 E Washington St, +1 (707) 765-0695. W-F 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., W Th Su 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.; F-Sa 4:30~9:30PM. An Italian restaurant with a full seven-course home cooking and the best eggplant Parmesan is a generation old.
- FRU-ta, 279 N Mcdowell Blvd, Suite A, ☏ 707 773-1233. Every day from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Ice cream, sorbet, pareta (fruit bar and ice cream bar), decimal number, smoothie, milk shake, aquafesca, specialty products
- Lala's Creamery, 134 Petaluma Blvd N, ☏ +1 707 774-6567. Sun - Thursday noon to 9:30 pm; Friday - Saturday noon to 10:00 p.m. Organic and local ingredients for more than 20 types of ice cream and sorbet. includes the vegan option.
- Tysh Slush Petalum, 122 American Arrey, Suite B, ☏ +1 707 763-9253. Sun-Thu 11AM-10PM: Fri-Sat 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. In the third place of the Heilsburg-based dessert phenomenon, you get a complete (east coast style) slash (Italian ice), soft ice cream, and half ice cream.
- Street Social, 29F Petaluma Boulevard North, +1 707 774-6185. With just six tables in a 300 square foot cafeteria, the restaurant experience is very close. Don't feel like you've found a secret food shelter. The food is delicious.
- Ragnitas Bring 1280 N McDowell Blvd +1 707 778-8776W-F 11:30AM-9PM, Sa Su 11:30AM-8PM. A tuple offering snacks, retail shops, and regular live, and of course, beer that is not sold elsewhere are snacks for top American companies.
- Blue Stars Beer Garden + Restaurant, 229 Waterstreet☏ North, +1 707 981-8330. Tu-Th 11:30AM-9PM, F 11:30AM-midnight, Sa 11AM-midnight, Su 11AM-9PM, M. Layd-back, open-air beer garden, modern BBQ, regional beer, fire, fire, live music bocche court and kids area are more enjoyable and have plenty of space to be friendly to pets.
- Dempsey's Restran & Berewle, 50 E Washington St, +1 707 241-4077. It is a rear pub that offers a view of the river, homemade beer, and a large fare for bars.
- Hideaway 128 Kentucky St (4th Avenue), ☏+1 707 763-3290.
- You can enjoy McNias, Petalma Bullbudan American-style delicious food and drink in a fun atmosphere.
- Mystic theater, 23 Petaluma Blvd N, ☏ +1 707 775-6048. Next to McNears, the vaudeville theater that was renovated in 1911, there is an esthetic clinic where you can enjoy live music from musical groups all over the world, with its bar and adjacent beauty parades.
- Willow Brook Air House 3600 Petalma Boulevard N,☏+1 707-775-4232. Pool (billiards), drinks, karaoke (Friday, Saturday night).
- Best Western Petalmine, 200 S McDowell Blvd, ☏ +1 707 763-0994, Toll-Free:+1-800-297-3846, Fax:+1 707 7 778-311111.
- Motel 6, 1368 North McDowell Blvd , +1 707 765-0333, fax number: +1 707 765-4577.
- Quality Inverma 5100 Monteroway, Toll-Free:+1-866-407-4959.
- 1 Sheraton Sonoma Wine Country Petalma ☏ Baywood Dr1-707-283-2888.
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