Blue Ox Millworks & Historic Park
One X St., Eureka 95501
Self-guided tour of Victorian-era woodworking shop, skid camp and farm; workshops in woodworking, blacksmithing and ceramics.
Clarke Historical Museum
240 E St., Eureka 95501
Permanent and rotating collections of Humboldt County history, including Native American baskets, stoneware and regalia.
501 Third St., Eureka 95501
Hands-on children’s museum with art, science, ocean and health exhibits. Please call for events available for children’s parties.
Shaw & Third Sts., Ferndale 95536
Displays Victorian life with typical living settings, dairy and agricultural equipment, blacksmith area, antique machine shop items, local photos and an operating seismograph.
Fort Humboldt State
Historic Park & Logging Trail
3431 Fort Ave., Eureka 95503
Attractions include original buildings, logging museum, Dolbeer Steam Donkey, locomotives and self-guided trails chronicling the history of Fort Humboldt.
Fortuna Depot Museum
3 Park St., Fortuna 95540
Located in the Northwestern Pacific Railroad depot used from 1893-1965, the museum features local history and railroad memorabilia.
Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum
Across the bridge from Eureka in Samoa
77 Cookhouse Rd., Eureka, next to the Samoa Cookhouse
Nautical items, ship models, ship building tools, artifacts related to shipwrecks and lighthouses including fresnel lens, and information on the bay ferries.
HSU Natural History Museum
1315 G St., Arcata 95521
Museum is open to the public Tues. – Sat., 10 – 5. Interactive exhibits, fossils and displays on local animals, insects, marine life and birds.
Morris Graves Museum of Art
636 F St., Eureka 95501
Former Carnegie Library is home to the Humboldt Arts Council, six galleries and a sculpture garden. Also offered are Monthly Programs including First Saturday Night Arts Alive!, Family Arts Days and Community Jazz Jams.
Samoa Cookhouse Logging Museum
Across the Samoa Bridge off Cookhouse Rd., Samoa
Logging equipment, photographs and memorabilia from the heyday of logging in Humboldt County in the very early 1900s.
400 Janis Ct. at Patrick’s Point Dr.
Photos of the area’s whaling and logging history, native plant garden, marine shells and Yurok artifacts.
Willow Creek-China Flat Museum
Hwys 299 and 96, Willow Creek 95573
Features logging, mining and farming history of the region, Native American information, a blacksmith shop, and a Bigfoot display area.