Historic Attractions and Tour
View Historic Architecture from Every Downtown Street Corner
Many of Ukiah's most remarkable examples of historic architecture can be found while taking a stroll through our central business district. Local historian Judy Pruden put it best when she said, "Ukiah, organized as the county seat in 1859, is without a doubt one of the most diverse towns - architecturally - to be found anywhere in the state."
Put on your walking shoes and head for a tour of downtown Ukiah where you'll discover the varied history of a central business district. Be sure to visit the old fashioned Schat's Courthouse Bakery, the craftsman style Sun-House and the mission-revival Civic Center.
Don't forget to save some time during the 1/2-mile tour to browse through our wonderful boutique stores and specialty shops, or stop for a bite to eat at one of a variety of organic restaurants. It's a wonderful way to spend a few hours or an afternoon.
Step out and enjoy the "Heart and Soul" of Ukiah by experiencing our history, diversity and culture in downtown.
Should you need more information on things to do in Ukiah, please stop by the Main Street Program office.
Ukiah Main Street Program
200 S. School Street
Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: 707 462-6789
Fax: 707 462-2088
Monday - Friday
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
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