Join our expert docents for a stroll through historic Mendocino and lively commentary. You’ll pass by early pioneer homes, historic meeting places and buildings that make up the National Historic District. Mendocino is the only town on the California Coast designated as a Historic Preservation District. The settlement was established in the 1850s, with architecture reminiscent of a New England village. Many of the early residents came here from Maine and built grand Victorian mansions and quaint Saltbox cottages. There is no better way to discover the charm and history of Mendocino than to take one of our delightfully informative walking tours. Whether you are a first-time visitor or a lifelong resident, you’ll learn surprising details (and even some secrets!) about the people, historic architecture and community spirit of this quaint town.