The House of Happy Walls Museum re-opens at Jack London State Historic Park this fall with a ribbon cutting led by Lynne Deegan McGraw and District Supervisor Susan Gorin, at 10 am on Saturday, November 10. Located in the heart of Sonoma Valley, guests can dive into the adventurous lives of Jack and Charmian London before exploring everything else the historic landmark and outdoor destination has to offer. Celebrate with us in the ancient redwoods the weekend of November 10th.
Guests of all ages can enjoy live music, adventure hikes, specialty tours of the ranch, storytelling, arts and crafts, horseback rides through London’s favorite trails with Triple Creek Horse Outfit, lawn games, wine tasting and food and drink from local purveyors and more. Visit jacklondonpark.com for more details.
$10 per car, museum entrance is free with admission to the Park
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