Fort Bragg was a hub for redwood logging on the California coast. The Guest House museum was home to one of the families that developed the log mill in Fort Bragg. Redwoods were cut in the interior forest and floated down the Noyo river to the mill. The mill property is currently being raised and will be developed providing public coastal access to areas which have been inaccessible for over a 100 years. If you have interest in the areas logging industry, the museum has many old pictures that are interesting. They have docents that staff the museum and they are very friendly and happy to provide information. The museum is free but they ask for donations to support the property.
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