If I could give Wine Country visitors one piece of advice before they go, it would be to absolutely not miss stopping at Jack London State Park, taking a tour of London's house, walking about the museum, and walking to the gorgeous ruins of Wolf House afterwards. This is one of the most culturally interesting spots in all of Northern California with incredible hiking grounds, if one is so inclined, which is one reason London, a naturalist, settled here in the first place: it is beautiful.
Also, Jack London himself is an incredibly interesting figure whose life was what can only be described as swash-buckling. Mrs. London was also quite dashing, and seeing her wardrobe is fascinating. This is a combination of a museum, a park, and it feels like walking through a timeless movie set at times. So do go! Don't miss it. I can't recommend it enough.
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