Explore Historic Woodland



Explore Woodland's tree-lined neighborhoods and historic architecture with guidebook in hand! The City of Woodland offers

Explore Historic Woodland, a self-guided book collecting more than 400 houses and buildings that grace the charming Woodland, CA community, which also serves as the county seat.


The book presents ten different walking tours covering 7.5 miles to distinctive neighborhoods, the remarkable downtown (itself listed on the Register of Historic Places), and folksy Dead Cat Alley. Many architectural styles are represented, from stately 19th-Century Victorians to Craftsman, Bungalow, Tudor, Dutch Colonial, even Modern designs.


Maps, addresses, color photographs along with concise descriptions of the houses and buildings, and brief glossary make this a complete and fascinating resource for anyone visiting Woodland, CA.


Purchase your copy of the "Explore Historic Woodland" walking tour booklet for $15 at the following locations:

  • City Hall Community Development Department 300 First Street

  • Chamber of Commerce 400 Court Street

  • The House Dresser 617 Main Street


Make sure to download the free Woodland Dining Pass for discounts and offers at notable Woodland restaurants and stroll the downtown shops during your visit.