The Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, features exhibits and programs that highlight the life and art of the beloved cartoonist and international icon Charles M. Schulz (1922-2000), creator of the Peanuts cartoons. This is the largest collection of original Peanuts art work anywhere. This is a fun stop for families, or cartoon lovers, when you’re visiting Sonoma Valley.
You can watch animated Peanuts specials and documentaries in the museum’s theatre, and draw your own cartoons in the hands-on education room. Check out the outdoor courtyards. The sculptures are a hoot, and so is the Snoopy Labyrinth.
WHAT: Charles M. Schultz Museum admission — get tickets online for $10/adults, $5/child or senior.
DEAL: Go San Francisco Card and Go Select Card — This is a good discount card if you’re planning to visit two or more museums and attractions within 30 days and saves you up to 55% on everything you do.
COUPON: Charles M. Schultz Museum coupon saves you $2 on the $10 tickets. Print and take to the museum. (Expires soon, but they may add a new one to the same link.)
WHEN: Open the following days/hours.
- Fall/Winter/Spring: Weekdays 11am – 5pm; Weekends 10am to 5pm — Labor Day (first Monday in September) through Memorial Day (last Monday in May). Closed Tuesdays.
- Summer: Weekdays 11am – 5pm; Weekends 10am – 5pm — Memorial Day (last Monday in May) through Labor Day (first Monday in September).
WHERE: Charles M. Schulz Museum, 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa CA.