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Pulp mills line the shores of the city whose name (Greek for “I have found it”) serves as California’s state motto. Established in 1850, Eureka became a shipping hub of the mining, and later lumber, industries. Its deep-water harbor has ensured Eureka’s standing as a major port. Commercial fishing and timber processing generate the bulk of the city’s revenues. Fort Humboldt State Historic Park now occupies the bluff on the southern edge of town where the original garrison stood.
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240 E St. USA - Eureka, CA 95501
This glazed terra-cotta Classical Revival structure (1912) once served as a bank. It now houses a well-organized collection of objects and photographs relating to the county's history. A separate wing displays a fine group of over 1,200 Hoopa, Yurok ..
636 F St. USA - Eureka, CA 95501
Located in the historic Carnegie Building and named for one of the Pacific Northwest's premier painters, the museum houses seven galleries including a courtyard sculpture garden. Exhibits change monthly. Music, dance and literary art are offered in a..
3414 W St. USA - Eureka, CA 95503
Adjacent to an 87-acre redwood forest, this modest, well-maintained zoo was founded in 1907. Its walk-through aviary and petting zoo are special highlights, in addition to its assemblage of roughly 100 animals.
1934 Broadway Street USA - Eureka CA 95501
Situated just 1 mile from shops and restaurants including the Lost Coast Brewery in Old Town Eureka, this motel is 3 miles from Sequoia Park Zoo. All guest rooms include cable TV with extended channels. A 24-hour reception is offered at Motel 6 Eure..
815 West Wabash Avenue USA - Eureka CA 95501
1137 5th St. USA - Eureka CA 96003
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