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North Bay Python is taking place at the Mystic Theatre in historic Downtown Petaluma. The Mystic was constructed in 1912 as a Vaudeville theatre, and has undergone many changes over the years. These days, it's Petaluma's premier live music venue.

Petaluma's a shockingly quaint dairy town at the south end of Sonoma County, full of well preserved Victorian architecture and BLAH. We're in the middle of one of the powerhouses of agriculture and viticulture in California, so Petaluma is full of restaurants that specialize in very local food and wine. Petaluma is also home to the world-famous Lagunitas Brewing Company, as well as numerous artisan distilleries and wine makers.

# Getting To Petaluma

## From San Francisco

Petaluma is about 30 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, and the drive can take anywhere between 30 and 90 minutes depending on the time of day. Golden Gate Transit runs the 101 bus from downtown San Francisco with BART/Muni connections at Civic Center.

## By Air

Petaluma is served by San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK) international airports, both about 60 miles south of Petaluma. The Sonoma County Airport Express runs hourly buses to Petaluma from SFO, and buses every two hours from OAK.

Sonoma County Airport (STS) is about 30 miles north in Santa Rosa, and has passenger service from most major West Coast cities. Sonoma County Airport is served by the SMART Train on weekdays and weekend afternoons, with a stop near downtown Petaluma.

# Staying in Petaluma

## Downtown

Hotel Petaluma

Metro Hotel


## Near the Freeway

Etc etc etc


# When in Petaluma

## Eating

There's more than 50 places to find lunch within walking distance of the Mystic, starting at McNear's Saloon next door...

## Evenings


## Nearby attractions

Beaches/Wineries/Breweries/Other forests & parks/Museums
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