For The Love of Geyserville Relief Fund

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, our board recognized the need for economic assistance to the many businesses and individuals that were affected by this crisis. With the generous help of the community, we raised over $45,000 in donations! The funds were distributed back to the Geyserville community in the form of business grants and to individuals through our partnership with Corazon Healdsburg.

Galloping Horse Sculpture

As a result of the hard work and generous donations by the community “Victory” has galloped to its permanent home in Geyserville! The GCF commissioned Bryan Tedrick with this master piece. Bryan’s other works include the Coyote and the Boar “Lord Snort” that passed through town in prior years. Victory is here to stay… more

Galloping Horse by Bryan Tedrick

Geyserville Sculpture Trail

Get the Map here for Geyserville Sculpture Trail. Since its inception, in 2011, it has hosted close to 250 sculptures from over 80 artist. Our goal is to beautify our town through art and community projects. The collection of sculptures spans from the south to north end of town.

View a gallery of current sculptures

Max Heiges and "Running Home" 11 Feb 2013

Geyserville History Museum

It has long been a dream of Harry Bosworth and many Geyservillians to have a History Museum. A place to house the many artifacts and historical items gathered by Harry Bosworth, Ann Howard and many other Geyserville residents. It is now housed in the Bosworth and Son Store. Stop by to see historical artifacts, photography, and learn from Harry! Now they are established under their own 501(c)(3). 

Geyserville History Museum