Image gallery for Gravenstein Station marketplace in Sebastopol, CA. Take a virtual tour here!
Peace in Medicine
Cannabis education and access in a safe and friendly environment. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Eye Candy—All you see is chocolate, and that's ok.
Choose from many delectable hand-crafted chocolates at this Parisian style chocolatier. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Graphics of days gone by
Come see two original rail cars from the Southern Pacific line inside Gravenstein Station. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Southern Pacific as art
Now configured to hold restaurants and bars, the old rail cars of the Southern Pacific line stand proud in Gravenstein Station. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Claypool Cellars Booze Caboose
Come to the "back of the train" to hang out with Les Claypool and taste his delicious CC Pachyderm Pinot Noir. By appointment only. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Old world charm, new world services
The health and services building at Gravenstein Station houses therapists, body workers, spa services, and more. Come in to recharge and relax. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Iconic Water Tower
The Gravenstein Station water tower stands tall on Sebastopol Avenue. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Cross over to local experience
Gravenstein Station features the best in local food, wine, fine chocolate, and health services. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
The Great Locomotive
Local sculptor Patrick Amiot regularly adds to his vintage locomotive in front of Gravenstein Station. Ancient typewriters, carousel horses, bird cages... It's fun to watch where this locomotive is going. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
The Coffee Catz Courtyard
Enjoy house-roasted coffee amidst the soothing atmosphere of the Coffee Catz garden. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Rail car detail
Art Deco detail on the side of the Southern Pacific rail car inside Gravenstein Station. Photo by Rebecca Williams.
Great Locomotive Detail
An ancient typewriter graces the side of Patrick Amiot's Great Locomotive at Gravenstein Station—one of many found objects that make this piece an ever-evolving work of art. Photo by Rebecca Williams.