Explore Sausalito

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Sausalito houseboats: by Joseph Schell

Sausalito’s rich history dates back to the late 1800s, when it was a hub for the shipbuilding and fishing industries. Today, the town of approximately 7,000 residents is a popular tourist destination and a haven for artists, writers, and musicians who are keeping it “salty.” One of the main attractions in Sausalito is its charming downtown area, which features a variety of unique shops, art galleries and restaurants.

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Sausalito’s First-Ever Pride Celebration Is Coming This Summer

Expect a full calendar of events including live music featuring queer artists, LGBTQ+ art and literature shows and more.

Hudson Grace’s Founders on Their Timeless Homeware Designs and Their Success in Sausalito

Cofounders Gary McNatton and Monelle Totah remember how the company began and celebrate how far it has come.

A Tunnel Artwork Unites Sausalito and Marin City

Connecting two communities through an inspired project.


6 Pool House Design Tips to Inspire Epic Summer Fun

The ultimate expression of indoor-outdoor living, pool houses can be an amazing addition to your backyard space.

Tour a Sausalito Home That Goes All In on Dazzling Light Fixtures

San Francisco-based designer Tineke Triggs designed a house for a single guy — but it’s definitely not your stereotypical bachelor pad.   

Living in a Watery Oasis: A Sausalito Home With Expansive Views of the Bay

The bay is visible from every room, and being inside the house feels like being on a boat — perfect for someone who loves to sail.


When the Headlands Had Warheads: Reconciling Marin’s Nuclear Past While Looking to the Future

Marin County’s nuclear history, and the two local women advocating for disarmament today.

On the Waterfront: The History of Sausalito

Picture-perfect Sausalito has a uniquely colorful history.

Looking Back: Vintage Sausalito

If you say this is looking south on Bridgeway Boulevard, you’re incorrect.