A sign at Washington Square Park urges visitors to visit Historic D Street. Photo by queerbychoice. D Street in Marysville is the major attraction in Historic Downtown Marysville, and is promoted on city signs directing tourists to "Historic D Street." There used to be a bridge across the Yuba River on D Street, but it was destroyed in the flood of 1955 and replaced by the current E Street Bridge.

From south to north, significant places on D Street include Plaza Park, the former Tower Theater (now Yuba-Sutter Church of Religious Science), 3rd and D Streets Mini-Park, TJ North's, Brick Coffeehouse Café, Marysville Music, Sullivan's Saddlery, Western Wear and Tack, Fine Arts Gallery, Jewelry Doctor, Downtown Shoe Repair, Diamond Palace Coin Exchange, Maria's Mexican Restaurant and Cocktails, Mary Aaron Memorial Museum, First United Methodist Church of Marysville, St. John's Episcopal Church‎, Faith Lutheran Church‎, and Ellis Lake.


Public mural on D Street in Historic Downtown Marysville, depicting 19th century Marysville. Photo by queerbychoice. February: Bok Kai Festival and Parade and Bomb Day All Summer: Friday Night Market June: Marysville Street Fair and Hot Rod Jamboree July: Marysville Peach Fest December: Marysville Christmas Parade