Golden 1 Center
Sacramentos Indoor Arena and Home Of The Kings, that embodies Northern California by way of regionally sourced materials.
Old Town Sacramento
Registered as a national historic landmark, Old Town Sacramento is a waterfront district overflowing with fun and interesting things to see and do.
California State Capitol Museum
From initial construction, begun in 1860, to modern day, the history, development and architecture of the California State Capitol is on display.
California Automobile Museum
Housing a collection of more than 150 classic cars, race cars, muscle cars and even bicycles and wheelbarrows.
Over 120 unique species such as jaguars, emus, red pandas, and snow leopards, call the 14.3 acre zoo their home.
Crocker Art Museum
The art museum is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is considered a California Historical Landmark.
Exceptional dining, shopping, events, art & culture, farmers markets, music, theater and nightlife abound in Old Sacramento.
Old Sacramento Waterfront
Head to Old Sacramento Waterfront and look for the neon-replica sign towering more than twenty feet above the California State Railroad Museum’s rooftop.
American River Parkway
The American River Parkway spans 23 miles and covers 4,800 acres and is definitely only one of the nation’s premier urban natural parks.