California State Railroad Museum
One of the largest railroad museums in the world, has more than 200,000 square feet of exhibit area. This place is in Old Sacramento.
California State Capitol
A stunning example of Roman architecture with a portico entry leading to a central dome is the Capitol Building of California, located in the city of Sacramento.
Eight blocks of ancient structures along the city's riverfront make up Old Sacramento, a National Historic Landmark.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park
The fort is well-known for its connections to the Donner Party, the California Gold Rush, and the founding of the nearby city of Sacramento.
Crocker Art Museum
The Crocker Art Museum, which is recognised for its collections of European master drawings and international ceramics, houses the best collection of California art.
Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament
One of Sacramento's three most important historical structures. Its main bell tower is 66 metres high and has a beautiful façade gracing the entryway.
The park, a well-liked family vacation spot, features a variety of rides and attractions that are inspired on well-known fairy tales and bedtime stories.
Midtown is the place to go for fashion-forward dining at upscale establishments, art gallery hopping, theatre and dance performances, comedy acts, and shopping.
Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park
Built in 1856, One of the city’s most beautiful buildings, the stunning Leland Stanford Mansion is now protected as part of a state historic park.
William Land Park in Sacramento is where you'll find the Sacramento Zoo. The Zoo has more than 500 animal species, varied plant life, and numerous specialist gardens.