Sacramento (California )
The state capital of California, Sacramento, is a famous city with a lengthy history and a number of tourist attractions.
State Railroad Museum
The California State Railroad Museum is one of the biggest railroad museums in the world, with more than 200,000 square feet of exhibit area.
The State Capitol building is among the major attractions in Sacramento. Built in the 1860s, this building is a superb example of Neoclassical design.
Old Sacramento covers eight blocks (28 acres) of historic buildings along the city's waterfront, designated as a National Historic Landmark.
The Sacramento Zoo, which is home to more than 500 exotic creatures, including aardvarks, African lions, giraffes, and jaguars, will appeal to animal lovers.
American River Bike Trail
A well-kept asphalt trail, the American River Trail goes through a lovely natural setting and is bordered by shady oak trees.
Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament
This imposing Roman Catholic church of worship in the center of Sacramento has beautiful stained-glass windows, an amazing organ, and holy artwork.
From 1885 to the present, the California Automobile Museum has a collection of more than 120 antique vehicles.
Sutter's Fort State Historic Park
The Sutter's Fort Museum is located on the spot where Johann August Sutter, a German-Swiss immigrant, established the first European settlement in California in 1839.