California State Railroad Museum
With so much to see and do, the hardest choice can be where to start. Here’s a great list to go off of.
The greater Sacramento area is flush with many special places to ask that special question. Here are some to consider.
Many special exhibits are temporary visitors to the capitol city, but a wide array of exciting and creative collections are available as permanent installations.
A private investor says he’ll put up $15 million to construct a new building for the California Automobile Museum.
In days of old, many children rode the train when traveling. Today, a train ride is not as common, but you can show your children how it used to be with a ride on one of the engines listed here.
Celebrate your nuptials with a champagne toast at any of these stylish Sacramento spots.
Presidents Day, the day in which we honor our past presidents, is February 18. It was through their vision, tenacity and hard work that helped forge this great nation. Today, we can look back and see how far we have traveled in history, through the various museums that record our trek.
Sacramento’s museums will feature a variety of art, history and cultural exhibits this fall.
You won’t need the luck of the Irish to have a good time with the family this Saint Patrick’s Day. Sacramento offers a range of activities for every age and every budget on March 17, 2012; it’s enough to make other cities turn green with envy.
Northern California railroads are steeped in historical significance, so there are several museums in the area where you can learn more about this once opulent mode of transportation.
Are you an art lover? Looking to learn a little about California history?
As a city rich in Gold Rush history, Sacramento continues to draw visitors from all over the world.