California State Railroad Museum
Holidays are on the way, and so are your out-of-town visitors. They want to know what there is to see in Sacramento, and you get to direct them. Here are some ideas for anyone heading in for the holidays.
Although the venerable Village Hat Shop is no longer in Old Sacramento, these local businesses will help you find just the right lid for your noggin.
Sacramento museums have exhibits to spark a child’s imagination on everything from restored planes and railcars, outer space and farmers’ markets, engineering, science and dinosaurs.
From gold miners, graveyards and cabooses to glorious Victorian gardens, notorious criminals and politicians, it is exciting to visit Sacramento’s past.
You and your date will love these capital city museums.
Police are investigating a break-in at the California State Railroad Museum, Department of Parks and Recreation officials say.
The trivia tree around here is deeply rooted. Is there really an underground Sacramento? Ghosts, anyone? The rail yards, rivers, military airfields, Victorian mansions, cemeteries and the nearby Sierra are ripe for tidbits that should please anyone’s palate.
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.