Get your gear into the car. Fill the tank. Head out of town. Where to? So many great places are within reach of the greater Sacramento area that you’ll have a great time no matter where you go. Take the time to explore and build memories over Memorial Day weekend.
Choose from one of these spots to get your kid’s creative juices flowing in Sacramento.
The list of great hikes around here is a very long list. Some are great for beginners, while others require a bit more experience.
Keeping up with the art scene around here can be a full-time job. No matter where you are in the greater Sacramento area, you’ll find art galleries, art studios and artists.
Figure out what you need in a park and you will find a match in the Sacramento area.
Art has always been in the eye of the beholder. But sometimes, the eye is bigger than the wallet. In the greater Sacramento area though, the price of art doesn’t have to make you feel faint.
Feed your head, your heart and your need to play on spring break, all from right here in the River City.
From the kitchen to the stars, women have a rich history of contributions to our area and the nation. Here are some ways to celebrate Women’s History Month in Sacramento.
Getting around Sacramento, sans auto, has become much easier over the years. If you plan accordingly, you can get just about anywhere in the River City and beyond. Ride the electric rails, have a seat on the RT or Amtrak or call for a ride, it’s your choice.
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.
Head to Napa and take full advantage of those three days. You’ll find yourself surrounded by opportunities, and the exploring is easy.
From the pages of many authors, in many genres, the literary heritage of Sacramento springs to life. Here are a few literary landmarks in the area.