The Governor's mansion, built in 1877, has 14-feet ceilings, crystal chandeliers, ornate moldings, Persian carpets, ... More
Governor's Mansion State Historic Park
The Governor's mansion, built in 1877, has 14-feet ceilings, crystal chandeliers, ornate moldings, Persian carpets, Italian marble fireplaces and French mirrors. Many Governors' wives, including Nancy Reagan, have remodeled the home. Among the famous guests who stayed in the mansion were Teddy Roosevelt and Jack Kennedy. Each room is furnished from a different era, so the tour is also a history of furniture. Tours are on the hour and guides must accompany visitors.
A short walk east from its more renowned neighborhood William Land Park, this quiet piece of natural territory is a
welcome respite from noise and crowds. Not much wider than a soccer field, this long park runs about 10 ...
This is the most photogenic park in Sacramento. This park, recently refurbished, is also a haven for amateur sports enthusiasts.
Baseball fields, horseshoe sand pits, a soccer field, and tennis courts are available. Picnickers will find tables and barbecue ...
Surrounded by a lush green park, the Capitol Building in downtown Sacramento is an impressive display of neoclassical architecture. It
serves as the political center of California, a symbol of the discourse and laws that shape the state and ...