For a taste of the Old West, complete with dirt and cobblestone streets flanked with wide wooden sidewalks and ... More
For a taste of the Old West, complete with dirt and cobblestone streets flanked with wide wooden sidewalks and "Bonanza"-style buildings, visit Old Sac. Tour the historical four blocks in a horse-drawn carriage or take a ride on a riverboat. Bustling with activity, this place offers tourist shops, museums and antique trains. On weekends you can usually hear Cajun, blues, or folk music in one of several saloons and restaurants.
More than 20,000 pioneers from the Gold Rush era (1840s) "rest in peace" here, including John A. Sutter, Jr. (founder
of Sacramento), Edwin Bryant Crocker and Mark Hopkins (two of the "Big Four" of railroading). This well maintained Historic ...
Located next to Sutter's Fort , California State Indian Museum displays history from the Native American perspective. View intricately woven
baskets, ceremonial dance regalia, sacred objects, headdresses, native instruments and other cultural items used by California's native people. Themes ...
Operating continuously since the day the doors opened in 1869, California State Capitol Museum is where the State of California's
legislature met. By the late 1970s, the building was declared seismically unsafe and had become an eyesore. The Legislature ...