Originally built in 1839, Sutter's Fort is symbolic of the Gold Rush era in California. It is equipped with 12 cannons ... More
Originally built in 1839, Sutter's Fort is symbolic of the Gold Rush era in California. It is equipped with 12 cannons and a jail. Costumed docents re-enact living history as mountain men, traders, trappers and blacksmiths. View replicas of covered wagons or watch while docents make handicrafts. A self-guided audio tour is a good way to experience all this fort has to offer.
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 ...
The Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza is a full service, 16 floor high rise in the heart of downtown Sacramento, ten
blocks to the convention center and 15 minutes from the airport. The hotel also offers free wireless internet access, ...
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 ...