The Governor’s Mansion was built in the late 19th century and has been the official residence of the state governer through the 1960s.
The Governor’s Mansion was built in the late 19th century and has been the official residence of the state governer through the 1960s. This mansion is filled with many different furnishings from the governor’s different families throughout the years. You also get to learn about the famous people who have lived there and what their lives were like.
Golden State Museum
This museum has an abundance of California history. There is an amazing array of multi-media displays and exhibits. This museum really makes history fun. Visitors of all ages enjoy this spectacular museum.
Esquire IMAX Theatre
Enjoy the magic of the IMAX theater. You will feel like you are actually in the movie with their unique screen. Lots of fun.
Old Town Sacramento
This historic area is home to restored buildings, museums, and novelty shops. From some of the shops and restaurants in Old Sacramento you can see Sacramento River with all the boats cruising along. This accurately restored area is a treat for any group.
Wells Fargo Museum
This is one of California’s biggest banks. The bank, started in the Wild West has lots of memorabilia from the “old” days. There are literally hundreds of genuine relics to marvel and amaze you.
California State Railroad Museum
This is America’s largest railroad museum and it’s a great destination for group tours. Learn about the railroad’s history and marvel at the train memorabilia.
The Discovery Museum is a great place for kids and adults alike. There are a wide range of exhibits and a planetarium.
Yosemite National Park
Just a hop, skip, and a jump away from Sacramento is the Yosemite National Park. This is a great park to tour through. There are amazing scenes, if you’re a shutterbug this is a must!