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Old Town Sac - step back in time to the Gold Rush era on the waterfront!
Horse-drawn carriage rides along the cobblestone streets. Great selection of bars and restaurants. Lively nightlife; our favorite selection for a bar that meets history would be the River City Saloon. Old Town is across the street from the host hotel.
California is world-renowned for its wine. Sacramento and the surrounding areas are no exception. Spend the day driving to wineries tasting libations and enjoying tapas. Julietta and Fransinetti Wineries are must-stops. The Underground Tasting Room downtown is a good stop too.
The State Indian Museum is undoubtedly one of the top Sacramento tourist attractions. The museum focuses on the Native American art, culture, and life of the first inhabitants.
Crocker Art Museum is home to a collection of Californian art, dating back to the Gold Rush era. They also have one of the largest international ceramics collections in the world. You can connect with Asian, African, and Oceanic art here, too. There’s also a collection of master drawings and European paintings.
Sacramento Zoo, Railroad Museum, Rose Garden, Sutter’s Fort, Sac State Arboretum, Nimbus Fish Hatchery, Sacramento Mural Tour, Raging Waters Water Park … or hop in your car and head north-west less than 2 hours to see the world famous Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island , the Crookest Street in the World (Lombard Street), the magnificent San Francisco.
Within a 3 drive you can also enjoy the majestic Yosemite National Park, or historic Monterey Bay, Santa Cruz, Carmel by the Sea …
A little over an hour's drive you'll find the world famous Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley, where you can enjoy wine tours, the wine train . . .