Address: 2618 K St, Sacramento.
The California State Indian Museum is a museum in the state park system of California, United States, interpreting the diverse cultures of the indigenous peoples of California. It is located in Midtown Sacramento at 2618 K Street.
Address: 3800 W Land Park Dr, Sacramento.
William Land Park, frequently referred to as simply "Land Park" is a major city park in Sacramento, California. The park is located between Interstate 5 and State Route 160. William Land was a pioneer who built the Western Hotel at the NE corner of 2nd and K St in 1875. There is an elementary school named after him.
Address: 125 I St, Sacramento.
The California State Railroad Museum is a museum in the state park system of California, United States, interpreting the role of the "iron horse" in connecting California to the rest of the nation. It is located in Old Sacramento at 111 I Street.
Address: 3930 W Land Park Dr, Sacramento.
The Sacramento Zoo is a zoo located in William Land Park in Sacramento, California. It opened on June 2, 1927, with 40 animals. At that time, it occupied 4.2 acres, which remained the case until the early 1960s when the zoo expanded to its current 14.3 acres.
Address: 216 O St, Sacramento.
The Crocker Art Museum, formerly the E. B. Crocker Art Gallery, founded in 1885, is the oldest art museum west of the Mississippi River. Located in Sacramento, California, the Museum holds one of the state's premier collections of Californian art.
Address: 1315 10th St Room B-27, Sacramento.
The California State Capitol is home to the government of the U.S. state of California. The building houses the bicameral state legislature and the office of the governor.
Address: 1017 11th St, Sacramento.
Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento is a cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States. As the mother church, it is the seat of Jaime Soto, the ordinary bishop of the Diocese of Sacramento. The Cathedral is located downtown at the intersection of 11th and K Streets.
Address: 2701 L St, Sacramento.
Sutter's Fort was a 19th-century agricultural and trade colony in the Mexican Alta California province. The site of the fort was established in 1839 and originally called New Helvetia by its builder John Sutter, though construction of the fort proper wouldn't begin until 1841.
Address: 800 N St, Sacramento.
Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park is a state and federally protected historic site in Sacramento, California. The park is on the corner of 8th Street and N Street in Downtown Sacramento, just two blocks away from the State Capitol building.
Address: 3901 Land Park Dr, Sacramento.
Enduring kid-friendly park featuring a storybook theme, animals for petting, gardens & a cafe.
Address: 1014 2nd St #200, Sacramento.
Old Sacramento State Historic Park occupies around one-third of the property within the Old Sacramento Historic District of Sacramento, California. The Old Sacramento Historic District is a U.S. National Historic Landmark District.
Address: 1300 L St, Sacramento.
Scenic city green space with monuments, memorials, flower gardens & walking paths.
Address: 601 Alhambra Blvd, Sacramento.
Relaxing preserve featuring a rose garden, seasonal pool, playgrounds, tennis courts & trails.
Address: California Automobile Museum, 2200 Front St, Sacramento.
California Automobile Museum is an automobile museum located in Sacramento, California. It has a collection of over 150 classic cars, race cars, muscle cars and early models displayed throughout 72,000 square feet of museum space.
The Tower Bridge is a vertical lift bridge across the Sacramento River, linking West Sacramento in Yolo County to the west, with the capital of California, Sacramento, in Sacramento County to the east. It was previously a part of U.S. Route 40 until that highway was truncated to the east of Salt Lake City