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Sacramento Guidebook

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Sacramento Guidebook

Grocery
An abundant local co-op grocery offering a wide variety of natural foods and standard goods as well as prepared meals including a deli, hot bar, gelato, pastries and coffee. Indoor and outdoor first come first serve seating is available.
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Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
2820 R Street
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An abundant local co-op grocery offering a wide variety of natural foods and standard goods as well as prepared meals including a deli, hot bar, gelato, pastries and coffee. Indoor and outdoor first come first serve seating is available.
At Trader Joe's Sacramento (175), we see ourselves as your local neighborhood grocery store. Step inside and you'll find unconventional and organic products in the Trader Joe's label like Mandarin Orange Chicken, Cauliflower Gnocchi, and Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate, as well as everyday basics like organic milk, eggs, meat, and organic produce. We are a good source for great cheese, beer, wine, and liquor, and we offer a vibrant selection of fresh flowers daily. Most importantly, we offer all of our delicious, quality products at the very best prices. We're happy to be part of your community, and proud to offer unique products at prices everyone can afford, every day.
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Trader Joe's
5000 Folsom Boulevard
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At Trader Joe's Sacramento (175), we see ourselves as your local neighborhood grocery store. Step inside and you'll find unconventional and organic products in the Trader Joe's label like Mandarin Orange Chicken, Cauliflower Gnocchi, and Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate, as well as everyday basics like organic milk, eggs, meat, and organic produce. We are a good source for great cheese, beer, wine, and liquor, and we offer a vibrant selection of fresh flowers daily. Most importantly, we offer all of our delicious, quality products at the very best prices. We're happy to be part of your community, and proud to offer unique products at prices everyone can afford, every day.
Food scene
An urban winery offering delicious food and bites. Indoor and outdoor seating available. Table service provided.
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Revolution Wines
2831 S Street
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An urban winery offering delicious food and bites. Indoor and outdoor seating available. Table service provided.
Sacramento local coffee roaster / cafe serving tailored roasts and meticulously crafted coffee beverages. Light selection of pastries also served. First come first served indoor and outdoor seating available.
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Temple Coffee Roasters
2829 S Street
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Sacramento local coffee roaster / cafe serving tailored roasts and meticulously crafted coffee beverages. Light selection of pastries also served. First come first served indoor and outdoor seating available.
Serving fresh and delicious gluten free baked goods and a small selection of sandwiches, Pushkin's bakery is a local favorite. Limited first come first served outdoor seating available. For sit down dining and full meals, visit Pushkin's kitchen on Capitol Ave.
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Pushkin's Bakery
1820 29th Street
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Serving fresh and delicious gluten free baked goods and a small selection of sandwiches, Pushkin's bakery is a local favorite. Limited first come first served outdoor seating available. For sit down dining and full meals, visit Pushkin's kitchen on Capitol Ave.
A 100% all natural, gluten free restaurant, serving delicious plates and pastries, Pushkin's is a local favorite. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
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Pushkin's Restaurant
1813 Capitol Ave
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A 100% all natural, gluten free restaurant, serving delicious plates and pastries, Pushkin's is a local favorite. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
Selland’s Market Café offers high quality, handcrafted foods – entrees, sides, sandwiches, salads, soups and pizzas – as well as a full service bakery and a wine shop. The food is delicious, the wine is flowing, and the vibe is convivial and buzzing, like any great neighborhood spot should be. Farm-to-Fork cuisine, first come first served indoor and outdoor seating.
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Selland's Market Café Broadway Sacramento
915 Broadway
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Selland’s Market Café offers high quality, handcrafted foods – entrees, sides, sandwiches, salads, soups and pizzas – as well as a full service bakery and a wine shop. The food is delicious, the wine is flowing, and the vibe is convivial and buzzing, like any great neighborhood spot should be. Farm-to-Fork cuisine, first come first served indoor and outdoor seating.
Near the historic Tower Theater on Broadway sits another piece of Sacramento history, the Tower Cafe. Owner James Seyman founded his worldly fusion eatery on Earth Day 1990, with the intent of bringing the hearts, minds and appetites of the city’s diverse population under one roof. Specialties from across the globe range from the award winning Famous French Toast (a custard soaked slice of Heaven) to Piag’s Thai Steak, Jamaican Jerk Chicken as well as a selection of seasonal daily specials. Tower Cafe offers a gorgeous outdoor garden patio seating (indoor seating also available) and table side service. Don't forget to visit the dessert counter!
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Tower Cafe
1518 Broadway
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Near the historic Tower Theater on Broadway sits another piece of Sacramento history, the Tower Cafe. Owner James Seyman founded his worldly fusion eatery on Earth Day 1990, with the intent of bringing the hearts, minds and appetites of the city’s diverse population under one roof. Specialties from across the globe range from the award winning Famous French Toast (a custard soaked slice of Heaven) to Piag’s Thai Steak, Jamaican Jerk Chicken as well as a selection of seasonal daily specials. Tower Cafe offers a gorgeous outdoor garden patio seating (indoor seating also available) and table side service. Don't forget to visit the dessert counter!
Casual Mexican food with delicious dishes.
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La Venadita
3501 3rd Ave
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Casual Mexican food with delicious dishes.
Excellent coffee. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with locally sourced ingredients. Old Soul is a platform for local farmers, brewers, and purveyors.
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Old Soul @ 40 Acres
3434 Broadway
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Excellent coffee. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with locally sourced ingredients. Old Soul is a platform for local farmers, brewers, and purveyors.
Excellent coffee. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with locally sourced ingredients. Old Soul is a platform for local farmers, brewers, and purveyors.
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Old Soul at The Weatherstone
812 21st Street
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Excellent coffee. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with locally sourced ingredients. Old Soul is a platform for local farmers, brewers, and purveyors.
Excellent coffee. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with locally sourced ingredients. Old Soul is a platform for local farmers, brewers, and purveyors.
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Old Soul Co.
1716 L Street
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Excellent coffee. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with locally sourced ingredients. Old Soul is a platform for local farmers, brewers, and purveyors.
Fixins seeks to set the standard for the American soul food experience by offering authentic soul food and impeccable service in a hip, energetic atmosphere. Guests experience “Black Excellence” through our delicious cuisine, friendly service and spotless restaurant. Fixins staff anticipate our Guests every need so that each and every customer leaves satisfied, full and looking forward to their next visit.
Fixins Soul Kitchen
3428 3rd Avenue
Fixins seeks to set the standard for the American soul food experience by offering authentic soul food and impeccable service in a hip, energetic atmosphere. Guests experience “Black Excellence” through our delicious cuisine, friendly service and spotless restaurant. Fixins staff anticipate our Guests every need so that each and every customer leaves satisfied, full and looking forward to their next visit.
A small cottage bakery, joined farmers markets, and many sourced local ingredients.
Faria Bakery
3417 Broadway
A small cottage bakery, joined farmers markets, and many sourced local ingredients.
Bike Dog taproom on Broadway in Sacramento offers a variety of draft, cans and bottles. First come first served seating. Food available from Selland's Market located next door.
Bike Dog Broadway Taproom
915 Broadway
Bike Dog taproom on Broadway in Sacramento offers a variety of draft, cans and bottles. First come first served seating. Food available from Selland's Market located next door.
In Fall of 2016 two premier health food companies, Vibe Health Bar and Liquidology Organic Cold Pressed Juicery agreed to join forces to offer clients the most robust healthy food and beverage offering possible. The new Vibe Health Bar offers superfood acai bowls and smoothies, healthy wraps, sandwiches and snacks, Kombucha on draft and Liquidology Organic Cold Pressed Juices. At Vibe Health Bar our passion is to help busy people achieve vibrant health and wellbeing by consuming the highest quality foods and beverages made from the freshest organic produce and non-GMO ingredients.
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Vibe Health Bar
3515 Broadway
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In Fall of 2016 two premier health food companies, Vibe Health Bar and Liquidology Organic Cold Pressed Juicery agreed to join forces to offer clients the most robust healthy food and beverage offering possible. The new Vibe Health Bar offers superfood acai bowls and smoothies, healthy wraps, sandwiches and snacks, Kombucha on draft and Liquidology Organic Cold Pressed Juices. At Vibe Health Bar our passion is to help busy people achieve vibrant health and wellbeing by consuming the highest quality foods and beverages made from the freshest organic produce and non-GMO ingredients.
Classy Hippie provides tea-drinking experiences that are social and engaging to all five senses.
Classy Hippie Tea Co.
3226 Broadway
Classy Hippie provides tea-drinking experiences that are social and engaging to all five senses.
Creative shared plates served with cocktails, beer & wine in a sleek, wood-accented space. Grab a seat and stay awhile. Located at 1719 34th Street in East Sacramento, Canon offers a shareable, seasonal menu in a welcoming space.
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Canon | East Sacramento
1719 34th St
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Creative shared plates served with cocktails, beer & wine in a sleek, wood-accented space. Grab a seat and stay awhile. Located at 1719 34th Street in East Sacramento, Canon offers a shareable, seasonal menu in a welcoming space.
OneSpeed Pizza is a neighborhood pizza joint in the heart of East Sacramento brought to you by Rick Mahan, chef and owner of The Waterboy. In our open kitchen, we focus on beautiful local ingredients and simple, time-tested cooking. Enjoy pizzas, antipasti, daily specials and excellent service in a family-friendly atmosphere.
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OneSpeed
4818 Folsom Boulevard
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OneSpeed Pizza is a neighborhood pizza joint in the heart of East Sacramento brought to you by Rick Mahan, chef and owner of The Waterboy. In our open kitchen, we focus on beautiful local ingredients and simple, time-tested cooking. Enjoy pizzas, antipasti, daily specials and excellent service in a family-friendly atmosphere.
Elevated eatery offering wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza & other Italian fare, plus beer & wine.
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Masullo Pizza
2711 Riverside Boulevard
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Elevated eatery offering wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza & other Italian fare, plus beer & wine.
Old-school ice cream parlor serving desserts & comfort food in a vintage diner setting since 1947.
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Vic’s Ice Cream
3199 Riverside Boulevard
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Old-school ice cream parlor serving desserts & comfort food in a vintage diner setting since 1947.
Airy, leafy & light-filled eatery offering wood-fired Californian cuisine for omnivores & vegans.
Beast + Bounty
1701 R St
Airy, leafy & light-filled eatery offering wood-fired Californian cuisine for omnivores & vegans.
The local gathering place with chef-driven sandwiches, salads, and catering options. We use the finest ingredients sourced from local farmers. EAT HAPPY!
Mendocino Farms
1610 R Street
The local gathering place with chef-driven sandwiches, salads, and catering options. We use the finest ingredients sourced from local farmers. EAT HAPPY!
Locals line up for traditional bowls of ramen at this tiny Japanese specialist with outdoor seating.
Shoki Ramen House
1201 R Street
Locals line up for traditional bowls of ramen at this tiny Japanese specialist with outdoor seating.
Long-standing landmark with retro decor for homemade ice cream in various flavors, plus sandwiches.
Gunther's Ice Cream (Sacramento Historic Landmark)
2801 Franklin Boulevard
Long-standing landmark with retro decor for homemade ice cream in various flavors, plus sandwiches.
Neighborhoods
Sacramento's urban core, Midtown offers easy transportation, many restaurants the historically famous Sutter's Fort. Midtown is a great area for casual strolls under a shaded tree canopy.
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Midtown
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Sacramento's urban core, Midtown offers easy transportation, many restaurants the historically famous Sutter's Fort. Midtown is a great area for casual strolls under a shaded tree canopy.
The Greater Broadway area has long been a viable, albeit eclectic, commercial corridor. It features a variety of retail and commercial enterprises and is the location of a multitude of ethnic and mainstream restaurants. It hosts one of the largest certified Farmer’s Markets in the Sacramento region and recently became the site of a popular monthly antique fair. The bustling activity of Broadway is rooted in its history as a nucleus of local industry and commerce.
Broadway
The Greater Broadway area has long been a viable, albeit eclectic, commercial corridor. It features a variety of retail and commercial enterprises and is the location of a multitude of ethnic and mainstream restaurants. It hosts one of the largest certified Farmer’s Markets in the Sacramento region and recently became the site of a popular monthly antique fair. The bustling activity of Broadway is rooted in its history as a nucleus of local industry and commerce.
The happening Oak Park neighborhood is known for its artisan cafes, a craft brewery, and shops selling used books, handmade gifts, and women’s clothing. Restaurants specialize in dishes such as gourmet tacos, organic veggie bowls, and German sausages. Indie art galleries host monthly after-hours shows, and the Gather Oak Park event May through October offers food stalls and demos, as well as live music.
Oak Park
The happening Oak Park neighborhood is known for its artisan cafes, a craft brewery, and shops selling used books, handmade gifts, and women’s clothing. Restaurants specialize in dishes such as gourmet tacos, organic veggie bowls, and German sausages. Indie art galleries host monthly after-hours shows, and the Gather Oak Park event May through October offers food stalls and demos, as well as live music.
Upscale East Sacramento is known for its leafy streets and parks, especially McKinley Park, which has a large rose garden and hosts food truck events, concerts, and movie nights. The area has a lively dining scene, with everything from casual burger joints to refined farm-to-fork restaurants, plus family-friendly craft breweries and artisan coffee shops. Quaint neighborhood boutiques sell gifts and antiques.
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East Sacramento
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Upscale East Sacramento is known for its leafy streets and parks, especially McKinley Park, which has a large rose garden and hosts food truck events, concerts, and movie nights. The area has a lively dining scene, with everything from casual burger joints to refined farm-to-fork restaurants, plus family-friendly craft breweries and artisan coffee shops. Quaint neighborhood boutiques sell gifts and antiques.
Land Park is a laid-back neighborhood known for its namesake, William Land Park, home to family-friendly attractions like the Fairytale Town play park, Funderland Amusement Park, and the Sacramento Zoo. The park also has a golf course, a fishing pond, a jogging path, and barbecue areas. A few craft breweries and taphouses dot the area, as well as burger joints, brunch spots, and ice cream parlors.
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Land Park
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Land Park is a laid-back neighborhood known for its namesake, William Land Park, home to family-friendly attractions like the Fairytale Town play park, Funderland Amusement Park, and the Sacramento Zoo. The park also has a golf course, a fishing pond, a jogging path, and barbecue areas. A few craft breweries and taphouses dot the area, as well as burger joints, brunch spots, and ice cream parlors.
Old Sacramento is the riverfront historic district, with Gold Rush-era buildings, cobblestone streets, and horse-drawn carriages. It’s home to numerous museums, including the Sacramento History Museum and the state Railroad Museum, which offers excursion train rides. Souvenir shops sell T-shirts, movie memorabilia, and antiques, and there are several upscale restaurants and a few bars popular with the college crowd.
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Old Sacramento
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Old Sacramento is the riverfront historic district, with Gold Rush-era buildings, cobblestone streets, and horse-drawn carriages. It’s home to numerous museums, including the Sacramento History Museum and the state Railroad Museum, which offers excursion train rides. Souvenir shops sell T-shirts, movie memorabilia, and antiques, and there are several upscale restaurants and a few bars popular with the college crowd.
Things to do
This free, family-friendly market takes place year-round, every Saturday, on 20th street between J and L streets. The Midtown Farmers Market showcases local agriculture, prepared foods, and artisans and crafters. Anchored in the heart of Midtown, the market serves as a lively and fun gathering place where visitors can come together to shop and enjoy the community. Experience Food Demonstrations, Live Music, a Kids Play Area, and more all next to the popular MARRS building that is packed with stores and restaurants to further enhance your Saturday experience. As a year-round outdoor event, inclement weather can negatively impact the safety of the market for vendors and visitors. If there is a 80% or greater chance of rain, or consistent winds projected at 15 mph or greater, the market will take a week off (this tends to happen two or three times per year).
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Midtown Farmers Market
1050 20th Street
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This free, family-friendly market takes place year-round, every Saturday, on 20th street between J and L streets. The Midtown Farmers Market showcases local agriculture, prepared foods, and artisans and crafters. Anchored in the heart of Midtown, the market serves as a lively and fun gathering place where visitors can come together to shop and enjoy the community. Experience Food Demonstrations, Live Music, a Kids Play Area, and more all next to the popular MARRS building that is packed with stores and restaurants to further enhance your Saturday experience. As a year-round outdoor event, inclement weather can negatively impact the safety of the market for vendors and visitors. If there is a 80% or greater chance of rain, or consistent winds projected at 15 mph or greater, the market will take a week off (this tends to happen two or three times per year).
Second Saturdays is an organic and eclectic expression of the arts in Midtown Sacramento. On the Second Saturday of each month, culinary, visual, performing and unexpected arts are expressed throughout Midtown. In the evenings local galleries are open for touring and viewing.
Sacramento Second Saturday Gallery Association
1731 L Street
Second Saturdays is an organic and eclectic expression of the arts in Midtown Sacramento. On the Second Saturday of each month, culinary, visual, performing and unexpected arts are expressed throughout Midtown. In the evenings local galleries are open for touring and viewing.
Built in 1938, the Tower Theatre is a Sacramento landmark that is the oldest remaining, continuously running picture palace. Located in the heart of the Broadway District, The Tower has had the honor to showcase some of Sacramento’s finest local filmmaker premieres by hosting Colin Hank’s ALL THINGS MUST PAST in 2015 and Greta Gerwig’s LADY BIRD in 2017. Dedicated to bringing the finest in independent, foreign, and specialty film to Sacramento's film lovers, guests may also enjoy craft beverages and bites before, during or after the film.
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The Tower Theatre
2508 Land Park Drive
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Built in 1938, the Tower Theatre is a Sacramento landmark that is the oldest remaining, continuously running picture palace. Located in the heart of the Broadway District, The Tower has had the honor to showcase some of Sacramento’s finest local filmmaker premieres by hosting Colin Hank’s ALL THINGS MUST PAST in 2015 and Greta Gerwig’s LADY BIRD in 2017. Dedicated to bringing the finest in independent, foreign, and specialty film to Sacramento's film lovers, guests may also enjoy craft beverages and bites before, during or after the film.
Asha Urban Baths opened in 2016 as Sacramento’s first and only old-world style wellness bathhouse, a center where communities gather for leisure and restoration through heat and water. Asha is an urban bath oasis, a true refuge from the hustle and bustle.
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Asha Urban Baths
2417 27th St
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Asha Urban Baths opened in 2016 as Sacramento’s first and only old-world style wellness bathhouse, a center where communities gather for leisure and restoration through heat and water. Asha is an urban bath oasis, a true refuge from the hustle and bustle.
Verge Center for the Arts is the leading cultural institution in the Sacramento region for contemporary art and ideas. We have a mission to extend the dialogue about contemporary art to the central valley. Verge supports this mission by providing vital resources to local career and emerging artists as well as offering arts education opportunities for youth and adults.
Verge Center for the Arts
Verge Center for the Arts is the leading cultural institution in the Sacramento region for contemporary art and ideas. We have a mission to extend the dialogue about contemporary art to the central valley. Verge supports this mission by providing vital resources to local career and emerging artists as well as offering arts education opportunities for youth and adults.
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.
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Sacramento Zoo
3930 West Land Park Drive
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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.
Opened in 1946, this amusement park geared to young kids features 9 rides, including a carousel.
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Funderland Park
1350 17th Avenue
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Opened in 1946, this amusement park geared to young kids features 9 rides, including a carousel.
Underground Books opened in the summer of 2003 and is the literary hub of Oak Park. Since the closing of the only library in Oak Park in the 1970’s, it became the mission of St. HOPE founder, Kevin Johnson, to ensure that the students and the community had access to books. As part of the larger 40 Acres Cultural Center, Underground Books is a nonprofit under St. HOPE and has become a gathering place for neighborhood residents. Underground Books hosts book signings by local and national authors, lectures, poetry events, children’s story time, radio shows and much more! Managed and operated by Georgia “Mother Rose” West, the bookstore has proudly become a well-known pillar in the Oak Park community.
Underground Books
2814 35th Street
Underground Books opened in the summer of 2003 and is the literary hub of Oak Park. Since the closing of the only library in Oak Park in the 1970’s, it became the mission of St. HOPE founder, Kevin Johnson, to ensure that the students and the community had access to books. As part of the larger 40 Acres Cultural Center, Underground Books is a nonprofit under St. HOPE and has become a gathering place for neighborhood residents. Underground Books hosts book signings by local and national authors, lectures, poetry events, children’s story time, radio shows and much more! Managed and operated by Georgia “Mother Rose” West, the bookstore has proudly become a well-known pillar in the Oak Park community.
Downtown Commons, formerly known as Sacramento Downtown Plaza, Westfield Downtown Plaza and Downtown Plaza, is a two-level outdoor mixed-use entertainment and shopping complex located along the alignment of K Street in downtown Sacramento, California, near the State Capitol building.
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DOCO - Downtown Commons
660 J St
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Downtown Commons, formerly known as Sacramento Downtown Plaza, Westfield Downtown Plaza and Downtown Plaza, is a two-level outdoor mixed-use entertainment and shopping complex located along the alignment of K Street in downtown Sacramento, California, near the State Capitol building.
Golden 1 Center sits proudly in the heart of downtown Sacramento, less than a mile from California’s first thriving business district. It’s here that you’ll find people from all walks of life building a community around their favorite things: Music, sports, entertainment, culture, food, and beverage. An homage to the city’s legacy and a marvel of its bright future, Golden 1 Center represents everything that makes Sacramento the next Great American City. From design to sustainability to connectivity to cuisine, it’s a celebration of what Sacramento does best.
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Golden 1 Center
500 David J Stern Walk
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Golden 1 Center sits proudly in the heart of downtown Sacramento, less than a mile from California’s first thriving business district. It’s here that you’ll find people from all walks of life building a community around their favorite things: Music, sports, entertainment, culture, food, and beverage. An homage to the city’s legacy and a marvel of its bright future, Golden 1 Center represents everything that makes Sacramento the next Great American City. From design to sustainability to connectivity to cuisine, it’s a celebration of what Sacramento does best.
The Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail offers the best trail access in the Sacramento area. This world-renowned trail winds from Folsom to old Sacramento, paralleling the American River and stopping at many key places along the way. Fast Facts: The starting point is Discovery Park, crosses into the Folsom State Recreation area from the American River Parkway and terminates at Beals Point. The trail is 32-miles The trail was recognized as a national trail in 1974 The trail was voted the Number One bike path for 2006 by Trails.com.
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Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail
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The Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail offers the best trail access in the Sacramento area. This world-renowned trail winds from Folsom to old Sacramento, paralleling the American River and stopping at many key places along the way. Fast Facts: The starting point is Discovery Park, crosses into the Folsom State Recreation area from the American River Parkway and terminates at Beals Point. The trail is 32-miles The trail was recognized as a national trail in 1974 The trail was voted the Number One bike path for 2006 by Trails.com.
A short 90 minute drive from Sacramento, South Lake Tahoe is worth a visit for a day trip. Known for ski resorts and beaches, South Lake Tahoe's restaurants and bars merge with the casinos of adjacent Stateline, Nevada.
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South Lake Tahoe
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A short 90 minute drive from Sacramento, South Lake Tahoe is worth a visit for a day trip. Known for ski resorts and beaches, South Lake Tahoe's restaurants and bars merge with the casinos of adjacent Stateline, Nevada.
A short 90 minute drive from Sacramento, San Francisco can make a nice day trip. A popular tourist destination, San Francisco is known for its cool summers, fog, steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of architecture and landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, the former Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, Fisherman's Wharf and its Chinatown district. The city, and the surrounding Bay Area, is a global center of the sciences and arts and is home to a number of educational and cultural institutions, such as the University of San Francisco (USF), University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), San Francisco State University (SFSU), the De Young Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the SFJAZZ Center, and the California Academy of Sciences.
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San Francisco
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A short 90 minute drive from Sacramento, San Francisco can make a nice day trip. A popular tourist destination, San Francisco is known for its cool summers, fog, steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of architecture and landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, the former Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, Fisherman's Wharf and its Chinatown district. The city, and the surrounding Bay Area, is a global center of the sciences and arts and is home to a number of educational and cultural institutions, such as the University of San Francisco (USF), University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), San Francisco State University (SFSU), the De Young Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the SFJAZZ Center, and the California Academy of Sciences.
Sightseeing
The State Indian Museum, opened in 1940, depicts three major themes of California Indian life: Nature, Spirit, and Family. Native peoples lived prosperously for thousands of years in what is now California. All of the exhibits and photographs on display in the museum are presented with respect for those who went before us on this land and continue to live in California communities today. California Indian cultural items in the museum include traditional baskets, along with some of the smallest in the world, a redwood dugout canoe, ceremonial regalia, beadwork, and hunting & fishing tools-some of which are more than twenty-four hundred years old. There is also an exhibit depicting the life of Ishi, reputedly the last survivor of the Yahi tribe, illustrating how Native culture was powerfully impacted and forever changed when outsiders arrived. Many Native people have donated photographs of family and friends for viewing in the museum. There is also a wall of photographs devoted to honoring California Elders, and a hands-on area where visitors have the opportunity to utilize Indian tools like the pump drill, used for making holes in shell beads, and the mortar & pestle, used for grinding acorns.
State Indian Museum
2618 K Street
The State Indian Museum, opened in 1940, depicts three major themes of California Indian life: Nature, Spirit, and Family. Native peoples lived prosperously for thousands of years in what is now California. All of the exhibits and photographs on display in the museum are presented with respect for those who went before us on this land and continue to live in California communities today. California Indian cultural items in the museum include traditional baskets, along with some of the smallest in the world, a redwood dugout canoe, ceremonial regalia, beadwork, and hunting & fishing tools-some of which are more than twenty-four hundred years old. There is also an exhibit depicting the life of Ishi, reputedly the last survivor of the Yahi tribe, illustrating how Native culture was powerfully impacted and forever changed when outsiders arrived. Many Native people have donated photographs of family and friends for viewing in the museum. There is also a wall of photographs devoted to honoring California Elders, and a hands-on area where visitors have the opportunity to utilize Indian tools like the pump drill, used for making holes in shell beads, and the mortar & pestle, used for grinding acorns.
Since 1967, the Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park has welcomed visitors inside the home of the 13 governors and two private families who once lived here. Recently a $1 million preservation and maintenance project has transformed the mansion’s exterior and the carriage house back to pristine condition for the first time in decades.
Governor's Mansion State Historic Park
1526 H St
Since 1967, the Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park has welcomed visitors inside the home of the 13 governors and two private families who once lived here. Recently a $1 million preservation and maintenance project has transformed the mansion’s exterior and the carriage house back to pristine condition for the first time in decades.
The Crocker Art Museum features the world’s foremost display of California art and is renowned for its holdings of European master drawings and international ceramics. The Crocker serves as the primary regional resource for the study and appreciation of fine art and offers a diverse spectrum of exhibitions, events, and programs to augment its collections, including films, concerts, studio classes, lectures, children’s activities, and more. The Museum has also dedicated the historic building’s entire first floor as an education center, which includes four classrooms, space for student and community exhibitions, the Gerald Hansen Library, and Tot Land. It is the only museum in the Sacramento region accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), a recognition given to fewer than 1,100 of the nation's 33,000 museums. AAM accreditation certifies that a museum operates according to standards set forth by the museum profession, manages its collections responsibly, and provides quality service to the public.
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Crocker Art Museum
216 O Street
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The Crocker Art Museum features the world’s foremost display of California art and is renowned for its holdings of European master drawings and international ceramics. The Crocker serves as the primary regional resource for the study and appreciation of fine art and offers a diverse spectrum of exhibitions, events, and programs to augment its collections, including films, concerts, studio classes, lectures, children’s activities, and more. The Museum has also dedicated the historic building’s entire first floor as an education center, which includes four classrooms, space for student and community exhibitions, the Gerald Hansen Library, and Tot Land. It is the only museum in the Sacramento region accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), a recognition given to fewer than 1,100 of the nation's 33,000 museums. AAM accreditation certifies that a museum operates according to standards set forth by the museum profession, manages its collections responsibly, and provides quality service to the public.
At the State Capitol, the past, present and future of California interact with equal force. The building serves as both a museum and the state’s working seat of government. Visitors to the Capitol can experience California’s rich history and witness the making of history through the modern lawmaking process.
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California State Capitol Museum
1315 10th St
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At the State Capitol, the past, present and future of California interact with equal force. The building serves as both a museum and the state’s working seat of government. Visitors to the Capitol can experience California’s rich history and witness the making of history through the modern lawmaking process.
Capitol Park is locate in the heart of Sacramento around the State Capitol. Stroll through the park past a host of trees and flowers to visit attractions such as the World Peace Rose Garden, various memorials and great views of the Capitol building itself.
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California State Capitol Park
1300 L St
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Capitol Park is locate in the heart of Sacramento around the State Capitol. Stroll through the park past a host of trees and flowers to visit attractions such as the World Peace Rose Garden, various memorials and great views of the Capitol building itself.
Relaxing preserve featuring a rose garden, seasonal pool, playgrounds, tennis courts & trails.
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McKinley Park
601 Alhambra Boulevard
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Relaxing preserve featuring a rose garden, seasonal pool, playgrounds, tennis courts & trails.
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