Sutter's Fort State Historic Park
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Relive the daily activities of early Emigrants and pioneersin the 1840s when agriculture and frontier lifestyles defined what is today California.At Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park, experience the lives of these hearty and adventurous people!
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John Sutter once owned the land on which Farm Fresh stands. Sutter's Fort exhibits reflect daily life in the mid 1800s, when Sacramento was just getting started.
Guides in period garb talk about living in Northern California in the 1840's, when gold was discovered not far from here in Sutter Creek. (Named for the most famous gold miner - John Sutter.)
Jump back in time and explore some of the unique artifacts from Sutter's Fort Historic Park. The Sutter's Fort exhibit highlights the reconstruction of Sutter's Fort in the 1890s and explains how the Fort's collection of pioneer and early California artifacts was formed. Check out a piece of history…
Gold Rush-era history buffs won't want to miss Sutter's Fort! Take a walk through history at the Fort, or, opt for a picnic in the park surrounding the Fort!
Interesting history of Sacramento and early California during the Gold Rush.
Sutter’s Fort is a historical Sacramento landmark. Often filled with school children on field trips. Next door to the Indian Museum too.
I went here as a kid, but haven't been there since. I remembered it being an interesting place and I had a great time. Any one interested in California history would probably love it.
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“This place is located in Old Sacramento and was a very informative tour for very low cost.”
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