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Aerospace Museum of California
Aerospace Museum of California

The Aerospace Museum of California is a 501(c)(3) Organization – TIN 94-2831253. Find us on Facebook. Our Major Donors

Ancil Hoffman Park
Ancil Hoffman Park

The park, dotted with ancient oaks and bordered on two sides by the American River, is home to the renowned Effie Yeaw Nature Center. Walk among reconstructed Maidu Indian homes or hit a bucket of golf balls at the award-winning Ancil Hoffman golf course.

California Automobile Museum
California Automobile Museum

Photos from California Automobile Museum's post Don't Forget we had to move last weekends Sunday Drives to this coming Sunday! Check out the cars we will have out.

California State Archives
California State Archives

The California State Archives is a public research facility and we encourage you to come in person to do your research. If, however, you are unable to visit, Reference Services will perform a limited amount of research for you.

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California State Capitol
California State Capitol

Explore the California State Capitol when you travel to Sacramento - Expedia's California State Capitol information guide keeps you in the know!

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California State Capitol Museum
California State Capitol Museum

Visiting California’s seat of government is a memorable experience enhanced by a guided tour of the historic State Capitol. After the re-opening of the restored California State Capitol in 1982, California State Parks began offering tours of both the historic State Capitol building and Capitol Park.

California State Capitol Park
California State Capitol Park

Governor Hiram Johnson enlisted the help of the states' schoolchildren in 1914 to create a section of Capitol Park that would represent some of California's diverse natural environment. He appealed to youngsters living in each of the state's 58 counties to identify and donate common trees and shrubs from their geographic region for Capitol Park. Today this area of the park preserves several native species that were once common in California's natural world, but are scarce today.

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California State Indian Museum
California State Indian Museum

The State Indian Museum is located in the downtown area of Sacramento at 26th and K Streets. Traveling on I-80, from San Francisco, take Business 80/Hwy 50 east. Take the Business 80 exit (north towards Reno) to the N Street exit.

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California State Military Museum
California State Military Museum

“The fact that the California military museum foundation was referred to directly in state law is very unusual and unorthodox, and quite frankly, improper,” said Lt. Col. Darrin Bender, chief of state policy and liaison for the department.

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California State Railroad Museum
California State Railroad Museum

California State Railroad Museum Foundation does not warrant that any of the materials on its web site are accurate, complete, or current. California State Railroad Museum Foundation may make changes to the materials contained on its web site at any time without notice.

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Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament
Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

Welcome to the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, the Seat of the Bishop and the spiritual center of the Sacramento Diocese since 1889, as well as home to a diverse and welcoming parish community.

Cesar E. Chavez Plaza
Cesar E. Chavez Plaza

Coordinates Cesar E. Chavez Plaza is a city park in Sacramento, California named after César Chávez.

Crocker Art Museum
Crocker Art Museum

The Crocker Art Museum, formerly the E. B. Crocker Art Gallery is the longest continuously-operating art museum in the West. Located in Sacramento, California, the Museum hosts one of the state’s premier collections of Californian art.

Discovery Park
Discovery Park

Discovery Park is located beside I-5 in downtown Sacramento. This Parks is located both within the City of Sacramento limits and the unincorporated County During the winter, you might see Discovery Park underwater during high water.

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Downtown Sacramento
Downtown Sacramento

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Effie Yeaw Nature Center
Effie Yeaw Nature Center

Resident Animals. The Effie Yeaw Nature Center cares for nearly 30 non-releasable animals native to the American River system. Learn More

Fairytale Town
Fairytale Town

Fairytale Town is a nonprofit park dedicated to promoting the imagination, creativity and education of children. Fairytale Town is a nonprofit park dedicated to promoting the imagination, creativity and education of children.

Folsom Lake
Folsom Lake

The Folsom Lake reservoir is formed by Folsom Dam, built in 1955 to control and retain the American River. The dam and reservoir are part of the Folsom Project, which also includes the Nimbus afterbay reservoir and dam facilities.

Funderland Park
Funderland Park

I’m impressed by how Funderland caters to families … The great thing is the simplicity. The park size is easily manageable for parents with young kids …

Governor's Mansion State Historic Park
Governor's Mansion State Historic Park

Get directions, reviews and information for Governor's Mansion State Historic Park in Sacramento, CA.

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Granite Regional Park
Granite Regional Park

Northern California’s destination skate park, Granite Skate Park is a 45,000 sq. ft. facility, one of the largest skate parks in the country. The park was designed by award winning skate park designer Wally Hollyday, who included input from local skaters.

Hagan Community Park
Hagan Community Park

Park Description At nearly 80 acres, Hagan Community Park is the largest park within CRPD. It is also located adjacent to the American River Parkway, providing quick access to natural walking and biking trails and eco-friendly commuter routes to downtown Sacramento.

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International World Peace Rose Gardens
International World Peace Rose Gardens

I nternational World Peace Rose Gardens (IWPRG) is a catalyst for peace in diverse communities around the world. The nonprofit organization was incorporated in 1988 for the purpose of creating beautiful rose gardens for peace on public, accessible sites.

Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail
Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail

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.

Jensen Botanical Gardens
Jensen Botanical Gardens

After his death, a group of citizens formed the Charles C. Jensen Botanical Garden, Inc Committee to preserve the garden. Their fund raising efforts were successful and the garden became the property of the Carmichael Recreation and Park District in 1976.

Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park
Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park

Welcome to Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park After a 14-year, $22 million restoration and rehabilitation, the Mansion is now open to the public as a museum. It also serves the citizens of California as the state’s official reception center for leaders from around the world.

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McKinley Park
McKinley Park

McKinley Park 601 Alhambra Blvd. McKinley Park Playground: The McKinley Playground is a colorful custom designed playground, which is based on East Sacramento’s 125 year old past.

North Natomas Regional Park
North Natomas Regional Park

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Old Sacramento
Old Sacramento

Old Sacramento is a historic eight-block section of Downtown. Each of our over 100 businesses are independently operated with separate hours of operation. Generally shops open around 10 a.m. and are open until the early evenings.

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Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum
Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum

The Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum is open most weekdays and weekends to the general public, and weekdays by appointment for school field trips. Costumed schoolmarms and school masters are available to tell about school life in 19th century California, and sometimes even lead visitors in a lesson.

Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Old Sacramento State Historic Park

Today, the Old Sacramento Historic District covers the area between the river frontage and Interstate 5, between I Street and the Capitol Mall. The State Historic Park comprises about a third of the total acreage of the district including half of the waterfront, a large grassy area and railroad features.

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Old Sugar Mill
Old Sugar Mill

Old Sugar Mill Originally built in 1934 as an operating beet sugar refinery, the Old Sugar Mill now hosts fifteen unique wineries offering varietals from all over Northern California. Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera, Tempranillo, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Sangiovese are just a few of the featured wines.

Paradise Beach
Paradise Beach

Paradise Beach is located near California State University, Sacramento, on a oxbow bend in the river which creates a cove where cautious swimmers and skimmers can play. The park is a popular destination for swimming families and young adults.

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Pony Express Statue
Pony Express Statue

Pony Express Statue in Old Sacramento State Historic Park. Pony Express Statue Infomation. Sculptor: Thomas Holland Material: Bronze Statue Weight: 3,800 lbs

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Powerhouse Science Center
Powerhouse Science Center

Volunteers provide vital support throughout the museum, assisting with special events and museum programs, and lending a helping hand to staff behind-the-scenes. From teenagers to seniors; science novices to science professionals, it takes all types to make us a Powerhouse.

Raging Waters Sacramento
Raging Waters Sacramento

Raging Waters Sacramento is the perfect destination for families of all ages! Located in the heart of the city, Raging Waters Sacramento features more than 25 exhilarating water attractions, breath-taking slides, crystal clear pools and fun-filled activities for children and adults of all ages.

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River Bend Park
River Bend Park

River Bend Park is one of Sacramento’s oldest county parks. A long central road paralleling the river links you to this park’s many recreation facilities. Wild turkeys and deer rustle in the grass beneath young oaks, while the bright green, carefully cared-for picnic area is a delicious place to stop for lunch.

River Walk Park
River Walk Park

The River Walk Park is a paved trail that goes along the west bank of the Sacramento River. Between the trail and the river are many picnic areas. Along the trail itself are many educational signs that talk about the settlement of Sacramento, as well as the natural habitat of the river.

Sacramento Children's Museum
Sacramento Children's Museum

Sacramento Children's Museum is a children's museum at 2701 Prospect Park near Sacramento, California. It includes hands-on activities for children. Sacramento Children's Museum is a children's museum at 2701 Prospect Park near Sacramento, California.

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Sacramento History Museum
Sacramento History Museum

The Sacramento History Museum is located in the heart of Historic Old Sacramento. We are located next to the beautiful Sacramento River and two buildings away from the California State Railroad Museum.

Sacramento Zoo
Sacramento Zoo

The Sacramento Zoo is a nonprofit, educational organization proudly accredited by the American Association of Zoos and Aquariums. We strive to inspire appreciation, respect and a connection with wildlife and nature through education, recreation and conservation.

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Scandia Fun Center
Scandia Fun Center

If you want something fun to do in Sacramento, California, come to Scandia family fun center. We have rides, arcades, miniature golf and more.

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Sutter's Fort
Sutter's Fort

The Friends of Sutter’s Fort is a nonprofit 501 c 3 organization dedicated to the enhancement, preservation and protection of Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park, and educational and interpretive programs at the park.

Tahoe Park
Tahoe Park

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The California Museum
The California Museum

The California Museum in downtown Sacramento is part of the California State Archives collection and is designed to showcase some of the history and artifacts from California.

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Tiscornia Park
Tiscornia Park

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Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge

The bridge is maintained by the California Department of Transportation as part of State Route 275 and connects West Capitol Avenue and Tower Bridge Gateway in West Sacramento with the Capitol Mall in Sacramento. In 1982, the Tower Bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

William B Pond Recreation Area
William B Pond Recreation Area

Photo of William B Pond Recreation Area - Carmichael, CA, United States by Amy B.

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William Land Regional Park
William Land Regional Park

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Winn Park,
Winn Park,

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