1701 Sutterville Road William Land Park Sacramento, CA 95822 +1 916 277 1207
This 9-hole layout, at 5208 yards, has the length and difficulty of many 18-hole courses. With a pair of par-four holes and one par-five, even low handicappers will find their skills challenged. In fact, many regulars consider the par-three, third hole to be one of the best holes north of Pebble Beach. William Land Park Golf Course maturity is evident in the large trees lining the fairways and lush, manicured greens.
3901 Land Park Drive Sacramento, CA 95822 +1 916 264 7462
Fairytale Town is a world of Mother Goose where fairy tales come to life. Children can chase each other around the crooked mile and crawl on the tortoise and the hare. Captain Hook's pirate ship, Owl's tree house and King Arthur's table are all here. The petting zoo has a variety of animals to see, from sheep to donkeys. You can bring a picnic lunch or purchase hot dogs, corn dogs, nachos and drinks from a concession stand.
1000 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 +1 916 448 5665
More than 20,000 pioneers from the Gold Rush era (1840s) "rest in peace" here, including John A. Sutter, Jr. (founder of Sacramento), Edwin Bryant Crocker and Mark Hopkins (two of the "Big Four" of railroading). This well-maintained Historic City Cemetery was established in 1849. You will find fresh air, beautiful flowers, art sculptures and historical facts. You can easily spend several hours exploring the history entombed on this 28-acre site. Self-guided tour maps are available at the entrance.
1350 17th Avenue Sacramento, CA 95822 +1 916 456 0115
Conveniently located across from the Sacramento Zoo, Funderland is an amusement park designed for kids 12 and under. Popular rides include the Tea Cups, the Dragon Coaster, the Airplanes, and the Funderland train. There is also a carousel and old-fashioned bumper cars. Admission is free, but there are tickets for the rides. Private party rentals are also available, and the place features an on-site snack bar too.
3930 West Land Park Drive Sacramento, CA 95822 +1 916 264 5888
The Sacramento Zoo is home to more than 400 animals, including the snow leopard, red panda, eagles and reptiles. In addition to the animals, the zoo has lakes, gardens, an educational amphitheater, and a train that runs through the premises. Service and amenities also include picnic areas, concessions, gift store, stroller rentals and complimentary wheelchairs.
2200 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95818 +1 916 442 6802
The California Auto Museum displays antique automobiles of all makes and models. Antique mannequins and artifacts enhance this museum's history of the automobile. Showcasing more than 150 classics, the museum also features dream exhibits which explore society's passion for speed, independence and the "cool" image associated with cars. Guided tours, video programs, group discounts, a gift shop, private party room (with cars displayed) and a research library are available.
1000 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 832 4751
Enjoying a convenient location in Downtown Sacramento, Assembly gives you the chance to enjoy some wonderful performances. The line-up is not restricted to music; instead, improv comedy and many more cultural acts are encouraged. A 9000 square foot (836.127 square meter) space, this venue also features a full bar.
1417 R Street Sacramento, CA 95811 +1 800 204 4401(Toll Free)
Ace of Spades is a splendid live music space that enjoys it's downtown location in Sacramento. A one-of-a-kind in its league, this one is an all-ages venue that welcomes those of all ages, depending on the event. Check website for a list of upcoming gigs.
1400 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 +1 916 808 5291
The Exhibit Hall at the Sacramento Convention Center is a 134,000 square-foot space that is a prominent venue for a multitude of events the year round. During event days, this hall spans five divisions serving various purposes. This venue has played host to events such as 'California State Home & Garden Show' and Cheer leading Competitions.
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Thousands of school children come here to learn about the
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Located next to Sutter's Fort, California State Indian Museum displays
history from the Native American perspective. View intricately woven baskets, ceremonial dance regalia, sacred objects, headdresses, native instruments and other cultural items used by California's native people. Themes surrounding ...