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September 15, 2018

Visit The Sacramento Zoo

The Sacramento Zoo - which is located in Sacramento, California - is home to over five hundred different species of animals. This is quite the feat, considering that when they first opened in 1927 there were only forty species of animals on site. Some of the animals in question that are able to be viewed by the public are around ten different kinds of primates (Sumatran Orangutan, chimpanzee, Mongoose Lemur, etc), three different breeds of large wild cats (African Lions, Snow Leopards, and Jagua...

July 15, 2018

Old Sacramento State Historic Park

Sacramento, California, the state capitol, also known as “The City of Trees,” attracts tourists from all over the world. Enjoy gourmet cuisine, unique architecture, and rich history around every corner and breathtaking nature views only a short drive away. During your stay, be sure to visit Old Sacramento State Historic Park.  Visit Old Sacramento State Historic Park Located on the Sacramento River, and remodeled for tourists since the 1960’s, Old Sacramento State Histor...

June 15, 2018

Explore Sacramento History Museum

About the Sacramento History Museum The Sacramento History Museum is located in Sacramento, California. The exhibits within the museum all focus on the history of the first Sacramento residents; the pioneers that flooded in during the California Gold Rush from 1848 until 1855. The Sacramento History Museum also features several interactive exhibition pieces that bring the early life of Sacramento settlers to life as well as its place in both California and the nation as a whole. One of their p...

May 15, 2018

Visit Sutter’s Fort in Sacramento

Sutter’s Fort Sacramento is considered to be one of the most renowned of all Sacramento attractions. This historical landmark features many artifacts that preserve the history behind pioneer and Californian settlement. In many ways, Sutter’s Fort provides the public with a greater understanding of the development of the state of California, and the influence of John Sutter, the man responsible for the construction of Sutter’s Fort. About Sutter’s Fort in Sacramento In 1...

April 15, 2018

Explore Midtown area of Sacramento

About Midtown Midtown Sacramento is a historic district, located east of downtown Sacramento, commonly referred to as Midtown. Midtown Sacramento is known for being the most modern, and up to date district in California’s capital. Sacramento’s art galleries and local live music are some of the reasons why the district is rapidly gaining popularity. Every second Saturday of the month, Midtown businesses, and art shops open their doors from 6 - 9 pm for a massive arthop, and in the su...

March 15, 2018

Hiking & Boating at Folsom Lake

Sacramento, California, the state capitol, also known as “The City of Trees,” attracts tourists from all over the world. Enjoy gourmet cuisine, unique architecture, and rich history around every corner and breathtaking nature view only a short drive away. During your stay, be sure to visit Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. Folsom Lake Folsom Lake State Recreation Area is located in the Sierra-Nevada foothills approximately 25 miles east of Sacramento and can be reached by both maj...

February 15, 2018

Play Golf at Haggin Oaks in Sacramento, CA

Haggin Oaks Golf Complex is an awarded winning golf facility in Sacramento California. It has two championship golf courses and a teaching facility that boasts of fifteen golf professionals with over ten junior and senior, private and group programs. There is a lighted driving range covering more than a hundred stalls across five greens with two bunkers. The facility is typically open twenty-four hours a day during summer. There are two courses with contrasting levels of difficulty. Beginners ca...

January 15, 2018

Explore Raging Waters in Sacramento

Raging Waters Sacramento, formerly known as WaterWorld USA and later as Six Flags Waterworld, is located at the grounds of Cal Expo at 1600 Exposition Blvd. It is the largest water park in the Sacramento area. For almost forty years now, Raging Waters has been the de facto destination for a day of fun and frolic for people in the city and tourists who want to escape the summer sun and cool off. The water park has more than two dozen attractions, all of which are suitable for kids as well as adul...

December 15, 2017

Tour Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park

The Leland Stanford Mansion is one of the most popular state historic parks in Sacramento, for it is an impressive specimen of Second Empire architecture that reminds us of the beauty and glory of the Victorian era and its presence in modern day California. This 19,000 square foot mansion is a site that impresses visitors with its gorgeous crystal chandeliers, polished French wooden panels, and gilded mirrors. Today, it serves as a historic state park for the citizens of California, and the off...

November 15, 2017

Catch a Sacramento Rivercats Baseball Game

Sacramento is a capital city that is rich in entertainment, culture, and sports. There are so many fun activates to keep you engaged while visiting Sacramento, California. If you want to spend some quality time with your family and friends, consider catching a minor league baseball game at Raley’s Field where the Sacramento Rivercats. Catch a Sacramento River Cats Baseball Game If you find yourself somewhere around West Sacramento, California, one of the best things to do is purchase a tic...

October 15, 2017

The Sacramento Zoo And The State Fair

Sacramento is the capital of California and one of the most interesting places in the state to visit. Sacramento is the sixth largest city in California and was named after the Sacramento River which rests along the city’s western border. The city is known for its diversity, great California weather, and seemingly endless attractions. About the Sacramento Zoo Over 500 rare, native, and endangered animals call The Sacramento Zoo home. Here visitors have an opportunity to learn about more ...