Known for its trendy restaurants, bars, and boutiques, Midtown Sacramento is the city’s vibrant urban core. This neighborhood is a magnet for young professionals and creatives looking for an energetic urban lifestyle. Check out popular Midtown hangouts like the historic Crest Theatre, globally-inspired Mama Kim’s Korean restaurant, and Temple Coffee House. Midtown’s numerous art galleries and museums are ideal for a cultured day exploring the local arts scene. And music lovers of all ages will adore the free Sunday summer evening concerts at Cesar Chavez Plaza.

Old Sacramento

History buffs will delight in Old Sacramento, Sacramento’s historic riverside district. Cobblestone streets and restored mid-19th century buildings transport you back to the California Gold Rush era. Must-see attractions include the California State Railroad Museum, the Sacramento History Museum, and the Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum. Ride an old-fashioned horse-drawn carriage or paddlewheeler boat for a unique tour experience. And sample craft beers at local brewhouses like Ten Ten Room or Hoppy’s Railyard Kitchen & Hopgarden.

East Sacramento

Charming East Sacramento entices visitors with stately historic homes, quiet tree-lined streets, and locally-owned shops and eateries. Take an afternoon stroll down McKinley Park’s rose garden. Grab a hearty breakfast at classic dive Gunther’s Restaurant before browsing unique boutiques along J Street. And be sure to catch a show at the Art Deco Crest Theatre. East Sacramento appeals to those who prefer a laidback neighborhood vibe over big city action.

Land Park

Families flock to Land Park for its wealth of attractions all within one vast park. Let kids burn off energy climbing Monkey Island at Funderland Amusement Park or exploring the Sacramento Zoo. See exotic animals up close during a private zoo tour or rent a Surrey bike for a leisurely ride through the park. Golfers adore the classic William Land Golf Course. And foodies relish the international cuisine found at local eateries like Evan’s Kitchen and Andy Nguyen’s Vegetarian Restaurant.

River Park

Situated along the American River, River Park offers direct access to Sacramento’s stunning natural landscapes. Active travelers enjoy biking, running, or walking along the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail. Cool off with a kayaking or standup paddleboard rental from River Rat Watersports. Spend a quiet morning birdwatching before a picnic lunch at Glenn Hall Park. And grab a craft beer at local favorite Oak Park Brewing Co. River Park delights outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds.

Curtis Park

Eclectic Curtis Park charms visitors with its diverse array of homes, shops, and eateries. Meander past colorful Victorian and Craftsman style houses. Experience hands-on history lessons for the kids at the nearby Sacramento History Museum. Fuel up on artisanal coffee and pastries at Old Soul Co. Then walk off your meal with a stroll through scenic Curtis Park. Home to creative locals and a laidback vibe, Curtis Park encapsulates Sacramento’s character.


Fast-growing Natomas offers suburban living at its finest just outside downtown. Families thrive in Natomas thanks to amenities like North Natomas Regional Park and the massive Discovery Park on the American River. Kids love riding their bikes along Natomas’ miles of bike trails. Catch a concert under the stars at the Amphitheater at Natomas. And refuel on tasty tacos and aguas frescas at authentic taquerias like Tacos El Ray.


Arden-Arcade enchants visitors with its small-town charm and natural beauty. Kick back with a glass of local wine at one of several tasting rooms along Del Paso Boulevard’s emerging “Wine Row”.  Take a peaceful hike among the oaks and granite outcrops of Effie Yeaw Nature Center. Or rent a surrey bike for leisurely rides along the American River Parkway. And end your day indulging in fine dining and breathtaking sunsets at The Kitchen Restaurant.

Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park

Journey back to Sacramento’s earliest days at Sutter’s Fort, the original settlement of the city’s founder John Sutter. Costumed guides bring history to life with demonstrations of blacksmithing, carpentry, and other 1840s frontier skills and trades. Tour the fort’s reconstructed buildings including the blacksmith shop, bakery, and Sutter’s residence.

California State Capitol

No trip to Sacramento is complete without visiting the impressive State Capitol building and grounds. Join a free guided tour to admire the Capitol’s granite exterior, marble hallways, and ornate chambers. Stroll through Capitol Park’s manicured gardens populated with memorials honoring significant Californians. And let kids burn off energy at the park’s two playgrounds.

Fairytale Town

At delightful Fairytale Town, classic stories and nursery rhymes inspire themed structures and play areas. Kids can climb Jack’s giant beanstalk, explore the Three Little Pigs houses, and cross the Crooked Mile inspired by the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. Other highlights include interactive fountains, playhouses, and engaging storybook sets. It’s a magical oasis made for imagination and wonder.

Elk Grove

As one of Sacramento’s fastest growing suburbs, Elk Grove offers a pleasant blend of new and historic. Stroll down Old Town Elk Grove’s historic main street lined with restaurants, antique shops, and boutiques. Experience hands-on agriculture and farming at the Elk Grove Heirloom Vegetable Garden. Taste your way through Elk Grove’s emerging craft beer scene with stops at breweries like Flatland Brewing Co. and Device Brewing Company. And enjoy family fun at Elk Grove Regional Park’s zoo, amusement rides, and water park.


Just 30 minutes from Sacramento, vibrant Roseville entices visitors with shopping, dining, and outdoor adventure. Browse over 150 outlets from top brands at the sprawling Westfield Galleria. Catch a flick at the multi-screen Century Stadium 14, then play a round of mini golf at Golfland SunSplash. Active travelers relish the 60-plus mile trail system winding through Roseville’s open spaces and parks. And foodies indulge in Roseville’s diverse cuisine, from sushi joints to barbecue havens.

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