The Sacramento History Museum is bringing the Old Sacramento Waterfront to you! Sit back while you explore and experience a new side of what life was like in 19th century Sacramento with gripping true stories that follow in the footsteps of murderers, ne’er-do-wells and common citizens alike.
1. Old Sacramento State Historic Park Blocked off to street traffic, this corner of the Old Sacramento Waterfront relives the days when the Pony Express and first Transcontinental Railroad...
The nearby mines (including Empire Mine, now a state historic park), which operated between 1850 and 1870, extracted more than $400 million in gold. Both towns built flourishing business...
The rebranded Old Sacramento Waterfront is a 28-acre national registered landmark along the Sacramento River that dates back to the mid-1800s. More than 100 businesses operate within the district, which includes private and city-owned property and a state historic park.
1. Take A Visit To Old Sacramento State Historic Park. The Sacramento State Historic Park is a 28-acre outdoor museum that preserves and interprets Sacramento's Gold Rush and early California history.
Home Explore Holiday Old Sacramento Waterfront: Holiday District Holiday, Old Sacramento November 29, 2023 Old Sacramento Waterfront: Holiday District Marlee Wallace While Old Sacramento is always picturesque, it really shines during Fall and Winter.
3. Old Sacramento State Historic Park. Not officially a museum, but wandering around Old Sacramento is a glimpse into history and totally free to enjoy. Spend some time exploring Old Sacramento. Sacramento’s original business district from the Gold Rush era is now a state historic park, with more than 50 historic buildings.
Located on the original ground floor of the Arcade Building in historic Old Sacramento, our venue provides a classic and elegant setting with an industrial twist! Arcade Underground offers both indoor & outdoor venue options for a one-of-a-kind ceremony and reception.
California Native Americans praise importance of new Indigenous monument in Sacramento Watch on Sacramento History Museum presents new exhibit honoring Native Americans.
Front St. & K St., Sacramento, CA 95814. Old Sacramento is the riverfront historic district, with Gold Rush-era buildings, cobblestone streets, and horse-drawn carriages. It’s home to numerous museums, including the Sacramento History Museum and the state Railroad Museum, which offers excursion train rides.