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Aerospace Museum of California
   

 

3200 Freedom Park Drive • McClellan Park
916.643-3192
www.aerospaceca.org

Hours: Tues – Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 10am-5pm

 

Ground control has cleared you for landing at the Aerospace Museum of California. On the former McClellan Air Force Base, the museum features dozens of meticulously restored military and civilian aircraft, NASA- supported exhibits, state-of-the-art Aerospace Learning Center, flight simulator and gift shop.

 http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html  
   
   
California Automobile Museum
  

2200 Front Street • Downtown Sacramento .442.6802
www.calautomuseum.org


Hours: Daily: 10am – 6pm; 3rd Thurs 10am – 9pm

Vroom! Vroom! The California Automobile Museum chronicles the development and impact of the automobile with over 150 classic vehicles on display including race cars, muscle cars, hot rods, luxury cars and early models. Don't forget to get a souvenir in the gift shop or enjoy a soda in the 50s style ice cream parlor.

 http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html 
   
   
California Foundry History Museum
   

 

5301 Price Avenue • McClellan Park  1 929.8001
www.foundryhistory.com

Hours:Mon–Fri 11am–3pm
Free Admission

 

Foundries, where metal castings for bells, pipes, fire hydrants and more are produced, played a significant role in the development of California. Here, you will learn about California's oldest industry foundries from Gold Rush techniques to today's technology.

 http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html  
   
   
The California Museum
   

 

10th & 0 Streets • Downtown Sacramento
916.653.7524
www.californiamuseum.org

Hours: Tue-Sat 10 am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm

 

The California Museum – home of the California Hall of Fame – is a cultural destination dedicated to telling the rich history of California and its unique influence on the world of ideas, innovation, art and culture. Through captivating, interactive and innovative experiences, the Museum seeks to inspire people of all ages to dream the California dream.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

California State Capitol Museum
   

Capitol Building, 10th & L Streets • Downtown Sacramento
916.324.0333
www.capitolmuseum.ca.gov


Hours: Daily 9am 5pm • Free Admission

 Want to rub elbows with California's most influential decision makers? The general public has been able to do just that since the State Capitol building opened its doors in Sacramento in 1869. Museum exhibits and historical items offer a glimpse into California's political past while
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California State Indian Museum
   

2618 K Street • Midtown Sacramento
916.324.0971
www.parks.ca.gov/indianmuseum

Hours: Daily 10am–5pm

 

Long before the Gold Rush, Native Americans made their home in California. The California State Indian Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into California’s history and illustrates California Indian culture, arts and the lifestyle of our state’s earliest

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California State Military Museum
   

1119 2nd Street • Old Sacramento
916.854.1900
www.militarymuseum.org

Hours: Tues–Sun 10am–5pm (please call for winter hours)

 

Attention! The California State Military Museum is the state's official military museum and research center, which features three floors of weapons, uniforms, photos and over 30,000 other artifacts that reflect California and U.S. military history from Colonial times through today.

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html  
   
   
California State Railroad Museum
   

2nd and I Streets • Old Sacramento
916.445.6645
www.californiastaterailroadmuseum.org

Hours: Daily 10am–5pm

 

All aboard for the world-famous Railroad Museum! Located at the birthplace of the Transcontinental Railroad, the expansive Railroad Museum showcases how railroads and their workforce have shaped our lives, economy and culture. Hobby enthusiasts will

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Crocker Art Museum
   

216 O Street • Downtown Sacramento
916.808.7000
www.crockerartmuseum.org

 

Established in 1885 by Margaret Crocker, wife of railroad magnate Judge Edwin B. Crocker, the Crocker Art Museum is the first art museum in the western United States. Housed in a grand Victorian-

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Discovery Museum Science & Space Center
   

3615 Auburn Boulevard
916.575.3942
www.thediscovery.org


Hours: Tues–Fri noon–4:30pm; Sat–Sun 10am–4:30pm

 

Blast off to the Discovery Museum Science & Space Center, home to the Challenger Learning Center, where space travel is brought down to earth. Visit the Bone Zone and get your hands on skeletons, skulls and fossils. Our youngest visitors are welcome to play and learn in the Healthy Bones Diner with the  drive-up window.  

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html  
   
   
The Don & June Salvatori California Pharmacy Museum
  

4030 Lennane Drive • Natomas
916.779.1410
www.pharmacyfoundation.org


Hours: Mon–Fri by appointmentFree Admission

California Pharmacy Museum Inspired by California's unique and rich history of pharmacy, the Don & June Salvatori California Pharmacy Museum is just what the doctor ordered. Come celebrate the role of the pharmacist in promoting the health and well-being of Californians since the state's inception in 1850.

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html 
  
  
Explorit Science Center
  

2801 2nd Street • Davis
530.756.0191
www.explorit.org

Hours: Tues 10am-5pm, Wed-Fri 2-5pm,
Sat-Sun 11am-5pm

If there are any budding Einsteins in your family, you'll want to head to Explorit. This hands-on science center lets the whole family get involved with activities and thematic exhibitions created to stimulate learning and share the wonders of science. Explorit also features a nature center and traveling programs.
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Fairytale Town
  

3901 Land Park Drive at Sutterville Road
916.808.7462

www.fairytaletown.org

Hours: Daily 9am–4pm; Nov–Feb Thurs–Sun 10am–4pm (weather permitting)

 

 http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html

Fairytales, nursery rhymes and other children's stories come magically to life at Fairytale Town with giant play sets like the Crooked Mile, Jack and the Beanstalk, and real farm animals who make their home in the lush gardens of the park's two-plus acres of enchantment and fun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Folsom History Museum
  

823 Sutter Street • Folsom
916.985.2707
www.folsomhistorymuseum.org

Hours: Tues–Sun 11am–4pm

The Folsom History Museum houses artifacts chronicling the settlement and development of the city of Folsom and the surrounding region Learn about native peoples, early settlers, the development of hydro-electric power at Folsom Lake, the Pony Express and the prison made famous by Johnny Cash, in addition to a vast selection of intriguing temporary exhibits and a gift shop.

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Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park
  

16th and H Streets • Midtown Sacramento
916.323.3047
www.parks.ca.gov/governorsmansion

Hours: Call for hours

 

Built in 1877, the Governor's Mansion is a regal Victorian mansion that was the home of California's governors from George Pardee in 1903 until Ronald Reagan took office in the late 1960s. While the Capitol acted as the office, this mansion acted as the family home. Enjoy the opulently decorated rooms while learning all the tales, secrets and mischief of the families that lived there.

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Heidrick Ag History Center
  

1962 Hays Lane • Woodland
530.666.9700
www.aghistory.org

Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm,
Sun 10am-4pm

Though Sacramento has grown into a bustling cosmopolitan city, the region's roots are firmly planted on the farm. Just the Heidrick Ag History Center showcases a short drive from downtown Sacramento, the marvels of agriculture and commercial trucking with 130,000 square feet of interactive one-of-a-kind exhibits and the world's largest collection of antique agricultural equipment.

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html 
  
  
Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park
  

800 N Street • Downtown Sacramento
916.324.0575
www.lelandstanfordmansion.org

Hours: Call for hours

Leland Stanford, former California governor, railroad tycoon and founder of Stanford University, purchased what would become this elegant mansion for $ 8,000 in 1861. A recent restoration has recaptured the mansion's Victorian grandeur. Serving as the governor's office prior to the opening of the State Capitol, today it is the State's official location for diplomatic and protocol receptions, but non-diplomats can enjoy its grandeur on daily tours.

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Museum of Medical History
  

5380 Elvas Avenue • East Sacramento
916.456.3152
www.ssvms.org/museum

Hours: Mon–Fri 9am–4pm • Free Admission

Experience the evolution of medicine from the Gold Rush to today in this unique museum presented by the Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society. Exhibits include an iron lung, patent medicines and pharmacology, antibiotics and infectious diseases, Asian medicine, nursing, radiology, quackery and plenty of other tools that will make you grateful for today's modern medicine.

 

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Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum
  

The Old Sacramento Schoolhouse allows you to experience California's early days of education in a living replica of an 1800s one-room schoolhouse. Enjoy the photographs, books, pot-bellied stove, desks and other antique items from the Gold Rush era, but be on your best behavior, or the schoolmarm might make you stay late and clap the dust off the erasers.

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Old Sacramento State Historic Park
  

Front and I Streets • Old Sacramento
916.445.6645
www.parks.ca.gov/oldsacramento

Hours: Daily 10am–5pmFree Admission

Old Sacramento packs a lot of history into just a couple blocks. Check out the cluster of noteworthy early Gold Rush sites including the Eagle Theatre, the BF Hastings Building (once home of the California Supreme Court), the western terminus of the Pony Express, and the 1855 Big Four Building (now home to the Huntington & Hopkins Hardware Store and the California State Railroad Museum Library).

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Sacramento Historic City Cemetery
  

Enter on Broadway at 10th Street
916.448.0811
www.oldcitycemetery.com

Hours: Call for hours

There's much more to see at Sacramento's Historic City Cemetery than you might first think. A true outdoor museum, the cemetery is adorned with ornate statues, dramatic markers and lush gardens, providing a great record of California's history from the Gold Rush Era through today. Keep an eye out for the popular "Lantern Tours" held in October.

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html 
  
  
Sacramento History Museum
  

101 I Street • Old Sacramento
916.808.7059
www.SacHistoryMuseum.org

Hours: Call for hours

Formerly the Discovery Museum History Center, the Sacramento History Museum is a true celebration of all aspects of life in Sacramento over the past 200 years. The Museum tells the stories of our city founders, rivers, the Gold Rush, agriculture, the media, industry, culture and more. If it happened in Sacramento, it's happening at the Sacramento History Museum.

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Sacramento Zoo
  

Land Park Drive at Sutterville Road • Land Park
916.808.5888
www.saczoo.com


Hours: Daily 9am–4pm; Nov–Jan Daily 10am–4pm

Wildly Inspiring! Experience tigers, giraffes, and the reptile house. Catch a wildlife stage show or animal encounter. Situated in green and shady Land Park, this unique zoo features hundreds of rare and endangered animals in addition to hosting a wide variety of special events.

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html 
  
  
Sojourner Truth Multicultural Arts Museum
  

2251 Florin Road • South Sacramento
916.320.9573
www.sojoarts.net


Hours: Mon–Fri 8am–4pm; Sat–Sun 10am–5:30pm
(by appointment)

Named in honor of the celebrated abolitionist and women's rights activist, the Sojourner Truth Multicultural Arts Museum is dedicated to bringing African, Asian, Hispanic and Native American art to the general public. Displaying art from around the world, the museum also features an extensive list of workshops, classes and special events.

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html 
  
  
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park
  

2701 L Street • Midtown Sacramento
916.445.4422
www.parks.ca.gov/suttersfort


Hours: Daily 10am–5pm

All aspiring pioneers will want to mosey on over to Sutter's Fort. Sacramento's road to cityhood can be traced back to this structure, built beginning in 1839, where John Sutter offered supplies and rest to pioneers. As the region's original commerce center, the fort offered a blacksmith shop, bakery, living quarters and more. Be on the look out for a colorful bunch of costumed "living history" docents who call the park home.

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Wells Fargo History Museum - Downtown
  

400 Capitol Mall • Downtown Sacramento
916.440.4161
www.wellsfargohistory.com

Hours: Mon–Fri 9am–5pmFree Admission

At the Wells Fargo History Museum’s downtown location, the company’s rich history is highlighted with interpretive exhibits that showcase Wells Fargo’s banking history, staging and its commercial role in Sacramento’s history. Original documents and artifacts include postal history, treasure boxes and the iconic and beautifully restored Concord stagecoach.

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html 
  
  
Wells Fargo History Museum - Old Sacramento
  
Make your next stage stop at the Wells Fargo History Museum in Old Sacramento and view artifacts including gold scales, a treasure box, a working telegraph and a model of a Concord stagecoach.

1000 2nd Street • Old Sacramento •
916.440.4263
www.wellsfargohistory.com


Hours: Daily 10am–5pmFree Admission

  http://www.sacmuseums.org/findamuseum.html