Your Guide to Sacramento
Time Magazine called Sacramento the most diverse city in America. To find out what makes our community click, check out "Your Guide to Sacramento," where you'll find everything - from what to do on a Saturday night to where to go when you need public services.
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Sacramento has a vibrant art scene that is on display on the second Saturday night of every month in the Second Saturday Art Walk. On a Second Saturday, galleries are open late so art lovers can wander in and appreciate local art. To find out more, click here.
Sacramento is quickly becoming known for its growing number of restaurants and boutiques in its central urban core. To get a taste of downtown/midtown Sacramento check out Midtowngrid.com. Click here for listings.
Lovers of the stage can always find a show or play to see in Sacramento. The best way to do that is to check with the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance (SARTA), an alliance of local production houses. To get a rundown of what's playing around town and when, click here.
The Sacramento Ballet has been an integral part of the Sacramento community for more than fifty years. To find show times, click here.
The Sacramento region is centered at the confluence of two rivers, the American and the Sacramento. The natural beauty of our community is highlighted by our public parks. To find a public park near you click here.
Sacramento is the cradle of California's great Central Valley, where the state's farmers put food on the world's table. Sacramento residents have a front seat at that table – you can find a farmers' market somewhere in the Sacramento region five days a week. Click here for details.
Kids of all ages can enjoy the Sacramento Zoo. To find out when the Zoo is open and which animals are on display, click here for details.
The longest continuously operating art museum in the West is the Crocker Art Museum. The Museum offers a variety of education programs for Youth & Family, Schools & Teachers and the Public. Click here for details.
Sacramento is California’s Capital. Visitors from all over the world come to Sacramento to check out the Capitol building. To schedule a tour of the Capitol click here.
In many respects, the history of Sacramento is the history of California. From the Gold Rush to the Transcontinental Railroad and beyond, visitors of Sacramento’s museums can learn how the Golden State was built. The Sacramento Museum Guide is an excellent resource for finding a museum near you. Click here for details.