|The Sacramento Visitors' Guide is your source of the best things to see and do in Sacramento. The guide is published three times per year and features the best Sacramento attractions, acivities and sights. See why we're so fond of saying California Begins Here.
Get the scoop on Downtown and Midtown restaurants, the best activities to share with family (including pets) and where to stay. Also find a quick roundup of 10 seasonal things to do. Each issue also features a local's perspective.
In this issue: We highlight Old Sacramento -- Sacramento's historic district with buildings dating to the Gold Rush era. Get the lowdown on all the best sites in the area, then head out for a visit. We also showcase family-friendly Sacramento activities, local golf courses, restaurants with love on the menu, 10 ways to capture the spirit of the city, and we shine a spotlight on some unique and handmade creations from locals.
Past local perspectives have included Mayor Kevin Johnson, artist David Garibaldi and local farmer Suzanne Peabody-Ashworth to talk about how Sacramento is America's Farm-to-Fork Capital.
Check out the online version of the guide or request one from our office by clicking here, calling 916.808.7777 or mailing us at 1608 I St. Sacramento, CA 95814.
|Fall 2016: Get all the information you need on Sacramento's brand-new Golden 1 Center, home of the NBA's Sacramento Kings and the newest additon to downtown. In addition to all the how-to info on the arena, get an in-the-kitchen look at how the ans are fed with Executive Chef Michael Tuohy. Also, ramp up for the holidays with our guide on 10 ways to catch the holiday spirit, and see why a trip down Sacramento's L Street is one way to get a feel for the vibe of the city from past to present. Read more.|
|Spring 2016: You'll get to know Music Circus' Richard Lewis, who shares insight into Sacramento's arts community. You'll also get a peek at some of Sacramento's best ways to cool off in the region's water attractions, find 10 ways to celebrate summer in the capital city and be introduced to a neighborhood that was once off the tourist track but is now in the midst of a bustling revival and shouldn't be missed. Read more.|