Student Travel Frequently Asked Questions
What attractions can my group visit in Sacramento?
Gold Rush historic sites including The California State Railroad Museum, Sutter's Fort and Old Sacramento. Sacramento also has more than 25 museums throughout the region, including the Crocker Art Museum, The Aerospace Museum of California and the California Museum, to name a few. Other options include Esquire IMAX Theater, River Cats baseball, free Capitol tours and so much more. Related: Student-Friendly Attractions in Sacramento.
Are there student-friendly hotels in Sacramento?
Sacramento has many student-friendly hotels that work with student budgets. Most of these hotels include free motor coach parking as well as a hot breakfast in the rate. Our student properties are experts in the student market and will help make your stay run smoothly (and safely).
What about student-friendly restaurants?
Sacramento is full of great restaurants. Familiar favorites such as Bucca di Beppo, The Old Spaghetti Factory and Joe's Crab Shack are popular with students as well as great local options that you will only experience in Sacramento. Sacramento is America's Farm-to-Fork Capital, so even lunch can be a great learning experience for your groups.
Can you provide a step-on guide?
Step-on guides can be arranged and can provide anything from a three-hour Sacramento city tour to a two-day Gold Rush history tour. Our step-on guides can even take your group on a quick 90-minute trip over to San Francisco. Most step-on guides are ITMI graduates and experts in not only Sacramento history, but California history as well.
How can I best maximize my time in Sacramento?
Get the most of your time in our city by letting us do the work for you. Allow us to find the perfect hotel, plan your itinerary, assist with attraction and restaurant reservations and much more. We can even include value-added incentives for groups spending the night in a Sacramento hotel. Contact me for more information about other services we can offer your groups.