Your visit to Sacramento, California, can begin with food because you will be in America's Farm-to-Fork Capital; it can begin with history because the Gold Rush and California beginnings started here; or it can begin with nature because rivers, trails and park wind through the city for your recreation and admiration. Sacramento begins with you.

Whether it's your first time, a weekend whim aboard the train, or your 10th time on a trip to see friends and family, you'll find plenty of things to do on your visit to Sacramento.


Check out Sacramento 365, the citywide calendar of events, for a complete list of Sacramento-area events for the young and young at heart.

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America's Farm-to-Fork Capital

With the region's abundance of local produce, our restaurants love showcasing why Sacramento is truly America's Farm-to-Fork Capital.

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History in Old Sacramento Waterfront & Beyond

Old Sacramento Waterfront is a 28-acre historic riverfront district with more than 125 boutique shops, restaurants and attractions.

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Sacramento Regional Wine Country

The region is home to one of California's oldest wine-producing areas. Over 200 wineries in the region and most offer free tastings.

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Urban Sacramento

Check out Downtown and Midtown Sacramento to find theaters, art galleries, cultural venues, boutique shops and entertainment venues.

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Restaurants & Drinks

Surrounding farmers and growers keep Sacramento restaurants serving up the freshest ingredients via creative menus.

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Outdoor Recreation

Sacramento has biking/walking trail surrounded by acres of parks, fishing spots, kayaking, and tubing areas.

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Gold Country

Just 45 minutes from Sacramento, picturesque scenic Gold Rush-era towns and cities can be found.

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Nearby Places

Sacramento's location puts you within hours of several renowned attractions such as Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, and San Francisco.

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