Things To Do

As Sacramento continues to weather the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the city is under the red tier of the California coronavirus regulations, meaning the county has added restrictions on indoor activities. Restaurants and bars serving food are open at 25 percent capacity for indoor dining. Gyms and fitness centers are open at limited capacity, and movie theaters are now open at 25 percent capacity. Additionally, other indoor attractions such as museums are open at limited capacity. Wineries, breweries and distilleries are open for outdoor visits, with limited hours (they must close at 8 p.m.) Retail operations, personal services and shopping centers are restricted to 50 percent capacity..

Like always, Sacramento's temperate weather allows plenty of outdoor activities, ranging from hiking and biking to wandering the streets enjoying the myriad murals painted throughout the city.

Visit our guide to safety-conscious activities here, and we look forward to the future when we can all gather in person safely.

If you prefer online and virtual activities, tours, music and more to enjoy, visit Sacramento365 to see all listings. Learn more about visiting Sacramento safely here.

Visit a Museum

Several Sacramento Museums are now open. Take a look at them and plan your visit today.

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Take a Road Trip Through Gold Country

Make Sacramento your home base for a road trip through California Gold Country

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Sacramento Encourages Outdoor Dining with “Farm-to-Fork Al Fresco"

Restaurants in Sacramento have taken over parking lots and streets to expand outdoor dining.

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Sacramento Provides Activities to Match Your Level of Comfort

The Sacramento region offers options for you to reconnect with your family and explore.

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Top Five Sacramento Outdoor Activities

If you’re looking for a physical distancing activity to take a mental break or spend time with family that’s not in the house, but still safe, choose...

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