Fairytale Town is a family park with all kinds of entertaining and educational things for children to see and do.
The park has farm animals, learning gardens, and theme play areas based on fairytales and nursery rhymes.
This magnificent Victorian villa, built in 1878, served as a residence for thirteen Californian Governors, the last being Ronald Reagan, who lived there from 1966 to 1975.
This mansion lies within the Governor's Mansion State Historic Park.
The Sacramento Zoo is a great family attractions, with hundreds of exotic animals from all over the world.
They also have interesting collections of birds and reptiles.
It houses restored locomotives and railway coaches of all ages. Located in Old Sacramento, this is one of the premier attractions in the city.
Some cars are furnished, complete with dining place settings that show the level of comfort once offered on these trains. There are also model trains and areas geared towards children.
The building itself, which started with just the original 1873 Victoria house, has undergone restorations which saw the addition of the contemporary, 125,000 square foot "Teel Family Pavilion".
Over 160 antique and classic vehicles are on display, depicting the story of the development of the automobile in America.
Exhibit vehicles range in age from the late 1800s to the early 2000s.
The original museum building and collection, which still forms the backbone of the museum, were donated by Margaret Crocker.
This private collection was assembled by Judge Edwin B Crocker in the 1860s.