CALIFORNIA STATE RAILROAD MUSEUM
125 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Directions
Facility Rentals, Exhibitions, Library, Stores, Railroad Safety, Tours, Teacher Resources, Birthday Parties, Kid's Corner, Collections, Displays, Educational Programs & Excursion Train Rides
California State Railroad Museum is one of the most significant and most extensive museums on the United States railroad. It has 21 locomotives and other rolling stock on display, including two trains from the Transcontinental Railroad building of the 1860s. Among thousands of tourists every year, they pull up the past and future experience of railroading near and personal. It has 225,000 square feet of exhibits, including beautiful old train cars, including locomotives that highlight California and the West's train past. Tourists can take a ride along the rails, which played a key role in the Golden State's growth. You can see the railway's history brought to life by engaging displays. The museum provides the Sierra Foothills, Railtown 1897, which shows steam locomotives and trains from the 19th century.
Adults - $12
Youths (ages 6-17) - $6
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3930 West Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95822 Directions
Aquariums, Overnight Safari, K-6th Grade Camps, Garden, Events, Field Trips and Groups, Special Event Calendar, Attractions, Daily Education and Summer Program, Teacher Resources, Pre-K/ Adult and Senior Classes, Souvenirs, Offsite and Evening Programs, Snacks & Shop
Sacramento Zoo is a nonprofit organization, officially accredited by the American Zoos and Aquariums Association. They aim through education, leisure, and conservation to promote love, reverence, and a connection with wildlife and nature. The 4.2-acre zoo housed a collection of 40 species, including monkeys, raccoons, birds, deers, and other small animals. Visitors can enjoy birthday parties with your kids. Nearly 4,000 wild species, including snow leopards and red pandas, are available for viewing. It provides five-day camps and one-day career classes with practical experience. It affords complimentary admission for children ages 0-1.
Price: General admission - $17.50
Senior admission 65+ - $16.50
Children ages 2-11 - $12.50
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CROCKER ART MUSEUM
216 O Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Directions
School and Educator Programs, Studio Art Classes, Tours and Talks, Special Events, Stores, Food, Exhibitions, Drink, Artwork, Collections, Music, Library Collection, Film & Shop
Crocker Art Museum hosts the world's largest California art show and is known for its collections of European master drawings and modern ceramics. The Museum has also dedicated the entire first floor of the historic building as an educational center, which includes four classrooms, student space, and exhibitions in the neighborhood. It provides a range of exhibits, conferences, and services to boost its holdings, including movies and concerts. The family museum went through many uses and historical records until the historic façade was restored in 1989, and a new gallery interior was built. The festival attracted a total of 20,000 visitors from within and outside the area. It affords 12 months free general admission.