Sacramento Museums

Aerospace Musem of California
Features 28 USAF planes dating to WWII plus 2 Russian Mig, and state-of-the art Aviation Learning Center. Open to the public: Tues.-Fri. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sun. noon-4 p.m. Closed on Monday and major holidays.

California State Military Museum
Exhibits reflect California's rich militia and military heritage from pre-statehood to contemporary times. The museum contains more than 30,000 artifacts, documents and memorabilia, a historical research center, gift shop and event space.

California State Capitol Museum
California's State Capitol is both a beautiful historic building and the place where California's governing bodies do their work. Come in and take a tour.

California State Indian Museum
Preliminary concepts for the new California Indian Heritage Center facility include formal exhibit galleries for historic and contemporary exhibitions, a theater, outdoor village reconstructions, native plant gardens, and ceremonial areas.

California State Railroad Musem
Located in Old Sacramento. Throughout the year, experience lavishly restored trains, engaging exhibits, and unique special events. Every weekend April-September, ride behind a steam locomotive on the Museum’s Sacramento Southern Railroad.

Crocker Art Musem
The Crocker Art Museum, with its collection spanning from 15th century to contemporary periods, is the oldest continually operating public art museum in the West and is considered to be the finest example of Victorian Italianate architecture in the United States. Public tours, concerts and museum store.

Discovery Museum's Gold Rush History Center
From local to international immigrant miners, gold panning and sluicing techniques, to the modernization of hydraulic and hard rock mining, learn how the Gold Rush established Sacramento as a prominent city rich in ethnic backgrounds and nationalities.

Discovery Museum's Science & Space Center
Discovering Science at the Discovery Museum means Natural History, Earth and Space exploration. For the livelier side of Mother Earth, relax, take a stroll or simply admire the 14 acres of Heritage Oaks including redwood trees and other native plants in our Nature Trail.

Folsom History Museum
The Museum is operated by the Folsom Historical Society, located in historic downtown Folsom. It is the home to a wonderful collection of artifacts and treasures that chronicle the settlement and development of the Folsom area.

Leland Stanford Mansion
State Historic Park

Open to the public as a museum and serves the citizens of California as the state's official reception center for leaders from around the world. A stunning example of the splendor and elegance of the Victorian era in California, the four story, 19,000 square foot Mansion dates from 1856.

The California Museum for
History, Women and the Arts

The California Museum tells the rich history of California and its unique influence on the world of ideas, innovation and culture. The Museum educates and enlightens the audience about California history incorporating the experiences of women and other underrepresented groups.

Wells Fargo History Museum
Wells Fargo's history is interpreted through exhibits that include documents, photographs, gold scales, an active telegraph and numerous other items that explain its banking, mail and express operations at this treasure-filled museum.


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