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Sacramento is the capital of California and one of the best destinations to visit in the state. The city combines a beautiful mix of old-school Sacramento with contemporary dining, shopping, and culture. Museums in Old Sacramento stand side-by-side with malls, historic buildings, and swish restaurants. The stunning California coastline and tropical weather make Sacramento one of the best vacation destinations ever.

Whether you are looking to explore historical districts or simply unwind, Sacramento should definitely be on your to-do list.

State Capitol

The State Capitol is one of the top attractions in Sacramento. Its Neoclassical architecture and expansive gardens make it one of the most stunning State buildings in the country. The State Capitol Museum inside the building contains several antiques, portraits, and artwork. One of the most visited attractions here is the Vietnam War Memorial that pays tribute to soldiers who fought and died during the longest war fought by the US. Sacramento’s State Capitol lies in the heart of the city and is located close to great hotels such as OYO Hotel Dunnigan I-5 West.

Old Sacramento

Old Sacramento is a National Historic Landmark near the city’s waterfront. It comprises eight blocks where visitors can walk past historic buildings that reflect the city’s commercial districts in the 1850s. Some of the buildings from the Gold Rush-era – such as the Eagle Theater - are now in the Old Sacramento State Historic Park. These beautiful structures are still hubs of activity and function as museums, restaurants, and shops.

When in Old Sacramento, visitors can also take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, hop aboard a vintage train, or take a riverboat excursion on the waters.

California State Railroad Museum

California State Railroad Museum is one of the largest railway museums in the world. This fantastic museum in Old Sacramento features restored railway coaches and steam locomotives from 1862 through 1944. Visitors will find wagons, furnished cars with dining place settings, and sleeper cars – all impeccably restored and maintained. The museum also houses exhibits that take visitors through railroad history and its progress over the years.

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

The Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament is an important spiritual center in Sacramento. This ethereal place of worship has a multi-towered façade, an imposing domed ceiling, and gorgeous Neoclassical details inside.

Fairytale Town

Take the children on a magical day trip to Fairytale Town in Sacramento. Fairytale Town is a book-themed park containing 25 playsets based on rhymes and tales such as Peter Rabbit, Cinderella, Humpty Dumpty, and Mother Goose. Children will also enjoy the various puppet shows, music performances, and learning gardens at this beautifully immersive park.

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Food in Sacramento

Sacramento has a host of iconic eating joints and contemporary dining options for travelers. Yue Huang is a great option for Chinese food. The city’s residents swear by the incredible fried chicken and Nashville hot chicken sandwiches at South. If you’re looking for a great meal and some culinary history, visit Frank Fat’s - the oldest family-owned restaurant in Sacramento that has been serving delicious food since 1939.

Getting to Sacramento

The nearest airport is Sacramento International Airport located 10 miles from downtown Sacramento. Amtrak offers over 570 daily train schedules to Sacramento from most major cities in the United States. Interstate 5 in California connects Sacramento to major cities such as San Diego, Los Angeles, Stockton, Redding, and Santa Ana.

Best accommodation in Sacramento

The OYO hotels in Sacramento offer visitors a pleasant and comfortable stay at the best rates. The vast array of services and amenities at OYO hotels will cater to all preferences, budgets, and group sizes.

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