Student groups on sunny California excursion will not want to miss an opportunity to explore and enjoy marvelous Old Sacramento, a lively 28-acre shopping and entertainment district and ever-popular tourist destination.
This historically significant national landmark, the western terminus of the Pony Express postal system, the first transcontinental railroad, and the transcontinental telegraph, is jam-packed with rootin’, tootin’ things to do and see! Carriage-lined cobblestone streets and the Wild-West flavor of blocks of well-preserved early Gold Rush commercial structures frame marvelous museums and entertainment venues; authentic riverboat attractions, scenic railroad excursions, riverfront bike rides and more await itinerants seeking a satisfying Old Sacramento experience.
Old-fashioned storefronts invite browsing and shopping; eclectic cafes and sweet shops and casual to fine dining establishments tender hungry prospectors oh-so-yummy sweets, a quick, casual bite or classically elegant repast all steeped in “sepia-toned” ambiance. Give your lunchtime to settle and hop aboard a horse-drawn carriage; be capably squired past notable points of interest while trotting about colorful Old Town, the “Sacramento of the Gold Rush.”
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