14 Things to do in Sacramento, California
The state capitol is of course a must see when visiting Sacramento.
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In addition to touring the capitol building and museum, you should also explore the ginormous park surrounding it.
Temple Coffee is a popular local chain, and absolutely worth visiting for delicious cold brew and their lemon-lavender muffins.
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Fuller Poles is one of the most recognizable and Instagrammable public art installations in Sacramento, definitely worth a visit for a photo!
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If you love architecture, check out the Catherdral of Blessed Sacrament in downtown Sacramento.
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The Crocker Art Museum houses a great mix of Californian and European art, and is worth a visit.
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The River Walk Park is perfect to visit when you want some nature in the city.
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Wal Public Market feels like the Brooklyn of Sacramento. It features coffee shops, restaurants, vintage shops, and more.
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My favorites places to visit in Wal Public Market include the Old Gold Vintage shop and Camellia Coffee.
Also make sure to check out this amazing mural around the corner from the market!
Locals joke that the Tower Bridge is the real golden gate bridge due to its sunshine yellow color. It makes for a great photoshoot location!
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The Leland Stanford Mansion is a fantastic example of California Victorian architecture, and boasts authentic 19th-century style gardens.
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If you love food and wine, check out Revolution Wine & Kitchen for lunch or dinner in Sacramento.
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The Mill has a mid-century modern aesthetic and is the perfect neighborhood coffee shop.
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Check out the R Street Corridor for shops, restaurants, and public art like this amazing fish mural.
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The Flamingo House is a popular bar on K Street. Stay for a cocktail, or just stop for pictures outside.
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Old Sacramento brings you back to the California Gold Rush era with historic buildings and landmarks.
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Make sure to stop by Munchies for salt water taffy!
For more information on things to do in Sacramento, check out my full blog post!
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