Completed in 1874, the State Capitol building is known for its distinctive glass dome, which rises 210 feet above the street. The State Capitol is located at 10th St and Capitol Ave, and is 0.9 miles southeast of our Sacramento (Old Town) property.
The Crocker Art Museum exhibits paintings, drawings, sculpture, and decorative arts that feature artists from Europe and northern California. The museum is located at 216 O St, 2.5 miles northwest of our Sacramento (Old Town) property.
Located in Old Sacramento, the museum is a three-story steel, brick, and glass structure that contains 21 restored locomotives and train cars. The museum is located 0.5 miles west of our Sacramento (Old Town) property.
The California Vietnam Veterans Memorial consists of 12 shiny black granite panels that are engraved with the 5,822 Californians that died or are missing in Vietnam. The memorial is at the end of State Capitol Park, 0.9 miles east of our Sacramento (Old Town) property.
Old Sacramento is a four-block section that is bordered by Capitol Mall, I and Second Streets and the Sacramento River. It was a commercial district during the gold rush and now has been redeveloped with museums, restaurants, and shops.