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So much to do here. Be prepared to walk though. Right along the Delta, you can take a trip on a riverboat, ride a horsedrawn carriage (a romatic ride) either through old town or all the way to the Capitol. So many shops to see,...More
The buildings are need to look at on the outside. The days the city go "back" in time are fun. A lot of little shops to enjoy for all tastes. Very good restaurants and entertainment both inside and sometimes outside.
This was stroller friendly and fun to see. There were lots of shops which we didn't go in with small children but they looked nice. Horses passed by us frequently with carriages and there is a good cafe called Steamers.
The best part of the visit is the Railroad Museum. The kids really enjoyed the tour and getting a chance to ride one of the trains is a real adventure for them. The history of the area is reflected in the shops and other sites...More
The eclectic mix of stores and attractions in Old Town is what keeps us coming back. We love the year-round costume/novelty store. Where else can you buy foam swords and shields, zombie survival kits, giant flasks, and handerpants all in one convenient location? (PS--Google Handerpants...funny...More
This was a fun place to walk around once the holiday weekend crowd finally cleared out. The streets were so crowded with people and cars that I would have probably left if I wasn't staying the night there. Once it cleared out though it was...More
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Generally speaking, most of the gift shop, novelty store type places open between 10am and 11am. Per the Old Sacramento Shops website, there are over 100 shops in Old Town Sacramento. The current list contains the contact... More
Generally speaking, most of the gift shop, novelty store type places open between 10am and 11am. Per the Old Sacramento Shops website, there are over 100 shops in Old Town Sacramento. The current list contains the contact information with address for each individual restaurant/food venue as well as the gift and novelty locations. Please check out their website for further details.