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Jelly Belly Candy Company

Named by Reader's Digest as the "Best Factory Tour", Jelly Belly's Candy Factory in Fairfield is great for kids of all ages!   One of...

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Placer County Museums

Placer County's museums -- stretching from Roseville to North Lake Tahoe -- offer insights into the region's colorful history and heritage!!...

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Wells Fargo History Museum—Old Sacramento

The B.F.HastingsBuilding in Old Sacramento is a piece of Gold Rush History occupied by Wells Fargo & Express in 1854. Today, the HastingsBuilding...

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Folsom Powerhouse Museum State Historic Park

Want to see a real feat of engineering? The Historic Folsom Powerhouse stunned the world in 1895 when it lit up Sacramento – twenty-two miles...

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Renwood Winery: Worth the Drive

This charming winery is set in the northern end of the Shenandoah Valley along Steiner Road.  Just take Highway 49 to Shenandoah Valley Road and...

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Budweiser Brewery Factory Beermaster Tour

Anheuser-Busch’s Fairfield Brewery is located just southeast of the Napa Valley area, along I-80 in the city of Fairfield. The entire...

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Tall Wonders at the Sacramento Zoo

See Giraffes eye-to-eye from the elevated viewing platform at the Sacramento Zoo’s newest exhibit, Tall Wonders!! You’ll see the...

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Puppet Festival at Fairytale Town!!

Experience theatre from Puppet Art Theatre Company presenting unique puppet shows for children. Often this is children's first introduction to...

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Aerospace Museum of California

Ground control has cleared you for landing at the Aerospace Museum of California.   Located just minutes from downtown Sacramento, the Aerospace...

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Sacramento Historic City Cemetery

There’s much more to see at Sacramento’s Historic City Cemetery than you might first think  Adorned with beautiful statues, dramatic...

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Woodbridge Winery's Visitors Center

Cesare Mondavi settled in Lodi during the Prohibition era to grow grapes and ship them to Italian families on the East Coast. Robert Mondavi grew up...

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Nimbus Fish Hatchery

Open year-round for fish rearing and educational activities, this working hatchery offers visitors a vantage point to enjoy educational exhibits in...

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California State Indian Museum

Long before the Gold Rush, Native Americans made their home in California. The California State Indian Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into...

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Sacramento Zoo -- Wildly Inspiring!

Explore 7 continents on just 14 acres. The Sacramento Zoo is home to over 140 different species of animals in a beautiful park just 10 minutes...

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Historic Folsom's Sutter Street

Originally a gold mining town and the site of the first passenger rail system west of the Rockies, Folsom is steeped in a rich and colorful history...

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Fairytale Town

Fairytale Town is 50 years young!   A nonprofit family park dedicated to promoting the imagination, creativity and education of children,...

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Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park

Built in 1877, the Governor’s Mansion is a regal Victorian mansion that was the home of California’s governors from George Pardee in 1903...

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Heidrick Ag History Center

Though Sacramento has grown into a bustling cosmopolitan city, the region’s roots are firmly planted on the farm. Just a short drive from...

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Up Close and Personal: Meet Animals with a Past at the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary

Celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2013, the small, unique Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary provides a safe home for 90 very special, mostly native, non...

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California Foundry History Museum

On January 24, 1848, gold was discovered by James W. Marshall on the American River near Sacramento. California officially became the 31st state on...

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