Farm to Fork is in Full Swing in Sacramento

Do your delegates enjoy farm-fresh food, wine tasting, and cold craft brew?  If YES is your answer, you might consider booking your next conference in Sacramento in the month of September. Now approaching its fourth year, the Sacramento region's annual Farm-to-Fork Celebration is packed with some of the most anticipated food... Read more »

Changes in Sacramento bring new Excitement for Convention Delegates

A lot has changed in Sacramento in recent years, and your convention delegates will be in the heart of the city at the most exciting time it's seen since the Gold Rush. There is an unwavering momentum of growth and excitement in our city. Being named America's Farm-to-Fork Capital turned our restaurant scene upside down and... Read more »

Where to Stop to Take Your First Bite Out of Sacramento

We know that for many of you who live in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento is just a city on the way to Lake Tahoe. But take a moment to drop in on America's Farm-to-Fork Capital on your next trip by and grab something to eat. Then take a look around and see what California's capital has to offer. We know you're going... Read more »

Planning Your Visit to the California State Capitol -- Self-Guided Tour

The California State Capitol was completed in 1874, and since then, it has been an enduring and must-see Sacramento attraction. It is a living museum, dedicated to sharing California’s past and at the same time working to build California’s future. When you visit Sacramento, the Capitol should be on your list of attractions... Read more »

Our Hometown Tourists Explore Public Art at Sacramento International Airport

Each time travelers pass through Sacramento International Airport, they're walking through an art museum. As you grab your bags and rush to the train to get to baggage claim, try looking around. There are lovely pieces of public art to see and experience.  Terminal A doesn’t have as much art as the newer Terminal B, but one... Read more »

5 Reasons to Travel to Sacramento by Train

What if your trip to Sacramento was part of the fun?  The Capitol Corridor is an excellent and convenient way to travel to Sacramento from the Bay Area and the  Central Valley. Whether you are planning a trip for a large group or a small family gathering, there are several reasons you should consider using Amtrak and the Capitol... Read more »

Sacramento Antique Shopping Guide

A full uninterrupted five or six hours of antique shopping in Sacramento has been at the top of my to-do list for several years now. It was a cold February morning as I embarked upon a day to myself, just me and my excitement at the prospect of finding a trunk load of treasures. I was on the hunt for well-worn and previously... Read more »

Sacramento's New Downtown

New Venue, New Hotel, New Shops and Meeting Opportunities The Sacramento Kings plan to build a 16-story, 715,000-square-foot tower adjacent to the new downtown Entertainment and Sports Center, which broke ground this past summer. The first four floors of the tower, which will take up an entire city block, will be made up of a... Read more »

Our Hometown Tourists Revisit the Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion in Sacramento is a Victorian house with a lot of history in the heart of California's capital city. So, been there, done that, checked it off the list?  Think again. One of the greatest benefits of being a tourist in your own town is that you can go back to your favorite touristy venues again and again. ... Read more »

Sacramento's new Entertainment and Sports Center

Demolition has begun! Sacramento is building a new Entertainment and Sports Center (ESC) in downtown. Deemed an organizational priority by the SCVB for more than a decade, the SCVB believes that the new facility will greatly enhance and grow Sacramento’s convention and tourism industry. "In the meetings industry, convention... Read more »