Take a Ride on the Sacramento Beer Train

Sacramento's railroad history is vast and with the region boom in craft beer and breweries, it's no wonder the Sacramento Rivertrain has combined the two and created the Sacramento Beer Train. A group of us attended the sold-out November ride and, luckily for us, it was a beautiful and sunny afternoon. The train ride is a... 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 »

Our Hometown Tourists Visit Calaveras County's Caves and Caverns

Sacramento resides in the heart of a fabulous tourist area. Beyond our immediate city boundaries, within a one- to two-hour drive, are myriad destinations to explore and enjoy. Just southeast of Sacramento is Calaveras County with several fantastic limestone caverns.  Each one is unique in its own way and all are... 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 »

Immerse your Delegates in the Past and Present when you Hold your Event at Sacramento’s Historic Crocker Art Museum

Sacramento's Crocker Art Museum is the oldest public art museum in the Western United States, bringing the historic and modern together in one adjoining complex and providing multiple meeting and event spaces to fit the bill for any corporate, association, government or private event. Unique Outdoor Space The Crocker has two... Read more »

Train Museum Makes for a Unique Sacramento Event Space

The California State Railroad Museum Located in Old Sacramento – a 28-acre National Historic Landmark District and State Historic Park filled with shops, restaurants, entertainment and historical attractions, and only one mile from the Sacramento Convention Center – the California State Railroad Museum is the... Read more »

Old Sugar Mill Makes for a Unique Sacramento Event Space

  Old Sugar Mill is unique for many reasons – its history, location, venue and service. Located 15 minutes from downtown Sacramento in the charming Sacramento River town of Clarksburg, the Old Sugar Mill operated as a sugar factory from 1935 to 1993. It was renovated as a facility for wine tasting and production in keeping with... Read more »

The California Museum Gives Meeting Attendees a Unique View of the Golden State

Looking for a Sacramento venue that offers a unique California experience for your next meeting? We've got the perfect place. Just one black from the California State Capitol, the California Museum highlights the contributions of legendary Californians, showcases Sacramento's largest piece of public art -- Constitution... Read more »

Raley Field Adding Event Space

Sacramento offers unique meeting spaces in all shapes and sizes tucked away in places that might surprise you. Here's the latest in a series of atypical venues for that off-site meeting or VIP reception. Raley Field Adding Event Space The Sacramento River Cats will develop a new 5,000-square-foot private club space... Read more »

Our Hometown Tourists Enjoy a Sacramento Segway Tour

Even weeks later it still makes me smile! On a bright summer morning, Cindy, Jackie, and I met at 28th and V, the headquarters of Hysterical Tours. We were excited to embark on a Segway tour of Midtown Sacramento.  When I first approached the machine, it seemed awkward and a bit intimidating.  But once our guide (also named... Read more »