Why Move to Sunny Sacramento?
Sacramento is the capital of California, and arguably one of the most historic cities in the state. It lies at the confluence of the Sacramento and the American rivers. With 28 acres of waterfront, the area which people call “Old Sacramento” takes you back to the Gold Rush Era, with wooden sidewalks and wagon rides. It’s a great place to begin understanding the area. One of several museums in Old Sacramento, the California State Railroad Museum depicts the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, one of the country’s earliest technological feats.
Those moving to Sacramento will notice a vast array of area landmarks. The capitol, home to the government of the state of California, house of the legislature and the office of the governor, is a historic landmark with guided tours. The city is full of beautiful parks and museums for all to enjoy. With Sutter's Fort, the Crocker Art Museum, California State Railroad and more, there is sure to be a museum that interests you.
Attractions in Sacramento
After your move to Sacramento, set aside some time to take in the night life. Sacramento is a hot spot for urban nightlife and an arts scene that rivals other cities and has exceptional cultural, artistic, and leisure opportunities that enrich the quality of life, contributing to a vibrant metropolitan region. The Downtown Sacramento Partnership supports businesses, restaurants, museums and more. Find what you’re looking for and even what you hadn’t even considered all right here.
If you're moving to Sacramento for the first time, you will find plenty of attractions to keep you occupied. With the wildly inspiring Sacramento Zoo, the Fairy Tale Town for the kids, the Sacramento Marina, a 475 slip public marina at the southern end of Front Street, nestled behind beautiful Miller Park on the east side of the Sacramento River there is something for everyone.
If you have a sports lover moving with you, don’t miss the “Sac Kings.” The Sacramento Kings are an American professional basketball team based here. The Kings compete in the National Basketball Association as a member club of the league's Western Conference Pacific Division. The Kings are the only team in the major professional North American sports leagues located in Sacramento, and you can see them play home games at Sleep Train Arena.
The Taste of Sacramento
Hopefully, you don’t forget to pack your appetite when moving to Sacramento. The city is America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, and that means it has fantastic food. There are more restaurants with high Zagat ratings in Sacramento than anywhere else in Northern California. Fine dining establishments are nestled in historic buildings on blocks with art galleries, bookstores and mom-and-pop shops. And after dinner, Sacramento has a host of nightlife activities with glitzy nightclubs, concert venues small and large, indoor and outdoor, an amazing craft cocktail scene and bars of all sorts.