Things to do in Sacramento CA – Activities & Recreation

Escape Travel Tours & Vacations Sacramento

1. Escape Travel Tours & Vacations

We’ll handle everything needed for a fantastic tour or vacation with transportation, meals, accommodations, friendly guides and all equipment needed. We always pick you up at your hotel or location of choice. I really appreciate being able to see so much beauty and wonderful places that I would have never seen on my own.

Local Roots Food Tours, Sacramento


2. Local Roots Food Tours, Sacramento

We offer authentic tasting and cultural experiences in Sacramento’s intriguing urban neighborhoods and the Sierra Nevada foothills gold mining town of Nevada City. Tantalize your taste buds on 3-hour guided tours through these historic (and delicious!) tree-lined streets.

Sacramento Cruises, Sacramento


3. Sacramento Cruises, Sacramento, California

Sacramento River Cruises… on 55′ Halcyon Days Yacht. The Premier Cruise Yacht on the Sacramento River. Charter Sacramento Cruises to make any occasion special! The Captain, Chef and Crew will make your Private Cruise one to remember. Enjoy a casual and relaxing day of boating, fishing and sunning or a late afternoon watching the sunset on the water. Entertain clents, staff or friends. Make an impression with a floating Business Meeting or an ‘Incentive’ Cruise. We custom design your day! Plan your getaway on the only private motor yacht on the Sacramento River that is fully certified by the United States Coast Guard for Charter services. Italian Chef Specialties from appetizers to entrees. Plan your parties and business meetings, from Birthdays, Team Building Experiences, Anniversaries, Business Meetings, Corporate Entertaining, Small Seminars, Weddings on the Water, Sunset Dinners, Office Parties, and Luncheon Getaways to even Sunday Afternoon Tea! Call us and we do the rest!

Black History BEE Sacramento

4. Black History BEE

Black History Bee will take place in February in celebration of Black History Month. This fun filled day consists of presentations by author, poet, screenwriter & educator Terry an O’Neal. She will share her works of poetry and fiction with McClatchy High School students. There will be raffles drawn throughout the day and prizes for students who are interested in sharing some of their creative works.

The Highlight of the Day!

Students will also have an opportunity participate in Terry a O’Neal’s BLACK HISTORY BEE, where students will be tested on their trivia knowledge of African American history and the magnificent contributions that African Americans and people of African descent have given to our society, and to the world.

The last student standing will receive a basket filled with gift certificates, cash prizes, a Black History t-shirt, a Black History Bee Plaque and much, much more. There will also be two runner-up prize winners.

Craft Center Gallery Sacramento

5. Craft Center Gallery: Craft Center Gallery displays UC Davis student work.

6. Davis Musical Theatre Compnay: California’s first year round amateur musical theater company.

7. Davis Train Depot: Davisville was built around the train depot, becoming the start of present day Davis.

Ding How Sacramento

8. Ding How

Ding how a Mandarin-style is dining spots that serve a variety of outstanding beef, pork, chicken, and seafood dishes. Ding how is a relaxing dining experience with some of the best Chinese food in Davis!

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