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But this is probably not what you want to see in Sacramento. Don’t worry, there’s a lot to see and do here, to satisfy the pickiest traveler - but you have to skilfully plan your Sacramento travel guide. Begin with the Old Sacramento, with its historic charm, add Sutter’s Fort (the oldest restored fort in the United States), Folsom Lake (for fishing, biking, sailing, kayaking and jet-skiing) and the Crocker Art Museum (the oldest continuously operating museum in the West). Enjoy steam train rides with your family, or river rafting to escape the heat of the summer. In September, don’t miss the Sacramento Gold Rush Days with reenactments of life in the Old West.

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Crest Theatre

The heyday of the big cinema returns

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The Crest Theatre is an old movie house that still shows selected independent films, but the theater’s biggest popularity comes from the wide array of acts also performed there. Concerts to jazz festivals, comedy to rock, this is one of Sacramento’s favorite performance places.

Completely restored back in 1995, Crest Theatre was opened originally way back in 1912 - the current venue being from 1946. Now the glory days of the big screen have returned, and visitors can enjoy again one of the city’s most venerated showplaces. Call or visit the website to see what’s on.

Crest Theatre
1013 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento
Phone
+1 916 442 7378
Website
www.thecrest.com/
Hours
Hours vary, please inquire