What to know $ 18 for adults and $ 12 for children 6 to 17, children 5 and under are admitted freeTours limited to 10 guests From Friday to Sunday from April 2021 “The HISTORY IS HAPPENED HERE “… is a phrase that can be pronounced with precision so is spotlight, but often these particular places are closed to the public. We can read about them, which is important and often fantastic, and we may be able to see them from afar, but learn to follow the same paths as long ago, while also discovering the local characters of the era, can be felt. as a rare and special experience, we add another layer of reality to a business that can sometimes seem a bit removed from our modern lives. Old Sacramento history buffs have found several memorable ways to bring the past to the public in recent years, a goal that makes sense, as the neighborhood is full of authentic Gold Rush character. But it’s not just the structures above the street and under the sun that have a story to tell. There are … UNDERGROUND PASSAGES … which also evoke the stories of the 19th century in a visual and rather mysterious way. These visits returned, in a limited capacity format, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in April. Prepare to “… explore the excavated foundations, closed trails and interesting archaeological exhibits while listening to the sounds of street life in 1860”, while experiencing “… devastation, perseverance and determination that led to the only successful street construction project in California. ”You will want to remember your mask, observe the physical distance during the tour, and book in advance. There is more bubbling around the … OLD SACRAMENTO WATERFRONT, including the gold fever! games (you will take on the character of a “real rascal” from the region’s past) and exhibits inside the Sacramento History Museum, including one that celebrates “California in Print”. For all the re-openings of Old Sacramento and historic events that come back to the quaint plot of ancient blocks and buildings, earn gold, or at least one golden opportunity, now. .