Learn about California’s capital city’s history as you pop into local eateries for tastings of local-favorite food during this Downtown Sacramento tour. Sample various products from local venues as well as menu items from restaurants that use locally sourced ingredients. Your guide tells you stories about the city that dates back to the 1800s, as well as gets you acquainted with the Sac foodie culture.
Make the most of your night in Sac with this 1.5-hour cruise along the Sacramento River. Board a boat, and cruise the water as you enjoy popular music spun by a DJ, as well as alcoholic beverages (own expense). Pass under Tower Bridge, snap photos with the city lights as your backdrop, and dance with friends, old and new.
Explore the great art and food of Midtown Sacramento on a 3.5-hour walking tour. See colorful murals and hear about their history, stop into galleries, learn about the city’s architecture, and sample dishes at favorites eateries in this lively district. You might taste locally made sausage, seasonal salads, stir fry noodles, and delectable sweets, along with drinks such as craft beer.
Take in the sights of Sacramento from the river on this 1-hour cruise. Snap photos of Old Sacramento's landmarks and highlights while listening to live, onboard narration. Multiple departure times available to fit your schedule.
There are few true hidden gems left in California. This private tour of the California Delta—roughly the area along the Sacramento River from the northern Bay Area to Sacramento—explores one of the best remaining off-the-beaten-path areas in Northern California. Spend half-day exploring the riverside area, visiting a cider house, historic barbecue joint, and winery.
See some of Sacramento's world class murals on this guided walking tour. You will learn about our famous murals, street art and sculptures created by artists from all over the world. We share a special sweet treat with you at the end of this fun excursion.
Sacramento is committed to celebrating public art and bringing it into people’s everyday lives. Public art has the power to spark conversation, engage the community, support artists and beautify a city. There is no better way to take in these works of art than on foot, so that you can get up close, linger and take photos. Through a renowned mural project, Wide Open Walls, the city has gained notoriety around the world for its murals by local and international artists. On this tour we share with you murals and other art created by artists from all over the world, including local Sacramento artists.
Midtown Sacramento is full of colorful murals created for the city's annual Wide Open Walls Festival—if you know where to find them. This private tour takes travelers along the neighborhood's tree-lined streets in search of the best street art, while also checking out restaurants, nightlife spots, and shops. Your guide also brings binoculars to get the best views of the murals.
Discover why Sacramento is called the Farm to Fork Capital and taste delicious bites on this walking food tour through the tree lined streets of Midtown. Our guides will treat you to insider knowledge about the dishes you will sample and the inspiration behind them. You may taste a Banh Mi taco, a steaming bowl of Louisiana Style gumbo, or a salty caramel macaron ice cream sandwich. See murals by internationally recognized artists, as well as other local street art. SacTown Bites offers an elevated food tour experience that is a great way to spend an afternoon. Please join us.
On this guided walking food tour through Old Sacramento you will learn about the California Gold Rush and enjoy tasty treats along the way. See historic buildings and hear about Sacramento's exciting history of fire, floods and raising the city. We take you to some of the best spots to tantalize your taste buds. and you and your crew will be happily full by the end.
This tour takes place in the Old Sacramento Waterfront district, right on the Sacramento River, featuring Gold Rush-era buildings, cobble stone streets and horse drawn carriages. The state Railroad Museum and the Sacramento History Museum are located in this area, as well as numerous shops including souvenir shops, antique stores, boutiques and old time candy shops. There are also numerous eateries and bars. There is ample parking in nearby parking garages.
Explore Sacramento’s Sutter District during this walking tour in a small group limited to 14 people. Stroll the tree-lined streets with a guide, and pop into about five or six eateries to sample dishes popular in Sac, including organic coffee, pork spring rolls, and chocolate cookies. Your guide knows the district well and also gives you a rundown of the area’s interesting history as you go.
Experience free-fall conditions with winds of up to 175 miles per hour (282 kilometers per hour) without jumping out of a plane with this Sacramento indoor skydiving experience. Enter a vertical wind tunnel that simulates a skydive, complete with equipment. Your guide is on-hand at all times as you experience simulated free fall, making this tour a great introduction to skydiving for novices.
Whitewater rafting is something not many people know how to do on their own, but this Middle Fork American River Whitewater Rafting Trip from Auburn allows you to float down a 17-mile stretch of the river without having to plan anything yourself. Ride class III and IV rapids down the river as you take in the California foothills. All equipment and lunch are provided, too.
Guided tours are relatively expensive and follow rigid itineraries with tight schedules. This self-guided audio tour of Folsom, a gold country town with a rich history, helps travelers save money and explore completely at their own pace. Follow your downloaded map from Folsom’s Historic District through Figueroa Street to Old Western Main Street and Truss Bridge. Learn about Gold Rush history, Native American history, Folsom’s Victorian homes, and more.
Hop on board a party-bike for a 2-hour tour of Sacramento's best brewpubs. Sip craft beers, eat great food and have fun in between stops as you pedal the party bike to two destinations. Listen to music, talk with the other passengers and learn from an insider about the bar scene in Sacramento. Your knowledgeable and entertaining guide ensures a great experience in the California state capital as you ride around Midtown and sample the best bites and drinks in town.
Uncover the deeply buried truth about American pioneers who raced to Sacramento in search of fortune. Hear their shocking stories and discover how they quickly realized this Gold Rush destination was a dead end where they would meet their bitter end
No matter the occasion, a sights and sips cruise in Sacramento is sure to create an unforgettable day. Experience a cocktail cruise on the Sacramento River. Sip and cruise the day away with friends and family of all ages and soak in Sacramento skyline views.
One-and-a-half-hour yacht cruise
Local DJ Spinning Top 40’s
Scenic Sacramento Views
Cash Bar - Full bar available to purchase beverages on board
Small Bites available to purchase (no food included with ticket)
Cocktail seating - limited, non-guaranteed seating. First come, First serve.
Make the most of your night in Sac with this 1.5-hour cruise along the peaceful Sacramento River. Board a boat, and cruise the water as you enjoy popular music spun by a DJ, as well as alcoholic beverages (own expense). Pass under Tower Bridge, see the city lit up at night, and mingle with friends, old and new.
Discover the history of Old Sacramento, the Gold Rush, the Union Pacific Railroad, and the ghosts that now linger.
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- Go at your own pace and schedule. The tour NEVER expires.
- Stop anytime, get a drink, meal, explore, and continue when ready.
- Listen again after taking it in person.
- Professionally produced with top notch narration and music to set the atmophere.
- 10's of 100's take our tours around the USA, and love them.
You see, Sacramento is a beautiful city with an amazing story. But like all good stories, there needs to be some adventure. And what's more adventurous than the gold rush, floods, fires, underground tunnels and murder?
On our tour I’ll share with you the history of Old Sacramento including it’s railroad history, underground tunnels, gold rush days, skid row times, how Stanford was established, River boat rides and much more. And at each stop, you’ll also hear the tales of those that are said to still linger here.
Are you looking for a way to discover Old Sacramento's Historic District and Waterfront without joining a tour group? Explore at your own pace with this self-guided walking tour.
• Find out how Sacramento was finally saved from yearly floods by raising the town 22 feet in the 1860s
• Hear from producer Lynn Momboisse a local who's created over 20 VoiceMap tours under her belt
• Do it all in 90 minutes or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish
• Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it
• Use the virtual tour option at home
Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under “Before You Go”. Then simply install the Voice Map app and enter your code.
The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, pop in your headphones, and just tap start. Voice Map has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.
Experience California’s historic Gold Country on a driving tour from Placerville to Jackson with this affordable audio tour.
• Find out about the hard-rock mining era of the California Gold Rush which began in the 1850s, shortly after the area’s placer mines began to run dry
• Hear from producer Lynn Momboisse, a California native with a penchant for telling stories
• Do it all in 150 minutes or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish
• Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it
• Use the virtual tour option at home
Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under “Before You Go”. Then simply install the VoiceMap app and enter your code.
The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just tap start. VoiceMap has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.
Guided tours are relatively expensive and can follow rigid itineraries with tight schedules. This self-guided audio tour of the Sierra Foothills, an epicenter of California Gold Rush history, helps travelers save money and explore completely at their own pace. Follow your downloaded map app through Auburn, Placerville, Coloma, and many historic sites. Start, stop, and pause the tour whenever you’d like.
Are you looking for a way to discover California's Delta without joining a tour group? Explore at your own pace with this self-guided driving tour.
• Find out about the area’s rich history and its agriculture, and point out the towns, museums, restaurants, and wineries you’ll pass.
• Hear from producer Lynn Momboisse, a native of California with over 20 VoiceMap tours under her belt.
• Do it all in 120 minutes or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish.
• Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it.
• Use the virtual tour option at home.
Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under "Before You Go". Then simply install the Voice Map app and enter your code.
The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just tap Start. Voice Map has automatic GPS playback with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.
Experience Sacramento in a different way with this interactive and fun Operation City Quest scavenger hunt. Download the app to your phone, grab your team and head out to downtown Sacramento. Gain points as you solve riddles, find different objects around the city and perform challenges, while competing against other teams around the country.
Puzzle your way through the heart of Sacramento on a 3-hour scavenger hunt adventure for groups of 2–5 people. Follow a series of clues on your smart phone, then take on fun challenges that weave local history into the sights along your 2-mile course. Enjoy scenic views from the riverfront and explore the historic storefronts of Old Town while racking up points, see how you compare with teams that have already completed the scavenger hunt, and experience Sacramento as part of a unique, self-guided adventure.