Gold Country California

Aerospace Museum of California - A wide range of aircraft types, both military and civilian. These include fighters, trainers, transports and bi-planes. See an extensive engine collection and aerospace exhibits.

California Caverns - Visit five of California's magnificent natural marble cavers. The cavers are filled with crystalline stalactites, stalagmites and other amazing formations.

California State Railroad Museum - The largest and finest interpretive railroad museum in North America and is the most visited in the world. Twenty-three meticulously restored locomotives and cars are on display in stunning galleries and exhibit settings.

Fairytale Town - Let your imagination run wild at Fairytale Town, a 2.5-acre children's play park and outdoor children's museum that brings fairytales and nursery rhymes to life!

Folsom History Museum - It is the home to a wonderful collection of artifacts and treasures that chronicle the settlement and development of the Folsom area. You'll see fascinating and educational exhibits throughout the year along with special events highlighting the Gold Rush era and Folsom's history.

Funderland - A small-scale, old-fashioned amusement park and is perfect for tots aged 2 to 12. The park offers a roller coaster, steam train and other modes of transporting small bodies in various directions. Funderland has rides and activities that provide little-ones so much fun they will be clamoring for more.

Golfland Sunsplash - Fun for the whole family with mini golf, arcades, laser tag , fast car raceway and more. Also in the summer months take a splash at Sunsplash Water Park.

Mercer Caverns - Located in the Sierra foothills just north of Murphys. The caverns provide visitors with an exceptional array of beautiful and unique cave formations.

Monster Mini Golf - An exciting indoor monster themed glow in the dark 18 hole miniature golf course that offers a host of family-oriented fun activities at every turn. This is not your average putt putt golf course!

Raging Waters - Located in the heart of the city, Raging Waters Sacramento features more than 25 exhilarating water attractions, breath-taking slides, crystal clear pools and fun-filled activities for children and adults of all ages.

Scandia Family Fun Center - Featuring 2 award-winning 18-hole miniature golf courses, bumper boats, batting cages, gas power raceway, a grand arcade with redeemable prize center, snack bar, onsite birthday party rooms and the Scandia Sky Screamer.

The California Museum - A new kind of museum. Saying goodbye to dusty wax figurines and stagnant exhibit barriers, this Museum thrives on interaction and discussion.

Crocker Art Museum - Featuring Victorian architecture, Early California painting collections, Old Master drawings and colorful contemporary California art.

The Empire Mine - The site of the oldest, largest, and richest gold mine in California. The Park contains many of the original mine buildings, the owners cottage and the restored gardens and grounds as well as the entrance to 367 miles of abandoned and flooded shafts and tunnels.

Folsom Railroad Museum - Come visit and learn about the first railroad west of the Rockies, the folks who built it, and how the railroad helped to create the California we know today.

Folson City Zoo - Since 1963, this small unique California zoo has been providing sanctuary to some very special animals.

Gold Prospecting Adventures - Looking for a great family outing? A Gold Prospecting Adventure is an exciting, educational, and fun group adventure. It's also economical- all adventures have special family rates, discounts are available for children under the age of twelve.

Historic Kennedy Gold Mine Surface Tours - Famous for being one of the deepest gold mines in the world (at 5912 feet), demonstrates how gold changed an entire way of life in California.

California Military Museum - The official military museum and historical research center of the State of California. It houses over 30,000 artifacts as well a substantial library and archives.

Gold Country Museum - Exhibits on the Gold Rush and the history of gold mining. Here you can tour through a mine shaft, watch the model of a stamp mill operate, play faro in a canvas saloon, or pan for gold in the placer mining stream.

Sacramento Zoo - Stroll among lush gardens, 200-year-old oak trees, and visit the Claire Mower Red Panda Forest. Walk down Big Cat Row and discover snow leopards, Sumatran tigers, and jaguars. Or visit with chimpanzees orangutans, gibbons and lemurs. The Kenneth Johnson Reptile House exhibits endangered turtles and frogs, exotic geckos, lizards and snakes.

Discovery Museum - History, science and technology come together at the Discovery Museum, your departure point for hands-on exploration of past, present and future.

Wells Fargo History Museum - The excitement and history of the California Gold-Rush are captured for you at the treasure-filled Wells Fargo History Museum in Old Sacramento. Stagecoaches, gold, mining, business, commerce are all colorfully interpreted for visitors.

California Automobile Museum - Just a mile south of Old Sacramento on Front Street is the world's most complete antique Ford collection. Opened to the public in May, 1987, this impressive collection remains today the finest of Henry Ford's life work.