Presented by the Historic Old Sacramento Foundation. Tours run
March through December.
The Gold Fever! Tour takes you to Sacramento’s beginning, when
pioneers scratched and clawed to make this the hub of the Gold
Rush. Visitors become real-life characters from the city’s first
topsy-turvy decade. Will floods, fires, and disease destroy your
fortune, or will you thrive anew in the Golden State?
Operated by the owners of the Sac Brew Bike and operated
daily through October.
Sacramento’s 16 passenger Brew Boat provides a one and a half
hour, pedal-powered party boat tours along the Sacramento River.
Groups can bring their own beer/cider/wine aboard the
chartered boat (limit 3 drinks per guest), as we cruise, pedal,
and have fun on the river.
Cruises depart from the Public Docks just south of the L Street
Landing (entrance between Rio City Cafe and Joe’s Crab Shack).
Visit the storefront located at 127 J Street in Old Sacramento Waterfront for more information and to book tickets. Trains depart from a depot in West Sacramento, approximately 3 miles from Old Sacramento Waterfront.
Walk through the lobbies of this floating hotel, restaurant and entertainment fixture to explore the history of river travel between Sacramento and San Francisco and the restoration of this historic vessel.
The Delta King’s eight private rooms and theater offer an ideal setting for your special event, conference, or meeting. Be sure to check out the Delta King's Pilot House Restaurant.
The California State Railroad Museum’s popular excursion railroad
— the Sacramento Southern Railroad operates April through
September. Train rides include closed coach cars, open-air
gondolas and a first-class observation car pulled by vintage
diesel locomotives from the Museum’s collection.