Sacramento’s premiere boat venue for birthday parties, company
and corporate events, company holiday parties, weddings,
receptions, rehearsal dinners, wine tasting, fantasy casino,
dining & dancing – all while on a Sacramento River Cruise. We
also offer general admission events year round including luncheon
cruises, cocktail cruises, dinner cruises as well seasonal
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).
Presented by the Historic Old Sacramento Foundation. Tours run
from January 25, 2020 through December 20, 2020.
The Sacramento History Museums all-new guided Gold Fever! Game is
never the same twice. Relive Sacramento’s boomtown days, when
gold ruled and you were always an eye blink away from triumph or
You’ll become one of the real-life rascals who scratched and
clawed to make this the center of the Gold Rush. The Gold Fever!
Game throws in elements of chance that may change your fate.
Will floods, fires and disease destroy your fortune, or will you
escape to thrive anew in the gold State? Will you grow rich with
the new railroad and steamboats in the brand-new Capital City –
or blow it all at the gaming tables? You won’t know until you
catch Gold Fever!
The tours start and end at the Sacramento Visitors Center,
1002 Second Street, near the corner of Second and J streets.
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 either Granite Rock No. 10 steam locomotive or one of our vintage diesel locomotives from the Museum’s collection.