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Ghost Tours 2009

A delightfully spooky tradition presented by the Old Sacramento Living History Program. The days of gunfights, lovers' quarrels and business deals gone bad left their mark with strange happenings, creepy stories, and unusual sightings. Watch history come alive on a night-time walk through Old Sacramento as you meet characters that still haunt the streets and buildings of the historic district. Bring your courage and a little humor to this special tour, available only in October. Tours last approximately one hour and are not recommended for children under the age of 6.

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Easter Bonnet Promenade and Spring Ball

Don your Bonnet, Cap, Hat, and gloves and promenade about Old Sacramento in the annual Easter Bonnet Promenade. Beginning at 10:45 a.m. in front of the Sacramento History Museum, Living History will line up for the promenade. Four different routes will wind Living History about the streets of Old Sacramento. Afterwards, a spring ball will be open to the public with contra dances from the 19th Century. It will be a grand day!

Easter Bonnet Promenade 11:00 a.m. -12:00 noon, beginning at the Sacramento History Museum, 101 I Street
Spring Ball 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m., Stanford Gallery located in the Big Four Building on I Street in Old Sacramento (to the right of the Sacramento History Museum)

Underground Tour Old Sacramento

Beginning on Saturday, July 10, 2010 the Historic Old Sacramento Foundation (HOSF) will unveil guided tours of Old Sacramento’s underground and hollow sidewalks.

The tours will be offered hourly on Thursdays through Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (the last tour departs at 5:00 p.m.). Tours will last approximately 45 minutes and cost
$15 for adults and $10 for youths. Private groups will be able to book weekday and evening tours.

The tours will be high quality presentations utilizing extensive original historic research. Visitors to the Old Sacramento Underground will have new eyes with which to see the district
and understand the city’s history after they view the disappearing windows and doors, dipping alleyways, exposed retaining walls, and walk into underground hollow sidewalks and tour under historic structures.

Summer 2010 Tours

Sacramento City comes alive from the perspective of a 1850s personality. Sacramento City: California's Gold Rush Legacy introduces visitors, school groups, and interested locals to Sacramento's fascinating history. A historically attired docent uses the original and reconstructed gold rush era buildings as the backdrop for the tour and describes the town as it was in 1850. From miners, to merchants, politicians, pony express riders, and employees of the transcontinental railroad- Sacramento City: California's Gold Rush Legacy has it all.

General Information:

The Sacramento City: California's Gold Rush Legacy Tour is available
every Saturday June 19th- August 28th at 11:00am with no reservations
needed. Tours leave the Sacramento History Museum, located at 101 I
Street in Old Sacramento.

Private tours and school tours can be scheduled year round with a

Victorian Christmas Sing-Along

Join the Old Sacramento Parlor Singers for an afternoon Christmas sing-along in the Eagle Theater (Front Street between I and J) from 2:00-3:30 pm on Saturday December 19. We will be in our finest clothing and voices to celebrate the season. Bring the whole family for a traditional festive event.

Wine and Cheese

Join the Historic Old Sacramento Foundation and Old Sacramento Business Association for "An Evening of Fine Wine & Cheese" on Thursday, October 8th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the fabulous Firehouse Restaurant.

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