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Minutes from Sacramento’s sleek, modern Golden 1 arena, you can stroll a riverfront Old West town lined with wooden sidewalks and 19th century brick buildings. California's state capital is home to the largest concentration of Gold Rush-era buildings in the nation, most of which are set along the eastern banks of the Sacramento River in the Old Sacramento Waterfront neighborhood. This atmospheric area immerses visitors in a time when Sacramento was a Gold Rush commercial hub and served as the West Coast endpoint for the Pony Express and Transcontinental Railroad. Today, its historic 19th century buildings house contemporary shops, bars, and restaurants with nods to SacTown’s rollicking past. Heres’ what to see and do in Old Sacramento.
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