Downtown News

CANCELED: Downtown Haunted Pub Crawl Returns with Spooky Thrills

Get your spooky thrills on our Downtown Haunted Tour and Haunted Pub Crawl – a bone-chilling stroll through the dead center of downtown while you hear of whispers, sightings, noises, and apparitions attributed to eerie murder stories, heroic rescue attempts, and tragic accidents. READ MORE

With prohibition long gone and Sacramento’s summer nights heating up, a Saturday night spent with a cocktail and splash of history is the perfect way to experience Old Sacramento's charm. Explore prohibition-era watering holes on the Speakeasy Tour & Pub Crawl, May 28. READ MORE

Don your Santa suits, ugly Christmas sweaters, reindeer antlers, or elf ears and head downtown for the SN&R's 2nd annual Santa Crawl – a charity pub crawl to benefit Shriners Hospital for Children. READ MORE

Old Sac Rainy Day Escape

After a record-long drought in California, wet weather is a welcomed sight. But rainy days don’t mean you have to hide … READ MORE

The Downtown Sacramento Holiday Ice Rink has been the premier #URBANholiday destination for over 20 years. Open annually from November to January, the outdoor ice rink provides a playful escape into a winter wonderland and launching pad for exploring the ever-booming urban core! READ MORE

Every week we highlight the bands, djs, and local artists that draw thousands of people to Cesar Chavez Plaza. But, it's our kickass event staff that's the hidden talent behind Concerts in the Park! Take a peek behind the scenes of our Friday productions. READ MORE

Lunch break refresh

If you’re like me, chances are you sit behind a desk all day doing various activities that can become monotonous over time. Although I love my job, sometimes you just need a break from the routine. READ MORE

Now after over 14 years of having an inactive steam locomotive, the California State Railroad Museum, located here in Old Sacramento, is excited for the return of the Granite Rock No. 10 beginning April 11, 2015 on the Sacramento Southern Railroad. READ MORE