Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento sits among entertainment venues including Golden 1 Center and SAFE Credit Union Convention Center, shopping, and dining options that speak to the area’s moniker as the “farm-to-fork” capital. Historical attractions with ties to the California Gold Rush/Transcontinental Railroad are within walking distance of the hotel. Whether it’s a walk under the city’s canopy of trees or a day hike, you'll find plenty to explore from our front door.
The former D. O. Mills Bank Building is now a place to mingle, eat, and drink thanks to the site’s five kitchens, two bars, and taproom with 68 self-service taps. Local craft beers, wine and ciders are also available.
Saunter through the 40-acre garden that surrounds our state capital inspired by Washington D.C.’s Capitol building. After admiring the gold sphere-perched atop the 1874 structure, go inside to marvel at the art and architecture. Learn about the rich history of California’s early years here.
This lively corridor is touted as Sacramento’s best-kept secret, replete with entertainment and dining venues within a quarter-mile stroll of one another. Visitors can enjoy Centro Cocina Mexicana; original performances at B Street Theatre, live music at Harlow’s, or Paragary’s house-made cocktails with seasonal flavors and local drafts.
Experience a bit of 19th- century agricultural and trade colony history in what was known as the Mexican Alta California province. This California historical landmark and national historic landmark was the first non-Indigenous community in California’s Central Valley and famous for its association with the Gold Rush, and the formation of Sacramento as a city.
Sacramento lifted itself out of flood waters due to sewage concerns during the 1860s and ‘70s. Now, you can revisit the old alleyways, sidewalks, and underground spaces with a day or evening guided-tour to learn how engineering created the capital city.