Area Attractions

Stay steps from the top things to do in Sacramento at our hotel near the California State Capitol Museum and Park. Walk ten minutes to the historical cultural attractions in the historic Old Sacramento Waterfront or just a few blocks to concerts and sporting events at Golden 1 Center or explore the surrounding areas of the Gold Country.

For information on events happening in Sacramento, please visit Sacramento 365.

Hyatt Regency Sacramento

1209 L Street
Sacramento, California, United States, 95814



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Art & Entertainment

Golden 1 Center
Crocker Art Museum Exterior
PFAC Exterior

Murals that Amuse

Sacramento is home to more than 650 murals, and since 2016, the Wide Open Walls mural festival has added to the number each year as local and international artists converge in the city to create these large-scale paintings throughout the region—giving locals and visitors a spectacular sight, ideal for a self-guided walking tour.

Crocker Art Museum

California impressionists, ancient art from across the world and one of the largest collections of European drawings in the world can all be seen in a museum that is partly housed in the beautifully maintained Victorian Crocker mansion

SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center

The newly-renovated home to Broadway Sacramento, in addition to hosting the country's top performers. Situated right next door to the hotel, enjoy a pre show dinner in Dawson's Steakhouse or a nightcap in Amourath Lounge.

Food & Wine

Visit Sac Bar
Sacramento Farmers Market asparagus

Sac Brew Bike & Brew Boat

Experience Sacramento by pedaling through the tree lined streets on Midtown on the Sac Brew Bike —a 15-passenger, pedal-powered "bar bike" that stops and visits some of city's best watering holes. Or go from pedaling on land to pedaling on water when you hop on the Sac Brew Boat —a 16-passenger vessel that provides 1.5-hour pedal-powered party boat tours on the Sacramento River.

Farmers Markets

Home to over 40 regional farmers markets, check out the best seasonal produce, meats, fish, breads, cheeses and countless other locally grown products.

Amador County Wineries

Skip the crowds in Napa and head east to the 40+ wineries nestled in the foothills of Amador County. Pack a picnic lunch, and enjoy breathtaking views and quality wine that offer distinctive regional character.

Sacramento Beer Frontier

Grab your brewery passport to explore the world-class craft beer manufacturing in the region. Sacramento truly is the heartland of West Coast Beer, so check out some of our 80+ breweries!

Family Fun

Sacramento Zoo Giraffes
Old Sacramento with Delta King & Boats
Sacramento Zoo train

Sacramento Zoo

A classic attraction for families that love animals, the Sacramento Zoo is located in picturesque William Land Park, just two miles from the hotel. Highlights include feeding the giraffes, hearing the roar of the lions and watching the primates cause mischief!

Fairytale Town

For 60 years, Fairytale Town has offered children and families a safe place to imagine, play and learn. With 26 playsets based on nursery rhymes and fairytales, a friendly flock of farm animals, two performing arts stages and several gardens, learning has never been more fun!

Old Sacramento Waterfront

Old Sacramento Waterfront features dozens of restored buildings from the Gold Rush era. Wooden sidewalks, horse-drawn carriages, and living history characters provide a glimpse into 19h-century life. Enjoy shopping, dining, train rides and more.

SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity

The SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity is the perfect place to spend time with your friends and family. MOSAC is filled with interactive exhibits, live demonstrations and events for all ages — it’s an ideal community-gathering spot to meet new people.

For the History Buff

CA State Capitol
CA State Railroad Museum
Gold Country Vineyard

California State Railroad Museum

See the history of the California railways come to life in engaging exhibits in the largest railroad museum in North America. Or take a ride along the rails that played a key role in the development of the Golden State.

California State Capitol

The California State Capitol is a living museum – stroll the hallways of the Capitol and see where the state’s leaders worked 150 years ago, then walk past the governor’s office and the Legislature’s chambers, where the state is still governed.

The Gold Country

California’s Gold Country, home to the Gold Rush in 1849, combines history, nature, authentic American West small towns, festivals, a sensational culinary scene, wine, microbreweries and majestic scenery.