Ever wondered what it is like to live in Sacramento, CA? While you may spend most of your time in class or studying, there is tons around to explore in this area we call home!

Whether you’re from the area or a Sacramento newcomer, you’ll find something to love within steps of The Crossings. Explore our town’s best and brightest local attractions, starting with these six things to do, see, and eat.

Apple Hill

Apple Hill

Representing over 50 local, family farms, the Apple Hill Growers are dedicated to supporting agriculture in their community. Founded in 1964 with just 16 apple ranches, they've now grown to include unique fruit & vegetable farms, bakeshops, wineries, a Bed & Breakfast Inn, flower gardens, and Christmas tree farms. The winding roads and scenic beauty have been a popular destination for over 50 years.Go enjoy the fruits of Apple Hill Growers any time of year!

The Tower Theater

The Tower Theater

Built in 1938, the Tower Theatre is a Sacramento landmark that is the oldest remaining, continuously running picture palace. Located in the heart of the Broadway District, The Tower has had the honor to showcase some of Sacramento’s finest local filmmaker premieres. Dedicated to bringing the finest in independent, foreign, and specialty film to Sacramento's film lovers, guests may also enjoy craft beverages and bites before, during or after the film.

Coin-Op Game Room

Coin-Op Game Room

Love old school video games? This one's for you! A neighborhood watering hole offering craft cocktails, craft beer, delicious food, and of course: classic arcade games. Visit them in Downtown Sacramento and get the high score you always wanted to over a delicious cold beer. 

The Challenge Center

The Challenge Center

The Peak Adventures Challenge Center is a high ropes course conveniently located on the Sacramento State Campus. The Challenge Center has 20+ elements ranging from 1ft to 40ft off the ground designed to help facilitate team building activities and encourage personal challenge.

Old Town Sacramento

Old Town Sacramento

Old Sacramento is the riverfront historic district, with Gold Rush-era buildings, cobblestone streets, and horse-drawn carriages. It’s home to numerous museums, including the Sacramento History Museum and the state Railroad Museum, which offers excursion train rides. Souvenir shops, antiques, and there are several upscale restaurants and a few bars popular with the college crowd.

Sacramento Farmers Market

Sacramento Farmers Market

Sacramento’s Farmers’ Market offers chefs and shoppers locally-sourced fruits, vegetables, baked goods, flowers, herbs, and cheeses. This market offers chefs and shoppers a chance to come face-to-face with their food source, offering the freshest California-grown seasonal favorites from asparagus in the spring to apples in the fall.

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