Best Rainy Day Activities In Sacramento

Best Rainy Day Activities In Sacramento

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Rain won't dampen a trip to Sacramento. You'll find plenty of things to do indoors at these places on a rainy day.

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    Come see "Dial M for Murder"....wonderful cast and show! -- Susan M via Foursquare
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    If you come here for a ballet, be sure to show up an hour early & hear Artistic Director Ron Cunningham's chat in the upper deck. He gives you insight & background on the ballet being performed. -- RobT916 via Foursquare
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    For best viewing in an IMAX theater you should try to get a seat in the exact middle of the theater, midway down (about 3 rows from the top was perfect). It really makes a difference in an IMAX movie. -- Sabrina Michele Tilley via Foursquare
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    Sure the large ICEE is only $.25 more; sounds like a deal until you find yourself in the bathroom peeing during the climax of the movie. Go small, see the movie entirely the 1st time! @SacramentoMarko -- SacramentoMarko via Foursquare
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    Cool old school theater. Saw Henry Rollins here once years ago. -- Steve B via Foursquare
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    Did you know? Designed as a mansion and gallery for the Crocker family and their art collection, the gallery building also originally included a bowling alley, skating rink and billiards room. -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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    The summer of 2010 saw a thrilling exhibit in this museum: Living in Space, where one lives, works and plays aboard the International Space Station. -- NASA via Foursquare
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    The California State Railroad Museum retells the history of the railroad, and has 21 restored locomotives and other railcars, including a Pullman-style sleeping car and a Railway Post Office. -- WorldStrides via Foursquare
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    Governor Reagan delivered his inaugural address here on January 5th, 1967, but he had really been Governor for three days already- he was sworn in at 12:14 in the early morning of January 2nd. -- Presidential Libraries via Foursquare
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    For the best sight lines, I go with Row O or back, especially away from the longer aisles. You have a better view over the people in front and can see all the action in the theatre. -- Chris via Foursquare
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    I love this venue! Parking is sometimes tight, but it's a vintage theater that makes you glad you watched a movie in their theater! -- Gwendolyn Shreve Pol via Foursquare
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