Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Sacramento

Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Sacramento

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Got a few hours of free time? Here are the best places to spend an afternoon exploring Sacramento.

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    Did you know? The Civil War Memorial Grove was the first monument in Capitol Park. The trees, each from a different battlefield, were just saplings when the Grove was dedicated in 1896. -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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    Did you know? The area of Southside Park was inhabited by the Nisenan people for thousands of years. One of their largest towns, Sama, was a little south of here and was home to as many as 1000 people -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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    The enormous, perfectly battered onion rings stole the show. The house-made ranch and IPA is the perfect compliment for them. -- David Teykaerts via Foursquare
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    Big giant park with a lot of space for all sorts of activities but parking can be a bit tight -- Brian Ibarra 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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    Each Sunday Hoppy includes a 22 oz bottle of its beer for you to take home with every Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner entree purchased. :) -- Hoppy Brewing via Foursquare
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    Get yourself a Blood Transfusion!!!! -- Nick Docous via Foursquare
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    If you looking for place to bring the boys, look no further as you got beers on tap, bar food freshly made and tossing he sandbags -- Brian Ibarra via Foursquare
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    Sausage platter was yummy. People bring kids and dogs so if you like neither, beware. -- Pamm Z-H 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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    Great seasonal selection of beers & genuinely friendly service. Food trucks often stop by on Fri/Sat nights. Also family-friendly - brought our 2-month-old son & no one blinked an eye. -- Christine Ward via Foursquare
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    Did you know? Discovery Park is located where the American and Sacramento rivers meet. In geography, the meeting of two or more bodies of water is called a confluence. -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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