Sacramento is a great central location for sports fans of all types. For basketball fans, our city offers the excitement of the NBA’s Sacramento Kings. Baseball fans can enjoy spring and summer evenings near the river at Raley Field, home to the Sacramento River Cats, Triple A affiliate of MLB’s nearby Oakland Athletics. And the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giant’s home fields are just a short drive away in the Bay Area.
If you like to get out and into the action, the Sacramento region offers a wide variety of recreational sports leagues for adults and children, plus unlimited opportunities for golfing, biking, swimming, hiking, skiing, boating and more.
Learn more about area sports opportunities:
Sacramento Kings tickets and information
Sacramento River Cats tickets and information
Sacramento Golf Courses
American River Parkway and Sacramento Parks Information
The Sacramento region is rich in opportunities for residents and visitors of all ages to experience both modern and historic arts and entertainment. Our multi-cultural diversity is also proudly shared through music, art and festivals.
Local museums feature fine art and historical artifacts ranging from oil paintings to steam engines and gold panning to space exploration. Performing arts range from ballet, theatre and musicals to opera, orchestra and jazz. Sacramento also hosts a number of festivals including the world’s largest Dixieland Jazz Jubilee, the Strauss Festival and the Pacific Rim Street Fest.
In addition, before or after the show, Sacramento offers fine dining experiences at restaurants like Biba’s, The Cheesecake Factory, Scott’s Seafood, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and Frank Fat’s Asia Bistro.
Learn more about Sacramento’s arts, entertainment and night life:
Sacramento Convention Center
City of Sacramento, Department of Convention, Culture & Leisure