Galleries in Downtown


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  • California Museum
    Located in the State Archives Building just one block from the California State Capitol in Sacramento, this museum is an engaging look at California’s rich culture and its role as a state of opportunity for millions. While in the minds of some, the term “museum” may equate to something less than entertaining, the California Museum is far from it – there is truly something of interest for everyone here. With more than 20,000 square feet of exhibit space, the museum features permanent exhibits and six or seven special exhibits throughout the year. The museum is open six days a week (closed Monday) and reasonable admission prices make the California Museum a family-friendly destination. Check the museum website (http://www.californiamuseum.org/special-offers-promotions) for discounts and other special offers.
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    1020 O St
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Trash Film Orgy
    Trash Film Orgy in Sacramento offers flavorful eats and tasty desserts. The music and crowds can create quite a racket at Trash Film Orgy — noise levels can reach the upper registers. Prepare to face the crowds if you visit on the weekend — Friday and Saturday are Trash Film Orgy's busiest days. Trash Film Orgy is surrounded by endless parking options.
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    1013 K Street
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Lavender Screw
    Saskia Darnell, Lavender Screw's head artist, has been showcasing her artwork in galleries and exhibits since she was a child. In 2006, Saskia entered the student art exhibit at the Los Angeles County Fair and took home first place, and was featured in seven other art exhibits while earning her bachelor's in fine art. Students of all levels can enjoy BYOB classes, which feature a variety of paintings for students to emulate through step-by-step instruction. Paint Your Pet nights invite artists to transform a blank canvas into a colorful homage to their dog, cat, or secretly cloned woolly mammoth.
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    705 J Street
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Verge Center for the Arts
    Comparisons to New York City's top galleries quickly arose around Verge Center for the Arts when Jesse Powell opened the nonprofit in 2009. It's easy to see why: the 6,000 square feet of exhibition space and 20-foot high ceilings houses a global array of contemporary art in various mediums, from paint and video to performance. But opening a critically acclaimed gallery was only the tip of the iceberg for Jesse. These days, the 22,000-square-foot center houses 37 studios for emergent artists, more than half of which were built by the tenants/artists themselves. Reading materials on contemporary art abound in the center's library, while an in-house lab lets community members create their own prints. Throughout the year, Verge even hosts events and classes that run the gamut from artists lectures to workshops on learning to draw via mind control.
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    625 S St
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Sacramento History Musuem
    The Sacramento History Museum recounts the narrative of Sacramento through insightful exhibitions of antiquities and accompanying anecdotes. The current offering of Gold, Greed & Speculation: The Beginnings of Sacramento City tells the tale of Sacramento?s first 50 years, delving into the birth of a city with a story much more complex than modern gold miners would have us believe. Headlining this exhibit is an interactive, computer-augmented mural, as well as more than $1 million worth of gold specimens, including a golden replica of an Olympic bronze medal that secretly contains chocolate. For a broader perspective of Sacramento, check out the Community Gallery, a chronological re-telling of events and traditions from the relics of the Nisenan and Maidu Native Americans to artifacts from modernity, such as objects and accounts from the city during World War II. The Agricultural Gallery shows how ingenious innovations in farming technology sprang from the fertile fields of the Central Valley, much like birds springing from a recently smashed cuckoo clock.
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    101 I St
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre
    Take a dessert detour to Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre — situated in Sacramento's Midtown community — and boost your mood with a simple scoop of ice cream. Endless parking options are readily available close to Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre. Cyclists are in luck. Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre provides bike parking. Locals flock to Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre for a meal they know will be high-quality and low-price.
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    1901 P Street
    Sacramento, CA US
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