Discover the history of Sacramento during the Sacramento Archives Crawl

Visitors can uncover the history of the City of Trees across four locations during the event.


A very smart man named Nick Miller once said, “The crawl is for all.”

Sacramentans are invited to uncover the history of their city this weekend when the Center for Sacramento History opens its vault to the public in celebration of the 13th Annual Sacramento Archives Crawl.

On Saturday, Oct. 7, community members can visit one of four locations citywide between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to peruse photographs, artifacts, and historical documents from 1930s Sacramento:

  • Center for Sacramento History, 551 Sequoia Pacific Blvd.
  • Sacramento Public Library, 828 I St.
  • California State Library, 914 Capitol Mall
  • California State Archives, 1020 O St.

Guests who visit three of the above sites will be gifted a set of coasters commemorating this year’s theme, “Myth, Folklore & Legend.” Free bus rides will be available between each location as well.

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