Governor's Mansion State Historic Park
Historic building built in 1877 and occupied by 13 California Governors. This is where Jerry Brown lived when his father was governor and since late 2015, this is the current residence of Governor Jerry Brown. The residence interior is currently closed to visitors.
“We would be remiss to not mention the vintage dive-bar across the street, The Round Corner Tavern. The Round Corner Tavern was opened in 1938 - one year after 2330 S Street was built - and is not actually named for the rounded art-deco style corner of the building (24th and S Streets) but rather for the pool tables that have been a staple of this haunt ever since the day it opened. This bar enjoys a solid reputation with true-blue pool aficionados and those looking for the absolute cheapest well-drinks in town. Keep your eye out for the ghost of notorious Sacramento serial-killer, Dorothea Puente, who once worked the famed (now vegan and carnivore) kitchen of this local dive. Not the most re”
“Aioli offers nice Spanish food and it has a very nice atmosphere. This area of the city is hip and relaxing and Aioli is a great place to people watch and enjoy a nice meal. ”
“wonderful old cemetery with heritage rose garden, native plant garden, and multi-cultural burials”