California State Capitol Museum Park Property - California

US National Parks and Monuments Travel Guide:

Home of the California Legislature since 1869, the State Capitol underwent a major renovation that restored much of the building's original look. Visitors can tour the restored historic offices of the Secretary of State, Treasurer, and Governor of the State of California. The building features exhibits and tours - and possibly an opportunity to watch the legislators debate a bill or cast a vote.

Capitol Park

There are gardens in the surrounding Capitol Park, including trees from around the world.

Capitol Park features memorials to significant events involving California:

1. A Civil War Memorial Grove planted in 1897 with saplings from famous Civil War battlefields.

2. A life-sized statue of Father Junípero Serra, a Roman Catholic missionary sent by Spain to help colonize California. At its base is a map of California's 21 missions, from San Diego to Sonoma.

3. The California Vietnam Veterans Memorial, with bronze statues of service men and women depicting military life in Vietnam and featuring engravings of names of Californians killed or missing in action.

4. The California Veterans Memorial, a granite obelisk honoring California Veterans from the Mexican-American War, Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War.

Location - Directions

The park is located downtown Sacramento at 10th and L Streets. The ADA accessible entrance is on 11th and L Streets.

Seasons/Climate Recommended Clothing

Summer and spring are warm; fall and winter can be cool. Layered clothing is advised.

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