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In the heart of Sacramento 
on 10th Street between L and N Streets, California’s
State Capitol embodies the best of California’s past and present. Forty acres of lawns, flower gardens and memorials to California history surround the building.


California State Capitol Museum

10th and L Streets
State Capitol, Room B-27
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 324-0333
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Volunteer Information  


Weekdays: 8 - 5

Weekends: 9 - 5
Admission is Free
Tours Available Hourly
Groups by Reservation



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Women with Eagle and Shield statue 

Daily, Group and School toursThe State Capitol Museum is open daily and offers free tours hourly; self-guided tours are also available. Reservations are required for large groups.
General Information and Tours 


Museum Virtual Tours
Can't make it to Sacramento? The California State Capitol Museum virtual tours provide you with a unique opportunity to visit California's Capitol from any location in the world.
Virtual Tours 

Rose Garden Fountain 

Capitol ParkCapitol Park is comprised of 40 acres and spans twelve city blocks. The park includes hundreds of species of trees, shrubs, and flowers and numerous monuments and memorials.
Online Tour 


Calendar of Events
The California State Capitol Museum hosts numerous activities and exhibits throughout the year.
See Current Events 

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Volunteer Program
Volunteers participate in a variety of visitor service activities and help bring the Capitol's history to life through living history programs and other special events.
Information on Volunteering 

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