Senior Travel Troupe to Visit Historical Sites in Sacramento


The City of San Leandro Recreation and Human Services Department’s Senior Travel Troupe invites community members to sign up for a tour of historic Sacramento on Monday, March 23.




The tour will visit the California State Railroad Museum, the State Capitol, and Old Town Sacramento. Registration is now available for active adults aged 50 and over.

The California State Railroad Museum complex is one of Sacramento’s largest and most popular visitor destinations. The facility includes exhibits and beautifully restored railroad cars and locomotives to illustrate railroad history in California and the West.

Throughout the main Railroad History Museum building, 21 restored locomotives and cars and numerous exhibits illustrate how railroads have shaped people’s lives, the economy, and the culture of California and the West.

The State Capitol building houses the legislative and executive offices of state government, a museum dedicated to telling the political history of the state, as well as an art museum. The historic waterfront in Old Town Sacramento is the site of thriving shopping and entertainment district.

Space is limited, so prompt registration is encouraged. To sign up, please visit and follow the course registration links to course code #34616.


Participants also may sign up in person at the Marina Community Center, located at 15301 Wicks Blvd., or at the Senior Community Center, located at 13909 E. 14th Street. For more information, please call (510) 577-3462.


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