While best associated with Halloween, corn mazes, and pumpkin spice, October also brings some of the best outdoor festivals and celebrations. All along the Capitol Corridor, you’ll find family-friendly festivals like Dia de los Muertos; Halloween-inspired fun; and celebrations of art, wine, music, and beer.
More October Picks: Fall Fun, Halloween Treats, Music & Brews
We all know summer is synonymous with fun— and with festival season. Want to follow the crowds, but avoid the hassles of traffic and parking? Plan an easy, convenient trip on the Capitol Corridor to get to some (or all!) of the top 2019 summer events in Northern California.
More Summer Fun Along the Capitol Corridor
Spring has sprung, and it’s time to enjoy the outdoors at some of April’s liveliest festivals! If you’re a fan of art, culture, beer, or Mother Earth—or, simply put, anything that makes life awesome— you’ll have plenty of fun along the Capitol Corridor this month!
More April Picks: Art in Martinez & San Jose, SF Cherry Blossom Festival & SF Beer Fest, Earth Day in Berkeley & Sacramento, and Oakland Dance Festival!
What’s on the to-do list this weekend? How about you take a sea lion walking tour in San Francisco, try downtown Sacramento’s best restaurants, discover culinary gems in Oakland, and explore art galleries in Davis. No matter what you choose, there is sure to be an event for everyone along the Capitol Corridor! More Weekend Picks: San Francisco Sea Lion Walking Tour, Oakland Grand Lake Food Tour, Sacramento Dine Downtown, and Davis Friday ArtAbout
Geographically and ethnically diverse, Northern California is well known as the tech capital of the world. But did you know it also has a booming art scene? Not to mention a wealth of interactive and engaging museums with hands-on attractions for the whole family. With 18 stations that stop between San Jose and Auburn, the Capitol Corridor can get you to a broad array of museums covering everything from fine art, contemporary works and film archives, to sports memorabilia and science.
More The Culture Train: Eight Museums to Visit Along the Capitol Corridor