In Northern California, there’s no shortage of things to do and places to go during the summer months. To help fill in your warm-weather calendar, we’ve created a guide highlighting our top picks for summer activities along the Capitol Corridor, from San Jose to Sacramento. More Top Picks for Summer Fun in Northern California
Cruise the museums of Sacramento, join a powwow in San Francisco, and welcome the Year of the Dog in Oakland. Try a new cultural experience along the Capitol Corridor! More Weekend Picks: Sacramento Museum Day, Two-Spirit Powwow in San Francisco and Oakland Lunar New Year Celebration
Not sure how to spend Father’s Day with Dad this year? We’ve compiled a list of activities and destinations along the Capitol Corridor route between Sacramento and San Jose that Dads are sure to enjoy on their special day!
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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.
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