Exhibits & Programs
The Center for Sacramento History exhibits its historic artifact and documentary collections in various venues throughout the city and county of Sacramento, including the following locations:
- Center for Sacramento History Reading Room
- Sacramento History Museum
- Sacramento City Hall (Historic)
- Office of the City Clerk
- Sacramento City Hall (New)
- Robert T. Matsui Gallery
- Office of the Mayor
- Office of the City Manager
Programs & Presentations
The Center hosts several local history programs, including the Speakers Series and the Sacramento Archives Crawl.
Center staff are also available to give presentations on our collections, historical and genealogical resources at the Center, and doing historical and genealogical research. Presentations generally run between 15 and 45 minutes, and may incorporate an accompanying PowerPoint slideshow and handouts. While these presentations are free of charge, an honorarium, in the form of a tax deductible gift to the Center's supporting foundation, the Sacramento History Alliance, is always appreciated. The Center can also host a table at your community event.
If you are interested in having the Center present or host a table at your next community event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 808-7072.