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Governor's Mansion State Historic Park, Sacramento

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 85 reviews on the web
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  • The Governor's Mansion and grounds in Sacramento are very, very beautiful. The parking is often hard to find so give yourself time to drive around to find parking. Spend some time admiring all there i...  read more »
  • Full Disclaimer, I know some of the people responsible for the renovation and had access to the building that most people wouldn't get... Having said that, it is beautiful building, that was just reno...  read more »
  • California governor’s mansion is sited near streets classic 1930-50 well maintained homes. It does not look like a place Arnold Schwarzenegger would have lived when he was governor and it wasn’t he li...  read more »
  • Beautiful restored Victoria mansion, I have been through this wonderful home on three different tours, would love to do another one.
  • The Mansion is a Stunning historical Sacramento building. The details of the exterior and interior are beautiful and prove to be delicious and addictive. I want to see more. The elaborate white on white exterior with layer upon layer of workmanship is simply amazing. This building is worth seeing up-close. The mansion is full of Sacramento history. The stories include many famous individuals including John F Kennedy. I'm not one for tours but this one is fun and beautiful. Great people work here who are very friendly and passionate about this historical state park.
  • The Governor's Mansion State Historic Park has been closed to the public since January 2015 for an extensive renovation project.
  • Beautiful and nice to live in
  • The tour guide was pretty funny and made the tour really fun. For the first time ever I didnt mind a history lesson. I feel like I actually learned things and overall enjoyed the tour and I was glad I was able to go. It was great! Sadly the mansion is one of the state parks that will be closing, so if u have a chance, go before it's too late.
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