Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Sacramento, Sacramento County, California
Old Sacramento State Historic Park contains a group of early Gold Rush commercial structures, including the 1840 Eagle Theater, the 1853 B. F. Hastings Building, and the 1855 Big Four Building. Old Sacramento was also the western terminus of the Pony Express, the first transcontinental railroad, and the transcontinental telegraph.
Take I-5 to the “J Street” exit and follow the signs into the park.
The park is open to the public and is administered by the California Department of Parks and Recreation.