From the bloggers at Rolling in an RV – Wheelchair traveling.
California has a very interesting human and geological history plus beautiful and unusual National Parks. The California Museum falls short of telling even a small portion of this story.
The exhibits do not flow in a coherent order and although some are very well done so much has been left out that visitors do not get the full scope of California’s colorful history and the natural wonders that are unique to the state.
The museum is all accessible.
Visiting on the weekend makes it easier to find a parking space. The turn into the museum lot is too tight for large vehicles but parking on the street is fine. Check the signs because each street, each side of a street and each section of a street may have different limits and restrictions. Some have free parking on Saturday and some are free on both Saturday and Sunday. It may be necessary to park a block or two away. All of the curb cuts and sidewalks in Sacramento are in excellent condition.
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