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Outstanding service and limo transportation for the entire Sacramento area. Visit Golden 1 Center, the State Capital, and many nightspots and great restaurants.

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Golden 1 Center Sacramento

Ready to Find Out What Sacramento Has to Offer for Things to Do in Sacramento and Old Town?

Sacramento, capital of the U.S. state of California, lies at the confluence of the Sacramento River and American River. The district of Old Sacramento harkens back to the city’s Gold Rush era, with wooden sidewalks and wagon rides. One of several museums in Old Sacramento, the California State Railroad Museum depicts the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, one of the country’s earliest technological feats. ― Google
Elevation: 30′
Weather: 61°F (16°C), Wind NW at 5 mph (8 km/h), 48% Humidity weather.com
Population: 500,930 (2019)
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Golden 1 Center Sacramento

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Golden 1 Center
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Golden 1 Center in 2017

Golden 1 Center is located in Sacramento, California

Golden 1 Center
Golden 1 Center
Location in Sacramento



Address 500 David J. Stern Walk[1]
Location Sacramento, California
Coordinates 38°34′49.3″N 121°29′58.6″WCoordinates38°34′49.3″N 121°29′58.6″W


Owner City of Sacramento[2]
Operator Sacramento Kings LP, LLC[2]
Capacity Basketball: 17,608[3]
Concerts: 19,000
Field size 779,200 sq ft (72,390 m2)
Broke ground October 29, 2014[4]
Opened September 30, 2016
Construction cost $558.2 million[5]
Architect AECOM[6]
Mark Dziewulski Architect[7]
Project manager ICON Venue Group
Structural engineer Thornton Tomasetti/Buehler & Buehler[7]
Geocon Consultants, Inc. (geotechnical engineer)
Services engineer Henderson Engineers, Inc.[7]
General contractor Turner Construction[6]
Sacramento Kings (NBA) (2016–present)

Golden 1 Center is an indoor arena, located in downtown Sacramento, California, United States. It sits partially on the site of the former Downtown Plaza shopping center.[8] The publicly owned arena is part of a business and entertainment district called Downtown Commons (DoCo), which includes a $250 million 16-story mixed-use tower.

The arena, which replaced Sleep Train Arena as the home of the Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association, hosts concerts, conventions and other sporting and entertainment events. Capacity is expandable to about 19,000 to accommodate concert audiences.[3] Thirty-four luxury suites were sold to include all events year-round

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Visit the State Capitol

At the State Capitol, the past, present and future of California interact with equal force. The building serves as both a museum and the state’s working seat of government. Visitors to the Capitol can at once experience California’s rich history and witness the making of history through the modern lawmaking process.

Find your representatives and visit their Capitol officesState Capitol

California State Capitol
10th and L Streets
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 324-0333

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Weekdays: 9 – 5
Weekends: 9 – 5
Admission is Free
Tours Available Hourly
Groups by Reservation

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Open daily from 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
State Capitol Building, West Wing Basement
(916) 324-0313

California Capitols

Shortly after the end of Mexican rule, Californians began to clamor for statehood. In 1849, a constitutional convention met at Colton Hall in Monterey and proposed a constitution, subsequently ratified by the people, which named San Jose as the first capital.

In December 1849, the first Legislature convened in a two-story adobe hotel in San Jose. The city was composed of little more than huts, tents and clapboard buildings, and the general discomfort did little to endear the city to the legislators.

In 1851 a generous offer from General Vallejo induced the legislators to move the capital to Vallejo where a frame building had been erected for their use. Since housing was virtually nonexistent, many of the Members managed to secure lodging on the steamer Empire, which remained moored at a wharf during the session.

Confusion and inconvenience again brought stormy cries for relocation. After convening in Vallejo in 1852, the Legislature moved to Sacramento to finish the legislative session.

In 1853, the Legislature returned to Vallejo only to find conditions as inhospitable as before. To an exasperated membership, an offer from the community of Benicia for the use of its new city hall proved irresistible, and a bill was passed moving the seat of government to that city, where the legislative session finished.

State Capitol in 1920sWhile the legislative quarters were adequate, it became increasingly evident that Benicia itself was too small to serve as the capital city. With this in mind, the Legislature determined that Sacramento would be the state’s capital and moved from Benicia in February 1854.

Sacramento offered its courthouse for immediate use and a building site for the permanent Capitol. Shortly after the close of the Session of 1854, the courthouse was razed by fire, but a new one was completed in time for the next session.

The new courthouse continued to serve as the home of the Legislature until 1869. This tenure was interrupted only once; during the winter of 1861–62 a severe flood prompted removal of the Legislature to the Exchange Building in San Francisco.

Construction on the permanent Capitol was begun in 1860, and, though not completed until 1874, the Legislature was able to occupy its Chambers in 1869. Except for a major “modernization” in 1908, the Capitol remained virtually unchanged until 1949 when additional space requirements resulted in the construction of the Capitol Annex. Completed in 1951, the Annex attaches to the east side of the old Capitol and houses legislative offices, committee rooms and the Governor’s offices.

In 1976, a total reconstruction of the building was undertaken to strengthen and reinforce the weakening structure. This monumental project was completed in January 1982, and the old Capitol, restored to its turn-of-the-century decor, was again occupied by the Legislature and opened to the public.

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Old Sacramento

Neighborhood in Sacramento, California


Old Sacramento is the riverfront historic district, with Gold Rush-era buildings, cobblestone streets, and horse-drawn carriages. It’s home to numerous museums, including the Sacramento History Museum and the state Railroad Museum, which offers excursion train rides. Souvenir shops sell T-shirts, movie memorabilia, and antiques, and there are several upscale restaurants and a few bars popular with the college crowd. ― Google

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Do you offer off-hour service?

Yes, we offer car service 24 hour a day / 7 days a week / 365 days a year. To avoid premium pricing, we strongly suggest an advance reservation. Off-hour service hours are approximately 11:45 pm – 4:45 am.

Do you require a deposit and when do I pay it?

Thank you for having your credit card guarantee for payment and/or a prepaid non-refundable deposit. All reservations will generate a credit card authorization form to be completed at the time of the reservation. 

Do you offer personal and/or corporate accounts?

We offer both corporate and personal accounts. Corporate accounts may qualify for billing terms, subject to review and approval.

*Service Areas: We cover all of Greater Sacramento, the Bay Area and Northern California; Davis, Woodland, Sacramento Downtown, West Sacramento, Natomas, Rio Linda, Arden Arcade, Carmichael, North Highlands, Antelope, Citrus Heights, Roseville, McClellan Park, Rancho Cordova, Mather, Gold River, Fair Oaks, Orangevale, Folsom, Rocklin, Elverta, Elk Grove, Clarksburg, El Macero Hood, Loomis, Rancho Murieta, Sloughhouse, Granite Bay, Rocklin, Amador, Plymouth, vineyard, Wilton, Sheridan, Courtland, Winters, Galt, Vacaville, Lincoln, Auburn, El Dorado Hills, Lodi, Fairfield, Woodbridge, Acampo, Yuba City, Linda, Olivehurst, Grass Valley, Penryn, Applegate, Coloma, Newcastle, Shingle Springs, Garden Valley, Rescue, Paradise, Cool, Meadow Vista, Nicolaus, North Highlands, Placerville, Stockton, San Francisco, San Jose, Monterey, Chico, Modesto, Lake Tahoe (NV), Reno (NV), and all surrounding areas. All airports serviced. SMF, MHR, SAC, MCC, SFO, SJC, OAK, RNO, STS, APC. Contact us if we failed to mention your location, destination or intended service.

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