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  • Crocker Art MuseumCrocker Art Museum Sacramento, California
    The Crocker Art Museum is located in Sacramento, California and has been open longer than any other art museum that lies west of the Mississippi River. It started in 1885, and contains a marvelous collection of early California artworks that include; Thomas Hill, Albert Bierstadt, William Keith and Xavier Martinez; plus many old masters like Francois Boucher, Rembrandt and Durer. The nucleus of the collection was obtained by Judge E. B. Crocker, brother of the railroad tycoon Charles Crocker, who donated his collection that has continued to grow into a magnificent 14,000 items. The museum is the best art museum in the capitol district and California Central Valley.

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  • California State Railroad MuseumCalifornia State Railroad Museum Sacramento, California
    The California State Railroad Museum is located in Old Sacramento, California and pays honor and tribute to the mighty "iron horse" that connected the state with the rest of the nation. The museum highlights 21 masterfully renovated locomotives and rail cars with a few dating back to 1862. A full scale diorama depicts the 1860s construction site that was located high in the Sierra Nevada, that showcases the locomotive Gov. Stanford, plus a bridge that is raised 24 feet above the floor. They have reconstructed a passenger station and a freight depot from 1867 that is just a block from the museum, and in the summer, there is a steam train that will take visitors from the depot to Miller Park and back again by the Sacramento River that uses their tourist line, the Sacramento Southern Railroad.

January 11, 2011