Destination - Sacramento!
Discover California’s state Capitol and re-live the Gold Rush era, while staying in a beautiful Victorian mansion.
Sacramento is both the capital of the Golden State and your gateway to Gold Country! Explore all the city has to offer while staying in the heart of downtown, in an elegant mansion built by a Gold Rush millionaire. Take a guided tour of the State Capitol building, and spend an afternoon exploring the shops and sights of Old Sacramento, where the Gold Rush comes to life, complete with boardwalks and buggies. Your package also includes admission to the California State Railway Museum and the newly expanded Crocker Art Museum. Extend your visit with a rafting or tubing adventure on the American River, or rent bikes and ride the American River Parkway. And if you visit during the third Saturday of the month, you can join a living history program at Sutter’s Fort specially designed for the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary.
Hostelling International Sacramento
Comfortable walking shoes
$112.00 per participant. Three overnights, including breakfast, in a Gold Rush-era Victorian mansion, a guided tour of the California State Capitol, admission to the Crocker Art Museum, admission to the California State Railway Museum, a walking tour map of historic Old Sacramento, and a Girl Scouts Go Hostelling patch. Additional overnights or “Cultural Kitchen” educational programming can be added for additional cost. Contact event sponsor for more info. Pricing is subject to change after March 31, 2014.
Adult Leaders/Advisors must accompany girls. Minimum group size is 8 people. Transportation to and from Sacramento, CA is not included.
You don't have to complete the Girl Scout destinations application form for this event. Just contact the event sponsor to sign up Remember to notify your council that you are traveling on a getaway.