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Downtown Plaza - Extending from the K Street Mall to the walkway leading under Interstate 5 to Old Sacramento, this large open-air mall is a shopper's paradise. The plaza and rotunda are decorated with fountains and trees. Stores include Macy's, Nine West, The Disney Store, Bath and Body Works, Victoria's Secret, and a Warner Brother Studio store, to name a few. The second floor houses a food court, more stores, and the United Artists movie theaters as well as the River City Brewing Company.

Sunrise Mall- Sunrise Mall gives shoppers more than 110 stores to choose from including 2 Macy's stores. The mall features everything from candy stores, gift shops, specialty boutiques, and clothing stores to casual dining restaurants and a food court. The mall is host to many arts and crafts festivals as well as a seasonal flea market.

Arden Fair Shopping- The two-story beautifully decorated bright and airy Arden Fair Shopping Center is a local popular spot for some of the finest shopping in Sacramento. The mall offers 165 stores, bookshops, kid's stores and specialty shops to choose from. Let the kids take a ride on the large center carousel.

Sacramento Activities

Waterworld USA Waterworld USA is one of the greatest places in the country to have a day of fun in the sun. The thrilling and adventuress water park features 5 water slides, body surfing, tubing and a wave pool that creates waves over 3 feet tall. Children will love to explore the interactive pirate ship.

Sacramento Zoo The Sacramento Zoo is home to more than 400 different types of animals, birds and reptiles. The zoo is home to some rare species like a snow leopard and red panda and is also home to a butterfly and hummingbird pavilion. The zoo has two clear lakes that visitors can picnic by. Tours and lectures are available.

Rocknasium - If thrill and heart pounding action is your cup of Joe then Rocknasium is the place for you. The 2,400 square-foot gyms are complete with 50-foot ceilings and simulated natural setting rock walls. Beginners can take an introductory 2-hour class and then purchase a day pass. Rent equipment right on site and then get ready for a day like none other.

Sacramento Restaurants and Bars

Sacramento Restaurants

Tapa the World - A local favorite spot in Sacramento is Tapa the World. Tapas are Spanish appetizers but the restaurant offers more than appetizers. Sample on of the many traditional Spanish entrées and homemade sangria. The restaurant has Old Spanish charm and features live music nightly.

Waterboy - Waterboy's interior is bright and cheerful, modeled after a French or Italian open market theme. Beautiful fresh flower arrangements and intriguing murals accent the interior. The menu changes monthly and features American favorites such as flavorful steaks, seafood dishes and more.

Harlow's Restaurant - Harlow's Restaurant is fine dinning at its best. The romantic atmosphere is enhanced with an excellent selection of fine A California cuisine with hints of Asian and Italian flavors mixed through out many of the entrees. The house specialty is tender veal. After your meal head downstairs to enjoy the live band and cigar bar.

Sacramento children's activities

Waterworld USA Waterworld USA is one of the greatest places in the country to have a day of fun in the sun. The thrilling and adventuress water park features 5 water slides, body surfing, tubing and a wave pool that creates waves over 3 feet tall. Children will love to explore the interactive pirate ship.

Sacramento Zoo The Sacramento Zoo is home to more than 400 different types of animals, birds and reptiles. The zoo is home to some rare species like a snow leopard and red panda and is also home to a butterfly and hummingbird pavilion. The zoo has two clear lakes that visitors can picnic by. Tours and lectures are available.

Rocknasium - If thrill and heart pounding action is your cup of Joe then Rocknasium is the place for you. The 2,400 square-foot gyms are complete with 50-foot ceilings and simulated natural setting rock walls. Beginners can take an introductory 2-hour class and then purchase a day pass. Rent equipment right on site and then get ready for a day like none other.

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