817 W. Capitol AveSacramento, CA 95691 (916) 371-6983
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Have more money that you know what to do with? Or maybe it's Aunt Mildred's birthday again and you have to find something for the woman who has everything. Perhaps you're one of those “mall walkers” looking for a place to do laps. Sacramento has plenty of options for you to walk around and get your shop on.

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Arden Fair Mall

1689 Arden Way Suite 1167
Sacramento, CA 95815
(916) 920-1167
www.ardenfair.com

The largest shopping mall in Sacramento, this two-level mall houses 165 stores including Apple, Coach, and the Disney Store. Anchored by Macy's, Nordstrom, JC Penney, and Sears, Arden Fair Mall runs the spectrum from mid to high-end shopping. The food court on the upper level provides complimentary Wi-Fi and a pervasive hot aroma of cinnamon that is relentless. Good luck trying not to buy a cinnamon roll while you're there. The kids will love the indoor Carousel and the Build-a-Bear Workshop. The mall also offers valet parking. Complimentary wheelchairs, stroller rental and other services are available at the Concierge Center. You can also join the Inside Track Mall Walkers Club.

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Pavillions

563 Pavilions Lane (on Fair Oaks Blvd. near Howe Ave.)
Sacramento, CA 95825
(916) 925-4463
www.shoppavilions.com

Pavilions, an upscale outdoor shopping center with a village atmosphere, is home to such stores as Ralph Lauren, Williams Sonoma, Chico's, Hamilton Jewelers, and Talbots. Several boutiques, like Franco Ferrini Shoes, Calla Lily Fine Linens and Lingerie, and It's a Small World (children's clothing) can be found at Pavillions. Ruth's Chris Steak House and Piatti Ristorante & Bar provide a fine dining experience. There is also The Market at Pavillions (formerly David Berkeley's) that sells wine, specialty foods, and to-die-for deli sandwiches.

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Old Sacramento

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Old Sacramento, bordered by the Sacramento River and Interstate-5 in downtown features more than 100 shops and boutiques. By the way, it's Old Sacramento, or Old Sac, not Old Town. We are not Pasadena. Gold Rush-era buildings surrounded by boardwalks line the streets. Old Sacramento is also a huge tourist attraction and a National and California Historic Landmark. Here you will find the Delta King, a paddle wheel boat hotel on the river, over 40 restaurants, and 5 museums, including the California State Railroad Museum and the Old Schoolhouse Museum.

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Westfield Downtown Plaza

547 L Street
Sacramento CA 95814
916.442.4000
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K Street is pedestrian-only between 4th and 7th, and is what makes up Downtown Plaza. This open-air mall has over 75 stores and is anchored by Macy's. It also has the only Macy's Men's store in the city of Sacramento. Validated parking is underground. The Food Court is on the second level, next to the Century movie theatres. This mall is also convenient to the tunnel walkway underneath I-5 that leads to Old Sacramento. You'll find a farmers market on Thursdays during the summer and an outdoor ice rink during the winter. The lower level of the Rotunda area features a bright colorful Play Space with animal characters and puzzles for kids.

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Westfield Roseville Galleria

1151 Galleria Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95678
916.787.2000
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The Roseville Galleria has over 240 shops, enough to please the most discerning of shoppers. This is the kind of mall you would normally see in Los Angeles with their Tiffany & Company, Louis Vuitton, and Abercrombie & Fitch. It's like Rodeo Drive, only bigger. If you have a snobby friend from out of town looking down her beak at what you've shown her so far, take a trip to the Roseville Galleria and see if that impresses her at all. Valet park your car while you're at it. The Galleria also has concierge services, transportation assistance and mobility services. If exercise is your thing, the Westfield Walkers tromp through the place every day beginning at 8am.

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Sunrise Mall

6196 Sunrise Mall
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
(916) 728-1916
www.sunrisemallonline.com
Sunrise Mall is an indoor sky-lit mall with more than 110 stores. It is anchored by JC Penney, Macy's Women's & Children, Macy's Men's & Home and Sears. It also features the weekly Kids Adventure Club on Thursday mornings and the Friends-in-Fitness Mall Walkers Club.

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Town & Country Village

2605 El Paseo Lane
Sacramento, CA 95821
(916) 973-0249
www.shoptownandcountry.com

Town and Country Village is not one of those massive super malls. It is a charming, outdoor village-type shopping center with covered walkways and smaller crowds. The parking lot is easier to get in and out of than your standard huge mall. The specialty boutiques, salons, and restaurants here are enough to keep you busy all day. Pick up a truffle or twelve at Capital Confections and swing through Trader Joe's on your way out.

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Country Club Plaza

2310 Watt Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95825
(916) 481-6716
www.countryclubplazamall.com

This indoor mall with the large atrium inside hosts the Certified Farmers Market on Saturdays in the rear parking lot outside. It's main stores are Macy's, Ross, Sport Chalet, Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse and Bed Bath and Beyond.Peggy Brown, of Rancho Murieta Brunch fame, can be found playing there on Fridays from 11am to 1pm. The Mall Walk Program goes from 8am to 10am daily. And in case you were wondering, one lap of the mall equals one-third of a mile.

Arden Fair

Located in the heart of the city, we're where Sacramento shops.

Hours

Restaurant and Department Store Hours May Vary

MONDAY: 10 AM - 9 PM

TUESDAY: 10 AM - 9 PM

WEDNESDAY: 10 AM - 9 PM

THURSDAY: 10 AM - 9 PM

FRIDAY: 10 AM - 9 PM

SATURDAY: 10 AM - 9 PM

SUNDAY: 11 AM - 7 PM

Planning a Visit

Arden Fair is Sacramento's premier shopping destination with Nordstrom, Macy's, JCPenney, Sears and over 165 specialty stores such as Apple, Madewell, Godiva, Janie & Jack, lululemon athletica, Michael Kors and True Religion. Arden Fair's excellent selection of restaurants and eateries include BJ's Brewhouse, Nordstrom Marketplace Café, Gen Korean BBQ House, and Seasons 52. The Cheesecake Factory, California Pizza Kitchen and Mikuni's are located nearby on the exterior of the center.

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Easy means everything for seasoned travelers – and travel professionals. The recently launched MacerichTourism.com (open in new window) is a one-stop shopping resource for travel industry professionals. This business-to-business, multi-lingual website highlights shopping-centric tourism programs for tour operators, meeting planners, motorcoach operators, resort and hotel partners, as well as travel media.

STATE AND LOCAL TOURISM RESOURCES

For more tourism information contact:

Macerich Tourism Marketing Department
Kate Birchler, AVP Tourism Marketing
kate.birchler@macerich.com

Arden Fair
Nathan Spradlin, Senior Marketing Manager
Phone: 916-514-4100
Fax: 916-514-4122
Email: nathan.spradlin@macerich.com

Visit Sacramento
1608 I Street
Sacramento, CA
916-808-7777 or 800-292-2334
www.visitsacramento.com (open in new window)

Old Sacramento Visitors Center
1002 Second Street
Old Sacramento, CA
916-442-7644
www.oldsacramento.com (open in new window)

Historic Old Sacramento is located along the river front on the west side of downtown Sacramento. This is truly a must see for all visitors to Sacramento. Gold Rush Era Architecture, fine restaurants, shops, and museums.

California State Automobile Association
15 Bicentennial Circle
Sacramento, CA
916-574-8700

POINTS OF INTEREST

Attractions

Fairytale Town
3901 Land Park Drive
Sacramento, CA
916-808-5356

A fun day for the kids. Across the street from the City Zoo.

Funderland Amusement Park
1350 17th Avenue
Sacramento, CA
916-456-0115

A fun place where little ones can play on rides. Located near Fairytale town and the City Zoo.

Raging Waters
1600 Exposition Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95815
916-924-3747

Sacramento City Zoo
Land Park Drive & 16th Avenue
Sacramento, CA.
916-808-5888

Museums

Aerospace Museum of California
3200 Freedom Park Drive
McClellan, CA
916-643-3192

California Auto Museum
2200 Front Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-442-6802

The California Museum
1020 O Street
Sacramento, CA
916-653-7524

The Golden State Museum brings California's rich history to life with a mix of traditional exhibits and state-of-the-technology.

California State Capitol
10th and L Streets
Sacramento, CA.
916-324-0333

Come and see the recently restored State Capitol Building. Experience the grandeur of this Civil War era building and see your state government at work. Tours available.

California State Indian Museum
2618 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-324-0971

California State Military Museum
1119 2nd Street
Old Sacramento, CA
916-442-2883

Exhibits reflect California's rich militia and U.S. military history from pre-statehood to contemporary times.

California State Railroad Museum
111 I Street
Sacramento, CA, 95814
916-445-6645

One of California's State Treasures. This is an experience you won't soon forget.

Crocker Art Museum
216 O Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-808-7000

The Crocker Art Museum is dedicated to promoting an awareness of and an enthusiasm for the human experience through art by offering a variety of lectures, symposium and classes for adults and children alike.

Discovery Museum Science and Space Center
3615 Auburn Blvd.
Sacramento, CA
916-575-3941

Governor's Mansion
1525 H Street
Sacramento, CA.
916-323-3047

Sacramento History Museum
101 I Street
Old Sacramento, CA
916-808-7059

The Discovery Museum History Center features family-friendly exhibits and activities, bringing the history of Sacramento and the Gold Rush to life.

Sutter's Fort Historic Park
2701 L Street
Sacramento, CA
916-445-4422

SPORTS

Golden 1 Center
500 David J. Stern Walk
Sacramento, CA
888-915-4647

Home of the Sacramento Kings. Hosts concerts, conventions and other sporting and entertainment events.

Visit www.golden1center.com (open in new window) for more information.


Cal Expo
1600 Exposition Blvd.
Sacramento
916-263-3000


The Rivercats
Sutter Health Park
400 Ball Park Drive
West Sacramento
916-376-4700

Sacramento's own triple-A baseball team plays in the heart of Sacramento. Go to a baseball game or take in a concert.

Sacramento Republic FC
Papa Murphy Park
1600 Exposition Blvd.
Sacramento
916-307-6100

Sacramento's own MLS Men's Professional Soccer team.

Guest Services

Questions?

Click here (open in new window) to chat or text us at (916) 407-5270.

24-hour Automated Shopping Line: (916) 920-1167

Amenities

Arden Fair offers many amenities to enhance your shopping experience including family restrooms, comfortable soft seating and conveniently located single stroller rentals.

Arden Fair Security can provide the following services:

  • Lost and Found*
  • First Aid
  • Courtesy Escorts
  • Complimentary Wheelchairs
If you need to use these services, contact an officer or call 916-514-4101.

*Lost and found property turned over to Arden Fair Security will be secured and stored. A reasonable effort will be made to locate its rightful owner. However, if the property is not claimed within 30-days, the property will be turned over to the Sacramento Police Department in compliance with Sacramento City Code - 3.84.010 and California Civil Code Sections 2080-2082. Questions on lost and found should be directed to the Arden Fair Security at 916-514-4101.

Sacramento City Code - 3.84.010 Lost & Found/Responsibility of finder of lost property. Any person who shall save or find any personal property, the ownership of which is unknown to such person, shall, within a reasonable time after saving or finding such property, turn the property over to the police department of the city in compliance with Section 2080.1 of the California Civil Code. (Ord. 2000-017 § 2(k)(vi) (Exh. G); Ord. 2000-013 § 1; prior code § 12.06.100)

Other Services and Amenities:

  • Valet Parking (opens one hour after the mall opens and closes one hour before the mall closes)
  • (4) electrical car parking spaces located across from Valet service near Sleep Number
  • Complimentary WiFi in the Food Court, Nordstrom, and Starbucks areas
  • TTY/TDD Telephone located at Guest Services on the lower level
  • Family Carousel
  • Kids Adventure Area - Kids up to the age of five are invited to climb and explore our soft play area locate in the Food Court.

Old Sacramento Shop

Shopping

Discover a wild collection of unusual, locally-owned shops revealing truly novel gifts, one-of-a-kind collectibles, and of course, more than enough upscale accessories and apparel for the hard-to-please. When asked, “Where in the world did you find that?” The answer, on the Waterfront, of course.

A Million Sunglasses

114 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 View map (916) 446-6008

Bohemian Aesthetic Atelier

106 L Street Suite 1
Sacramento, CA 95814 View map (916) 822-2464

California Gifts & Shirts

Family owned since 1988.

910 2nd Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 View map (916) 448-8088

Chinese-West Medical Center

Find the best way to relieve your ailment

1028 2nd St.
Sacramento, CA 95814 View map (916) 930-0808

Evangeline's

113 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 View map (916) 443-2181

Eagle Theatre

925 Front Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 View map (916) 323-6343

Firehouse Restaurant Event Spaces

The Firehouse has five separate private dining and event spaces, capable of accommodating events for 16 to 300 guests. From the opulent charm of the Golden Eagle Room to the rustic beauty of our Courtyard and Courtyard Grill, our highly trained event staff can provide memorable results for any occasion, including business symposiums and other work functions.

1112 2nd Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 View map (916) 442-4772 Send message

Downtown Sacramento Shopping

There are four parking garages that serve DOCO Sacramento.

DOCO Central Garage (located at 414 J Street): Open at all times for all retail, restaurant and Cinemark parking, including during concerts, games and events at Golden 1 Center. Valet is complimentary with theater validation during Golden 1 Center concerts, games and events.

DOCO East Garage (located at 7th & J Street): Open at all times for all retail, restaurant and Cinemark parking, including during concerts, games and events at Golden 1 Center.

DOCO West Garage (located at 325 L Street): Open for all retail, restaurant and Cinemark parking, with the exception of during Golden 1 Center games, concerts and special events.

Sawyer Hotel Garage (located at 500 J Street): Level P1 open for all retail, restaurant and Cinemark parking, with the exception of during Golden 1 Center games, concerts and special events.



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