Visiting Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park is located at:2701 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
Visitors should enter the park through the large gates facing 28th Street.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park is open daily (closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas)
Please contact California State Parks staff at Sutter’s Fort for more information (916) 445-4422
Adults $5 (18 years and older)
Youth $3 (ages 6 to 17)
Children Free (5 and under)
Admission fees are per person, and visitors may navigate Sutter’s Fort at their own pace.
Please Note: On special interpretive program days fees are $7 for adults and $5 for youth.
Are you looking to bring a commercial or private group to Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park? Please email email@example.com or call (916) 445-3755.
Unguided School Groups:
ReserveCalifornia is now taking reservations via phone at 1-866-240-4655. In order to guarantee a space for a tour of 10 or more people, school tours and other group tours must have a confirmed reservation. Space availability is ONLY assured with a reservation placed through ReserveCalifornia.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park does not have its own parking lot. Metered city parking is available, and there are several public parking lots in the vicinity.
Our friends at the Midtown Association are a great resource for more information about parking, public transportation and biking options in Midtown, Sacramento. Please visit their Getting Around web page for detailed information including maps.
Bus Parking: Free bus parking is available on “L” Street in front of Sutter’s Fort.
Public Transportation is also an option, please check with Sacramento Regional Transit.
Plan Your future Visit
Visitors to Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park are welcome to explore the historic structures and living history museum at their own pace. A map and brochure is available at the kiosk. Please note that California State Parks is no longer offering the audio tour.
Personal photography is welcome throughout Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park. Commercial photography must be approved in advance by California State Parks. Please tag us in your photos @friendsofsuttersfort
We also encourage visitors to explore the exterior grounds of Sutter’s Fort, and to visit our neighbors at the State Indian Museum. Sutter’s Fort is located in the heart of Midtown Sacramento’s Sutter District, which is home to dozens of outstanding restaurants and shops- many within walking distance. For more information, please visit the Midtown Association’s website.