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Crocker Art Museum

Crocker Art Museum

There is always something surprising at the Crocker Art Museum.

Visit the Crocker to stroll through the galleries enjoying world-class works of art or hear a live jazz or classical concert. Or, spend an afternoon attending a lecture or taking a studio art class. And, top it all off with a delicious lunch at the Crocker Cafe and pick up the perfect memento from the Museum Store. There is so much to explore at the Crocker.

Art lovers will enjoy the Crocker’s collections of Californian art, European art, international ceramics, photography, Asian art, African and Oceanic art, and one of the nation’s finest collections of European drawings from the 15th to 19th centuries.  

Come see for yourself why the Crocker is the center of culture for the Sacramento region. Plan your visit at

History lovers will relish in the Crocker story, family collection, and the architecture. The Crocker was the first public art museum founded west of the Mississippi, established in 1885, and still serves as the primary resource for the study and appreciation of fine art in the Sacramento region. The Museum is a public-private partnership between the City and the Crocker Art Museum Association (CAMA).

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Whether you are hosting a VIP corporate reception or a once-in-a-lifetime celebration, you need a venue that is inspiring. Located in the heart of downtown Sacramento, with an array of striking and welcoming settings, the Crocker Art Museum is the place for your event or meeting. Our unique blend of art, architecture, and exceptional service guarantees you and your guests an unparalleled experience.

216 O Street
Sacramento, CA 95814