Gold Fever! Game
Take our Adventure Tour… the Gold Fever! Game
Our all-new guided Gold Fever! Game is never the same twice. Relive Sacramento’s boomtown days, when gold ruled and you were always an eye blink away from triumph or tragedy.
You’ll become one of the real-life rascals who scratched and clawed to make this the center of the Gold Rush. The Gold Fever! Game throws in elements of chance that may change your fate.
Will floods, fires and disease destroy your fortune, or will you escape to thrive anew in the gold State? Will you grow rich with the new railroad and steamboats in the brand-new Capital City – or blow it all at the gaming tables? You won’t know until you catch Gold Fever!
The tours start and end at the Sacramento Visitors Center, 1002 Second Street, near the corner of Second and J streets.
Please note, when events are occurring downtown, at the Golden One Center, or at Raley Field, parking can be sparse in Old Sacramento. Please leave extra time to find parking if taking a tour on an event day.
Gold Fever! Game Winter Schedule:
The 2019- 2020 Winter Gold Fever! Game tours are underway. Tours run Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. Follow the link to buy tickets.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for youths age 6 to 17. Children 5 and under are free; however, the tour is not recommended for this age group.
Reservations are recommended since tours do sell out. Please note that tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
Tours run rain or shine – please dress for the weather, and we recommend comfortable, closed-toe shoes for the uneven terrain of the tour route.
Want a private tour? Private tours can be booked for up to 15 people for a flat rate of $180, based upon availability. Please email Shawn Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 808-1946.
Gold Fever! School Tours:
School Tours run all year long! Gold Fever! School Tours leave from the Sacramento History Museum and are recommended for students in the 4th grade. To book a Gold Fever! School Tour, please contact the Education & Interpretive Program department at (916) 808-7059. Tour dates and times will depend on program availability. Please note that the museum has a strict 25-person maximum (including adults) per school tour.