Effective January 1, 2015, the Governor's Mansion State Historic Park will close to the public for an extensive renovation project. The Mansion will undergo preservation work, which will include necessary upgrades to aging electrical, plumbing, fire suppression, heating and air conditioning systems.
The work will be conducted in phases, and is expected to be completed in 2015.
California State Parks encourages visitors to visit these other historic Sacramento-area State parks, including:
The Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park: After a 14-year, $20 million restoration and renovation, the Stanford Mansion is open to the public. It also serves the citizens of California as the state's official reception center for leaders from around the world. The Leland Stanford Mansion is a stunning example of the splendor and elegance of the Victorian era in California. For more information visit the Leland Stanford Mansion website.
The California State Capitol Museum: Home of the California Legislature since 1869, the State Capitol underwent a major renovation that restored much of the building's original look. The building features exhibits and tours - and possibly an opportunity to watch the legislators debate a bill or cast a vote. For more information visit the Capitol Museum website.
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What: Inaugural Lighting of the Exterior of the Historic Governor’s Mansion, Carriage House and Grounds
Where: Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park
When: November 4th, 2013
Time: 6 p.m.
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Please join us for the Inaugural Lighting of the Exterior of the Historic Governor's Mansion, Carriage House and Grounds, and the opening of the newly restored 3rd Floor to its 1877 glory!
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Please Click Here for a letter from the Board of Directors with more information about the Historic Mansion.
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Please Click Here to download the invitation.
The funds raised are needed to assist in keeping the Governor's Mansion open for all to enjoy!