December 3rd Tree Lighting 6-9pm 

December 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 & 18th  5-8pm SANTA VISITS and Horse and Wagon Rides!

December 5th 53rd Annual Arts and Crafts Fair 9am-4pm

December 17th Hometown Christmas - Amphitheater 


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Things To See & Do In The Folsom Historic District

In Historic Folsom

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Sutter Street Fair

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Folsom Ice Rink

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Farmers Market

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Holidays in Historic Folsom

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The Historic District transforms into a magical Christmas scene with pop-up carolers and even occasional snowfall.

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Hometown Parade

June 25, 2022
Come out to enjoy some old fashion family fun with this hometown parade while celebrating Folsom!

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Spotlight on Mystique Dining, A High-Class Dining Experi... Mystique Dining is one of the most unique, high-class dining experiences in the world....
Spotlight on Karen's Bakery - Beloved and Delicious Euro... Karen's is a European Style bakery that serves breakfast and lunch daily AND makes all...
Spotlight on Q'Bole (Meaning What's Up or A Way To Greet... For Q'Bole, a family owned and operated Mexica Restaurant and Cantina since 2004, supp...

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The Folsom Historic District Association is so pleased to be the recipient of a $30,000 Amplifier Award from SMUD via the Shine Award Program to help with costs to construct the sun and shade structure on the Zittel Family Amphitheater.

This Historic District has been raising funds for the project for the past 3 years.

The Amplifier Award through the Shine Award Program was instrumental in providing the funding needed to break ground on this project.

The addition of the shade and sun protection structure will create a year-round, any time of day access hub for entertainment and community events.  

The shade structure installation happening soon. 

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If you're hungry, breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert are served at multiple restaurants. Historic Folsom offers a wide variety of dining options including California cuisine, Chinese, Mexican, Japanese, pizza, delis and more. If cocktails are what you are seeking, discover Historic Folsom’s many taverns and wine bars.

The Lake Natoma Inn is a full-service hotel located in Historic Folsom and features 138 guest rooms, 13,000 feet of function space, and Natoma Grill which is open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week.

The American River Bike Trail path, a 33-mile trail that connects to downtown Sacramento, starts in Historic Folsom. Bicyclists, runners and walkers enjoy the scenic, waterfront walkways.

Please discover the many service businesses that reside in Historic Folsom. We have everything you need!

Historic Folsom is often termed, “the place where the west came and stayed. Enjoy Folsom’s history by visiting the Folsom History MuseumPioneer VillageThe Folsom Railroad Museum, and the Historic Railroad Turntable. The site of California’s first hydro-electric powerhouse is located nearby.

Historic Folsom is a destination offering a wide variety of things to do. Visit our art galleries and live theatre. Listen to live music and dance the night away at one of our nightclubs. It's also the place to go for a unique shopping experience.

We offer antique stores, clothing and home boutiques, and specialty stores. Many of our shops have been in business for more than 20 years. In addition, we have several new shops opening every month. Whether you are shopping for yourself or looking for the perfect gift, you will find it in Historic Folsom!

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