Choose a Woodland hotel close to the city's Downtown Historic District, and you'll be steps from such landmarks as the circa-1885 Woodland Opera House. It's the first such institution in the Sacramento Valley and the pride of a culture-embracing community. The unfussy red-brick exterior of the building belies the grandeur of the immaculately restored playhouse inside, its horseshoe-balcony seating and heavy, red velvet curtain reminiscent of the days when long white gloves, brass opera glasses, and the finest of hats were the expected attire of patrons. Skip forward in time to the 1950s and visit Reiff's Antique Gas Station Automotive Museum, where gleaming chrome pumps and boldly colored signs plant you in a retro scene from a different era. The glories of mid-century car culture are long gone, but you can enjoy the comforts of a contemporary ride when you pick up one of the Woodland rental cars to continue your travels to nearby Sacramento. Book Sacramento hotels, and you'll have plenty of time to travel back to the days of the Wild West with a visit to Old Town.
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