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Old 01-31-2019, 9:29 AM
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Default Legal to CCW in Old Sacramento, the Train Museum, and Children's Museum?

Any one have any info or experience? Thanks
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Old 01-31-2019, 9:52 AM
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I would just dress up in cowboy gear with a revolver on my hip and no one would be the wiser. People might actually give you tips to take pictures with you.

In all seriousness though, I don’t know the answer to this question but am curious as well.
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Old 01-31-2019, 9:55 AM
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just ask the front desk clerk before purchasing your ticket
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^^ I would rather know before getting there, if possible
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Old 01-31-2019, 11:28 AM
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Old Sacramento and The Railroad Museum are a part of the California State Park System. It is legal to carry concealed in state parks if you have a CCW.
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Why don’t you just call them? I’m sure they have been asked before.
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^not necessarily, the lady at the post office had a conniption when I said I needed to ship a rifle, and the supervisor who took over the situation looked at me with the greatest disdain. I can only imagine the headache asking if it was ok to ccw anyplace and how they would treat me, which from reading is exactly what the OP is trying to avoid
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I'd ask them
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Going to the train museum next week, any update on ccw in the museum? Any metal detectors?
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Default Legal to CCW in Old Sacramento, the Train Museum, and Children's Museum?

CCR 4313 (b) exempts you from the prohibition in CA State Parks. I don’t know who/what owns/runs the Children’s Museum, though. As was stated above, the CA Train Museum is okay, UNLESS your IA has a condition or restriction against carrying where there are signs prohibiting firearms. Sacramento County has such a condition. I have no idea if any of those places have such signs, but they may very well have them.

I haven’t been down there for a looong time, so I’m not sure if parts of Old Sac might be a Sac County Regional Park or a City of Sacramento park. If so, those areas would be off limits, since both have statutory prohibitions with NO exemption for LTC.
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National Historic Landmark District and State Historic Park.
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