Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park

800 North Street
Sacramento, CA 95814


After a 14-year, $22 million restoration and rehabilitation, the Mansion is now open to the public as a museum.  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.  On your tour of the 19,000-square-foot Mansion you will see:

•  17-foot ceilings
•  Gilded mirrors and exquisitely detailed carved moldings 
•  Beautifully restored woodwork
•  Elegant 19th century crystal and bronze light fixtures 
•  Historic paintings
•  Re-created carpeting and draperies based on photographs from the 1870s to 
   match the original interior design
•  Original period furnishings that belonged to the Stanfords.
•  19th-Century style gardens

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