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All reviews antique shops carpe vino pizza ale house gold country fire house post office fun shops lots of restaurants walk around wine bar gold rush great food front porch art gallery fun place few hours
We stopped to see the old town Shop, do some walking to stretch our legs and just wander to admire the architecture. One of our favorite things to do in small towns! Our favorite shop was Avant Garden. It’s a town of “endurance” with mountain...More
The historical building are interesting and its well worth a stop to explore the town and its gold mining history. The old town is small and so its easy to walk around and see the historic buildings. Lots of cafes and places to eat or...More
A super charming little gold rush era town. lots of nice shops and one of my favorite breakfast restaurants, too. (Edelweiss. Come hungry). Parking can be a problem on weekends, but walking the town is fun, in any case, builds an appetite and gives you...More
So much to do and see, so little time. So, it's perfect for first timers AND locals cuz there's always something more to explore. Antiques, gifty shops, jewelry both fine and fun, unique clothing, beer, dumplings, tacos, pour over coffees, and an absolutely exquisite fine...More
The Auburn Old Town is charming and among the old buildings is the Historical Auburn Fire House aka the Auburn Hook & Ladder No 2. It has been erected in 1891 by the volunteer firemen of Auburn Hook & Ladder Company No 2 with funds...More
Auburn was a quaint friendly town with touristy shops & fun antique stores. The City of Commerce center was extremely friendly & helpful, more so than the Visitor's Center. Short distance from other towns with a good history. The Power's Mansion Inn is the place...More
Charming old mining town in the foothills with some good restaurants and shops. I have eaten at Tio Pepe's Restaurant Mexican many time and the food never disappoints. Eating outside on the porch on a warm summer evening is the BEST.
Interstate 80 to Auburn (35 miles east of Sacramento. Take the Maple Street Exit and the off ramp enters Old Town Auburn. Veer to right onto Lincoln Way and you are in Old Town. Parking on streets, or there is a lot across... More
Interstate 80 to Auburn (35 miles east of Sacramento. Take the Maple Street Exit and the off ramp enters Old Town Auburn. Veer to right onto Lincoln Way and you are in Old Town. Parking on streets, or there is a lot across from the courthouse as you continue up Lincoln Way.