The Antique Trove
After checking out the unique town of Auburn, the Antique Trove is a great place to continue your Placer County, C.A. adventure. Visit one of Northern California’s greatest displays of rare and vintage antiques, a sight to behold for all vintage enthusiasts. All the pieces are presented in 40 000 square feet of vignettes, with over 250 different shop owners. There is also an outdoor section of the Antique Trove you can shop at called the Antique Village, which has well over 10 000 square feet of space.
You are sure to stumble upon a unique piece to spice up your personal spaces and serve as a physical memory of the day you spent in Placer County. From rustic iron, garden furniture, and metal sculptures, the Antique Trove is definitely worth checking out while you are in the area.
Placer County Historical Museum
Placer County Historical Museum is the ideal place for history lovers, filled with memories and events of the past. Visit the Historical Museum for an overview of Placer County’s history, depicting events from all the way back to the Nisenan inhabitants of the second half of the 20th century. It is also home to the Placer County Gold collection along with the widely known Pate collection of American Indian artifacts, and an original painting of Thomas Kinkade titled the “Auburn Centennial”. Admission to the Placer County Historical Museum is free and is definitely worth checking out while you are in the area.
Savor the fresh ingredients of the restaurants
Eating local has become quite the trend nowadays, and if you are also a fan of these fresh ingredients, Placer County is the place for you. Almost all the restaurants in this county serve their food farm-to-table, meaning that was made with local ingredients harvested from farms nearby. This comes as no surprise as Placer County is surrounded by farmland, and the fresh and in-season ingredients that come from them are sure to enhance your dining experience by a long shot!
There is an infinite amount of options to choose from, but if you are visiting during the wintertime, the Bar & Grill restaurant is where you will find comfort in your foods, from Wagyu Cheeseburgers to soups and salads, and you will be more than satisfied.
Another option for visitors of the warmer seasons is the 105 Noshery, where design meets delicious food. With high-quality vendors and unique dishes, this restaurant is certain to leave a lasting impression on your pallet.