Roseville's thriving culture gives it a quality of life which is unmatched in the area. Read below for more about Roseville's:
Events and Attractions
See the Planning page for a listing of Roseville events and attractions.
3rd Saturday Art Walk During the 3rd Saturday of every month, participating art venues keep their doors open from 6:00pm-9:00pm, for visitors to enjoy an evening of fine art, music and refreshments.
Carnegie Museum The Carnegie Museum is housed in Roseville's first permanent library. In addition to exhibits and information on the history of Roseville and the surrounding area, the Carnegie Museum offers a walking tour of historic old town Roseville based on a self guided tour created by the Roseville Chamber of Commerce Revitalization Committee for visitors, new residents to our area, and long-time inhabitants seeking a re-acquaintance with the past.
Downtown Tuesday Nights Every Tuesday night, from the beginning of May through the end of July, on Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville the streets are filled with classic cars, food, a farmers market, vendors, entertainment, and a beer & wine garden.
Maidu Museum and Historic Site The Maidu Museum & Historic Site offer a safe, fenced natural haven for families and individuals who want a brief respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Graced by oak trees and bordered on the south by a branch of Linda Creek/Strap Ravine, the nature area offers a loop trail that takes you past ancient petroglyphs and hundreds of bedrock mortars for grinding acorns,evidence of Nisenan / southern Maidu occupation of the site for thousands of years. Inside the museum you'll find exhibits portraying the Maidu way of life.
Music in the Park For the past seventeen years, Performing Arts of Roseville (PAR) has provided the community with free, family concerts. It has become a summer tradition. PAR seeks to bring to the people of our area, young and old alike, the joy of music, the joy of diversity and the joy of fellowship.
The 404 Gallery is a home for dozens of talented artists representing all genre of artistic expression including: Ceramics, Oil and Acrylic Paintings, Water Color, Collage, Metal Sculptures, Mixed Media, Jewelry, Photography, Paper Mache and more!
Magic Circle Theatre The Magic Circle Theatre was founded in 1987 by Bob and Rosemarie Gerould. In twenty years of providing quality entertainment to the residents of Placer County, they have gone through a tremendous amount of change. They now operate the largest Children's Theatre Workshop in the state of California, and are the second largest Community Theatre in the state with an annual budget of over $1,000,000. Magic Circle Theatre operates two theaters on Vernon Street in historic downtown Roseville—the 80 year old Roseville Theatre and recently refurbished Tower Theatre.
Northern California Dance Conservatory NCDC is a 6,300 square foot studio space divided into 4 large state of the art studios.NCDC is the home of Roseville’s first black box theater that will allow students the opportunities to perform in an intimate, professional setting. All teachers at NCDC are professionals in their genre. Many have worked all over the world gaining professional experience and knowledge that will be passed on to each student. Every student, from beginning to professional, has the opportunity to receive the highest level of education and instruction from talented instructors who are not only professional dancers but also experienced teachers and educators.
Roseville Arts/Blue Line Gallery Roseville Arts provides leadership for the role the arts play in Roseville’s ongoing community development in all these areas, offering arts opportunities that are inviting and accessible for all. The Blue Line Gallery is a hub where people engage in vibrant arts experiences and a center for arts outreach into the community.
Sacramento Capitals World Team Tennis The Sacramento Capitals new home is Roseville's own Allstate Stadium. The Capitals have been a member of the WTT League for twenty years and have brought numerous tennis stars to the Sacramento area, including Andre Agassi, Martina Navratilova, Jimmy Connors, Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, Lindsay Davenport, Jana Novotna, Venus Williams, Martina Hingis, Andy Roddick and Pete Sampras.
Shop at Roseville's hundreds of unique national retailers, local boutiques, and services. Experience the ultimate in designer choices at one of the largest shopping malls in the region. Dine at one of the hundreds of national and local restaurants in the area. Shop at one of Roseville's many auto dealers and see the largest inventory of new and used vehicles in Northern California.