Locke Historic District

Sacramento & the Central Valley

After a fire wiped out Walnut Grove’s Chinatown in 1912, the Chinese merchants, farmers and laborers who built the levees established Locke, a fascinating spot on the delta. Most sights close around 4pm. Docents lead tours from the visitors center from 10am to 3pm Friday to Sunday.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Sacramento & the Central Valley attractions

1. Dai Loy Museum

0.01 MILES

An old gambling hall filled with photos and relics of gaming operations, including betting tables and an antique safe.

2. Bogle

9.71 MILES

A few miles southwest of Clarksburg via winding County Rds 141 and 144, the region's best-known winery is set among vineyard on a sixth-generation family…

3. Jessie’s Grove

11.58 MILES

With its summer concert series and very long history, this is an anchor of Lodi wine producers. There's a new tasting room downtown on E Locust St.

4. Old Sugar Mill

11.98 MILES

This old mill serves as a hub for a thriving community of local winemakers, featuring several local tasting rooms and nice outdoor spaces overlooking…

5. LangeTwins

11.99 MILES

The Viognier and reserve blends are worth the 7-mile drive north of town to this state-of-the-art steel-and-redwood winery.

6. Michael David

12.25 MILES

These brothers have built an enthusiastic following with their oaky, fruity wines. Their renowned Zinfandel, '7 Deadly Zins,' is a standout. The cafe and…

8. Riaza Wines

15.12 MILES

The downtown tasting room pours Spanish varietals that only recently were discovered to grow like mad in the Lodi sun.