Arlington Avenue at Island Avenue (Wingfield Park) Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 827 7600
This river flows from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake nourishing farmland along its journey. Starting at Wingfield Park, you can walk for miles in either direction. Going east toward downtown Reno, you will pass the place where thousands of divorcees have thrown their wedding rings into the flowing waters. Birds of all kinds including Canadian geese, hawks and kingfishers can be seen foraging for food. Anglers can also enjoy the superb fishing the river offers.
6925 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 +1 775 853 8837
Miniature golf provides a challenge to young and old alike. This great place offers two 19-hole shaded, themed courses to play. For those wishing to play longer, there's also a 28-hole venue. If you want to beat your boss at a game of golf, you can hold your company picnic here. Birthday parties can also be arranged. In between rounds, try beating your kid at video games in the arcade or take a pizza break at Giorgio's Pizza Parlor. Call for opening hours.
3670 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 +1 775 828 0888
Displayed in this exceptional gallery you will find works of more than 500 artists from 45 countries. This is the ultimate place for art lovers who want to purchase that special piece of art for their home or office. All mediums are well represented here including paintings, sculpture and graphics by today's most talented artists. Be sure to put this gallery on your list of places to see when visiting Reno...you'll be glad you did. Call for opening hours.
8155 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 +1 775 852 2215
This classy little gallery is located in southwest Reno just a few minutes from downtown. It's well worth the short drive to view the artistry displayed here. The works of several artists are featured here, including the art of Cynthia Ryan, wildlife sculpture by Dana Galletti and glass sculpture by Kathleen Akers. You will also find historical collectibles such as antique prints and posters. Speaking of posters, it also has a good stock of Reno Rodeo posters dating back to 1983. The artwork depicted on these collector items is quite remarkable and very popular.
Renowned landscape artist Gene Speck has a huge selection of his works displayed at this lovely gallery. He is very well known for his beautiful ranch and Indian camp scenes. Western art has never been depicted more beautifully. Other works featured here include award-winning water-colors by Mary Aiwohi-Cisco and oil paintings by Yvonne Louthan. All of the works are tastefully displayed and a pleasure to behold. Take one home and enjoy the serenity for years to come.
135 North Sierra Street Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 324 2298
This marvelous gallery is located just one block from downtown Reno. It is an absolute must-see if you're looking for the perfect gift or something for yourself. Watercolors and oils, mostly by Nevada artists, show the exquisite beauty of the area. Marvelous photography by award-winning S. C. Mignon and Linda Dufurrena is also on display. Other items available include hand-woven baskets, fountains, miniatures galore, glass, and copper 3D sculptures.
1650 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89557 +1 775 784 4811
This facility is totally far out! Learn how much you would weigh on Venus and about black holes in the universe. In the Star Theater, visitors recline in comfortable seats while the heavens open above them on the Skydome screen. Among the many exhibits, you can see a meteorite weighing more than one ton that actually fell in Nevada. The public observatory contains a 12-inch reflecting telescope so you can see the stars up close and personal. Call for more information on Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center.
The Nevada Museum of Art is an environmental statement about Nevada's unique landscape. With 13,482 square feet of gallery space for major exhibitions, 180-seat multimedia theater for presentations, recitals, and films, dining in Café Musée and street-level and rooftop sculpture galleries, the NMA continues to offer audiences of all ages a variety of experiences. The NMA's feature exhibitions showcase national and international artists. The permanent collection relates to issues of Nevada and the West with an emphasis on the environment. For more information visit their website.
10 South Lake Street Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 333 9300
If classic cars are your passion, then this museum is an absolute must-see. The 100,000-square-foot building houses one of the largest collections of antique automobiles to be found anywhere. The cars are grouped by age in street settings appropriate to their time. These real-life backdrops include everything from Burma Shave signs to old gas pumps. See the cars that were originally a part of the Harrah collection including a Cadillac that belonged to Elvis Presley.
300 East 2nd Street Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 322 1538
The whole city gets into the act during the entire month of July every year for this outstanding festival. More than 200 events take place at various locations citywide, including films, ballet, art workshops, poetry readings, and music. This event has been nationally acclaimed as one of the best summer arts festivals in the country. Most events are free. Bring money for food and drink. Some vendors may take credit cards.
This hotel is often referred to as the Cadillac of
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The Nevada Museum of Art is an environmental statement about
Nevada's unique landscape. With 13,482 square feet of gallery space for major exhibitions, 180 seat multimedia theater for presentations, recitals, and films, dining in Café Musée and street level ...
The courthouse was completed in 1912 and is still in
use today. It was designed by noted Nevada architect Frederick J. DeLongchamps, who also designed the downtown post office and other Nevada courthouses. This interesting building is in the ...