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Experience Reno’s up-and-coming Midtown District, home to unique shops, an eclectic art scene and some of the city’s most intriguing restaurants and bars.
Arts, Culture & Entertainment:
One of the top ten automobile museums in the country, the National Automobile Museum boasts an impressive collection of more than 220 different automobiles - from vintage classics to rare limited editions, even cars used on movie and tv sets! Explore the various galleries and exhibits to learn more about the museum’s one-of-a-kind collection or book a 90-minute guided tour to delve deeper and learn interesting facts and stories behind the collections.
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Take a stroll along the picturesque Truckee River and explore Reno’s bustling Riverwalk District. Recently revitalized by the city, the downtown riverwalk offers ample green spaces and parks, as well as shopping, restaurants, bars and entertainment.
Want to learn more about the biggest little city in the world? Try one of these guided tours to experience Reno’s art, history and culture.
Reno Bike Brew - Grab some friends to bike through town on a pedal trolley while stopping at some of the city’s most popular breweries and distilleries.
Walk across the Truckee River on the historic Virginia Street Bridge.
Named after a well-known Reno philanthropist, the Wilbur D. May Center offers fun and engaging learning experiences for all ages. The center is home to a museum, arboretum and botanical garden. Learn more about the legacy and worldwide travels of Wilbur D. May while browsing his unique private collection at the museum, or browse the botanical garden’s native plants and stunning seasonal displays.
If you rent a car or have other transportation, here are some notable sights outside of Reno!
For a truly unique and historical experience, explore Genoa, the first settled community in what later became the Nevada territory.
Located 35 miles from Reno, Virginia City is an old western town that became an important industrial city in the American West during the mining boom of the 19th century. The discovery of a rich deposit of silver in 1859, known as the Comstock Lode, led thousands of people to flock to the area in hopes of striking it rich. During the city’s heyday, millions of dollars in gold and silver were mined in the area. In 1961, the town was declared as a National Historic Landmark and to this day continues to maintain its rich historic character and preserve its vibrant mining past.
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