Museums

We have so many museums to choose from.
Nevada State Museum

Without the efforts of Judge Clark J. Guild and his supporters, the Nevada State Museum would not exist today. Guild founded the museum in 1939 and served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees and benefactor until his passing in 1971. Read More at the Nevada State Museum

Nevada Museum of Art

We are a museum of ideas. While building upon our founding collections and values, we strive to offer meaningful art and cultural experiences, and foster new knowledge in the visual arts by encouraging interdisciplinary investigation. The Nevada Museumof Art serves as an educational resource for everyone. Read More at the Nevada Museum of Art

National Automobile Museum

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) was selected by AutoWeek magazine as one of America’s Five Greatest Automobile Museums in March 2012. The Museum had already been on AutoWeek’s list of the “Sixteen Best” automobile museums in the world. In addition, when the Museum opened in 1989, it was reported to have set the standard for auto museums worldwide with its extensive collection and innovative design. Read More at the National Automobile Museum

The Discovery Museum


In just over four years since opening to the public, The Discovery has solidified its place in our region as the home for informal science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) learning. Through hands-on galleries and exhibitions, and a robust array of educational programs, The Discovery connects learners of all ages with opportunities to explore a wide variety of ever-changing topics, all designed to inspire curiosity and further investigation. Read More at the Discovery Museum

Wilbur D May Center

This facility preserves the life and legacy of Wilbur D. May. In addition to his life as an adventurer and world traveler, rancher, artist, pilot, businessman, and Soldier, Wilbur was a committed philanthropist in the Reno community – in particular toward education and well-being for children. The May Center’s museum, arboretum, and botanical gardens are places where Wilbur’s passion lives on, with fun and learning for visitors of all ages. Read More at the Wilbur D. May Center

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