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Reno, Nevada

Reno, Nevada - "the biggest little city in the world." Famous for exciting gaming, entertainment, and outdoor activites, Reno is located less than an hour from beautiful Lake Tahoe.

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Reno Arch

If you've ever traveled through Reno, chances are you've driven down the "main drag," Virginia Street, where most of Reno's casinos are located. If you've cruised Virginia, then you've ridden right underneath the famous Reno Arch, complete with the slogan "The Biggest Little City in the World." The arch was first located at North Virginia Street and Commercial Row, and that's where it still stands today.

The Nevada Museum of Art

In 1993, the NMA received accreditation from the American Association of Museums, making it the only accredited art museum in the state of Nevada. The permanent collection has grown to include over 1,500 paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints, and photographs which reflect five focus areas centered on the aesthetic articulation of the land and the environment.

Atlantis Casino Resort

The Atlantis is one of Reno's "big" casinos - lots of rooms, lots of restaurants, lots of gambling. It's not directly downtown - but south of downtown on Virginia St., close to the Peppermill. They have the "tropical" casino theme going and while the gambling seems good there, we only gave them a rating of "8" because of the seafood in the skyway. Let me explain... There is a big walkway over Virginia St. joining their parking lot to the casino.

The National Automobile Museum

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) opened on November 5, 1989, in a sleek, modern structure built and designed specifically for the Museum. The 105,000 square-foot facility is located along the banks of the Truckee River in downtown Reno, Nevada.

National Bowling Stadium

The only facility of its kind in the world, the National Bowling Stadium is dedicated to the sport of bowling. Opening in 1995, The Los Angeles Times called it the "Taj Mahal of Tenpins". Living up to its name, the Stadium was elegantly designed with the tournament bowler in mind.

Reno Events Center

From pop superstars to headlining comics, the Reno Events Center is just the right size. Every square foot of Reno's newest and most versatile venue is built for entertainment, from world tour concert kickoffs to electrifying boxing matches, and everything in between. Its flexible 7,000 seat capacity and its location in the liveliest part of the city makes it the place to be in Reno.

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