Reno: Museums & Historical Places

Aerospace Learning Xperience Reno/Tahoe Campus (ALEX)

Description: Dedicated to inspiring careers in STEM and educating future generations of aviation and aerospace professionals, pilots, mechanics, engineers, technicians, and related workforces through hands-on learning experiences. Currently open for tours by appointment only.
Phone: (775) 815-0819

Fleischmann Planetarium

Description: Planetarium Shows and Exhibits. Birthday parties available.
Phone: (775) 784-4812

Historic Huffaker School

Description: Historically restored site available for rent for private events.
Phone: (775) 823-6501

International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame

Description: Hall-of-fame portraits and artifacts.

National Automobile Museum

Description: The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) is a place where time, culture, beauty, history, human invention, ingenuity and frivolity merge to fascinate us in the form of cars.
Phone: (775) 333-9300

Nevada Historical Society

Description: Museum dedicated to preserving the history and culture of Nevada.
Phone: (775) 688-1190

Nevada Museum of Art

Description: Art classes, family programs, exhibits, camps and special events.
Phone: (775) 329-3333

Rancho San Rafael Regional Park

Description: Located near the May museum and arboretum, park has playgrounds, picnic tables, running trails, and multipurpose fields. Seasonal pony rides nearby.
Phone: (775) 785-4512

Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum

Description: A hands-on museum dedicated to inspiring lifelong learning in science, technology, engineering, art, math, and the world around us.
Phone: (775) 786-1000

Verdi Park and Historic Schoolhouse

Description: Park shared with the school nearby has a playgound, tennis courts, baseball and basketball fields, and hand ball courts.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Western Heritage Interpretive Center

Description: Small exhibits are hosted periodically. Available to rent for private events.
Phone: (775) 823-6501

Wilbur D. May Center

Description: Museum and Arboretum dedicated to the life and legacy of the business man, soldier, politician, pilot, artist and adventurer Wilbur D. May. Arboretum admission is Free, there is a fee for museum admission.
Phone: (775) 785-5961