National Automobile Museum
Right on the Truckee River, it's an upscale, friendly place to game or spa.
Founded by Nevada gambling pioneer William Harrah in 1946, it's still one of the biggest and most popular casinos in town.
Near Fitzgerald's, check out the landmark Reno Arch, built in 1926 to commemorate the completion of the first transcontinental highway...
A pulsing-hot dance club and down-tempo lounge that would feel right at home in Vegas.
A no-frills Vietnamese noodle shop just off the casino strip that serves up bowls and bowls of steamy soup.
10 S Lake St · interesting places nearby
National Automobile Museum information
Stylized street scenes illustrate a century’s worth of automobile history at this engaging car museum. The collection is enormous and impressive, with one-of-a-kind vehicles – including James Dean’s 1949 Mercury from Rebel Without a Cause, a 1938 Phantom Corsair and a 24-karat gold-plated DeLorean – and rotating exhibits bringing in all kinds of souped-up or fabulously retro rides.