Discover the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, Reno's top AAA Four-Diamond hotel, which has 1,631 opulent guest rooms, including 600 suites.
Truckee River Walk
The Truckee River Walk, a skate park, several historic structures, a cathedral, and a park are all well-known features.
National Automobile Museum
The National Automobile Museum is home to more than 225 unique, vintage, and collector automobiles that are shown with real street sights and noises from bygone eras.
Alpine skiing enthusiasts go to Lake Tahoe in the winter and early spring.
Sparks Heritage Museum
An interesting look into the past of the city's Sparks and Truckee Meadows neighbourhoods may be found at the Sparks Heritage Museum.
National Bowling Stadium
The enormous National Bowling Stadium in the heart of Reno is the largest ten-pin bowling facility in the world, measuring an astonishing 363,000 square feet.
The Reno Arch, which spans Virginia Street at Commercial Row, is a well-known landmark in Reno, Nevada.
STIHL National Championship Air Races & Air Show
Aviation enthusiasts are aware that viewing some of the most exquisite aircraft in one location is one of the highlights of the STIHL National Championship Air Races.
Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts
Due to its golden geodesic dome, the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, which was built in 1967, is a landmark building in downtown Reno.
A little park has been turned into a 38-acre, top-notch sanctuary for wild, non-releasable animals from all over the state and the world by Animal Ark.
The casino's floor is 64,814 square feet large. One of Reno's most prosperous and opulent residences, it is frequently referred to simply as "Atlantis."