Reno

48°
48° - January
52° - February
61° - March
66° - April
75° - May
85° - June
94° - July
92° - August
84° - September
72° - October
58° - November
48° - December
Dec avg
$83
Avg Hotel
$315
Est. Airfare

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Description

Can't decide whether you prefer a big city or a small town? Then head on over to Reno, the "biggest little city in the world." While it's known for its miles of poker tables and slot machines, Reno is nestled at the foot of the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Great Basin. It's a retreat for adults, looking for casinos, entertainment and nightlife. But it's also a city renowned for family entertainment thanks to its outdoor activities, museums, and fascinating history. The accommodations range from extravagant to simple and inexpensive. As does the cuisine. There are so many options, you have almost unlimited choices. The desert sun provides the perfect warmth for visitors in spring, summer, and even fall. But visitors in the winter can find perfect powder within a short drive. With a nickname that is itself an oxymoron, this big little city has something for everyone.
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National Automobile Museum

See over 220 vehicles! Give yourself plenty of time to look at all the cars and learn about their unique characteristics.
Cost: Children 5 and under: Free, Youth 6-18: $4, Adults: $10
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Riverwalk Wine Walk

Receive a wine glass with a list of venues that are participating and walk along the river and city while stopping to taste different kinds of wine. There are tons of shops and places to see!
Cost: 20
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Animal Ark

A wildlife sanctuary where you can see many different animals. Rent a golf cart to help you get around or enjoy the different shows the sanctuary offers.
Cost: Children 3-12: $6.50, Adults: $8
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Language

English

Currency

[USD] American Dollars

Airports

Reno/Tahoe International Airport [RNO]