Home to a number of noteworthy Nevadans, this tree-lined picturesque 28-acre cemetery was established in 1900 and features nearly 10,000 gravesites.
Built in 1904, this charming building is on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of Nevada’s best examples of Queen Anne architecture.
Also on the National Register of Historic Places, this unique 1903 Neo-Classical gem is the only wooden-framed courthouse in operation in Nevada.
With a library system dating back to 1905, this surprisingly modern library has something for everybody, from contemporary book collections to workshops, classes, activities for kids and teens and the fastest fiber internet available.
With over 14,000 square feet of exhibit space, this museum houses artifacts, photographs and documents that tell Churchill County’s unique and colorful history – all at no cost to the public.
This multi-discipline community arts center features the stunning Barkley Theatre, world-class performances, film screenings, author readings, visual art galleries, including the E. L. Wiegand Gallery and a cafe.
Covering 80,000 acres of lush marsh bursting with wildlife, this area is classified as an internationally-recognized bird area by the American Bird Conservancy.
Adventurers from around the world can’t stop flocking to these picturesque sand dunes for off-highway vehicle (OHV) riding, sandboarding and hiking.
Grimes Point Archaeological Area is eleven miles east of Fallon and features a trail filled with intriguing rock writings and the art of ancient civilizations.
Looking for a great way to spend an afternoon? Catch a FREE tour of Hidden Cave. This underground cave is an archeological treasure trove for tourists and locals alike. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to explore this cave’s marvels and ancient artifacts. Visitors should prepare to be awestruck by the cave’s incredibly preserved landscape and […]