You’ve arrived in Fallon and know you’ve got a big day ahead. Start your day with a delicious breakfast at Courtyard Cafe, Stone Cabin Coffee, Jo’s Stillwater Tea Room, or one of the many restaurants here in the city.
Next stop: Arts, Culture, and more!
The Oats Park Art Center is one of the City of Fallon’s most storied buildings, built over a century ago to serve as the Oats Park School building before being renovated as an art center. With a 350-seat theater and over 3,000 square feet of gallery and exhibition space, this art center has plenty of room to host their large selection of creative experiences, including an annual performing arts series, visual art exhibitions, artist conversations, and more.
Be sure to check the Churchill Arts Council current concert and visual art collection schedule. You will not be disappointed, we promise.
If you happened to pick a date where there is no live performance we have you covered. Check out Frey Ranch Distillery before heading out to dinner.
For the thousands of people who visit the Churchill County Museum every year, it is no surprise that it lives as a gateway into the area’s rich history with both humans and nature. Explore snapshots of historic Fallon residents, look back at its Gold Rush history or enjoy the ever-changing exhibits that share an intimate look at what life was like in a past Churchill County.
If you have extra time be sure to check out some of local favorites: Oats Park Arts Center Frey Ranch Distillery Lattin Farms
Historical Walking, Arts & Agricultural Tours TravelStory App
Click below to download our new TravelStory App. Explore historical downtown Fallon as you walk through history. Be sure to also check out the Arts & Agricultural tour as you drive to Fallon Famous spots.