New Business Hours: Open DAILY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (7 days a week)
Masks are required as mandated by the State of Nevada.
**Notice: On Sunday, October 24th, Gallery Four will be closed for a private event**
Looking for fun things to do in Reno this weekend with kids? Don't miss one of America's top 10 auto museums and one of the top Reno attractions.
The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) is one of the top Reno attractions with a “Wow!” factor you won't want to miss. Our museum has 200 eye-popping cars with authentic street scenes and sounds and the facades bring displays to life. From a museum store to a theatre with artifacts from each era, there is plenty to do here at this Reno local history museum which is why we have the best things to do in Reno! The National Automobile Museum is also the perfect event space to be used for birthday party activities or as a Reno meeting room rental, corporate training space, prom venue, and even a unique wedding venue!
The National Automobile Museum offers educational programs serving adults, families, educators, and classrooms. Stop by our antique car museum today to learn car history information on the vehicles featured in The Harrah's Car Collection.Education and Research
A National Automobile Museum membership provides wonderful benefits. By getting a Reno membership to our local history museum, it helps support our goal to preserve and conserve our rich automobile history.Ways to support
With multiple settings and rooms, our beautiful historic property is a top choice if you're looking for venues in Reno. The National Automobile Museum is the ideal year-round location to be used as a Reno prom venue, wedding venue, banquet room, or just a general event space for birthday party activities. Get in touch with us to book out our event space.Banquet Space Options
National Automobile Museum Events
31 Oct, 21Upcoming
Family Halloween fun with candy stations and all new games. Trick or Treat in the Streets of the Museum from 2 to 5 p.m. with…03 Nov, 21Upcoming
NAM Annual History Symposium 1910 to 1920: Some of These Days Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday November 3-5, 2021, 4 – 6:30 p.m. Saturday, November…
- 08 AprRead more
April 2021 Second Thursday Talk Women in Automotive History – Remarkable women in the automotive industry and how they’ve affected the car you currently drive.
- 16 FebRead more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Phil MacDougall named new Executive Director of the National Automobile Museum RENO, Nev. (February 15, 2021) — The Board of Trustees
- 11 NovRead more
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts for their support. The Museum has
- 04 NovRead more
Just in time for gift giving! Live Book Sale & Signing The National Automobile Museum presents, “The Authors” Saturday, November 14, 2020 10 a.m. to
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We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities for their support. The Museum has received a
- 08 OctRead more
Due to COVID-19 guidelines this Second Thursday Talk video will be online only. Video link will be posted to our website and the video will
- 02 SepRead more
Today is the day! Our newest exhibit, “Bill Harrah – A Retrospective” is now open! September 2, 2020 would have been William “Bill” Harrah’s 109th
What our visitors are saying about their experience.
The museum is well done and there is a nice theater where one can learn about Bill Harrah. The car collection is large and is of interest to both car aficionados as casual viewers.Katrina S., Yelp
Totally enjoyed it. Many great cars, it was bigger and better than expected. Thought it was great seeing some of the cars used in movies and cars owned by famous people!Scot B., TripAdvisor
I love cars, I am a gearhead. They have so many Big Daddy Roth ratrods that I was in heaven. I loved this place so much and want to take my dad there some day.Tanya W., Google
An important historical collection of vintage cars, displayed in themed scenes. You’ll experience a walk back in time as you stroll through the streets and scenes from the day, truly a fine museum.Carli T., TripAdvisor