National Automobile Museum

National Automobile Museum Reno Nevada
Motorcycles at the National Automobile Museum Reno Nevada
National Automobile Museum Reno Nevada
National Automobile Museum
10 Lake St, Reno, NV 89501, United States Get Directions
775-333-9300 Visit Website

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) has a “Wow!” factor you don’t often find in a museum. Along with our nearly two million visitors, we invite you to explore our collection of more than 200 exceptional vehicles. You’ll see vintage, classic and special interest automobiles, rare and one-of-a-kind wonders, dynamic race cars and one of the finest Horseless Carriage collections in the world. The majority of our cars are from the world-famous collection of the late Bill Harrah.

You’ll travel through time like few other places and discover a story around every curve. Stroll down our authentic street scenes beginning with the turn-of-the-20th century. Explore galleries of cars, memorabilia and special exhibits that change throughout the year. Enjoy audio or daily guided tours, story boards and theater presentations. Be sure to shop in our Museum Store for gifts for family and friends, and the perfect mementos for remembering your experience at the Museum.

Motorcycle enthusiasts will love the National Automobile Museum‘s latest exhibit – America and the Motorcycle: 1900-1990. This special exhibit is all about motorcycles and their role in the United States throughout the 20th century, from an economical form of transportation to a lifestyle of freedom on the open road. More than two dozen vintage machines will be on display, showcasing early bikes with air-cooled engines to today’s powerful multi-cylinder superbikes. Feast your eyes on this curated collection of bikes by Harley Davidson, Indian, Excelsior, Vincent, Iver Johnson, Triumph and more.

Accessibility Information

The museum is ADA compliant and accessible including its restrooms, galleries, gift shop and parking area. The National Automobile Museum also offers wheelchairs for visitors free of charge.

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