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Fish for Wedding Rings
This river flows from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake nourishing farmland along its journey. Starting at Wingfield Park, you can walk for miles in either direction. Going east toward downtown Reno, you will pass the place where thousands of divorcees have thrown their wedding rings into the flowing waters. Birds of all kinds including Canadian geese, hawks and kingfishers can be seen foraging for food. Anglers can also enjoy the superb fishing the river offers.
Arlington Avenue at Island Avenue, (Wingfield Park) Reno , NV
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Arlington Avenue at Island Avenue, (Wingfield Park)
Reno, NV, 89501
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Located in the heart of the city, this is one of the must-visit attractions of Reno. The Truckee River Whitewater Park offers you a complete water sport experience. This water park feature 11 drop pools for you to enjoy surfing, rafting and kayaking adventures. With a length of around 792 meters (2,600 feet), this man-made water park encourages kayak activities for the enthusiastic amateur kayakers to the well-versed ones. Visit their website for more information.

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The courthouse was completed in 1912 and is still in use today. It was designed by noted Nevada architect Frederick J. DeLongchamps, who also designed the downtown post office and other Nevada courthouses. This interesting building is in the neo-classical style and has several ornate features. Terrazzo tiled floors pave the way along the marble halls. Many famous people received their wedding licenses and divorce decrees in this old courthouse. More marriage licenses have been issued here than any other courthouse of its size in the United States. A scene from The Misfits was filmed in front of the courthouse. Yes, Marilyn Monroe sashayed down these very steps in the 1961 movie.

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The Nevada Museum of Art is an environmental statement about Nevada's unique landscape. With 13,482 square feet of gallery space for major exhibitions, a 180-seat multimedia theater for presentations, recitals, and films, dining in Café Musée and street-level and rooftop sculpture galleries, the NMA continues to offer audiences of all ages a variety of experiences. The NMA's feature exhibitions showcase national and international artists. The permanent collection relates to issues of Nevada and the West with an emphasis on the environment. For more information visit their website.

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Magic Underground in Reno is located in Pioneer Center for Performing Arts. It brings out shows that feature all kinds of magical wonders that are sure to leave you spellbound. Magic Underground even holds special matinée shows for those who don't want to go out too late. So if you like shows that will boggle your mind, head to Magic Underground.

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The Reno Arch is a prominent landmark in downtown Reno. The first arch went up in 1926 to celebrate the completion of the Transcontinental Highway. It was made of steel and featured the city's nickname, "The Biggest Little City in the World." Three different arches have stood in this location and the current one was hoarded in 1987. The first arch, the Old Reno Arch is now on Lake Street and the second one was gifted to a Californian city. Decked up with LED lights, it is one of the iconic and photographed places in Reno.

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In 1926, with the completion of the Lincoln Highway, city fathers wanted something that would make Reno stand out in the minds of those who visited the city. So the Reno arch was erected. In 1964, it came down and was banished to the scrap yard for a while. Since that time, the old arch has been moved to different spots in the city before finally finding a permanent home on Lake Street near the National Automobile Museum. Not as glitzy as the newer signs that have followed it, the old arch was a modern marvel that welcomed the likes of movie stars, politicians and divorcees to our fair city.

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The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum is a great place to bring your family to explore and learn about the history of the state of Nevada. Exhibits deal with nature, wildlife, environmentalism and renewable energy as they pertain to the region.

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If classic cars are your passion, then this museum is an absolute must-see. The 100,000-square-foot building houses one of the largest collections of antique automobiles to be found anywhere. The cars are grouped by age in street settings appropriate to their time. These real-life backdrops include everything from Burma Shave signs to old gas pumps. See the cars that were originally a part of the Harrah collection including a Cadillac that belonged to Elvis Presley.

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