Theater and opera houses
Huntridge Theater in Las Vegas
The Huntridge Theater in Las Vegas, also known as the Huntridge Performing Arts Theater, which opened in Art Deco style in 1944, was initially a cinema and later a performance location for theater productions and musical performances. In 1993 it was added to the list of places of historical interest. In 1995 the roof of the Huntridge Theater collapsed and heralded the end of the theater. Nowadays the theater is in extremely bad condition and nowhere else can you see the urban decay better than here.
|Contact||1208 E Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
Theater for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas
The Theater for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas is located in the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino and offers visitors 7,000 seats. It opened in 1972 and since then music performances, shows and much more have been taking place here. The Miss Universe and Miss USA elections were held here over several years.
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|Contact||3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts in Reno
The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts in the city of Reno was opened in 1967 and can accommodate up to 1,000 visitors. The building’s main attraction is the golden roof in the form of a geodesic dome. Here is also the venue for the Nevada Opera.
|Contact||100 Sun. Virginia Street
Reno, Nevada 89501
Eureka Opera House
The Eureka Opera House is an opera house built in 1880 in the city of Eureka in central Nevada. However, it should be noted that from 1915 the Eureka Opera House
served as a cinema and was closed in 1958. The Eureka Opera House was
restored in 1993 and is now one of the gems of the city’s historic district.
Museums and exhibitions
Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas
The Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas is dedicated to the history of the Nevada Test Site, where nuclear weapons tests were carried out from 1951 to 1992. Here visitors can learn about the history of nuclear weapons, radiation and much more.
|Contact||755 E. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum shows past times in its exhibitions which are divided into African Gallery, Prehistoric Life Gallery, International Wildlife Gallery, Marine Life Gallery and the Wild Nevada Gallery and are ideal for a visit.
|Contact||900 Las Vegas Blvd N.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Nevada Museum of Art in Reno
The Nevada Museum of Art in the city of Reno was founded in 1931 and comprises a collection of approx. 1,900 exhibits from the world of art. In addition to the normal exhibitions of the museum, it is also possible to attend courses that expand knowledge about art or let the participant become creative themselves.
|Contact||160 West Liberty Street
Reno, Nevada 89501
Nevada State Museum in Carson City
The Nevada State Museum in Carson City is just one of the six Nevada State Museums. The Nevada State Museum in Carson City offers exhibitions on various topics, but the highlights of the museum are the exhibits on the prairie mammoths that were found in the Black Rock Desert.
|Contact||708 North Curry Street
Carson City, Nevada 89703