Art is an amazing thing, and the Nevada Museum of Art is a place where kids and the whole family can spend a few hours admiring, studying and appreciating amazing collections.
There are always a number of collections and exhibitions for you to experience at the Nevada Museum of Art - often changing so there is always something new for you to see! Each of the exhibitions feature an artist or a style - from drawings and paintings - using different techniques and colors.
The museum's permanent collection is actually divided into four focus areas all with a different theme: Work Ethic, Contemporary Art, Art of the Greater West and Altered Landscape Photography. The art collections consist of an amazing 2,000 objects which have been collected from the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Center for Arts + Environment actually houses more than 20,000 archives! This is a center that is dedicated to the studying and awareness of interactions with people creatively - which is a fascinating new look for kids at how they can communicate through creativity!
The Nevada Museum of Art always has ongoing programs throughout the year, where scholars, writers, and other specialists come and share their knowledge just for you! Through talks, tours, and discussions, and even live music the first Thursday of each month!
Free guided tours on Thursday and weekends, and hands-on activities for kids aged 3 and up the second Saturday of each month - why wouldn't you take the family to the museum!
Forget a night at the museum - it's family day out at the museum!
$1 (Ages 6 to 12)
Student and seniors $8
The museum are dedicated to educating those who visit on the amazing world of art, so they make sure they have free programs for kids to allow everyone to have the chance!
You're in Reno! Just grab something before you head to the museum so you're not appreciating art on an empty tummy!
There are free events for kids and families so keep an eye out on these!
Make sure you leave time in your day to include the museum store! With hand-crafted gifts, books, and educational toys, there is going to always be something for everyone!
Wednesdays to Friday have pre-schedule school tours which are age appropriate and interactive.
All the public areas of the museum are wheelchair accessible, and motorized wheelchairs ARE permitted, so everyone is free to enjoy the art!
Wheelchairs are available free to rent on a first come basis.
There is parking available at the museum as well as metered spaces nearby.