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Nevada's famous for Las Vegas, shotgun weddings, and the most legal fun you can have in the world, but these are not the only things to do in the Silver State. Explore northern Nevada and Carson City, the state capital, with a visit to the Nevada State Museum, play a round at one of the “Divine Nine” area golf courses, or visit Reno, the "Biggest Little City in the World."
Non-strip must-sees in NV include the National Automobile Museum, the Nevada Museum of Art, and the Fleischmann Planetarium & Science Center. If it's a little sunshine you're after, Carson City is a gateway to Nevada’s Lake Tahoe area where year-round adventure is a way of life. In the warm weather, hike and bike the Tahoe Rim Trail and paddle your heart out along the shores of crystal clear Lake Tahoe.
Pack your boards for winter thrills at Heavenly or Squaw Valley, among more than 15 winter resorts in the area. Visit other northern
Nevada cities like Elko, Winnemucca, and Ely. Either way, there's tons of opportunity for outdoor adventure in Nevada.
Nevada is known for its diverse scenery – from the arid Black Rock Desert, site of the annual Burning Man festival, to the deep waters of Lake Mead National Recreation Area and the dense forests of Great Basin National Park. See it all on a scenic NV driving tour.
Most visits to Nevada mean time spent on the Strip are in the near future. But Las Vegas and the wealth of casinos and buffets aren't the only way to experience Sin City – be sure to visit the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, the Atomic Testing Museum, and the Las Vegas Art Museum for a well-rounded visit. The Lied Discovery Children's Museum is popular for families traveling with the kiddos, and the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park yields stunning landscape views all year long.
Whether it’s a Jazz Festival in Reno, whitewater rafting on the Truckee River, cowboy poetry in Genoa, or world-class golf in Mesquite, while Henderson, a charming southern NV city, is home to the Henderson Pavilion and the Henderson Multigenerational Center. You win when discovering Nevada.