Current Exhibitions:

Now - April 22, 2018

Hall of Heroes explores the world of superheroes, crime-fighters, gadgets, and spies! Investigate movie props, costumes, memorabilia, and rare artifacts and then put your own skills to the test. This immersive exhibition features dozens of interactive stations that allow you to measure your abilities in agility, speed, balance, strength, and more. Discover your super power!

Adults - $9.00
Seniors - $8.00
Children - $8.00

Educators: Get school/group tour info HERE.

Future Exhibitions:

May 2 - June 2

"Boquet to Reno's 150th Birthday" - An Art Exhibition by Sierra Watercolor Society. Original watercolor works from regional artists that reflect the show theme, with a botanical focus. All paintings will be available for purchase and visitors can vote for their favorite work to win the People's Choice award. Free admission. 



July 1 - July 15

"Small Expressions" - An international, juried exhibit sponsored by the Handweavers Guild of America, Inc. It features small-scale works created using fiber techniques in any media. Each piece cannot exceed 15 inches in any direction including mounting, framing, or display devices. HGA seeks to feature work of the highest caliber in craftsmanship and technical ability and work that speaks to the intricacy of expression, intimacy of design, thoughtful communication, and visual excitement. Free admission.


July 18 - September 2

"New Directions: 2018" - The New Directions fiber art exhibition returns to the Reno area with works from six accomplished artists from Nevada County, each demonstrating distinctive and innovative mastery of textiles as the medium for their creativity. Joan Dyer, Denise Oyama Miller, Sandra Poteet, Lin Schiffner, Linda Waddle, and Martha Wolfe have created new works, large and small, for this not-to-be-missed show for fabric and fiber art enthusiasts. Free admission.


1595 N. Sierra Street
Inside Rancho San Rafael Regional Park
Reno, Nevada 89503
(775) 785-5961


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