National Automobile Museum
The National Automobile Museum, also known as The Harrah Collection, opened in 1989 and quickly became a benchmark for automobile museums worldwide. It houses the extensive and historically significant Harrah Collection, featuring around 1,400 vehicles. Following the death of Bill Harrah, the collection was initially acquired by Holiday Inns, but due to public outcry, a nonprofit museum was established with the donation of 175 cars and the research library. Supported by the City of Reno, the State of Nevada, and various donors, the museum aims to preserve this extraordinary collection and share the stories of automotive innovation and its impact on society.