4005 Bowers Mansion Rd, New Washoe City, NV 89704, USA
About Bowers Mansion
The Bowers Mansion was built in 1863 by Lemuel "Sandy" Bowers and his wife, Eilley Orrum Bowers, and is a prime example of the homes built in Nevada by the new millionaires of the Comstock Lode mining boom.
Attractions near Bowers Mansion
Mount Rose Ski Tahoe is the closest ski resort to Reno, Nevada. Mt. Rose has the highest base elevation of a Tahoe-region ski resort at about 8,260 ft. The resort area is 1,200 acres and is located in Toiyabe National Forest.
Washoe Lake State Park is a year-round public recreation area occupying 3,775 acres . It lies to the east of lake Tahoe. The area around the park is known for its high winds making Washoe Lake a popular destination for windsurfers.
Mount Rose is the highest mountain in Washoe County, It ranks thirty-seventh among the most topographically prominent peaks in the state. This place is famous for trekking and mountaineering. A lot of people visit this place every day.
Lake Tahoe–Nevada State Park is a state park comprising multiple management units and public recreation areas on the northeast shores of Lake Tahoe in the U.S. state of Nevada.
The Nevada Governor's Mansion is the official residence of the Governor of Nevada and the Governor's family. Reno architect George A. Ferris designed this Classical Revival style mansion. It is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
The Nevada State Museum in Carson City is one of seven Nevada State Museums operated by the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. The primary building of the Museum is the former Carson City Mint. The exhibits include he world's largest exhibited Columbian Mammoth, The silver service from the USS Nevada, The Spirit Cave mummy, and more.
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