The Stunning Building In Austin, Nevada That Looks Just Like Hogwarts
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A trip to Austin, Nevada gives visitors (and locals like us) a chance to experience a little bit of magic! There’s something special in the air at this tiny central Nevada town that’s home to just over a hundred people. One reason for this could be the town’s love of castles. From the famous Stoke’s Castle to the Paradise Ranch Castle Bed and Breakfast, travelers to this enchanting community find themselves in a whimsical world that feels straight from the pages of a Harry Potter book!
If you ever find yourself stumbling upon a building in the Nevada desert that looks like it might have gotten away from the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, then you know you’ve found Paradise Ranch Castle Bed and Breakfast in Austin, Nevada. Book a stay in this unique building and get ready for a truly magical time.
If you’re interested in doing a road trip through Nevada, the closest big city to Austin is Reno. So if you want to stay a night or two, be sure to consider the Courtyard Reno Downtown/Riverfront.
Calling all Harry Potter fans! What are some fun places in Nevada that remind you of the book series? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!
Have you heard of a Harry Potter-themed coffee shop right here in Nevada? Take a sip of something magical at Bad Owl Coffee Roasters in Henderson, Nevada.
If you’re still in the mood for more Nevada adventures, take a look at this video about Lake Mead:
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Where can we find other small towns in Nevada?
- Minden, established in 1906, was named after the city of the same name in Germany.
- Genoa, located one hour south of Reno and 25 miles east of Lake Tahoe is one of the smallest towns in the state.
- Virginia City, founded in 1859, began as a boomtown with the discovery of the first major silver deposit discovery in the U.S.
Read on to learn more about the many other charming small towns in Nevada.
What are some unique places to go in Nevada?
- The Pinball Hall of Fame in Paradise features 24,000 square feet of pinball machines from the 1950s to the 1990s.
- The Neon Museum/Boneyard in Las Vegas is where the old marquis from long-ago Las Vegas Strip establishments are retired and tours are given at night when they are lit up again.
- Fly Geyser in Gerlach is a strange but interesting geothermal feature drawing folks from all over the country.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other unique places to go in Nevada.
Where can we find popular restaurants in Nevada?
- Michael's Gourmet Room in Las Vegas is recognized for serving up the finest gourmet cuisine.
- The Cactus Creek Prime Steakhouse in Reno is a multiple "Best of Nevada" award-winning restaurant that is known far and wide.
- Red’s Old 395 Grill in Carson City is popular for its crazy décor and delicious barbecue entrees.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fantastic restaurants in Nevada.