Nevada crafts a statewide saloon passport

Nevada crafts a statewide saloon passport

Travel Nevada has launched an all-new ‘Sagebrush Saloon Passport’ that encourages travellers to embark on a thirst-quenching journey through Nevada’s storied past. 

Crafted for beer lovers, history buffs, fans of the Wild West and those just looking for authentic Americana experiences, the Sagebrush Saloon Passport is a digital exploration of the Silver State’s iconic saloons.

Guests can check-in digitally at nearly 30 featured saloons while earning points towards exclusive Travel Nevada ‘swag’ to commemorate their visit in the state. Visitors can complete check-ins at their own pace, as they explore Nevada’s historic saloons.  

“With the Sagebrush Saloon Passport, travellers can belly up to the bar at some of the most treasured saloons in Nevada,” said Caroline Sexton, Travel Nevada’s Chief Marketing Officer. “It’s an invitation to get a little out there and soak in the ambiance of these historic establishments and the wild-at-heart spirit of Nevada.”

Among the watering holes full of character and charm are Genoa Bar & Saloon, in the historic Carson Valley, the oldest settlement in Nevada; the Pioneer Saloon, the oldest bar in southern Nevada in historic Goodsprings; Gold Hill Hotel & Saloon, the state’s oldest hotel near Virginia City; and Odeon Saloon in Dayton, which originally opened in 1863 and retains its Wild West charms. Previous saloon visitors include Mark Twain and Marilyn Monroe.

travelnevada.com

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