Be sure to book your rooms in advance. In addition to hotels, motels and B&B’s there are also several local accommodations available on VRBo.com and Airbnb.com. This year’s Lodging Hosts are Outside Inn, Broad Street Inn, and Inn Town Campground.
For more information about lodging, dining, and recreation in Nevada County please visit the following sites:
Nevada City Chamber
Grass Valley Chamber
Nevada City, CA is located between Sacramento and Truckee. The nearest airports are Reno, NV and Sacramento, CA. We are 2 hours West of Reno and 1.5 hours North East of Sacramento.
For decades the beautiful gold rush-era town of Nevada City, California has been home to a host of world-renowned musicians, poets, and visual artists, and makes for a welcoming and lively setting for this showcase of creative independent filmmaking.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is considered to be among the best-preserved towns of the West.
Visitors to Nevada City can expect a one-of-a-kind experience, if not one of the best weekends of their summer. Enjoy fine restaurants and lodgings, live theatre, music, shopping, antiques, art galleries, wine tasting and museums all within walking distance of downtown Nevada City. Nevada City is located just minutes from sparkling Sierra lakes and rivers and world class trails perfect for hiking and biking.
All Nevada City Film Festival venues are within walking distance or a short drive with separate parking lots.
You’re going to love it. The meters are 25c for 2 hours and there’s parking at all the venues. If it’s crowded you may have to park on a side street and walk 3 minutes to your venue… See?
325 Spring Street, Nevada City, CA
Since the 1860s, the Miners Foundry has been an integral part of life in Nevada City. From its humble beginnings as a machine shop during the Gold Rush to its current incarnation as a premier cultural center in Northern California, the Foundry has hosted everything and everyone from town hall meetings and weddings to international musicians, dancers and artisans in their beautiful stone and great halls. Ample parking is available at the Foundry.
401 Broad Street, Nevada City, CA
The Nevada Theatre is California’s oldest existing theater building. Silent films were screened as early as 1908, and the theater underwent a remodel in 1909, retrofitted as a movie house. A slanted floor and electric lights were added in 1915. By 1957, it closed because of a sluggish economy, but it was later purchased through public donations and reopened in 1968. Notable past performers include Lotta Crabtree, Mötley Crüe, Jack London, Emma Nevada, Mark Twain, and The Second City comedy troupe. www.nevadatheatre.com
The Stone House
107 Sacramento St, Nevada City, CA
With 10,000 sq. feet of space, the Stone House made the most of every inch of this unique and historical building.
The newly renovated Stone House includes an upstairs restaurant, 2 glamorous bar areas, a premier venue and stage for concerts and shows, extensive space for weddings and corporate events, charming patios, a wine cavern and an exclusive 3rd floor penthouse.
Their Mediterranean-influenced restaurant features organic, local, farm-to-table cuisine with a seasonally updated menu. And their beverage offerings range from craft cocktails, local micro-brews, regional wines, and an espresso bar. whttp://www.stonehouse.io