Brewery Arts Center

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This 1874 theater was originally built by the Carson Brewing Company, producer of Tahoe Beer. It is rumored to be haunted by maintenance worker James P. Maar, who appears as a polite and eloquent gentleman in a brown-checked suit and yellow tie. His voice has been heard offering assistance in various matters, such as reminding employees to turn off the lights and lock the doors, and visitors have said they felt a presence watching them.

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449 W King St
Carson City, NV 89703
United States

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39.1636458, -119.7700719
Nearest Towns:
Carson City, NV (0.1 mi.)
Indian Hills, NV (5.4 mi.)
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Dayton, NV (10.8 mi.)
Genoa, NV (11.8 mi.)
Virginia City, NV (12.0 mi.)
Incline Village, NV (12.4 mi.)
Lakeridge, NV (13.0 mi.)
Crystal Bay, NV (13.3 mi.)

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