Art, entertainment, outdoor recreation and casinos converge in the city’s core. The area is a mix of old and new businesses and high-rise condominiums, creating a district where most everything is within walking distance. The Truckee River carves through town and flows beside Wingfield Park, which plays host to dozens of festivals and concerts throughout the year. A few blocks east of the city’s center is the Reno Aces Ballpark, which opened in April 2009 and has blossomed into a major attraction for Triple-A ballgame fans from April through September. The Freight House District, adjacent to the ballpark, draws year-round visitors to its restaurants and bars. Just south of downtown is the starkly modern Nevada Museum of Art building, which serves as the cornerstone of the arts district, home to a smattering of galleries, shops and restaurants. Nearby, California Avenue features a blend of renovated craftsman bungalows and stately homes woven between restaurants, bars and shops.