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Nevada State Museum and Historical Society

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The Nevada modern history is rich and the best way to learn about this is through visiting one of the most renowned museums, which depicts the whole thing from the area’s geological history up to the religious roots as well as the Nevada signage legacy. The Nevada State Museum and Historical Society is one of the most popular and educational places that everyone needs to consider if you want to become familiar with this place.

The Nevada State Museum and Historical Society is located in Las Vegas and is an organization and at the same time, an educational agency with an aim to level up everyone’s understanding about the Nevada history, pre-history and even its natural history, giving emphasis to southern Nevada as well as its relationship with nearby places. The Nevada State Museum and Historical Society collects, interprets, researches, preserves and exhibits the state’s heritage for the current and to the next generation.

The Nevada State Museum and Historical Society has lasting exhibits about the anthropological and natural history of the place from olden Paiute Indians up to the nineteenth century forges and the people of the NGS in WWII. The prominent exhibit shows the tale of the renowned Bugs, Siegel’s Flamingo and it’s also full with an interactive recording of Bugsy intimidating business partners played by an actor.

Nevada State Museum and Historical Society’s mission is to connect everyone with Nevada’s state treasures. They make sure that everyone will know something exceptional and new regarding Nevada as well as the Great Basin. The expert staff and devoted volunteers will make every visit memorable and special.

Information

Hours: Thursday to Monday 10 am to 6 pm
Address/Map:  309 South Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89107
Phone: (702) 486-5205
Website: Nevada State Museum and Historical Society
   
Admission: Nevada Residents: $9.95 | Out of State: $18.95 | Free for children under 18