Legislature Invite

     


2023 State of Nevada Legislators, 
 

Thank you for your work on Nevada’s FUTURE.  We would like to reward you with a trip into Nevada’s PAST! 

Make a reservation at one or all of our museums and archive centers for a one-on-one behind-the-scenes tour with staff. You have the chance to peek into the archives, see artifacts not on public view, and meet the knowledgeable staff of curators, historians, and educators. We encourage you to make it an outing and bring your family or friends.*  

This invitation is good until March 1, 2024. Use the form below to set up a reservation with staff, choosing one or more of the venues.  A staff member will contact you to confirm details, directions, and timeframes.  

* This invitation is non-transferrable, only available for 2023-24 Assembly and Senate members. 
Nevada Historical Society

Nevada Historical Society
1650 North Virginia Street, Reno
Highlights: gaming history,
Nevada history through artifacts,
photographs, and maps.

Nevada State Museum Carson City

Nevada State Museum
600 N. Carson Street, Carson City
Highlights: historic coin press,
mining history, Native baskets,
and anthropological artifacts.

Nevada State Museum Las Vegas

Nevada State Museum
309 S. Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas
Highlights: state fossil ichthyosaur,
Native American stories, largest
collection of showroom costumes.

Nevada State Railroad Museum Carson City

Nevada State Railroad Museum
2180 South Carson Street, Carson City
Highlights: Collection of significant V&T
locomotives, rolling stock, artifacts, and
memorabilia.
 

Nevada State Railroad Museum Boulder City

Nevada State Railroad Museum 
601 Yucca Street, Boulder City
Highlights: Collection of locomotives
used to build Hoover Dam, Train
rides on Boulder City Branch Line
 

Lost City Museum

Lost City Museum
7
21 S Moapa Valley Blvd., Overton
Highlights: Archeological displays,
artwork from local artists and
fine native jewelry for sale.
 

East Ely Railroad Depot Museum
1100 Avenue A, Ely
Highlights: Time-travel back to a time
capsule where the railroad ran the
region, all untouched in 40 years.

Marjorie Russell Clothing and
Textile Research Center

2351 Arrowhead Dr, Carson City

Highlights: Large collection area of
19th, 20th, and 21st-century garments,
quilts, flags, and accessories, including
gowns worn by Nevada’s First Ladies. 
 

Nevada Arts Council
716 N. Carson St., Carson City
Highlights: Commissioned artwork from
the Governor’s Art Awards Program
1989-2011, recognizing outstanding
contributions to Nevada art by artists,
educators, arts organizations, corporate
and individual patrons, public figures,
and dedicated volunteers.
 

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