Nevada State Museum
The Nevada State Museum offers an interactive visitor experience that interprets the history of Nevada dating back millions of years to the present. Across a 13,000 square-foot permanent exhibit gallery visitors will find how geology shaped the Great Basin and Nevada, learn of the early flora and fauna that roamed this once great sea. Hear the story of Native Americans, pioneers, early settlers, miners, railroaders, ranchers and entrepreneurs. Learn about the Hoover Dam, the atomic era and the rise of Las Vegas as the resort capital of the world. The museum also features a research library, educational labs and a store.
Please note that NSMLV volunteers and researchers DO NOT have to pay an admission fee.
|Members of the Nevada State Museum system||Free|
|Members of the Springs Preserve||Free|
|Out of State Residents||$19.95|
|All Children Under the Age of 18*||Free|
*Your adult general admission ticket will grant you access to both the Springs Preserve and the Nevada State Museum. However, children visiting the Springs Preserve will require a ticket. Children’s tickets for the Springs Preserve must be purchased through Springs Preserve main ticketing.