MUSEUMS TO VISIT AND ENJOY.

 

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Museums of California

Museums of Northern California

 

Plumas County Museum

An active "living museum" offers exhibits, events, Maidu woven baskets collection, railroad history, gold mining, timber history, Chinese influence, natural history, competitve longboard ski racing, pioneer memoribilia of Plumas County.  Behind Quincy Courthouse.500 Jackson StreetQuincy, CA 95971530-283-6320

Open Wednedsay - Saturday 10 am to 4 pmWebsite

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Museums of Nevada

Museums of Northern Nevada

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Nevada Historical Society

Stories of native people, explorers, settlers, miners, ranchers, lawmen, legislators, businessmen, entertainers, gamblers, how Reno became the nation's divorce capital, prostitution and the silver state's notoriaous history of folks who lived on the rugged Nevada terrain.  It can all be found preserved at the Nevada Historical Society in Reno.

1650 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89503
775-688-1190
Admission Fee Charged
Children under 17 Free

Nevada State Railroad Museum
Carson City, NV

Come enjoy railroad equipment, artifacts and exhibits on how the reailroad transformed the hostile frontier territory during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Learn about the Virginia & Truckee Railroad.  The locomotives and rail cars have rich and colorful history from silver mining to the silver screen. The Inyo is on display, one of the oldest operating steam locomotives in the United States.

2180 S. Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701
775-687-6953
Admission Fee Charged- $6 Adult
Children under 18 Free
Museum members Free

Nevada State Museum
Carson City

Celebrate Nevada's cultural and natural heritage located at the historic Carson City Mint.  One of a kind exhibits depict diverse collections in 20 galleries of the state's geology, plants, animals, Columbian mammoth found in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada's American Indian's crafts and 10,000 year old artifacts.

600 N. Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701-4004
775-687-4810
Admission Fee Charged
Children under 17 Free
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Comstock History Center
Virginia City, NV

This museum houses the Locomotive N. 18, Virginia and Truckee steam engine and the Comstock Historic District Commission and Library. The history center is an arcitectural testament to the history of Virginia City and the structures that once stood there.

20 N. "E" Street
Virginia City, NV
775-847-0281
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