Exhibits at the Central Nevada Museum

CNM Indoor DisplayFrom Prehistoric to the Present~

Indoor Exhibits Featuring: Tonopah “Queen of the Silver Camps”, Goldfield “The Greatest Gold Camp Ever” and boomtowns late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Native American artifacts, fossils, wildlife, mineral displays, art, mining in Central Nevada, railroads, ranch life, military artifacts and photos, ethnic groups and subjects on everyday life in a mining boom camp.

Outdoor Exhibits Include: Old west town, featuring, miners’ cabins, saloon, blacksmith shop, railroad yard, early mining equipment, with a 10 stamp mill, ore cars and more.

The Central Nevada Historical Society is a Nevada non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity under IRC 509(a)(2), dedicated to preserving the history of Nye & Esmeralda counties, mainly through our displays and research library made available to the public at the Central Nevada Museum in Tonopah, Nevada. Contributions to the Central Nevada Historical Society are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. Copyright (c) 2024 Central Nevada Museum Central Nevada Historical Society and its representatives. All rights reserved.
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