The event will be held at the California Trail Interpretive Center, which is slated for a June 2 grand opening.
Nevada Historical Society hosts the free event
Nevada Magazine’s January/February 2012 issue is available on newsstands throughout Nevada. Featured in the edition are multiple Southern Nevada museums, highlighted by the opening of The Mob Museum on February 14.
Airport gained six new international flights in 2011, the most in the nation.
The Atomic Testing Museum is hosting a unique event, Area 51: Secret Projects, on Oct. 4, as part of their countdown to the first ever museum exhibit on Area 51, which opens in March of 2012. Real workers on some of the most secret projects in the United States will talk about what they did at Area 51.
Richard Clark will perform as Kit Carson — the Western scout and mountain man who passed through the region in the 1840s — at 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Carson Valley Museum and Cultural Center, 1477 U.S. 395 in Gardnerville.
Virginia City is one of three contenders in a national contest for the most haunted town in America, and could use your help to win.
The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum is set to open Sept. 10 in Reno. The kids' museum is full of hands-on exhibits grouped into seven galleries, the centerpiece of which is the two-story Cloud Climber, a climbing structure enclosed by netting.
The Atomic Testing Museum, Las Vegas, has just been awarded a significant grant for the 2011 Museums & Community Collaborations Abroad (MCCA) program by the American Association of Museums (AAM) and the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Built in 1907, the Mizpah once was the heart of Tonopah, a boom-and-bust mining town that sprang up after the discovery of silver in the area in 1900.