Nevada's  museums provide a unique and interactive learning experience for kids young and old. Get up close to Christopher, a 1,000-year-old, 14-foot Columbian Mammoth at Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas. Take a ride on the historic McKeen Car No. 22, a self-propelled passenger car at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City. Explore the many exhibitions at Nevada's only accredited art museum, the Nevada Muesum of Art in Reno, or explore one most unusual sculpture parks in the world at the Goldwell Open Air Museum. Whatever your niche, Nevada can enlighten!

Nevada Adventures

Ancient Artifacts to Modern Art at Nevada's Museums

Long before the rich and famous roamed the Las Vegas Strip, ancestors of today’s American Indians left their footprints— and some pretty cool artwork— on the places they called home.

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Getting My 'Goodfellas' On

Letting My Imagination Get the Best of Me in Vintage Vegas

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Discover & Do

neon museum exterior, las vegas
Las Vegas, NV

Nonprofit organization that displays the Las Vegas classic art form, neon signs.

Exterior of Pyramid Lake Musuem
Nixon, NV

Take A Trip To Pyramid Lake's Paiute Trive Museum & Visitors Center To Learn Important Information About A Tremendously Important Native American Site and Boundless Recreational Acitivies In This Fascinating Area 

Exterior entrance to Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV

The Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, on the campus of the Springs Preserve cultural center, offers an interactive experience of Nevada history, from its geologic past to the present. 

Lost City Exterior
Moapa Valley, NV

Artifacts tell the stories of the indigenous people who lived in the Muddy River Valley for thousands of years.

Ely, NV

If touring the average museum offers visitors a glimpse into the past, a visit to the Nevada Northern Railway Museum is more like a trip through time.