For a true sent of Nevada’s Western roots, head to the Central Nevada Museum for an unsuspectingly delightful dose of Tonopah history. As the recipient of the 2011, 2011 and 2012 ‘Best of Nevada’ award, the Central Nevada Museum is a favorite among Nevadans!
Effortlessly encompassing the true Old West, the Central Nevada Museum executes this era’s authenticity with ease. The famous, not so famous and infamous all left their marks on this former mining boomtown, including Howard Hughes, Jack Dempsey, Wyatt Earp, and of course Jim Butler.
Built in 1876, the Belmont Courthouse was the seat of Nye County government until 1905.
Just a mile from the Nevada-California border, this beautiful trek can take you to the summit of Boundary Peak. With an elevation of 13,141' it is the highest peak in Nevada.
With a variety of cuisine to choose from, including Italian and Chinese, large portions and excellent service, and reasonable prices who could go wrong with a night out at the Banc Club? There is a metamorphosis of amazing happening on this property: with the bar and casino on one side and the restaurant on the other, you can have it all at the Banc Club.
Whether you're planning a trip to see the historical finds in Central Nevada, or passing through town looking for a quick bite to eat, make the Banc Club a stop along the way. A Tonopah classic!