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Reno, Nevada
The museum features the Mackay silver collection, mining artifacts and a large exhibit of rocks, minerals and fossils.
Ely, Nevada
Six 30-foot tall kilns built of native stone that provided charcoal for the smelter at the Ward mining camp.
Carson City, Nevada
Historic view of the Carson Fire Department with several pieces of fire apparatuses, Currier and Ives lithographs, photographs and artifacts.
Wellington, Nevada
Features mostly Nevada and Native Nevadan artifacts assembled in the original 1898 one-room Wellington School house.
Elko, Nevada
Exhibits of contemporary folk art and cowboy gear, gift shop, Cowboy Poetry Gathering headquarters.
Ely, Nevada
Museum exhibits reflect the mining and railroading lifestyles of the early settlers; also includes the Hesselgesser doll collection with 663 dolls.
Fernley, Nevada
Museum features arrowheads, stone tools, baskets, beadwork, Kachina dolls plus original Western art.
Reno, Nevada
Ten acres with 22 diverse theme gardens including a donor's tree grove, xeriscape garden and songbird garden.
Reno, Nevada
Anthropology, Art, Children's, Culture, History, Natural History
The museum houses the lifetime collection of the late Wilbur May -- department store magnate, Reno rancher, big-game hunter, businessman, philanthropist, and world traveler. May made over 40 trips around the world amassing an amazing collection of artifacts including Tang Dynasty pottery, Greek and Roman icons, weapons, and African tribal items. The collection also features a shrunken human head from South America and over 200 pieces of taxidermy.
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