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Nevada State Museum & Historical Society


category : Museums
Nevada State Museum depicts Southern Nevada's plants, animals, fossils and history from the Ice Age to modern times.


Admission: Adults-$2.00; children (under 18)-free.
Hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., daily except major holidays. Season: Year-round.
Address: 700 Twin Lakes Dr.
Phone: 702-486-5205

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