Tonopah’s Central Nevada Museum, founded in 1981 by the Central Nevada Historical Society, features an outdoor exhibit which includes an old west town where visitors can explore miners’ cabins, a saloon, a blacksmith shop, the railroad yard. There is also a display of early mining equipment, with a 10 stamp mill, ore cars, and other equipment. Inside the museum, exhibits focus upon Tonopah’s role as “Queen of the Silver Camps”, as well as other central Nevada boomtowns. There are also exhibits on the area’s Native American and natural history.
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