Eureka Sentinel Museum
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|Facility:||Eureka Sentinel Museum|
|Description:||The Eureka Sentinel Museum interprets the history of Eureka. You will find a complete press room from the 1800's complete with posters that were printed by the Eureka Sentinel and then plastered on the press room walls. In the mining history room you will see tools from the early days of mining, as well as historic stock certificates, ledgers and personal miners items. The Lead & Silver strikes in the 1860's were the beginning of Eureka. There are exhibits depicting school life in the early days of Eureka, a parlor and kitchen with many items that you will remember from grandma's house and items from the many fire companies, Fraternal organizations and military uniforms from the first and second world wars. View a late 1800's Eureka Barber Shop, complete with an oak barber chair. Don't miss the gift shop where you can purchase books about Eureka's history, soap and pottery made right here in Eureka, or get that special gift that says to your friends that you visited Eureka, Nevada.|
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|Address 1:||10 South Bateman Street|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||November - April: Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
May - October: 7 days per week 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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