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The Pyramid Lake Museum and Visitors Center provides visitors with information about the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe's history, culture,
it's people and current event through exhibits and the tribal staff.

Key Staff:

Billie Jean Guerrero Museum Director
Ralph Burns Story Teller/Building Maintenance

Information regarding the regulations of the lake and area; purchase camping, boating, fishing and daily use permits are also available at the Center.

The Center also has a gift shop that sells local traditional arts and crafts, as well as contemporary arts and gift items. Tours are also available for your group or school, if interested, call the Center for more information.

All visitors are welcome!

Museum Hours: Tuesday - Saturday | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

The Museum will be closed to observe the following Federal, State and Tribal Holidays:

  • New Years Day…January 1st
  • Martin Luther King Day..3rd Monday in Jan
  • President’s Day…3rd Monday in Feb
  • Pyramid Lake War Memorial…3rd Friday in May
  • Memorial Day…Last Monday in May
  • Independence Day…July 4th
  • Labor Day…1st Monday in September
  • Indian Day…4th Friday in September
  • Nevada Day…Last Friday in October
  • Veteran’s Day…November 11th
  • Thanksgiving Day…4th Thursday in Nov
  • Family Day…4th Friday in November
  • Christmas Day…December 25th
Look back at 2014 Museum Events

You are invited to view our new Exhibits at the Pyramid Lake Museum/Visitor Center. We will be showing a new video produced by Gabe Shaw.­ We have installed new exhibits and have made improvements to our permanent exhibits. We will be installing I-PADS to accompany our new exhibits making them more interactive an interesting for our visitors. We have also installed a large 12 foot movie screen and purchased a new projector to show films, and it also has the capability for power point presentations.

Billie Jean Guerrero has been hired as the new Museum Director and is making improvements to our technology at the Museum. We have a new viewing room with a 50 inch high definition flat screen TV monitor to view DVDs and other audio visual formats.

The Museum & Cultural Center has created a new permanent Pyramid Lake Veteran's exhibit "Tookwusadu Ki Soomoowapana". We are asking the community to share photographs to include in the exhibit. We hope to have the photos by May 10th. If you have photographs you wish to share, please contact the Museum for information. To contact us:

Billie Jean Guerrero, Museum Director
709 State Street | PO Box 256
Nixon, NV 89424
Phone: (775) 574-1088
Fax: (775) 574-1090
Email: Museum Information