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This museum within a hotel was one of our favorite stops. It was free with a donation box at the end of the exhibits.
Even though we went on the Power Plant tour at the Dam, we learned way more at this museum about the...More
The historic Boulder City Hotel is elegant and well-maintained.
Upon entering the lobby, a baby grand piano has a stately presence. The lobby is immaculate. The front desk clerk directed us to go up the stairs and turn left for the art gallery and museum....More
We did get free admission as guests of the hotel, but i would pay to see this museum. First you see a movie detailing life in Boulder City for workers and their families. Then you go through the museum at your own pace. There are...More
Since I knew little about the history nor construction of the dam, I found this this intimate museum in the Boulder Dam Hotel in Boulder City, NV very interesting. Only spent about half an hour there as it was about to close, but that was...More
This Museum gives the behind-the-scene tour of the people who worked at the Dam during its construction. It is very interesting and well worth the time. Boulder City is a quaint town where it is easy to imagine life there when the Dam was being...More
The Boulder Dam Hotel in Boulder City has a great little Hoover Dam Museum. If you are looking for a place to stay, I highly recommend this historic hotel and then the admission to the museum is free. It is small but there... More
The Boulder Dam Hotel in Boulder City has a great little Hoover Dam Museum. If you are looking for a place to stay, I highly recommend this historic hotel and then the admission to the museum is free. It is small but there is a lot of information there. If you have kids they will enjoy the scavenger hunt you can take thru the museum. We enjoyed it and my kids are adults.
When we visited the Hoover Dam, the elevators were broken so all we did was walk across the bridge to view the dam. If you cross the bridge into Arizona, parking is free and there is no charge to view the Dam.