We know field trips are not always possible, and for that reason, the museum has created Traveling Trunks about the history and natural history of Nevada for educators. Trunk materials include touchable artifacts, curriculum objectives, photographs, videos, books, posters, readings, and more.
Trunks are free to use and delivered to schools in the Las Vegas Valley for free too – thanks to the Friends of NSMLV!
Each trunk focuses on an aspect of human and natural history with related study guides, state standards and ideas about activities to help incorporate the topic into the classroom. Some trunks now have information available online, such as videos and study guides; just click on the title to find out more.
- Artifacts & Fossils
- Black History in Las Vegas
- Children Past & Present
- Las Vegas Civil Rights (trunk honoring Claytee White)
- Eco Challenge
- History of Communication
- Lost City
- Mining in Nevada
- Nevada Animals
- Nevada Giant Map
- Nevada Pioneers
Request a Trunk Today!
Please fill out the form to request a Traveling History Trunk
For more information contact
Stacy Irvin, Curator of Education
Traveling trunks are always in demand, if you wish to donate funds towards the upkeep of these wonderful educational assets, or the delivery of the trunks to Clark County schools, or you would like to sponsor a trunk in your family name or that of a company, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for details