Come down and check out our newest art exhibit upstairs above the museum.
Open for tours. 11-4 Tues-Fri and 1-4 on Sat.
The Sparks Heritage Museum building was once the site of Sparks Library and Sparks Justice Court. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places qualifying under criteria A and C on March 9, 1992. It is the oldest existent government building in Sparks being built in 1931. With its distinctive, red tilted roof and dramatic, semi-circular arched entry, the building is an example of the Mediterranean Revival style unique in Sparks. The structure was designed by Frederic J. DeLongchamps a preeminent Nevada architect, who designed numerous major buildings in Reno, Sparks and Carson City.
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