North Lake Tahoe Historical Society

130 W Lake Blvd, Tahoe City, Ca 96145, Usa
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Our missionThe natural and cultural histories of Lake Tahoe inform who we are and define our sense of place and our heritage. The mission of the NLTHS is to hold these histories in trust by collecting, preserving and presenting them for all people, keeping them safe and accessible now and for future generations.

North Lake Tahoe Historical Society

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Volunteers and Docents are essential to the North Lake Tahoe Historical Society. Volunteers can help with a variety of tasks, such as, leading school tours, operating Watson Cabin, cataloging materials, building exhibits and planning and executing program and events.
  • Occasional, Monthly
  • 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Indoor
  • Formal
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
How you helpThe North Lake Tahoe Historical Society relies on the enthusiasm, energy and commitment of more than 100 individuals to help enhance the museum experience for members and visitors.
About usThe North Lake Tahoe Historical Society (NLTHS) was founded in 1969 by a group of concerned citizens who were passionate about preserving Tahoe’s history, and telling its stories. The NLTHS mission is to preserve, present and interpret Lake Tahoe history, and the NLTHS does this through its three museums located in Tahoe City: The Gatekeeper's Museum, The Marion Steinback Indian Basket Museum, and The Watson Cabin. Our museums are visited by over 10,000 visitors annually. In addition, NLTHS offers an annual speaker series and educational series, as well as many events in the summer months.
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