We are pleased to announce 10 new tour dates, from June through October 2021.Please check out the Tours Page for exciting news about Nevada State Prison Tour availability.
We had 144 tickets available for a special event on Nevada Day 2020. All 144 tickets were issued overnight, and we had 60 additional groups on our waitlist before we closed it. We have preserved the waitlist for future events. Rest assured, we are working on providing additional opportunities to experience the historic Nevada State Prison site. We’ll keep in touch with the names on our waitlist and the many others that have contacted us about future events. We appreciate your patience!
‘The Mustang,’ the movie shot at Nevada State Prison in 2017, made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival and is currently in limited release in several cities, including San Francisco and Los Angeles. It’s scheduled for general release on March 29. Here’s the trailer: Executive producer is Robert Redford, and the film was directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre. The studio describes the plot: “Roman Coleman (Matthias Schoenaerts), a convict in a rural Nevada prison who struggles to escape his violent past, is required to participate in an “outdoor maintenance” program as part of his state-mandated social rehabilitation. Spotted by … Read More
The NSPPS Membership Committee welcomed Barbara Parish as a Lifetime Member on April 28 and four new members including Karyn Clemmensen on April 30, Debbe Nye on July 28 and Lawrence J. Fowler and Joseph M. Gerardi on April 14. Our total membership is now 47, including four organizations and 37 lifetime members. Consider giving a membership As we head into the season of giving, consider a membership for one of your favorite people to help us grow to support our valuable National Historic Registered Nevada State Prison. Yearly dues are affordable at $25 per person, $20 for seniors, students … Read More
It has been a very productive month for the Nevada State Prison Preservation Society. On Aug. 23, Glen Whorton and Maurice White met with the Deputy Director of the Department of Corrections, Harold Wickham. We presented an application for work permits for three projects. We need to finish the wall opening between A and B Blocks so tours can access the entire Cellhouse and the execution chamber. Secondly we need to remove the gate on the front of the Culinary because it is a trip hazard. Lastly we need to remodel the restroom in the Courthouse to meet ADA standards. … Read More