Reclamation's museum collections have been and continue to be exhibited at several museums and visitor centers. For more information on interpretive displays and visitor centers highlighting Reclamation history and cultural resources, visit our Promoting Our Past page.
The Lower Colorado Dams Office has created a photo gallery of historic and modern photographs of Hoover Dam. The photographs have been organized into four sections:
Also at the Hoover Dam Visitor Center is an exhibit entitled "Installation of the Arizona Generator Units 1936-1952" on the Arizona Balcony in the powerhouse.
On display is a Tyrannosaurus rex lower jaw from Elephant Butte Reservoir in southern New Mexico.
Artifacts from the Glen Canyon Archaeological Project, on loan from the Museum of Northern Arizona, are on display in a temporary exhibit. In addition, a few pieces of Reclamation's artwork, including a painting by Norman Rockwell, are featured in a permanent display, along with the last cement bucket used in building the Glen Canyon Dam.
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Page Last Updated January 30, 2013