Visit the Mammoth Museum at Hayden Cabin

Mammoth Museum at the Hayden Cabin –  Open daily 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. through the end of September.

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Located at 5489 Sherwin Creek Road, come experience the rich cultural heritage of Mammoth Lakes. Take a peek into a historic log cabin featuring mining implements and exhibits, photographs and intriguing memorabilia from the area’s early decades.

This year features two new exhibits! Admission is free, however a $2.00 per person donation is suggested. Year round memberships and donations are appreciated! CONTACT INFO: (760) 934-6918 www.mammothmuseum.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/www.mammothmuseum.org

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The Southern Mono Historical Society (SMHS) would like to thank our small, but mighty crew of faithful helpers in setting up, decorating, serving food, cleaning up and tearing down of our summer events so far this season at the Mammoth Museum at the Hayden Cabin.

We couldn’t have done it without all of you! For our 17 th Annual Country Western Dance & BBQ which took place on June 27th , our only major fundraiser of the summer, we thank the following: four of the LDS Elders, Jim Beaver, Russ and Miss Lilly Ferguson, Sharon & Bob Cox caterers, bartender Steve Wetherwax, line dancing instructor and birthday girl Tina Sauser, Connor Craig, Nikki Goodwin, The Rafters for ice, Mammoth Museum Curator Mark Davis and members of our Board of Directors; Robert & Sue Joki, Bill & Chris Sauser, Jon Goodwin, Dinah Frincke-Craig, Dave Harvey and Barbara Richter.

Also a shout out of thanks to the Lions Club members who stayed after their function the following day to help us tear down the rest of our equipment. A big thank you to all the attendees who braved the monsoonal winds to attend our fun event.

We appreciated our new and renewing members as well. The museum couldn’t exist without all this support!

Save the date for our next community event at the Hayden Cabin on Saturday, August 22nd , Old Timers’ Day BBQ and annual general membership meeting.

The Hayden Cabin/Mammoth Museum at 5489 Sherwin Creek Road is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. through September. Admission is free, however we gratefully accept donations, sponsorships and memberships.

The SMHS is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Thank you again! Directors of the Southern Mono Historical Society MUSEUM CONTACT INFO: (760) 934-6918 www.mammothmuseum.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/www.mammothmuseum.org

 

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John
John
7 years ago

Sierra Lady is very proud of the Hayden Cabin. I recommend checking it out.

dpblue
dpblue
7 years ago

Hey Trouble you should visit Mammoth some time to experience the museum and make some history for yourself. Summers in Mammoth are the best. I would suggest coming midweek less crowds.

Trouble
Trouble
7 years ago
Reply to  dpblue

I actually like Mammoth, except for their price of gas and sense of humor. Do they still have free beer?

Trouble
Trouble
7 years ago

I didn’t know Mammoth had museum or any history??

erik simpson
erik simpson
7 years ago
Reply to  Trouble

Trouble, I don’t believe you’re an ignorant redneck, but sometimes you do a fair impersonation. Do you read your stuff before you send it? I recommend it.

Charles O. Jones
Charles O. Jones
7 years ago
Reply to  Trouble

The first people to inhabit the vicinity of Mammoth Lakes was the Mono people. Evidence declares that they have been living in the area for thousands of years. They settled in the valley but walked to other places when trading with different tribes.[7] The European history of Mammoth Lakes started… Read more »