Have you heard about the Luau Murder at Laws Railroad Museum & Historical Site? We are joining forces with Playhouse 395 to solve a murder and eat some tacos. Yes, you read that…

Circa 1915, the Conway Ranch House was constructed. This historic ranch house, typical of its era, holds over a Century of Owens Valley memories. The Conways, a 19th Century ranching family,…

Rollin', Rollin', Rollin'... (maybe). Southern Pacific Engine No9 Renovation Project You heard it here first! We are renovating Slim Princess No9 including paint, smoke box repair, and: --hold…

Did you know our church/library was the original Catholic Church in Bishop located on West Elm Street?  The entire structure was moved to Laws in a single piece in 1976. It is home to: W.A…

Laws Railroad Museum and Historical Site offers opportunities for private individuals and businesses to enhance the museum grounds through our "Adopt-A-Tree" program. The grounds at Laws have…

Now you can adopt a vintage building at Laws Museum and Historical Site.  In our Adopt-A-Building program, donations are placed in a restricted account, and used…

A monetary donation to Laws Museum, in any amount, is a great way to help support the preservation of Eastern Sierra history. Send your check or money order to: Bishop Museum…

Leave an enduring legacy with a charitable bequest to the Laws Museum   Estate planning With the help of an attorney, you can include language in your will or trust specifying a gift to be…