Mineral King Preservation SocietyMineral King Preservation Society
The Mineral King Preservation Society is dedicated to protecting and preserving the cultural and natural history of Mineral King and surrounding southern Sierra communities, and to educate the public concerning the historic and natural significance of these areas through educational programs and displays. The Mineral King Preservation Society is a nonprofit organization established in 1986 to promote the preservation of the natural and historic assets of the Mineral King area in Sequoia National Park. In 2003, a major portion of Mineral King’s cultural resources were listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Mineral King Road Cultural Landscape District. In 2017 an additional room at the Three Rivers Historical Museum was unveiled, visitors to the Mineral King Room can view exhibits on mining, the proposed Disney project, cabin owners, and more! Visitors to Mineral King can also view exhibits in the Honeymoon Cabin located at the end of Mineral King Rd. The Society’s collections include documents, photos, artifacts, and data records.
Gallery inside Three Rivers Historical Museum – open daily 9AM-3PM
Admission free- Donations appreciated!