Gatekeepers Museum is a historical heritage site of Lake Tahoe. Built to house the Watermaster of Fanny Bridge in the early 1900s, the tiny cabin is now home to an interesting collection of local artifacts. The museum highlights a few different exhibits that educate on the history of Lake Tahoe. It focuses on historical photos of the Lake Tahoe shoreline from 1916, Washoe Indian history, works of Washoe Indian basket weavers and an extensive collection of Native American baskets from more than 85 area tribes. It also showcases boating history as well as the 1960 Olympics. The site is connected to a large park area that has beautiful Lake Tahoe shoreline. The area can be rented for large parties and weddings of up to 300 people.
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