California Historical Landmarks in Nevada County
California Historical Landmark 863
401 Broad Street
California's oldest existing theatre building, the Nevada, opened September 9, 1865. Celebrities such as Mark Twain, Jack London, and Emma Nevada have appeared on its stage. Closed in 1957, the theatre was later purchased through public donations and reopened May 17, 1968 to again serve the cultural needs of the community.
California Registered Historical Landmark No. 863
Plaque placed by the State Department of Parks and Recreation in cooperation with the Historical Landmarks and Liberal Arts Commissions of Nevada County Historical, April 27, 1974.
The Nevada Theatre is also listing 73000417 in the National Register of Historic Places.