Lost City Museum Names New Director

Tracey Sprague

The Nevada Division of Museums and History is pleased to announce that Tracey Sprague has been selected to serve as director of the Lost City Museum in Overton.

Ms. Sprague originally joined the Lost City Museum as the Curator of Exhibits in 2019. She previously worked as the Collections Manager at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas, where she oversaw several collections including the neon sign collection, Las Vegas ephemera collections, and more.

She holds a Master of Arts in Comparative Religion from Western Michigan University and a Master of Arts in History from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

“Tracey is a perfect fit for the Lost City Museum with her deep knowledge about the collections, programs, and their community partners. I look forward to working with her on getting the word out about this destination gem,” says Myron Freedman, Administrator of the Nevada Division of Museums and History.

“I am excited to continue to educate visitors about Moapa Valley’s history and prehistory through expanding exhibits, public programming, and assisting continued research,” says Sprague.

When she isn’t in the museum, Ms. Sprague likes to travel, attend concerts, and spend time with her two cats, Carl and Neil.