The Elgin Schoolhouse is a historic school in rural Nevada's Lincoln County. The schoolhouse was used from 1922 through 1967, when its last student reached eighth grade. In 1998, the building was restored to its original appearance and volunteers opened the building for tours by request. It became a State Historic Site in July 2005. The Elgin Schoolhouse State Historic Site features half of the house's original items. The rest are authentic to the time period. The site is open Saturday and Sundays in April, May, September, and October. Starting March 1, 2008, entrance fee to the museum will be $1.00 and children 12 and under are free. The grounds are open to all.