The Greenville Cy Hall Memorial Museum is one of the few remaining original buildings in Greenville
. The Miller Warehouse was donated to the community by Evelyn Hill, wife of the late Cy Hall. Cy served as Fire Chief in Greenville
for over 50 years, and it was his dream to build a museum in the community one day.
When the museum opens, it will have displays back to the mid-1900s. A collection of pictures and books give an overview of early life in the area.
Future plans include displays for local ranching and farming, Native American artifacts, local Chinese history, railroading, and the history of the Plumas National Forest . Admission to the museum is free.