Just three miles from the Las Vegas Strip is the Springs Preserve, a 180-acre historic site featuring museums, galleries, outdoor concerts and events, educational and play areas for children, the future site of the Nevada State Museum, an interpretive trail system, a botanical garden, and more. With so much to see, it can be tough to figure out where to start. First-time visitors can get a feel for the Springs Preserve by taking in the scenery on a 60-minute walk through the property—be sure not to miss the botanical gardens. If your family prefers hands-on activities, head to the Nature Exchange. It's sure to bring out the young collector in everyone while educating them about plants, wildlife, and fossils. Outdoorsy families with older kids can take a find two-hour hikes on their trail systems including archaeological dig sites in the Big Spring ruins. Indoor experiences include a technologically advanced learning center and interactive museum exhibits, and the Springs Cafe by Wolfgang Puck. The Springs Preserve also hosts special seasonal events such as concerts, art shows, and holiday experiences.

 
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Address:
333 South Valley View Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89107


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Telephone Number: (702) 822-7700
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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