Clark County Museum Las Vegas
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1830 S. Boulder Hwy.
Henderson, Nevada 89002
Mon.- Sun. 9am- 4:30pm
No reservations needed.
Clark County Museum Las Vegas Quick Facts
- The Clark County Museum in Vegas is a 30 acre park.
- The Clark County Museum is about 20 miles from the Las Vegas Strip.
- This Las Vegas museum only costs $2 for entry!
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Probably one of the best values in Vegas. Actually, it's a bit of a steal! I liked the fact it was more hands on than other museums I've visited. I like to touch things, so it's nice when it's allowed! Highly recommended and we'll definitely go back!"
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$2.00 for adults
Features: Resting on the edge of the Vegas valley, the Clark County Museum Las Vegas provides an informative and fascinating look back at the colorful history of the county where Las Vegas is located. This large 30-acre Las Vegas museum includes a ghost town, restored historic homes, a nature trail and an ancient Native American pueblo.
Why We Go: We love history and between the casinos, atomic testing and ancient creatures that once lived in the area, Clark County surprisingly has a ton of history to learn about. Fortunately, the Clark County Museum in Vegas houses a bevy of historic treasures.
- Heritage Street: Depicting the daily life from decades in Southern Nevada, Heritage Street is one of the most visited parts of the Clark County Museum Las Vegas. Making you feel like you’ve been transported back in time, it’s a quaint little street lined with trees and historic structures and homes from the early 1900’s.
- The Timeline: Chronicling the history of Southern Nevada from the Ice Age to the Age of Entertainment, the Anna Robert Parks Exhibit Hall in Clark County Museum in Vegas is an excellent way to get a well-rounded understanding of how the region has evolved over time.
Inside Knowledge: Many of these building were transported from Goldfield, Nevada, which was originally Nevada’s biggest sprawling casino town until Las Vegas started booming in the 1930’s. Today, Goldfield has a population of just 440.
Do's and Don'ts:
Do Touch the History: The Clark Country Museum in Vegas isn’t one of those hoity-toity museums that keeps you five feet away from the artifacts. This is museum encourages you to get walk through the structures and learn the history by being more hands on.
Don’t Forget a Bottle of Water: With 30 acres to explore and a blistering hot desert sun to deal with, it would be smart to bring a bottle of water or two to avoid dehydration.