Nevada State Museum Tours
Prehistoric fossils, atomic explosions, and a foray into Las Vegas’ mobster days; these aren’t things people expect from their Las Vegas vacation. However, a trip to the Nevada State Museum reveals all of this and more. It’s a place where you can swap casinos for culture and immerse yourself in the natural history of Nevada.
Address: 309 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada NV 89107, USA
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Recent Reviews from Experiences in Las Vegas
Hidden gems of Las Vegas
, Feb 2020
Free parking and lots of it. They started building the site in 1983. When we first entered it didn't look like much but as you progress through the site it just gets better and better. We were there for 5 hours and did not see it all. It is wonderful, nature at its finest. Also you learn about how people lived in the desert and how we use those same principles today. The two Nevada State Museums at the end are excellent as well. This was tour was well worth the money and great for families. A tip for visiting Las Vegas: don't miss visiting the following two gems! Red Rock Canyon ( only 20 minutes or so from the strip ) Cost per car $15 for all day! Valley of Fire ( about a 1 hour 25 min. drive down the freeway from the strip ) Cost $10 per car all day. Don't let the drive out there fool you into thinking you are wasting your time as it looks bleak and looks like nothing is there. These two areas will make you think your on another planet! They both offer hiking at every stop along the way! They are both jaw dropping nature experiences! When you go back to Las Vegas from the Valley of Fire stop at the gas station truck stop to fuel up ( its the only one out there and gas is cheap). Inside you will see a little cafe, we took a chance and ate there after asking the staff at the gas station how good the food was. Remember its a truck stop so they have to be good. The food is outstanding and well priced, with fast friendly service too. You will be glad you ate there!
Fox and chukwala.
, Feb 2020
Went to booth, and they sent us to ticket taker. Who was still confused. It would have been easier to just purchase tics at window.
Absolutely beautiful area to walk...
, Apr 2018
Absolutely beautiful area to walk around. Many hand-on, educational exhibits for children, but interesting for adults too. A perfect escape from the bustle of the Strip.
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Discover a quiet sanctuary in the heart of Las Vegas with admission to Springs Preserve. Explore the 180-acre (63-ha) natural area at your own pace; buy a ticket for a 20-minute trackless train ride, or walk 3.7 miles (6 km) of tranquil paths through intact desert ecosystems and archeological sites. Learn about Mojave history in the Origen Museum and Nevada State Museum then see cutting-edge installations that illustrate sustainable practices in the west’s arid landscape.
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How much does it cost to visit Nevada State Museum 2020?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Nevada State Museum costs USD 14.99. Guided Nevada State Museum tours start around USD 14.99 per person. See all 0 Nevada State Museum tickets and tours on Viator.
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