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Springs Preserve

333 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89107-4372
+1 702-822-7700
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The Springs Preserve is a 180-acre cultural institution designed to commemorate Las Vegas’ dynamic history and to provide a vision for a sustainable future. The Preserve features museums, galleries, outdoor concerts and events, colorful botanical gardens and an interpretive trail system that meanders through a scenic wetland habitat.Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978, the Preserve is located approximately 3 miles west of downtown Las Vegas. The Preserve is known as the birthplace of Las Vegas and represents one of the richest and most unique cultural and biological resources in Southern Nevada.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
333 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89107-4372
+1 702-822-7700
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The Springs Preserve is located just 10 minutes from downtown Las Vegas and does a great job of taking people back in time to turn of the century Las Vegas. Their new old town experience is a nice touch. God place to visit if you...More

Thank Stuart S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place is made for kids. Felt like it probably had it's heyday in the mid 90s, at least to me. But it's beautiful in some parts, the museum was fun and informative, and it's a relatively inexpensive alternative to the strip and shopping. If...More

Thank Griffin H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I don't know if I could spend more than a few hours here but i think they do a great job and it's a good value. It is very pretty and a popular wedding spot because of it.

Thank McKenzie S
Reviewed 1 week ago

I think this place is beautiful and has great events. Thr extra attractions like wildlife viewing and butterfly house should be included in the price of admission.

Thank Taresa O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The natural springs that used to burst out of the ground here are gone but this is the place that gave Las Vegas "The Meadows" its name. I recommend a visit. This is a fantastic value. there are 2 main museums on site and many...More

Thank marcjenks
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Take the train ride around the Preserve so you can get an overview. The butterfly exhibit is amazing and the flowering cactus are beautiful! What a great treat just a hop skip and a jump from The Strip. Nature at it's finest.

Thank nsleik
Reviewed 17 May 2017

If you enjoy nature and history over noise and commercialism, then you'll enjoy the Springs. It is within sight of the Strip and Downtown, so you shouldn't miss the opportunity if you have 2-3 hours. From the moment I parked, I was excited to see...More

Thank VernazzaITA
Reviewed 12 May 2017

We went for the Ohana festival so it was very crowded, but still enough space to enjoy. Very interesting museum and history of how Vegas started. The Ripleys Believe or Not room was terrific. We definitely will go back because there is so much to...More

Thank LoneOak6496
Reviewed 11 May 2017 via mobile

Wonderful day out of the city. Take the kids, take the parents and grandparents and enjoy the day. Highlights for me were the old Nevada buildings at Boomtown and speaking to the docent there. We also met a water authority engineer who was on the...More

Thank SantaFeDiva
Reviewed 10 May 2017

Went on an educational visit with young children who very much enjoyed it. We didn't get time to cover the whole site because there was so much to see, experience and learn. Although it's timetabled to close at 5pm most areas, except the gift shop,...More

Thank Marieka86
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CeCe R
My mother is in a wheel chairi, is this accessable for her to go here? and can she see most of the exhibits/ Do you have discounts for hanicap, elderly and locals? Do you also have shows on Sunday
23 April 2017|
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Response from NineofCups | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it's wheelchair accessible. Senior and military discounts are available. Also, if you're a Bank of America customer, admission is free on the first full weekend of each month.
Does anyone know how much each individual exhibit within the preserve is? Thank you any info is appreaciated
30 July 2016|
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Response from Rae6504 | Reviewed this property |
We paid a few bucks for the butterfly garden, but it was worth it. We were also there for a special mother's day brunch. It was around forty dollars but it was worth it too. The food was good. We also paid six dollars to... More
Is it possible to get there using public transportation?
17 July 2016|
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Response from Robert B | Reviewed this property |
I the only way i got there was on bus public. one west flamingo boulivard then change to go north. ask the bus drivers for a all day ticket for $5 the strip tickets cost $10