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The museum is a 30-acre site that features a modern exhibit hall with a timeline exhibit about southern Nevada from pre-historic to modern times and a collection of restored historic buildings that depict daily life from different decades in Las...more
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Admission costs are extremely low. Go in the morning and enjoy 1 to 2 hours of walking around and looking at what life was like in early Las Vegas/Nevada. The housing exhibits are well done and the collection(s) are well thought out.
We stopped by on the way from Vegas to Hoover Dam. The curator was very nice, the displays were interesting, especially the old Vegas ones. Mark Hall, an expert on Pawn Stars was there and we got to meet him, very nice. The old houses...More
Good exhibits, real houses and wedding chapel furnished for their time in history on site, very interesting learning history of Clark County in quiet historic inexpensive environment, off the beaten track in quiet area of Henderson, NV
Located just off Boulder Highway on Museum Drive, this is a great place to come if you're looking for something different to do for a morning. Pay your $2 entrance fee($1 for seniors) in the visitor centre and then tour the inside displays showing artifacts...More
You might be wondering... who goes to Vegas to go to a museum? I've gotta tell you though, if you like Vegas, and if you like seeing real houses from the early 20th century, you've got to make a trip out here.
The main museum...More
At first, visitors to Las Vegas might be reluctant to drive 15 miles to suburban Henderson to experience what the Clark County Heritage Museum has to offer. Who is interested in the history of the southernmost county in Nevada? Well, give it a thought. The...More
This museum is a hidden gem. It is worth the drive! I enjoyed it much more than the Springs Preserve 1905 Boomtown. It has valuable bits of history at a great price! The staff are super friendly and helpful.
We were so impressed with this museum, interesting history of the area with vintage outbuildings, homes, stores and old equipment. Plan on spending a couple of hours. Only $2 for adults, $1 for seniors
The review was taken out of contect and for another property. It has nothing to do with the Clark County Heritage Museum, which we found to be very interesting and everyone was most welcoming. The director, Mark Hall could... More
The review was taken out of contect and for another property. It has nothing to do with the Clark County Heritage Museum, which we found to be very interesting and everyone was most welcoming. The director, Mark Hall could not have been nicer. it is unfortunate that somehow another review got posted to this wonderful museum. I will try again to get this deleted.
Price to get in to Clark County Heritage Museum is only $2 pp when we were there. Is quite a ways out of town so probably would need a rental car - if don't want rental car for whole time, perhaps ask at your hotel to see... More
Price to get in to Clark County Heritage Museum is only $2 pp when we were there. Is quite a ways out of town so probably would need a rental car - if don't want rental car for whole time, perhaps ask at your hotel to see about renting a car just for the day.