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All reviews egyptian exhibit king tut stuffed animals ancient egypt live animals mormon fort sea life animal exhibits couple of hours educational fun nice exhibits a great place to spend love history great for kids fun family per adult free admission
I came here with my lovely wife on Tuesday, 24 July 2018, to see an unusual attraction in Las Vegas. I was not disappointed.
There are a wealth of exhibits that display replicas of the Nevada desert, native wild animals, oceanography, and Middle Eastern artifacts....More
Staff extremely nice and helpful, paleontologist on site when we visited who informed us of current ongoing projects. We visited as part of our Las Vegas Pass but would of been happy to pay to enter. Great for families too.
Pleasantly surprised by their exhibits! 7-year old dinosaur expert really enjoyed our 2-hours here. We even got free admission with reciprocal ASTC benefit. Our flight was delayed by 4 hours, and this was a great place to spend our extra time, without being in the...More
My boys (5 and 7) love dinosaurs and sea creatures. This museum feels older but it was fun for the boys. They enjoyed the current exhibit of the lizards before the dinosaurs because of the moving and talking lizards. These animatronics were a great learning...More
So. Short trip to check this place
Good price for how small it is
Where else would you miss ancient egypt with a natural history museu!?
Super. Maybe an hours worth of time spent, the kids will love it
Close some other museums, great stop...More
The museum is small, but has engaging exhibits to make for a fun day with kids and a break from the bustle of Vegas. We entered in a reciprocal museum membership. Our family enjoyed the dinosaurs, the Egyptian exhibit with a replica of Tut's tomb,...More
Yes, the dinosaurs are automatons. With the click of a button they roar and move their heads for the little ones to wow.
Also, the sharks are fed in the afternoon along with the rays. This event has an announcer (biologist) to talk about the...More