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The Springs Preserve is a 180-acre cultural and historical attraction designed to celebrate Las Vegas' history and provide a vision for a sustainable future.
This is a total outdoor lovers gem in the middle of a busy city. Ride trail bikes, hike, and enjoy all the amenities they have to offer! Very family friendly.
Springs Preserve Want to keep your kids’ brains as busy as their bodies? Learning opportunities abound at the Springs Preserve. This 180-acre cultural and educational attraction is designed to celebrate the history of Las Vegas. Learn about the city’s early days at the Nevada State Museum, stroll…
Great for everybody, a day walk and botanical garden. Hidden gem tourists don't know about complete with a Butterfly Habitat.
Las Vegas Springs Preserve consists of 180 acres (73 ha) dedicated to nature walks and displays and is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Valley Water District. The Preserve is located approximately three miles west of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The Preserve is built around the original water…
Perfect for families! Indoor and outdoor nature museum with lots to see and do. Mini train as well as bike rentals .The have a lunch option there at the cafe. It is one of my favorite go to spots!
“Need to let the kids experience something different in Las Vegas? This is a great place for them to explore and have an amazing experience. All age groups will have fun and find something interesting to explore. ”
“A local favorite, and great place to visit, take pictures in, and see items you wouldn't find anywhere else.”
“This place is a must visit for shopping therapy enthusiasts. 🛍 One, has a big variety of stores to choose from, such as, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Kate Spade New York, Lululemon, and more. Their products always change to reflect the season a costumer will visit the shopping outlet, winter, summer, etc. And the best part? The majority of those shops have up to 70% off of their products all year around. And at the same time, options to drink and/or eat, are available as well, such as Chipotle, The Cheesecake Factory and more. Tip: If you have a local friend, better you invite them along. Non residents of Nevada are required to pay a parking fee (around $7), when on the other side Las Vegas residents just have to scan their ID and parking ticket without having to pay anything.”
“Cool place to chill and have a drink or food in Downtown Las Vegas (old vegas)”