Nevada State Museum
Unless you’ve got a hankering to see a stuffed Columbian mammoth or the Nevada state fossil (psst, it’s an ichthyosaur), you can skip...
Pink Jeep Tours
Runs the popular ‘Neon Lights’ night-time city bus tour, which lasts six hours ($55); stops include the Bellagio’s fountains and...
A hair-metal tribute band makes fun of the audience, themselves and the 1980s with sight gags, one-liners and many a drug and sex...
Inside an office park, this surprisingly elegant space lures romantics to its enchanting canopied patio, where white lights twinkle over...
333 S Valley View Blvd · interesting places nearby
Springs Preserve information
On the site of the natural springs (which ran dry in 1962) that fed las vegas ('the meadows'), where southern Paiutes and Spanish Trail traders camped, and later Mormon missionaries and Western pioneers settled the valley, this educational complex is an incredible trip through historical, cultural and biological time. The touchstone is the Desert Living Center, demonstrating sustainable architectural design and everyday eco-conscious living.