The Springs Preserve Las Vegas is 180 acres of nature, exhibits, and attractions that is perfect for everyone, especially families. If you love nature, they have trails and botanical gardens that you can explore. If you’re into history, they have educational exhibits that tell you about Vegas’ rich history. They have a wildlife exhibit, art gallery, theater, bike rentals, café, and so much more!
They have amazing facilities with a great balance of nature, architecture, and education.
They also have rotating exhibits in the Origen Museum so you can explore something new every time. We’ve been twice and the last time they had the Wicked Plants Exhibit.
The time before they had a Mini-Golf Exhibit. We’re excited to head back and check out their Cholocate Exhibition that will be running Feb 8 through May 3, 2015.
One of the newest additions is their Butterfly Habitat! We haven’t had a chance to check it out yet but definitely will before we leave Vegas. Be sure to check their website to see if the habitat is open since they close during cold weather.
To get more details on everything that the Springs Preserve has to offer, be sure to check out their website to see recommendations on how to spend your day as well as special events and classes.
Tickets range from $5-19 depending on age and if you are a Nevada resident. You can also become a member, which we highly recommend if you live in Vegas, and have access all year long!
333 S. Valley View Blvd
Las Vegas NV 89107
Open Daily 10 am – 4 pm
Would you visit Springs Preserve on your Vegas trip?
When’s the last time you’ve been to your local Botanical Gardens?