Clark County Museum Tours

Travelers who want to travel back in time and learn a little something about Nevada’s rich and dynamic past can do just that during a visit to the Clark County Museum. This memorable stop, which includes eight historic buildings from around the county, highlights the best of the stat’s southernmost county.

Visitors who wander the vast grounds, tour the museum galleries and explore the museum’s top highlights will find plenty of information about the Native American tribes who lived in the county, railroad development and the famous Anna Roberts Parks. There’s even a reconstructed ghost town that offers up spooky fun for the entire family, making this desert landmark a top attraction for the younger set, too.

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The Clark County Museum is located in Henderson, Nevada at 1830 South Boulder Highway. It is open daily from 9 am until 4:30 pm.
Address: 1830 S Boulder Hwy, Henderson, Nevada 89002, USA
Hours: 9 am until 4:30 pm daily
Admission: Adults $2.00, seniors and children $1.00
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