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Clark County Museum

The Clark County Museum is a 30

Henderson, NV Museums

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Marine life, Nevada's wildlife, Africa Savannah/Africa rain forest room and animated dinosaurs are featured, plus children's hands-on room. At the Prehistoric Life Gallery, children of all ages are struck with a sense of awe as they step past the 35

Las Vegas, NV Museums

Hoover Dam

At the time of completion in 1935, this was the highest concrete dam in the world. Exhibits, theater presentations and guided tours are offered.

Boulder City, NV Structural Landmarks

Hawthorne Ordnance Museum

Hawthorne Ordnance Museum commemorates the thousands of Military, Civil Service and Civilian Corporate Personnel that have made significant, and even the ultimate contribution in defending the Freedom of this Great Nation. In July 1926, the Navy\'

Hawthorne, NV Museums

American Heroes Veterans Museum

Priceless memorabilia pay tribute to America's Veterans from World War II, Korea, and Vietnam at the American Heroes Veterans Museum. The museum includes an extensive WW II collection, and displays honoring Korea and Vietnam Veterans. A multi-media show, On the Wings of Eagles, relives America'

Laughlin, NV Museums

Genoa Courthouse Museum

Take a step back in time to the first courthouse in Nevada, 1865, fully restored with original jail, a blacksmith shop, courtroom, and exhibits specific to early Genoa.

Genoa, NV Museums

Goldfield

Gold mining town founded in 1902. Sights include the majestic Goldfield Hotel, Esmeralda County Courthouse, Santa Fe Saloon built in 1905

Goldfield, NV Mining Towns


Rye Patch State Recreation Area

Most park users prefer to visit during the warm months of late spring and summer. The area's climate is typical of northern Nevada's desert country. Rainfall is slight, averaging less then 6 inches annually. Clear, sunny skies are the rule, with summer daytime temperatures peaking near 90

, NV Camping

Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park

Remnant of an early 20th century mining camp called Berlin and the fossil remains of gigantic fish-like reptiles known as Ichthyosaurs. (Located 23 mi. E of Gabbs off State Rt. 884.)

Gabbs, NV Archaeology

The Parsonage

Historic rectory next to the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Goldfield; both buildings were built in 1908

Goldfield, NV Historic Homes

Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

A wetland oasis in the desert which supports rare fish, plants and native wildlife.

Amargosa Valley, NV Wildlife Refuges