Springs Preserve

333 S. Valley View Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89107
Phone: 702-822-7700

Hours: (call ahead to verify hours)
Daily -  10 am to 6 pm

Admission: $18.95 Adult ($9.95 resident); $10.95 Youth 5 - 17 ($4.95 resident) ; Free for Children under 4; Military with ID $8.95; $17.05 Seniors (65+) and Students with ID ($8.95 residents)
admission includes entrance into all attractions and the Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas

Website: www.springspreserve.org

The Springs Preserve is the premier place in Las Vegas to explore the valley’s vibrant history through 180 acres of botanical gardens, interactive science and nature exhibits, trails, live animal shows, concerts and events.

The Preserve promotes an ethic of environmental and cultural conservation within one of the world’s largest Leadership in Environmental Energy and Design (LEED®) platinum A rated campuses. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and recognized by the North American Plant Collection Consortium, the Springs Preserve houses some of the region’s most sensitive archaeological, biological and natural resources.

The Preserve features 3.65 miles of trails that meander through 110 acres of native habitats and archaeological sites, allowing guests to follow in the footsteps of adventurous explorers and ancient peoples. Along the trails, a wealth of evidence reflects not only thousands of years of local history, but major historical themes of the American West.

The Botanical Gardens at the Springs Preserve—named one of the top 10 gardens in North America for visitors—boasts a lush and colorful variety of native and non-native plant species.



Buildings at the Springs Preserve by sunset
(photo courtesy of the Springs Preserve)

Getting to the Springs Preserve