Clark County Museum
Time & Location
About the Event
The Clark County Museum was founded in 1968. It occupies thirty acres at 1830 S. Boulder Highway in Henderson. Exhibits range from restored buildings to railroad rolling stock, with a timeline of local history and regular changing exhibits in the main museum building.
The museum presents life in southern Nevada from earliest men to today. From the 1931 Boulder City Union Pacific Depot to the 1966 Candlelight Wedding Chapel, the 1912 Beckley Home to an original Henderson Townsite house, visitors can view the past in its restored glory. We even have a ghost town, for those who want to see another link to the past.
The museum grounds also have walking trails which provide a close up view of the natural history of Southern Nevada. Open seven days a week, the museum is the best place to learn the history of Clark County.
children 3-17 $1.00, adults $2.00, seniors 50+ $1.00
Paid to: Clark County Museum when you arrive.
We will meet at the entrance at 2pm sharp. If you arrive late, you can just pay in the office and catch up with us. :)