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Springs Preserve begins fall and winter seasonal hours
Published on Tue, Nov 13, 2012 (10:35 a.m.)WHAT: The Springs Preserve will begin fall and winter hours - 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily starting November 16. Preserve members receive early entry to the Gardens and Trails at 8 a.m. daily. To become a member and experience the benefits of membership, visit springspreserve.org.
It's always a great time to visit the Springs Preserve with a host of indoor and outdoor activities, events, exhibits, and programs year-round. Admission to the Preserve includes entry to the Nevada State Museum. The Nevada State Museum is open Friday through Monday with fall and winter hours beginning November 16. General Admission for Nevada Residents: $9.95 Adults, $4.95 Children 5-17, those under 5 years old are free. For more information visit springspreserve.org.
WHERE: Springs Preserve, 333 S. Valley View Blvd., (Meadows Lane, between Alta Drive and U.S. 95)
WHEN: Fall and Winter Seasonal Hours - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily beginning November 16, 2012
OTHER: About the Springs Preserve
Located three miles from the famed Las Vegas Strip, the Springs Preserve is the best place to explore the Las Vegas Valley's vibrant history through interactive science and nature exhibits, botanical gardens, hiking trails and animal shows. Indoor experiences include exhibition galleries dedicated to showcasing art and traveling exhibitions of local and national significance, on-site technologically advanced learning centers, the Springs Cafe, operated by the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas, and the Nevada State Museum. The Springs Preserve also hosts seasonal special events including concerts, arts shows and holiday experiences. Visit springspreserve.org or call 702-822-7700. Find us on Google Maps.
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