The Springs Preserve is a 180-acre cultural and historical attraction designed to celebrate Las Vegas' history and provide a vision for a sustainable future.
Rent bikes!! It's fun with great views!!
Enjoy the delectable offerings from the Springs Cafe, such as the exquisite wood-fired salmon filet with smoked tomato aioli and arugula, served on house-made flatbread.
love this place. great holiday decorations (halloween and winter wonderland), concerts and movies during the summer. lots to see and do. bring your walking shoes
Found out if you have any BofA card it is free the first weekend of the month.
Great place to go wander.
You wouldn't think to come here during the rain. But you'd be wrong.
Since you’re at Las Vegas Springs Preserve, be sure to visit one of the major exhibits offered on-site. Each is themed around various historical, cultural and environmental aspects of desert life.
Admission tickets for the day can be applied toward a Membership. They begin as low as $25 for one year as of the date of purchase
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You can hike around the Springs Preserve without paying to go into the main part. There are 1.8 miles worth of trails split between 4 themes. Trails open 10am - dusk.
Bring in your used cooking oil now, daily through Jan. 15, 2015 from 10am-4pm.
Join the staff of on-site zoologists in a feeding of the Preserve's Living Collections, open to the public every Saturday and Sunday.
great place to spend a day! be sure to check out the museums.
If you show your Bofa card your admission is free.
Check out the Desert Living Center! It's a LEED Platinum certified center for education on sustainable living in the Mojave Desert. Its gardens demonstrate water & energy conservation solutions
Great place for the kids!
My kids and I love this place! The Wolfgang Puck cafe is awesome, too!
Nice place to visit on a Saturday!
Great get away from the Casinos and far from the strip.
Beautiful place to explore and meander.
I was BORED. My girlfriend and I are in our 20s and we were really bored. No people. Really hot. Barely any concessions. No animals. Most of the trees and bushes weren't great or maintained well.
So much fun! Great place to take kids. Very educational (if you want it to be) & not pricey at all. Kept my attention all the way through! & They have their own restaurant & gift shop.
Stay hydrated.... Bring ur own h2o. Alternate indoor n outdoor activities to stay cool n max your time
my 1st time here & i forgot how tired i was from working all night.. i wanna come back but maybe when it's not so hot.
First, we bought a beer... But at second pair of beers they said : "you need to but something to eat in order we to sell a beer"... Really? ... Disapointed!
My one year old daughter loves coming here to see the animals, play on the playground, and watch Wings Over The Springs on the weekends. A membership is well worth it!
The 180-acre attraction features exhibits, galleries, trails and gardens that provide tons of information. See live animals like rabbits, spiders, lizards and bats.
love listening to bill Bill Speak
Definitely a must see for families and anyone who wants to know more about the LV area. Could spend a whole day here with the trails.
Sit outside on the deck it's amazing. And try the fish tacos. Wow
Celebrate the season at the annual Holiday Spectacular, featuring festive fare, reindeer pony rides, ice skating and, of course, photos with Santa.
The summer camp is an amazing opportunity for kids! They learn all about nature, archeology, and recycling while having fun in true summer camp style! Members get a discount on enrollment fee!
SEE THE BIRD SHOW!!! Alyssa and Dave are amazing!!
I love the views of downtown from the Springs Cafe
Chinese chicken salad is amazing Just the right amount of hot mustard in the dressing.
Wolfgang Puck's cafe was awsome. Also, watch for the park rangers around the kids play area. They try to keep the kids on lock down. :-( but they're slow and you can help you're kids make a get away
Awesome place really enjoy my time here.
The line for tickets is about an hour. Been in line for about 30min and estimate I am half way...ish.
Dia del nino (kids day)