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Springs Preserve Official Website The Springs Preserve is a 180-acre attraction in Las Vegas, featuring botanical gardens, museums, family events, traveling exhibits, trails and other attractions design to commemorate Las Vegas' dynamic history and to provide a vision for a sustainable future. The Springs Preserve is the premier place in Las Vegas for families to explore the valley's vibrant history through interactive science and nature exhibits, botanical gardens, hiking, trails and live animal shows.
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  • Address : 333 South Valley View Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89107
  • Phone Number : +1 702-822-7700
  • Email : info@springspreserve.org
  • Street Number : 333
  • Route : South Valley View Boulevard
  • Postal Code : 89107
  • Locality : Las Vegas
  • State : Nevada (NV)
  • Country : United States
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  • Monday : 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday : TuesdayClosed
  • Wednesday : WednesdayClosed
  • Thursday : 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Friday : 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Saturday : 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Sunday : 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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    2 out of 5 Rating

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    Train ride not running. Playground closed. Exhibits offline. Dinosaur exhibit extremely disappointing. Car battery went dead. No one would help. Security gave an attitude just because I asked if someone at the park could help.

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    My wife and I took our grandchildren on Tuesday 10th June. We were disappointed that so many exhibits had a sign stating they were 'off-line' (which presumably is intended to sound better than 'not working'). We went to have a train ride at about 2.30pm to be told that the last run was at 2pm and we were of course too late. We then found out that the playground was closed for refurbishment and wonder why this is being done when the kids are off school. The concept is excellent and the staff were courteous, otherwise we would have only rated it 2 stars. Overall we were most disappointed.

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    This review the gardens and the ecological exhibits, not the State Museum. OK, it gets hot here but the car park has a misting system so you don't experience oven conditions on departure. Tip: come early and wear a sun hat or you will want to lie down on top of your vehicle and enjoy the misting. For me this was a zero $ not a $$ experience. Just ask for gardens only tickets. The garden includes the desert living and unlv desert solar house but not the butterfly habitat. The gardens are nice. You'll enjoy the air conditioning as you play recycling games inside a very clean garbage truck within a rammed-earth house. For me, the unlv desert solar house was the star attraction.

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    What a great night at Devine Cafe at the Springs Preserve! You've got to check this place out.

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    Fun for the whole family. The entire price includes everything but the train ride around the preserve. Cheaper than taking a group to a movie and a lot more fun. Way more bang for the buck and it's educational! But in a very fun sneaky sort of way that the kids won't know it until it's too late MUAWHAHAHA!

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