Las Vegas Off-Strip Activity:
- Something that is a little different when visiting the Las Vegas area is the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. It is located in the Mojave Desert just a few miles from the city of Las Vegas.
- Elephant Rock is one of the most photographed natural formations in Nevada’s oldest and largest state park, The Valley of Fire. It is a red sandstone outcrop that looks very much like an elephant from every perspective.
- Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs, also known as Floyd Lamb State Park, is a day-use recreational area covering 2,040 acres to the northwest of downtown Las Vegas.
- Located just off the Las Vegas Strip at 302 Cathedral Way, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109, the Guardian Angel Cathedral has served local parishioners of the Catholic Church since 1977.
- Hoover Dam, is located thirty miles southeast of Las Vegas, Nevada. The Hoover Dam is located in the Black Canyon on the Colorado River, and sometimes it is referred to as “Boulder Dam”. Hoover Dam, is currently the world’s 35th largest hydroelectric station.
- Las Vegas Natural History Museum – is a non-profit organization providing education for the Las Vegas community and its visitors. Exhibits deal in the natural sciences with both past and present connotations
- Mount Charleston is the highest peak in the Spring Mountain range – mountains that run about fifty miles on the west side of Las Vegas. This is where the Great Basin Desert begins and where you enjoy The Mount Charleston Ski and Snowboard Resort.
- The Spring Preserve is a 180 acre place for tourists to get a little education. The preserve has been designed with cultural exhibits and also to explore the history of Las Vegas.
- Clark County Museum is a 30-acre site that features a modern exhibit hall with a timeline exhibit about southern Nevada from pre-historic to modern times and a collection of restored historic buildings that depict daily life from different decades in Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson, and Goldfield.
- Lake Mead offers year-round recreational opportunities. Its lakes cater to boaters, swimmers, and fishermen while its desert rewards hikers, wildlife photographers, and roadside sightseers.
- The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas NV is one of 37 national museums in the U.S.
- The Mob Museum – presents the real stories and actual events of mob history via interactive and engaging exhibits that reveal all sides of the story about the role of organized crime in the U.S.
- With more than 100 interactive exhibits in science, arts and culture spread over two floors of fun, Lied Discovery Children’s Museum is Las Vegas’ favorite family destination!
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