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Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

900 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 89101

The Basics

Meant to be both educational and entertaining, the museum is perfect for those visiting Las Vegas with kids. Exhibits include prehistoric animal fossils, a dinosaur mummy, a marine life gallery with live sharks and stingray, and an international wildlife gallery where bears, big cats, and antelope are displayed. Don’t miss the Treasures of Egypt, focused on the discovery and artifacts in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Prebook your ticket for easy admission.

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Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
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$14.36 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Great place to visit
Outstanding museum! Staff was extremely friendly, helpful and accommodating. The variety of exhibits was great.
Melvin_C, Aug 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Las Vegas

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LV natural history museum
AmyY_L, Oct 2021
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
I am impressed at the dinosaurs display and the Egyptian display. The animal display is a little crowded.
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Happy
Moshe_S, Jun 2021
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
Nice place, very informative and good for kids. The staff was very nice and understanding. Really happy we went and will maybe go again.
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Great family fun
Tobey_C, Jun 2021
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
The kids loved the dinosaur exhibit and the sounds and movement. Also really enjoyed the mummy exhibit.
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Overall fun. Great for kids.
Pawnesha_P, May 2021
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
Great to see land animals from different places in the world. Loved how some animals actually moved since everything was not alive. I really liked how the animals were in great details. We found out it was real animal fur.
star-5
Awesome museum
Charles_B, Dec 2020
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
Very neat museum. Had a lot of exhibits and the gentleman in the learning center was awesome and very informative
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Great Family Experience
Dale_E, Aug 2020
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
We had family from 3 to 77 and it was enjoyed by all. Each had a favorite part. The new dinosaur interactive was interesting. You could feed the dinosaur but never touched anything. Loved all the diarama s. The aquarium portion had a fun sand bin to depths and there were lots of tanks to look at and many sharks whales excetera hanging from the ceiling.
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Egypt
yvonne_T, Jun 2020
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
My family and I had a great time, everyone was very nice and very sanitized...Thank you for the experience, we will be back again soon🥰
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Museum las Vegas
PAM_E, Jun 2020
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Admission Ticket
Really enjoyed the museum. The employees were wildly helpful and knowledgeable! They had my ticket already printed out when I got there

Things to Know Before You Go

  • There’s much at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum for science lovers and families.

  • The museum participates in the Association of Science-Technology Centers Travel Passport Program for free admission.

  • There is no on-site restaurant or cafe.

  • The museum is wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The museum is on North Las Vegas Boulevard, north of downtown. It’s about 5.5 miles (9 kilometers) north of the Bellagio. It’s a 20-minute walk from downtown. Otherwise, take a cab or drive yourself. There is a free on-site parking lot.

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When to Get There

The museum is open every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Temporary exhibits rotate throughout the year. Events such as shark feedings and live animal encounters take place weekly; check the museum website calendar to plan your visit around any activities.

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Neon Museum

The Neon Museum is a 5-minute walk from the Las Vegas Natural History Museum. The museum includes an outdoor collection of vintage signs from old Vegas casinos and hotels, a visitors center, and a gallery. Visit both museums in one trip for two very different looks at history.

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