333 S. Valley View Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89107
(Between US 95 and Alta Drive)
Desert Living Center
The Springs Preserve is a 180-acre non-gaming cultural and historical attraction designed to commemorate Las Vegas' dynamic history and to provide a vision for a sustainable future.
Known as the birthplace of Las Vegas and listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978, the site of the Preserve was once home to bubbling springs that were a source of water for Native Americans living here thousands of years ago. It also sustained travelers of the Old Spanish Trail and Mormons who came to settle the West.
Entrance to the gardens and trails at the Springs Preserve is free to the public, however you must obtain a ticket to enter. You must obtain gardens and trails tickets from the Preserve when you visit; you cannot order them online.
Admission Tickets and Annual Passes provide entrance to the ORIGEN Experience and Desert Living Center, in addition to the Gardens and Trails. Prices do not include admission to concerts, performances or events.
Now also includes admission to the Nevada State Museum!
General Admission - Adult $18.95 (Nevada Resident $9.95)
General Admission - Senior (65+) & Student (18+) $17.05 (Nevada Resident $8.95)
General Admission - Child (5 - 17 years) $10.95 (Nevada Resident $4.95)
General Admission - Child Under 5 years Free
Springs Cafe at the Springs Preserve
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||Haunted Harvest Spooktacular fun for all ages featuring a haunted hay maze, trick or treat stations, carnival games, petting zoo, live fun from Mad Science & Monster Bash. Also available is thehaunted train ride for a small fee. 5pm-9pm Dates: Oct. 10-12, 17-19, 24-26. Tickets $7.00 & free for 4 & under.
||Butterfly Habitat - Fall Event View hundreds of butterflies and an array of plants at this seasonal exhibit! 10am - 3pm Tickets $2 members $3 non-members for everyone age 2 & up
||Jan 15 Thu || ||A Celebration of Souls: Day of the Dead in Southern Mexico On Display til Jan. 15th Candelit home altars, processions, offerings of food: All are rich cultural traditions of Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead). View photos commemorating how villagers across Mexico welcome home the visiting spirits of departed relatives. 10am - 6pm Free exhibit for members & general admission