Discovery Children’s Museum
Families are everywhere in Southern Nevada, and for that reason, Vegas is no longer a destination for adults only. It has something for everyone, including kids.
It’s going to be a summer of dinosaurs, revelations, mob connections and Nevada history as various traveling and new exhibits are added to the displays at Las Vegas’ excellent museums. History comes alive this summer and you won’t want to miss the opportunity to learn what it has to teach you.
Whether it is guiding children or exploring the past, museums in Las Vegas feature unique exhibits coming in the spring.
Kids love to go to summer camp and parents enjoy having a bit of summer to themselves. Luckily, the Las Vegas area has some of the best day camps to be found anywhere.
Families with children may want to consider pooling resources and having one or two folks not interested in the game take the kids out for an afternoon or evening of child-appropriate fun.
When the weather turns sour, you can find some fun places to spend a day with the kids around the Las Vegas area.
Get your fill of information from one of these great permanent exhibits in some of Las Vegas’ best museums.
Get out and explore all that the Vegas area has to offer railroad enthusiasts.
Museum exhibitions are part of the Las Vegas experience and 2013 promises to be an exciting year with the opening of one new museum, the transformation of another museum and traveling exhibits making a stop in Southern Nevada. Take a break with the family and visit Las Vegas museums like Discovery Children’s Museum, The Neon Museum and so much more.
On Tuesday, the new Discovery Children’s Museum came a step closer to completion, receiving a one million dollar donation from the Sands Foundation.