​Due to continuing concerns about the spread of coronavirus, 
Clark County facilities and programs are closed/canceled until further notice. 

At this time, outdoor park spaces will remain open to the public, although any visitors are strongly encouraged to follow health officials' recommendations regarding social distancing and other precautions https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html

All fees and permits will be refunded.  Please e-mail CCParks@ClarkCountyNV.gov with any questions.

Clark County is taking proactive steps out of an abundance of caution to help reduce the possibility of community spread of the virus. County officials are continuing to monitor the coronavirus situation in coordination with state, local and federal health officials and will keep the public advised of any updates.

During the closures, additional measures will be taken to do some proactive cleaning of counters, work stations and computer labs during the closure. Clark County has taken this step, in addition to recent cancellations of events and activities, out of an abundance of caution to help reduce the possibility of community spread of the virus. General inquiries about event and program cancellations can be directed to the Clark County Parks and Recreation Department at CCParks@ClarkCountyNV.gov. Contact the department's Sports Office for information about sports leagues by email at ccprssports@clarkcountynv.gov.

Clark County officials are continuing to monitor the coronavirus situation in coordination with state, local and federal health officials and will keep the public advised of any updates. As a result of coronavirus concerns, Clark County has implemented additional cleaning and sanitizing efforts in all our facilities. Hand sanitizer stations have been added in some areas, and signage has been posted throughout county buildings encouraging regular hand washing, good cough and sneeze etiquette, and other recommended hygiene practices to limit the spread of viruses.

The Southern Nevada Health District's website, www.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org/coronavirus, is a recommended local resource for staying informed of the evolving coronavirus situation. Residents also can call the Health District's Information Phone Line: (702) 759-INFO (4636), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. 

State of Nevada COVID-19 website page: http://dpbh.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/dpbhnvgov/content/Programs/OPHIE/dta/Hot_Topics/COVID-19_FAQ.pdf

To contact Clark County Parks and Recreation please e-mail CCParks@ClarkCountyNV.gov.

 

  Field Trip opportunitiesClark County Museum
1830 S. Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV 89002-8502 - MAP
(702) 455-7955 - CCParks@Clarkcountynv.gov


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Center Hours:
Open Daily 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
CLOSED Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day

General Admission: adults $2.00, seniors and children $1.
Group Tours, please call for reservations and special rates.
Museum memberships are also available.

 

exhibitLines Across the Land - Historic Maps of Southern Nevada Exhibit
Exhibit opens Friday, March 27 & runs through August 30, 2020

Exhibit opening on Friday, March 27, 2020 5pm-7:30pm

This exhibit displays historic and contemporary maps selected from the Museum collections to look at southern Nevada, its connections in physical space, and its sense of place and shared community. The exhibit features the map that put Las Vegas on the map, John C. Fremont and Charles Preuss 1865 Map of an Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains.

The exhibit looks at Nevada's changing boundaries over time, from territory to state, through a migrating eastern boundary line and the addition of its southern tip, the creation of Clark County and the growth in southern Nevada's communities over time and space. The exhibit will touch on how maps are designed and used to communicate information, and how the scale of a map determines what information is included and what is left out.

 

The October 1st Collection

Did you leave items at the 1 October memorials at the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign or the median strip of Las Vegas Boulevard at Reno Avenue? Clark County Museum wants to hear from you. We would like to collect the stories behind the memorial items so that we can record and preserve the community's reaction to this tragic event. Please follow this link to share your story: https://goo.gl/forms/7U3PQAJMQIycSAVF2

The October 1st collection at the Clark County museum is made up of tens of thousands of artifacts that help to tell the story of how the community reacted to the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The artifacts will be cataloged to record information such as physical descriptions, dimensions, and conditions. Each artifact will also be photographed or scanned for identification purposes. As museum staff and volunteers process these artifacts, you will be able to follow our progress by viewing identification photographs here.


Heritage Street

The Clark County Museum is a function of Clark County Parks and Recreation, which is accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies.  The 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.

Click on images below for more information.

 

 

 

 

Goumond House 

Donald Reynolds Printshop 

Mobile America 

Beckley House

 

 

 

 

 Giles/Barcus House 

Babcock and
Wilcox House
Townsite House

 Esslinger Barn

 

 

 

Boulder City Depot 

Candlelight Wedding Chapel 

Ghost Town and
Mining Trail

Museum Entrance 

 

Click here to view a map that will take you to the Museum's points of interest.  Then click on each picture above to view more information.  Points of interest include, Heritage Street which is a unique collection of historic homes, restored to recreate the lifestyles of important periods in local history.  Revisit the news at a replicated 1900s newspaper print shops.  Railroad buffs will enjoy touring the 1932 Boulder City Depot and see a real 1918 Union Pacific steam engine and walk through an old-time Crummy, (railroad talk for caboose).  Enter a mining exhibit filled with mineral specimens, wander though a resurrected ghost town and a half-mile nature trail... visit a pueblo of the ancient ones.  No matter what your age, the Clark County Museum is a place where you can explore the rich and colorful history of Southern Nevada.

The Anna Robert Parks Exhibit Hall takes the museum visitors through a historical journey from the Ice Age to Age of Entertainment.  The timeline chronicles the history and culture of the ancient Pueblo and more recent Paiute, the first Anglo pioneers and their daily lives, early town-sites and land auction camps, mining technology and the gaming and entertainment heritage of Las Vegas.  The Heritage Gallery changing exhibits feature art and artifacts in their historical context.  Heritage Street homes offer doorways into past decades, from the 1910s to the 1970s.  The Boulder City depot and collection of railroad cars recall the railroad heritage of southern Nevada, while the arrested decay along the Ghost Town and Mining Trail offers a perspective on life in the hot and arid Southwest environment.

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