Springs Preserve

(702) 822-7700 | View Website

333 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions   89107

36.168101 -115.192230

Open Hours

Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, except for Thanksgiving and Christmas days

Botanical Gardens, Museums, Historical Sites  more

More Categories: Attractions

Lawn & Garden Services: Lawn Maintenance

Neighborhoods: Rancho Oakey, Las Vegas

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Springs Preserve

Reviews for Springs Preserve

Springs Preserve

I'm a sucker for a botanical garden, and this 180-acre garden, museum and gallery is a beautiful respite from the normal Las Vegas tomfoolery. Check out the special exhibits, take a hike, rent a bike, or attend one of the live shows or events. You'll leave feeling refreshed, for the price of just one cocktail on the Strip.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Prices to high for room rentals – once entering into the Spring Preserve there is a sign that states parking for bridal party but nothing for other parking on the left side.

When entereing into Wolfgang Pucks you have to take an elevator to the second floor which is nice but if you are renting a room else where on the property they are very hard to access and have to either take stairs and walk a long distance.

Price for rental of rooms is way to high.

Not a good place to hold an event. Rooms are not easy to access with in walking distance.

Have heard the place isn't doing well and might be closing.

Needs to have an over haul on how things are run.

over a year ago

Loved Wolfgang Puck Cafe! – Went to Springs Preserve on a field trip with my son. Had a good time then went to eat @ Wolfgang Puck Cafe. It was on a hot day in May and we had the restaurant nearly to ourselves which was nice. Burgers are fantastic, the best I've had in Vegas and I've been coming here since 1990. I highly recommend it.

over a year ago

Interpretive trails, historic museums, amphitheater and outdoor laboratory make for an educational experience for entire family. – In Short
The 180-acre Preserve is home to hundreds of native plant, bird and animal species, but more than that it's an educational and recreational gathering spot. Visitors can learn how Native Americans, early settlers and Mormon missionaries relied on the Springs to survive. The Preserve contains a botanical garden, more than 1.8 miles of interpretive trails, museums and a 1,800 seat outdoor amphitheater where every seat is within 130 feet of the stage.


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