July 3, 2009, Newsletter Issue #217: Las Vegas Natural History Museum

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If you'd like to know more about Las Vegas' past, the Natural History Museum is for you. The Museum offers displays on the natural history of the area, including Native Americans, wildlife, and much more. There are even exhibits on dinosaurs, African wildlife, marine life, and hands-on exhibits where the kids can learn more about science and wildlife. Kids can also dig for fossils in the hands-on Young Scientists Center. Top it off with an outdoor area where many of the local residents, such as lizards, snakes, scorpions, and other wildlife can be seen, and the whole family will love it! Admission: $6.00 Adults * $5.00 Seniors, military, and students * $3.00 Children ages 3-11 * FREE Children 2 and under, members * Open daily 9:00am - 4:00pm.

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