Las Vegas and Henderson County Real Estate News

June 15, 2016

Las Vegas Home Owners Visit the Natural History Museum

Visit the museum near your Las Vegas home.Families searching for Las Vegas real estate should take a break at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum. On the other end of the spectrum from the lights and excitement of the Strip, the museum offers visitors to the city and those who call Las Vegas home many fascinating exhibits and lots of great special events. Be sure to visit over the summer to see the current special exhibit on ancient Rome. It will be at the museum through September 11th. The exhibit focuses inventions of the Romans, including the book, water pumps, paved roads, and other innovations that continue to be in use today.

See Egypt Without Leaving Las Vegas Real Estate

The museum also has several great permanent exhibits. You don’t have to go to Egypt to see King Tut’s tomb. See an amazing replica of the entrance to the tomb, as well as some of the most important artifacts. Closer to home, check out the E.L. Wiegand Foundation Wild Nevada Gallery. Get to know the plants and animals that call Las Vegas home. You can also see the prehistoric creatures whose bones have been found in the Nevada desert. There are also hands-on exhibits for kids so they can learn more about natural science.

The museum is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission for adults is $10, $8 for seniors and military, $5 for kids three to 11, and free for children two and under. Learn more about the Las Vegas Natural History Museum and find out about the current and upcoming exhibits. 


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June 14, 2016

Play Golf on Elegant Las Vegas Real Estate

Play golf on Las Vegas real estate.Las Vegas real estate owners who play golf should check out Desert Pines Golf Club. A true oasis in the desert, the course brings to mind the wooded courses in the Carolinas. Since its opening in 1996, the course has won numerous accolades from golf publications, including a three and a half star rating from Golf Digest from 2011 to 2014. In addition to the stunning golf course, golfers can practice on a two-tier, climate-controlled indoor driving range or the putting green. The club also offers instruction to adults and kids.

Players From Las Vegas Homes Enjoy a Meal After a Game

After a game, grab a shower in one of the full-service locker rooms, then head to the clubhouse to refuel. Duffers Bar and Grill is a local favorite, offering everything from juicy burgers to green salads to filling dinners. The restaurant is open every day from sunrise to 2 p.m. The bar offers a wide selection of beers, wine, and signature cocktails. Stop in anytime from sunrise until the course closes, enjoy a drink, and soak in the view of this exceptional Las Vegas real estate.

Players living in Las Vegas homes can take advantage of a great discount program by purchasing an Acris Players Card. The card offers many benefits, including a free round of golf at each Acris golf course, preferred rates, advance reservations, and more. Find out more about the Acris card, take a virtual tour of the course, and book a tee time at Desert Pines Golf Club.


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June 13, 2016

Explore Wild Las Vegas Property at the Wetlands Park

See water birds on Las Vegas property.Come visit a unique Las Vegas property and enjoy a break from the hustle of daily life at the Clark County Wetlands Park. The park is open daily, from dawn to dusk, and there is no admission fee. People living in Las Vegas homes are invited to come and learn about the many plants and animals that live in this habitat. There are many trails through the park, perfect for a walk or a jog or even a bike ride. On the trails, keep your eyes peeled for turtles, water birds, rabbits, and even a beaver home. Each trail is a short loop, and even the youngest visitor can enjoy the hike. Guided walks are available throughout the summer, with both morning and evening walks.

Everyone Living in Las Vegas Homes Can Enjoy Nature Events

Las Vegas property owners can take advantage of many educational and recreational programs at the park. In addition to the guided walks, there are art classes, including watercolor painting and making paper snowflakes. Families can come on most weekends and get an in-depth look at a particular animal, explore hands-on science demonstrations, or hear nature stories. The Wetlands Nature Center and Exhibit Hall also offer many interesting and interactive exhibits. It’s open everyday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Start with the orientation film in the auditorium, then take in the exhibits and look for wetlands creatures on the viewing decks. Find out more about Clark County Wetlands Park and see a current schedule of events. 


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