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Things to do in Las Vegas with kids, a map inspired by the adventures of Indiana Jones. Create your family adventure with this map of things to do in Las Vegas and Henderson. 

Will you learn about atomic bombs, solve a dinosaur mystery, go on an adventure as a raindrop, navigate a labyrinth, catch a fish, set sail as a pirate, watch Las Vegas history light up, witness a volcano erupt, kayak into a cave of emerald green water, or watch mermaids swim? These are many of things to do in Las Vegas with kids on our adventure map. Choose your adventure and set out to explore, finding memories that will last a lifetime.

Things to do in Las Vegas with Kids

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny open in theaters June 30, 2023. 

The fifth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise will (sadly) be Harrison Ford’s last appearance in the movies series. In Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, the daredevil archaeologist, Indiana Jones, races against time to retrieve a legendary dial that can change the course of history. Along with his goddaughter, he soon finds himself squaring off against Jürgen Voller, a former Nazi who works for NASA.

After years of anticipation, Walt Disney Studios and Lucasfilm is bringing another Indiana Jones adventure to the big screen. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will arrive in theaters on June 30, 2023, with Harrison Ford reprising his iconic role as our favorite onscreen archaeologist. In the spirit and adventure of Indy, we are excited to bring you an inspired adventure map of Las Vegas and Henderson!. Choose your adventure and find treasures all over the valley. Hat, jacket, and bullwhip not included.  

Indiana Jones’ adventures include a quest to find a biblical artifact, preventing a cult from using dark practices, embarking on a journey to find the Holy Grail, and searching for a crystal skull. Harnessing Indy’s power of adventure and discovery, we’ve created the ultimate guide to adventures for your family without the perilous adversaries or Indy’s biggest fear, snakes. 

Where will  your Las Vegas Adventure begin?

CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE MAP

Click on the map to print or screen shot to your phone and choose our adventure this summer. 

CHOOSE  YOUR ADVENTURE MAP KEY

Find the address to every adventure on the map and start your trip to family fun in Las Vegas.

Things to do in Las Vegas: A Map of Family Fun

Click to Choose Your Adventures

Mt. Charleston

About 45 minutes from Las Vegas, Mt. Charleston is the perfect summer escape. With temperatures 20 – 25 degrees cooler than Las Vegas and Henderson, the mountain is perfect for a hike or day camping, you can even tent camp. Lee Canyon is open for summer with activities including disc golf, archery, ski lift rides, and more!

Gilcrease Orchard

If you’re looking for local produce, you won’t find it much fresher than at Gilcrease Orchard. Open in the summer on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from xxx, the orchard has a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables available for you to pick. There is no admission to Gilcrease Orchard, but remember to bring bags, wear lots of sunscreen, drink lots of water, and leave your dogs at home.

 Aliante Nature Discovery Park

This fun dinosaur-themed park in North Las Vegas has a splash pad, digging area, pond with waterfall, and lots of grassy area with shade. Aliante Library also hosts a story walk that starts near the playground and winds around the pond. Stories change regularly, if you want to know the current story, call Aliante Library at

Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs

This may be the perfect park in Las Vegas for a picnic. Multiple ponds, plenty of shade, wide open spaces, and covered picnic tables make Floyd Lamb Park an oasis in the desert. The park is a popular fishing spot, so grab your Nevada Fishing Licensed, polls, and bait and head out there for a fun day in nature, even in the summer. Floyd Lamb Park also offers mountain bike and BMX trails, historic buildings, and plenty of peacock sightings.
Remember, DO NOT FEED THE WILDLIFE (ducks included)

Park admission: $6 per vehicle

Household Yearly Pass is $50

Park Hours:
April–September: 8am – 8pm
October–March: 8am – 5p

Free Youth Fishing License

The Nevada Youth License Fund is a donation-driven account funded by members of the public for the purpose of sponsoring youth combination licenses. Money donated to this fund is currently being used to cover the cost of youth combination licenses for kids ages 12-17 to the extent that funds are available. If you have questions or would like to learn more about the fund please visit – https://www.ndow.org/blog/nevada-youth-license-fund/

Free youth fishing licenses are available based on funding. 

The junior fishing license is for youth ages 12 – 17 years. Youth must have their own email in order to register. 

Trigono Hills Park

Trigono is the Greek word for triangle, the shape of this park. A favorite in Northwest Las Vegas, this park opened days before the world shut down in 2020.

Just off the 215 and Cheynne exit, Trigono Hills park features open grass area, a shaded playground for the littles, a kinetic play zone (not the sand) for kids ages 5 years to 12 years, lighted walking paths, a beautiful interpretive garden, and more. One of many of the unique features of Trigono Hills is the giant red and black spider that is part of the splash pad. The playground offers unique climbing opportunities and slides.

Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix

This long time Las Vegas attraction lets you choose your own adventures with go carts, amusement rides, a giant slide, and an arcade.  The four go kart tracks, 3 amusement rides, and giant slide are sure to help make memories this summer. This attraction is one of the most fun things to do in Las Vegas with kids. 

Aloha Shores Park Roller Hockey Rink

This City of Las Vegas Park, close to the 95 and Cheyenne exit features a roller hockey rink, bocce ball, and horseshoe courts (bring your own equipment), a walking trail, volleyball courts, and tennis courts. There is no splash pad, but you will find a playground, picnic areas, barbeque grills, and plenty of open space.

Grab your hockey sticks and roller skates and head over to Aloha Shores Park. When you’re done at the park, cool off at Rainbow Library and find your next favorite book. Treat yourself to a slushie at Sonic, just around the corner.

The Labyrinth at Charlie Frias Park

Charlie Frias Park has a unique feature, a labyrinth, just behind the tennis courts. Once you have walked through the labyrinth you can enjoy the splash pad, playground, dog park, and amazing mountain views. Charlie Frias Park also features multi-use sports fields and is a perfect spot for watching fireworks in Las Vegas.

This labyrinth is a hidden gem and a perfect thing to do in Las Vegas with kids as it challenges their minds and bodies. Once you’re done exploring the labyrinth the park offers so many more opportunities for exploration and open play. 

Divine 9 at Angel Park Golf Club

The world’s premier putting course is just around the corner. The unique and fun layout of the Divine 9 is fun for the entire family with water hazards, real grass putting surfaces, and creative landscaping. Even better, the Divine 9 and Cloud 9 are both lighted at night, for even cooler play in the summer.  

Cost:

17 and under or age 65 and over: $4.
Adults: $5.
Includes putter rental, 2 golf balls, and you may go around twice to complete 18 holes.

Cloud 9 starts at $15 per person, tee times are from 6am – 8pm.

This hidden gem in Las Vegas is a perfect to add to your list of things to do in Las Vegas with kids. 

IKEA: Kids Eat Free on Wednesday

Wandering through IKEA on a hot summer day is a good way to beat the heat. On Wednesdays IKEA offers Kids Eat Free for IKEA Family Members, plus free crafts (register in advance).

Kids Eat Free is a maximum of 2 kids meals per adult meal.

Western Trails Park

This western-themed park, often called Wagon Wheel Park, has a small, covered playground and unique grounds to explore. There’s a lot of shade trees, walking trails, and fun photo opportunities. One of the best kept secrets in Las Vegas, Western Trails Park also features a fire pit in the middle of the picnic area.

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Mermaid Swims at the Silverton Casino

One of  the most popular things to do with kids in Las Vegas is the Silverton Aquarium. The aquarium houses thousands of tropical fish, 117,000 gallons of water, and has been named the Best Free Attraction in Las Vegas. Open all day, every day, the aquarium sits near the entrance of Bass Pro Shops inside the Silverton Casino & Resort. The aquarium offers stingray feeding and mermaid swims daily:

Interactive Stingray Feedings: daily at 130pm and 430pm

Mermaid Swims:

Thursday – Saturday | 1pm – 115pm | 2pm – 315pm | 5pm – 815pm

Sunday | 1030am – 1245pm| 2pm – 315pm | 5pm – 645pm

Volcano at the Mirage

An iconic part of the Las Vegas Strip is the volcano at the Mirage. As the hotel undergoes a complete rebrand, the volcanos days are limited. Don’t miss the experience before it’s gone.

The Volcano fires on the hour at 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm and 11pm.

Directions to the Mirage volcano: From self-park, enter the casino and turn left past the front desk. Walk outside the main entrance of the Mirage, toward Las Vegas Blvd and the volcano will be on your right.  

Parking: Nevada residents receive the first 3 hours of self-park at no charge, except during special events. A Nevada license is required for free parking.

The volcano at the mirage has always been of the best free things to do in Las Vegas. 

 Spring Mountain Ranch State Park

Located between the beautiful town of Blue Diamond and Red Canyon, Spring Mountain Ranch is a few degrees cooler than Las Vegas in the summer. The state park offers summer programs for kids, a large meadow perfect for picnics and open play, walking trails, picnic tables and grills. Take a self-guided tour of the ranch house and wander around some of the oldest buildings in Nevada including an 1860s blacksmith shop and the Sandstone Cabin.

You can find a herd of burros wandering near dawn and dusk and an amazing outdoor theater during the summer.

Entrance fees: $10 for NV vehicles, $15 for out-of-state vehicles
Local libraries have state park passes that can be checked out for free admission.

Springs Preserve

This amazing 180-acre preserve is tucked right into the city. Known as the birthplace of Las Vegas, Springs Preserve show cases the past and the future of our city and its efforts toward sustainability.

In addition to the lush trails lined with native plants, Springs Preserve offers programs and exhibits the entire family will enjoy. The property features both the Orijen Museum and Nevada State Museum along with alternating exhibits.

Kids can trade in their fun finds at the Nature Exchange, crack a geode, play on the playground and splash pad (seasonal), ride a train to Boomtown 1905, or visit for story times on Monday, Thursday, and Friday. Wander the trails, peek at native wildlife, and learn about conservation all at Springs Preserve. Don’t forget to grab lunch at Springs Café while you’re there.

Tickets for admission must be reserved online.

Admission for Nevada residents: $9.95 adults, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)
Family memberships start at $60 annually.

Hours: Thursday – Monday, 9am – 4pm

Toddler Story Time: Monday, Thursday, and Friday at 11am

Fun Fact: Springs Preserve was the original source of water for the Native Americans thousands of years ago.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

One of the most underrated adventures in Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum will take you from the African Savanna to Ancient Egypt and then back to the Jurassic Period in one trip.

The museum also features exhibits on Nevada wildlife, marine life (including shark feedings), geology, plus prehistoric mammals, and a Cretaceous Science Investigation Experience. The Las Vegas Natural History Museum has a covered park just beyond the parking lot and a monthly calendar of events including story times.

Water’s Extreme Journey is open until August 27, 2023
This traveling exhibit features an interactive maze that takes you on adventure as a raindrop’s journey to stay clean through mountains, streams, and even your own backyard.  

Admission: Adults $12 and children ages 3 -11 years $6
Student, Senior, and Military admission is $10

Neon Museum

The Neon Boneyard is a 2-acre space that has preserved Las Vegas history through lights. More than 250 original and unrestored neon signs are illuminated nightly along with a constantly growing collection of restored signs. These unique treasures showcase the city’s past in the most brilliant way possible.

Tickets should be purchased in advance. Tickets do sell out nightly.

Experiences at The Neon Museum include:

Double the Glow: The best experience available, Double the Glow combines both a guided tour of the Neon Boneyard with the 45-minute Brilliant! show.  

Guided Tours of the Neon Boneyard: This 45-minute guided tour with a museum interpreter take you through the boneyard and more than 250 unrestored and restored signs. Guided tours are after dark.

Brilliant! Jackpot: This magical experience is a must for everyone. Expertly choreographed lights and sound take you back to the best of Las Vegas history.  This experience does not include admission to the Neon Boneyard.

STEAM Saturdays: This monthly event offers demonstrations, make-and-take activities, and hands-on learning for children and families.

Cost: $5 for attendees ages 7 and up, ages 6 and under are free.
Advance registration is recommended.

General (daytime) admission is not offered during the summer.

The Neon Museum is open 4pm – 12m May 1 through August 31.

Watch all four Indiana Jones movies!

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny opens in theaters on June 30, but you can catch up or rewatch the first four movies on Paramount+ or Amazon Prime. You can watch the movies in chronological order or by release date. 

Release Dates: 

1981: Raiders of the Lost Ark 
1984: Temple of Doom
1989: The Las Crusade
2008: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 

Chronological Order: 

The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (TV Show, 1992 – 1996)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)

National Atomic Testing Museum

The National Atomic Testing Museum tells the story of America’s nuclear weapons testing program at the Nevada Test Site (aka Area 51). The Atomic Museum showcases what has been learned in the past to better understand nuclear testing on worldwide nuclear deterrence and geo-political history. The Atomic Museum showcases a collection of exhibits and learning activities.

The Atomic Museum is the only place in the world where you can see a large nuclear reactor that was used in the development of the nuclear rocket and the first air-to-air missile, Genie. You will also see personal atomic weapons that were developed to use in place of conventional weapons such as the Backpack Nuke and the Davy Crockett Weapon System.

The National Atomic Testing Museum highlights 70 years of nuclear testing. Learn about the end of the Cold War through a piece of the Berlin Wall, and see pieces of the World Trade Center, marking the beginning of the War on Terrorism. 

Current Exhibits include: 

SPY: “SPY” spotlights how the NSA’s gathering of telemetry intelligence, which is used to obtain data on the internal functioning of missiles and space vehicles being tested by foreign governments, allowed the United States to keep pace with ever-changing technology.

Pop Culture: Enjoy our wide variety of pop culture artifacts that showcase the early popularity of the atomic bomb and its impact on everything from television shows to comic books and toys.

Davy Crockett: See lesser-known nuclear weapons that the U.S. developed, such as the Davy Crockett XM-388 projectile, the B54 backpack bomb, and the AIR-2 Genie air-to-air rocket.

Diagnostic Rack: Gaze up at the towering model of a diagnostic rack in our underground testing gallery. These racks would have held nuclear weapons and other equipment in place in massive holes as deep as 2000 feet.

Atomic Museum Hours: 
Open 7 days a week, 9am – 7pm
(effective through September 15, 2023)

All tours are self-guided. Allows 2 hours to completely enjoy the experience. 

Admission: 
Nevada Residents: $25
Children ages 7 years – 11 years: $16
Children under age 6 are free.

 

Nevada Department of Wildlife Grab and Go Kits

Did you know the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) offers Grab and Go kits. Each month has a new kit to do with you child. 

Head to your local NDOW office and ask for a kit at the front desk. Supplies are limited and available on a first come, first served basis. 

You can pick up kits in Southern Nevada at 3373 Pepper Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89120.

Questions? Call  (702) 486-5127

The office is open Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm

Pinball Hall of Fame

Just across from the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, the Pinball Hall of Fame opened its brand new, stand-alone, 25,000-square-foot facility in 2021.

The Pinball Hall of Fame is the world’s largest pinball machine collection on display and open to the public.

Tim Arnold owns this collection of games dating back to the 1950s. The Pinball Hall of Fame isn’t an arcade, but a unique display of history through pinball machines. 

This family-friendly venue is an inexpensive experience with games costings 25 cents to 50 cents. All of the pinball machines are restored to playing condition by pinball enthusiasts.

Hours:
Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 9pm, except Friday & Saturday: 10am- 10pm.

Admission is FREE.
Games cost 25 cents to 50 cents each play. Bring change! The change machine takes $1, $5, and $20 bills.

Find a complete list of games HERE.

 

 Duck Creek Park

Located near Silverado Ranch, in Southeast Las Vegas, Duck Creek Park is popular for families with small children thanks to the fenced playground. The park also features a skate park, bocce ball, tennis courts, covered picnic tables, and an open splash pad surrounded by grassy areas. 

 Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

The iconic sign is 25 feet wide and has welcomed visitors to Las Vegas since 1959. In May of 2009, the sign was added the the National Register of Historic Places. 

To get the best photos and have the most time, go early, like 6am – 7am. After the that the line gets long and it’s hot. You can drive, Uber, or for extra adventure take the Deuce to the sign for your family photos. 

 Robert E. (Bob) Price Park

Bob Price Park is a large family park in Sunrise Manor. The playground is completely shaded, including the swings and picnic areas. A large splash pad with climbing rocks is another unique feature of this park that also features basketball and pickleball courts.

 Lorenzi Park

Did you know Lorenzi Park is listed on the city’s Historic Property Register as a historic district and on the Nevada State Register of Historic Places.

Lorenzi Pond has been used for urban fishing in Las Vegas since the 1980s and was updated in 2013.  A license is required to fish. Find updates on the pond’s stocking HERE.

Families can enjoy a covered play area, several sides, a large splash pad, walking trails, and seasonal events at the Sammy Davis Jr Event Plaza.

A popular park near Downtown Las Vegas, Lorenzi is more than just splay structures and a splash pad, the space holds so much Nevada history. 

A little history about a big Las Vegas park

The original 80-acres of land was purchased by David G. Lorenzi in 1912. Just a couple miles from the original Las Vegas townsite, Lorenzi’s Lake Park opened in 1926 with a pool, dance pavilion, lakes, and orchards. 

In 1940, Lorenzi’s Lake Park became Twin Lakes Lodge, a getaway with 48-room motel. The resort was popular for hosting scientists (and their families) working at the Nevada Test Site.

The remaining motel buildings and the continued fishing in the two lakes create an important glimpse into Las Vegas’ past.

Interpretive markers are installed throughout the park for visitors to learn more about the history. 

 Discovery Children’s Museum

Discovery Children’s Museum is offering a Summer Pass for 2023. DETAILS HERE. 

Discovery offers 3 floors of exhibits and fun including The Summit, a 70 foot tower with 12 levels of exploration. 

You’ll also find Fantasy Festival, Eco City, Patents Pending,  Toddler Town, Water World, and Young at Art. 

Discovery Children’s Museum offers daily and weekly themed discoveries for children of all ages. 

Admission: 
Nevada Residents with a Nevada ID: $13.50
Children age 1 year and older require admission.

Museums for all is $3. See details on their website. 

Parking is FREE for museum visitors in the parking deck located at 388 Promenade Place (off of Robin Leach Lane).
Look at the parking map.

Hours: 
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
The museum is only on Mondays for the summer and specific holiday. Summer hours end August 1, 2023.

Sunday: 12n – 5pm

 Ethel M Cactus Garden

VISIT THE LARGEST BOTANICAL CACTUS GARDEN IN NEVADA!

Ethel M Chocolates’ breathtaking Botanical Cactus Garden is Nevada’s largest and one of the world’s most prolific collections of its kind. The Cactus Garden features three acres of drought-tolerant ornamental, cacti, and other succulents.

More than 300 species of plants can be found on the grounds of the Ethel M Cactus Garden. 

Visit Ethel M Chocolates at the factory location in Henderson.

Take a leisurely stroll through the cactus garden, view the botanical desert terrain, enjoy the self-guided chocolate viewing aisle, and see how the best chocolates we know are made.

FREE: Self-guided tours and Cactus Garden are free and open year-round! 

The gardens are beautiful but don’t forget the sweetest part of the trip, touring the Chocolate Factory where the magic happens. You might just get a sample of chocolate.

The store has a selection of chocolate gifts to take home, such as premium chocolate gift boxes, or create your own custom box of chocolates.

Hours: 10am – 6pm
The factory and cactus garden are open daily

Hoover Dam

A modern engineering marvel just 30 minutes from Las Vegas, the Hoover Dam should be on everyone’s Las Vegas bucket list. The Hoover Dam sits on the state line of Nevada and Arizona, giving you the opportunity to be in two states at once (and a good photo opp too). 

Visiting the Hoover Dam is FREE. Entrance to the visitors center and tours start at $10. 

Tips for visiting the Hoover Dam: 

  • Brings lots of water. 
  • Prepare for lots of walking. 
  • Plan a stop at the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge. The bridge spans the gorge and offers amazing photo opportunities the dam and the mountains that surround it. 
  • Look around for wildlife. 
  • Bring sunscreen and wear it. 
  • Bring plenty of snacks, all the walking will build up an appetite. 
  • Be prepared to go through security check points. 

Open to the public daily from 5am – 9pm (PST)

Hoover Dam Visitor Center and Tours:
Open daily 9am – 5pm (except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day). Doors close at 415pm and the last tour is at 345pm.

Parking Garage:  Parking is $10. The garage is open 8am – 515pm. 

Due to scheduled maintenance, Memorial Bridge pedestrian walkway, plaza, and parking lot will be closed with no access July 17th through 21st. Anticipated full access will re-open on July 22.

The America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass are not accepted for Visitor Center or guided tours. These passes are used for admission to parks and facilities that receive funds from the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act. Hoover Dam is self-funded and does not receive revenues through this Act.

Hoover Dam Fun Facts: 

Boulder City was built to house the 5,000 works who built the dam. Boulder City is its own adventure and definitely work a stop. You can eat at The Coffee Cup, Fox’s BBQ, or Chilly Jilly’s. The Nevada Southern Railway has a museum and working trains. 

Lake Mead is the nation’s largest reservoir covering 248 square miles. Lake Mead can hold more than 28 million acre-feet of water One acre-foot is about 325,000 gallons, we’ll leave you to do the math. 

The men working on the dam were paid 50 cents to $1.25 per hour. 

Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge is the second tallest bridge in America. 

Hoover Dam Rafting Tours

For the ultimate Hoover Dam experience book a family-friendly rafting tour with Lake Mead Mojave Adventures. The rafting trip will take you down the Colorado River and into the Black Canyon. There are two rafting options available Thursday – Sunday. 

This unique rafting experience is through calm water and suitable for all ages, infants to seniors. You get splashed, so be prepared for a little water while rafting. 

Life jackets are provided and required for children ages 12 years and younger. 

Lunch is provided and you can bring extra snacks.

WEAR SUNSCREEN you will be in direct sunlight for 3 hours or more depending on which trip you choose. 

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Emerald Cove (or Cave)

This beautiful cave in the Black Canyon has sparkling green water and is a must see. You can kayak or paddle board to this amazing part of the Colorado River beginning at Willow Beach. The trip from Willow Beach is about 2 miles each way, so prepare  your arms for some paddling. 

We recommend using Evolution Expeditions for a guided trip to Emerald Cave. Experience paddlers can do the trip alone, if prepared. 

Did you know Lake Mead is America’s first national recreation area?

Clark County Wetlands Park

Clark County Wetlands Park is more than 2,900 acres including a 210-acre Nature Preserve and five Trailheads.

The park has recreation, wildlife habitats, outdoor classrooms, and regular events for the entire family. 

Wetlands Park Trails Open Daily
Dawn to Dusk

Clark County Wetlands Park is free to visit.

Wetlands Nature Center
The indoor Nature Center is a must visit and a fun escape during the summer heat. The Nature Center features interactive galleries, a nature store, the lizard lounge, and a picnic room. If you exploring the Wetlands ask for a backpack to make the exploration extra fun for the kids. 

The Nature Center Hours: 
Tuesday – Sunday, 9am – 3pm

Seven Magic Mountains 

Internationally renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s Seven Magic Mountains is a large-scale site-specific public art installation located near Jean Dry Lake and Interstate 15, approximately ten miles south of Las Vegas, Nevada. Comprised of seven towers of colorful, stacked boulders standing more than thirty feet high, Seven Magic Mountains is situated within the Ivanpah Valley adjacent to Sheep Mountain and the McCullough, Bird Spring, and Goodsprings ranges of mountains. A creative expression of human presence in the desert, Seven Magic Mountains punctuates the Mojave with a poetic burst of form and color.

Enjoy your visit. LEAVE NO TRACE!

Directions: Follow I-15 S to Sloan Rd (exit 25). Turn left (east) to Las Vegas Boulevard. Drive approximately 7 miles south on Las Vegas Blvd. and the artwork will appear on your left (east).

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO 

There is no admission fee to visit the installation. It is FREE and open to the public.

You will find interpretive signage at the installation, as well as a Guide-By-Cell offering in both English and Spanish for deeper engagement. Call 702.381.5182 and follow the prompts to learn about the artist, the artwork, and land art in Southern Nevada.

No restroom facilities or other amenities are offered at the artwork site. The nearest restrooms are approximately five miles from the artwork, at Jean. Alternatively, businesses at the intersection of St. Rose Parkway and Las Vegas Blvd. (approximately 10 miles north of the artwork) offer public restrooms.

Please bring plenty of water and other nourishment you may need during your visit to Seven Magic Mountains. Prepare properly for hot, dry conditions: Daytime high temperatures during the summer months average 104° F / 40° C and above. Wear sunscreen, a hat, and other protective clothing.

Be aware of weather conditions before visiting. Though the desert is dry, seasonal monsoons occur with little warning. Flash flood events are possible.

An unpaved walking path along a naturally occurring wash abuts the paved parking lot. Please use this path to walk to the sculptures.

Terrible’s Road House

While you’re on in Jean looking at Seven Magic Mountains, make a pit stop at the World’s Largest Chevron. The Road House features 96 fuel pumps, 60 clean restrooms, and more than 50,000 square feet of fun and snack in the convenience store. 

In addition to a White Castle you can also find 72 soda fountain heads, a 30-foot coffee bar, one of the largest beer caves in Nevada, full-size Monster Trucks, vintage vehicles like Herbie the Love Bug, and single-engined airplanes hanging from the ceiling. 

The sweet candy store has a wall of M&Ms and the biggest assortment of candy you will ever find. The candy bar also has a duplication of the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign for photos, and a couple of antique rides for the kids. 

While wandering through the mindblowing assortment of snacks (there is literally everything), you might just run into Sasquatch. 

Zion Tubing

Open daily 9am – 5pm for the summer!

You must be 8 years or older! Life jackets are required for children 12 years and younger according to Utah law. 

Take a 80 minute floating trip down the Virgin River on a tube! Prices start at $35 per person, tube included, footwear required. 

Float weight limit is 250lbs, but floats with a higher weight limit may be available. 

Location: 771 W Sr 9, Virgin, Utah 84779

The trip is about 2 hours from Las Vegas. Check out our glamping options near Zion National Park if you want to stay the night and visit Zion National Park too. 

 

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More things to do with kids in Las Vegas

  • Minus 5 Ice Experience
  • Highroller
  • Hemenway Park 
  • Take and Make kits from NDOW
  • Free library programs 
  • The Mob Museum 
  • Bellagio Conservatory 
  • Flamingo Habitat
  • Bellagio Fountains
  • Adam London Laughternoon 
  • Craig Ranch Regional Park 
  • Exploration Peak Park 
  • Fox Hill Park 
  • Madame Tussauds Wax Museum 
  • Railroad Tunnels Trail (not advised during the summer)
  • Valley of Fire (not advised in during the summer)
  • Red Rock Canyon (not advised during the summer)
  • Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort
  • Day Trip to Cathedral Gorge State Park 
  • Tonopah Mining Day Trip 
  • International Car Forest in Goldfield (day trip)
  • Rhyolite Ghost Town (day trip)
  • Keepers of the Wild (day trip)
  • Las Vegas Ice Center ice skating
  • Roller skating at Crystal Palace Rancho
  • Clark County Museum in Henderson
  • Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument

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