Springs Preserve

★★★★☆
  • 333 S Valley View Blvd

    Las Vegas, NV 89107

    Map & Directions
  • 702-822-7700

About Springs Preserve

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

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment
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This was such a fun place to go. I only wish we could of spent more time there. Lots of stuff to do and see. We also had lunch at the cafe there.

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★★★★☆

This was such a fun place to go. I only wish we could of spent more time there. Lots of stuff to do and see. We also had lunch at the cafe there.

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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.

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★★☆☆☆

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.

Pros: Clean

Cons: Hard to access

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This place is absolutely gorgeous! There was not one minute I was not entertained and the staff are very friendly. There is so much to see in so little time. For only $10.00 entry fee (NV residents), it is definitely worth spending a day there. Lot of animals and information of things we are surrounded by here in Las Vegas.

5
★★★★★

This place is absolutely gorgeous! There was not one minute I was not entertained and the staff are very friendly. There is so much to see in so little time. For only $10.00 entry fee (NV residents), it is definitely worth spending a day there. Lot of animals and information of things we are surrounded by here in Las Vegas.

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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.

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★★★★★

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.

Pros: All Organic All the time!

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Our family goes here at least twice a month. It is a great museum/natural history park. The price may seem a bit high, but the place is huge. You could easily spend all day there. They have a nice selection of animals, mostly desert creatures (lizards, foxes, turtles, etc.) and a really great flash-flood exhibit. They also have a bunch of playgrounds, hiking trails, and many other exhibits.

There is a Wolfgang Puck cafe there that is reasonably priced and has organic, made to order food.

I highly recommend it and our 3 year old bugs us every weekend to go there. If you are local and have kids, I would recommend the family pass that is around 80 bucks for the year. If you go twice, it will pay for itself.

5
★★★★★

Our family goes here at least twice a month. It is a great museum/natural history park. The price may seem a bit high, but the place is huge. You could easily spend all day there. They have a nice selection of animals, mostly desert creatures (lizards, foxes, turtles, etc.) and a really great flash-flood exhibit. They also have a bunch of playgrounds, hiking trails, and many other exhibits.

There is a Wolfgang Puck cafe there that is reasonably priced and has organic, made to order food.

I highly recommend it and our 3 year old bugs us every weekend to go there. If you are local and have kids, I would recommend the family pass that is around 80 bucks for the year. If you go twice, it will pay for itself.

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