The Clark County Heritage Museum is located on Boulder Highway in Henderson. The museum consists an outdoor area with historic homes, a "ghost town" and old trains and an indoor exhibit showcasing a physical timeline of Nevada from ancient times to present. Also, You will be able to explore five fully furnished houses ranging from the early 1900s to the 1950s. The shop includes gigantic machines, including a national paper-cutter, also known as the "guillotine cutter." You'll also see a fully furnished trailer home, trains and historic vehicles. If it's not too hot, you can take the Mojave Desert Trail, which includes a ghost town with a blacksmith shop and a jailhouse. The museum is like a history book coming to life. Instead of reading and flipping through multiple pages, you'll enjoy choosing the exhibits you want to explore.
As you walk further through the museum, you will see exhibits from ancient Native American times to mining and pioneer days. The final exhibit in the museum showcases tons of trivia on Las Vegas, including resorts that made history, like the Stardust, the Sands, and the Dunes. There's even an outdoor patio featuring benches and a fountain for a peaceful place to relax. Check out some of local history and visit this museum.