Las Vegas Museum of Natural History is the smallest but most exquisite Museum I have ever seen. Museums not only stay in the display of objects, but also play a full role in sound, light, taste and other elements. The museum also has experimental areas to fully interact with tourists and arouse their curiosity and love for nature and history, as Mission said.
Here are two things I would like to mention: 1. First, you can visit their website - they are now on the Internet to buy a one-for-one discount activities. If you can, you can choose the day they feed the small sharks to visit. And please call to confirm the exact date - I remember it was Wednesday, starting at 2:30, but I don't remember the exact date. The exhibition area for feeding small sharks is neat and worth visiting - this visit to this exhibition area is also a highlight of our trip.
We have long known that this is a museum for children. Because of this, everything here has become more interesting, making me seem to be back to childhood. Only 16 years after its establishment, the first exhibition we saw was a house full of well-preserved and vivid wildlife. All the animal specimens were donated to the museum by a hunter named Brunel, who was very rich.
The location of the museum is a bit skewed. You have to put some effort into finding its exact location. But I can tell you with certainty that all the efforts are worth it. We chose the route up Las Vegas Avenue, but we took I-15 first and then I-515E to North Las Vegas Avenue much faster than we did.