Hoover Dam Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s at a cost of $160 million. The dam, located 40 miles southeast of Las Vegas on U.S. 93, turned the raging waters of the Colorado River into the still waters of Lake Mead. Government guides conduct various tours year-round.
Las Vegas Natural History Museum Explore different environments of darkness and the unique life forms that inhabit them through a combination of hands-on and whole-body interactives, walk-through dioramas, and specimens.
Guggenheim Hermitage Museum The state-of-the-art gallery space for the new Guggenheim Hermitage Museum is within the elaborate structure of Las Vegas's Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino. This enclosed exhibition space houses masterworks from the Guggenheim and Hermitage museums in a unique setting.
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