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The Clark County Museum, a function of Clark County Parks and Recreation, sits on 30 acres of property allowing it to house a modern exhibit hall as well as several restored historic buildings that allow visitors to picture the lifestyle during the different decades in Las Vegas, Goldfield, Henderson, and Boulder City.

Along Heritage Street, visitors will get to view a unique line up of historic homes that were restored to depict and reflect the important decades and periods concerning the local history. Other interesting features include the 1900 newspaper print shops, the 1932 Boulder City Depot, and the 1918 Union Pacific steam engine.

Visitors can also walk through the Anna Roberts Parks Exhibit to journey the different points in the history?s timeline, from the ice down to the age of entertainment. The venue also houses its own gift shop allowing guests to purchase unique items that are reminiscent of the historical journey. The site is also perfect and available for special events.
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