Dipped in the rich history of Southern Nevada, the Clark County Heritage Museum showcases mining artifacts, historical buildings and much more within its 30 acres of area. The museum comprises of the two sections namely Heritage Street and Anna Roberts Parks Exhibit Hall where you will learn about the Native Americans like the Paiute people, the influence of railroads, mining and gaming in the lives of the local people and so on. The Dewy Slot Machine dating back to 1898 is a head-turner. Some of the celebrated buildings of the Heritage Street of Clark County Heritage Museum are Goumond House (1935), Henderson B.M.I. townsite house (1641-44), Babcock and Wilcox House (1930) and Townsite House (1940) while the restored transportation depots include Boulder City train depot, Gourmond House, Studebaker Lark and Plymouth Coupe.
How to Reach Clark County Heritage Museum
- Bus HDX to stop : Boulder @ Museum (N)
- Bus HDX to stop : Boulder @ Museum (S)
- Bus HDX to stop : Boulder @ Equestrian (S)
- Bus HDX to stop : Boulder @ Equestrian (N)