Discover Las Vegas

Discover Las Vegas
Discover Las Vegas

Discover Summerlin

Summerlin is a master-planned neighborhood that was given its name in honor of Jean Amelia Summerlin, who was Howard Hughes' maternal grandmother. In close proximity to outdoor activities such as hiking and parks, you'll also discover the Las Vegas BallparkĀ®, which is the home field of the Las Vegas AviatorsĀ®, the city's professional Triple-A baseball team. a member of the Pacific Coast League and an affiliate of the Oakland Athletics in the sport of baseball. Make it a point to stop by the Summerlin Library and Performing Arts Center as well as the Reynolds Cultural Center, which is where you'll find the Nevada Ballet Theatre. The Warsaw Ghetto Remembrance Garden at Temple Beth Sholom is another fantastic place to visit. This garden is dedicated to the people who lived in the infamous World War II enclave, and it houses the largest collection of stones in the United States that were formerly used to pave the streets of Poland's Warsaw district.

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Discover the North / Northwest

Views of the mountains and the valley may be seen from the North/Northwest, a sprawling area that is constantly expanding. A short drive from the Strip, you'll still be able to shop and dine at local establishments while still enjoying a suburban vibe. Gilcrease Orchard offers a variety of family-friendly activities, including roaming around the pumpkin patch and tent camping on Mount Charleston.

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Discover Henderson

The Basic Magnesium Plant, which produced a chemical that was referred to as the "wonder metal" of World War II, was the impetus behind the establishment of the township of Henderson in the 1940s, while the conflict was in full swing. In addition to being home to the Raiders' training facility and offering a wide variety of retail, entertainment, and dining options, as well as championship golf courses, Lake Mead is only a short drive away, making it an ideal destination for weekend activities. Also, don't forget to take a journey down to the historic Water Street District, which is a main street full of culture, commerce, and genuine small-town sensibility, or drive on over to the gorgeous Boulder City. Both of these places are worth visiting.

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