Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Henderson, Nevada?
Henderson Can Keep Visitors Busy
Visitors will have plenty of historical places, shopping boutiques, and
areas for relaxation to visit when they stay in Henderson. One such place is
the Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve. At the preserve, visitors may catch a
glimpse of many of the 200 species of birds and waterfowl that migrate to
the 147 acre area. The preserve is made up of wetlands, basins, lagoons and
ponds many of the species make their home. Visitors to the Henderson Bird
Viewing Preserve have plenty of opportunity for bird viewing along the
numerous mapped trails that go to several observation stations. Along the
way, visitors will find benches and interpretive signs making the viewing
time even more pleasurable.
The Clarke County Museum, located at 1830 South Boulder Highway gives
visitors to Henderson a good understanding of the history of Clarke County.
Visitors will see an interesting collection of historic homes that have been
restored. These home help recreate the lifestyles of important periods in
the county history. Enjoy seeing a 1990s newspaper print shop and a 1932
Boulder City Depot with authentic rolling stock. Visitors will also get to
see a resurrected ghost town and Indian camp as well as the Pueblo style
Exhibit Center that houses a 10,000 year indoor exhibit timeline.
One of the most unique attractions to Henderson is the Acacia Demonstration
Gardens. The Gardens was created as a means of showing that water
conservation does not need to create brown, barren yards and landscapes.
Here visitors gain practical knowledge and creative ideas for water
conservation while using the beauty of the desert environment. Head over to
the Land of Legends Gallery on Water Street where you'll find a medieval
theme fine art gallery. Art by local artists is featured in the gallery.
Another Henderson interesting attraction is the Rocky Mountain Chocolate
Factory at MonteLago Village. What better way to spend part of day than to
take time out at a mouth watering chocolate factory that not only offers
homemade fudge and other chocolates, but also hand-dipped carmel apples and
The Art Emporium at 19 Water Street is a wonderful place for visitors to
find creative art and crafts. Walking through the Emporium, visitors will
find handmade crafts. woodworking arts, dolls, framed art, hand and machine
crafted items, and many more items to check out. If you want to enjoy more
shopping, head to the Galleria at Sunset where you'll have over 130 stores
to shop. When you're weary from shopping, grab a bite to eat at one of the
many establishments at the Galleria, and then sit down and relax while
enjoying the sights and sounds of the two level splashing fountains, the
vaulting skylights and the desert blooms.
There is nothing better after a busy day of touring, than a nice meal.
Henderson has a great selection of restaurants and other eating
establishments for visitors to enjoy. Visitors will find French, Thai,
Mexican, American and almost any other cuisines that can be desired. Enjoy a
great day in Henderson seeing the sites, shopping, and enjoying the fine