- The list below includes 68 free or cheap things to do in or near Henderson, Nevada, including 44 different types of inexpensive activities like Children's Play Area, Movie Theaters, Off Road & ATV and Arcades.
- From Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve to Henderson Kids Play Cafe, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Henderson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Las Vegas, Boulder City, North Las Vegas and Laughlin.
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Interstate 15 at Highway 169, Exit 75, Overton, NV 89040 MoreLess Info
The Visitor Center at the Valley of Fire State Park offers exhibits on the ecology, geology, prehistory, and modern history of the park and surrounding area. Outdoor activities at the park then involve hiking, RV camping, general camping, and picnicking.
Serving as a high-end shopping mall, the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas cater to trendy shoppers. Shuttles from major Las Vegas hotels and casinos are operated on a daily basis so that guests can visit the outlets without the hassle of transportation.
Rather than focusing on more intense horsemanship, the Mount Charleston Riding Stable is more about viewing the area through a leisurely tour. Visitors concentrate on observing the scenery from horseback, making it ideal for children.
A private ranch that raises cattle, Sandy Valley Ranch offers horseback riding, cattle rustling, camping and campfires. Available also at the ranch are activities such as horseshoe pitch, cow pie toss, and cattle roping.
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State Routes 156,158, 157, Mount Charleston, NV MoreLess Info
The Mt. Charleston Scenic Byway starts at a 3,200-foot desert floor scrub then goes up to an 8,500 elevation with towering mountain pines. Skiing and snowboarding are popular at the summit during the winter while summer visitors can escape the intense heat of the valley to the cooler mountain temperatures.
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721 S Moapa Valley Blvd, Overton, NV 89040 MoreLess Info
Built on the site of an actual historical Anasazi pueblo, the Lost City Museum of Archaeology is home to many artifacts from the ancient civilization of the Anasazi, including pottery and artwork. The museum also contains a gift shop.