Where to Go This Spring Season.
By: Sabrina Novruzova, reporter
Spring is the perfect time for traveling. Lots of vacation plans can be made during these warm months. Unfortunately, amid the pandemic, traveling has become much more difficult. So what can you do and where can you go this spring? Even during these challenging times, you can still enjoy visiting a local museum or a national park with your family safely.
There are a lot of great art museums and exhibits in Las Vegas that are worth visiting. Quite a few of them are open to the public right now. For example, The Neon Museum is an interesting one to visit, which holds a collection and preserves historic Las Vegas casino signs. It is fun to see all the lights glow at night. There are even walking tours you can pay for to get the best experience. Plus, it’s outdoors which is another benefit to staying safe from covid.
The Bellagio Hotel of Fine Arts is another art gallery located in Las Vegas. The museum is pretty large and displays a lot of cool artwork. The Metropolitan Gallery is also an art exhibit located in Clark County. It holds a beautiful collection of modern art, sculptures, painting, and photographs. All of these museums are worth seeing and are all located in Las Vegas.
If you are someone who loves the outdoors, then visiting a national park is a great option for you. Many national parks around the country have hiking trails, and beautiful views on the way. Zion, Yellowstone, and Bryce Canyon National park are some of the best National Park destinations in the United States. These parks have rivers, hiking trails, mountains, canyons, and wonderful sights.
Freshman Zarina Novruzova said that “Bryce Canyon National Park is one of my favorites, and it is a great visit for any season of the year”. Even though many are not located in Nevada, these parks are great for visiting, especially during the spring when the weather is perfect for a day in the outdoors!
Visiting an art museum or a national park is a great activity for families over spring break.
Photo Credit: U.S Department of the Interior