Arrive With Ease
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) offers a number of convenient and affordable options that allow museum-goers to arrive and depart from the museum quickly and without fighting traffic. The RTC boasts one of the newest fleets in the nation with vehicles that are sleek, safe and clean. Most Express routes take 30-45 minutes, which is equivalent to or, in some cases, even quicker than driving your own vehicle. For locals with valid Nevada IDs, a single ride anywhere within the system is $2 and a 24-hour all-access pass is $5. To plan your trip, visit rtcsnv.com or call RTC at (702) 228-7433.
- If you are coming from outlying areas of the Las Vegas valley:
The RTC’s Westcliff Area Express (WAX) route and the Centennial Express (CX) route both provide express service to the Museum. WAX deploys from Westcliff Transit Center and Park & Ride (25. S. Durango Dr.) and CX begins its route at the Centennial Hills Transit Center and Park & Ride (7313 Grand Montecito Pkwy.) Both sites allow patrons to park their vehicles at a safe site to board transit services into the inner Las Vegas area.
- The closest bus stop is nearby and a few minutes to walk to the Museum entrance. Routes serving the Bonneville Transit Center (BTC) include 105, 106, 108, 109, 113, 206, 207, 208, 214, 215, Deuce, HDX, DVX, and BHX.