Clark County Museum offers something for the entire family. An interesting and educationally fun exhibit at the museum is the Henderson Townsite House that was relocated to the museum in 1982. Originally built in 1941, the house has been restored to tell the story of Henderson, how war affected the area and how the Basic Magnesium Incorporated (BMI) confining plant came to existence. The home is one of 1,000 homes built to house families that worked at BMI. The community was expected to be a temporary community until residents wanted to stay permanently which led to legislation to make Henderson a town under the direction of a commission. That commission later sold each family its home. Stories like this one and more make up the intrigue of the Clark County Museum and events that shaped the history of the Las Vegas Valley. We invite you to come out to see the Henderson Townsite House and learn more about Clark County’s history. The museum is open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is $1 for seniors and youth; and $2 for adults. To learn more about the museum, visit the Clark County Parks & Recreation website, https://tinyurl.com/2s42m9ef.