Moving Around: Transportation and Casa de ShenandoahMay 25, 2016
Once you enter our main gates, a tour of Casa de Shenandoah is like being transported to another place … you almost feel like you’re not in Las Vegas at all. But we are, indeed, located in the Entertainment Capital of the World just east of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip! That being said, we invite you to mosey on down Sunset Road and join us for a tour.
As Casa de Shenandoah has been a local landmark for decades, it’s a well-known location for taxi and town car services, as well as for Lyft and Uber drivers. Many of our visitors fly into McCarran International and stay at hotels along Las Vegas Boulevard and in Downtown. For them, such options are handy.
Your first destination is our Visitors Center, which is directly across Sunset near the corner of S. Pecos Road. There is ample parking available, and we can accommodate large RVs easily. For those coming from the Strip or driving in from California, heading east at Town Square is about as complicated as directions get. From there, drive four miles … you can’t miss us!
Sunset also intersects with Boulder Highway to the east, making navigating to Casa de Shenandoah from Henderson or even Phoenix, Ariz. a simple matter.
And, for our guests who opt for our Diamond Tour packages, we offer pick-up service from the Strip at Treasure Island and Tropicana resorts. Click here to purchase. Also, for groups of 12 or more, call us at (702) 547-4811 for group transportation information.
Once you’ve arrived at our Visitors Center to purchase or pick up tickets (and watch an introductory documentary short film on Wayne Newton’s life), you can leave the transportation to us. Boarding one of our modern shuttles, our professional drivers will take you through our gorgeously designed main gate. The shuttles are air-conditioned for your comfort, are ADA-compliant and can accommodate wheelchairs.
Some of our guests have further transportation concerns, such as if service animals are allowed and if our grounds are accessible persons with limited mobility.
First, we gladly welcome service animals for hearing and visually impaired individuals.
Secondly, our Museum can accommodate wheelchairs and has wide, level hallways. Much of Casa de Shenandoah, however, is a working ranch. Persons with limited mobility may prefer to remain on our shuttles for later parts of the tour, such as our Aramus Stables equestrian exhibition area and the Mansion. Our Exotic Animal Exhibit does have wide, level areas of pavement, making it easy to meet many of our animal friends like Boo the monkey and Simon the parrot!
No matter how you arrive at Casa de Shenandoah, we’re sure you will have an amazing visit when you do. See you soon!