The Casino Legends Hall of Fame is located inside the Tropicana Hotel and Casino and features a large collection of gaming memorabilia, photos and classic Vegas displays. With over 150,000 items on display this is one of the largest casino oriented collections in the world. It also has a large gift shop where visitors can purchase related items and collectibles.
The future of the Tropicana is unknown so catch this display before its gone forever. Admission to the museum is $6.95 , seniors $5.95. Discount tickets can often be found in local magazines and you also have a chance to win free entry from the Tropicana’s free slot pull area.
For more information about the Casino Legends Hall of Fame call: (702)739-5444
The Elvis A Rama Museum features over three million dollars worth of Elvis memorabilia, a gift shop and even Elvis impersonator shows.
The museum has a wide assortment of items from Elvis’s life including his social security card, his army uniform, little black book and the contents of his wallet. Visitors can get a glimpse into the life of the King and even catch a Elvis impersonator show.
The Elvis A Rama Museum is located at 3401 Industrial Rd. phone – (702)309-7200 website – www.elvisarama.com Admission to the museum is $9.95 for adults and $7.95 for seniors, open from 10 a.m to 6 p.m daily.
The Guggenheim Hermitage Museum is located within the Venetian Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. It features rotating art exhibits from the valuable Guggenheim collection.
Visitors to the Guggenheim Museum receive a portable audio guide that is included with the price of admission. Tickets to the museum cost $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and residents of Nevada.
Discount coupons to the Guggenheim Museum can often be found at the hotel lobby of the Venetian. For additional hotel information you can visit the Venetian page at: Venetian Hotel or call ( 702)414-2440
The Luxor Hotels, King Tut’s Tomb is a full scale reproduction of the famous Tutankhamen tomb in Egypt. It is complete with annex, antechamber, burial chamber and treasure room.
The tomb has been meticulously crafted to closely resemble the real thing. Visitors watch a short film before listening to a 15 minute audio tour.
Admission to King Tut’s Tomb is $5 and it’s open from 9 a.m to 11 p.m Sunday through Thursday and 9 a.m to Midnight on Friday and Saturday. For more information call the Luxor hotel at (702)262-4000
This one’s over the top, but it’s fun. The Liberace museum is dedicated to the sequined piano player. Whether you’ve ever heard of him or not, you can catch a glimpse into the gaudy life of a famous Vegas performer at this one of a kind museum.
On display is Liberace’s pink piano, jeweled outfits, costumes, cars and last but not least the world’s biggest rhinestone, weighing in at 50.6 pounds.
Admission to the Liberace museum is $12 for adults and $8 for seniors over 64. For more info visit their website at: www.liberace.org or call at (702)798-5595.
The Lied Discovery Children’s Museum is a great place for kids to go to experience interactive games involving science, nature and life. Kids can participate in many fun activities that relate to everyday life like buying groceries, using an ATM and even learning to put together a healthy meal. Kids can particpate in moving the hands on a clock and even make their own moving cartoon. There are also many fun displays where kids can take part in learning how things work, seeing forces of nature in a smaller scale and view cultural displays.
The Lied Interactive Children’s Museum is fun for children of all ages.
The Lied Museum
833 Las Vegas Boulevard North
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 382-3445
Fax: (702) 382-0592
contact us: email@example.com
They are open on Tuesday – Sunday 10AM – 5pm
and most school holidays. the price of Admission is: $7 Adults, $6 Seniors (55 and up), $6 Military & Children (1 thru 17) and free for members & children under 1
For more info visit there website at Lied Museum
The Marjorie Barrick Museum is located on the University of Las Vegas Campus and displays Native American artwork and pottery, Mexican art and decorative masks, traveling art exhibits, as well as a local desert reptiles display. Outside of the museum is a local plants garden that highlights some of the indigenous plant life.
Admission to the museum is free and is open Mon-Fri 8 a.m to 4:45 p.m and Sat from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. The address to the Marjorie Barrick Museum is: 4505 Maryland Pkwy, phone: (702)895-3381
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is a family friendly destination dedicated to educating children and families in the natural sciences of today and the past. The museum features many interactive exhibits, educational programs, and interesting collections. The Natural History Museum is a private non-profit organization that desires to create a deeper understanding and appreciation of the worlds wildlife and ecosystems. They also wish to demonstrate and explore human relationships with the environment.
There are numerous realistic displays in the Natural History Museum including galleries of Dinosaurs, Wildlife, Africa, Marine Life, Nevada.
Catch a glimpse of life like Dinosaurs in the Gallery Dinosaurs / Prehistoric Life Gallery. Children love the massive 35-foot long Tyrannosaurus rex that lowers its head and roars at them! Other popular attractions include a Triceratops, Ankylosaur, and a ferocious raptor. You can also find a gigantic marine reptile that swam in the waters of Nevada called an Ichthyosaur.
Marine Life Gallery
Painted in ocean blue colors, the visitors to the Marine Life Gallery can get a feel for what life is like underwater. Visitors can experience live sharks, stingrays, and eels that occupy the 3,000-gallon tank in this gallery. There are also numerous other colorful and amazing creatures occupying additional jewel tanks. Situated throughout the gallery are life-size recreations of various species of sharks and fish.
Visitors to the African Gallery can experience life on the Serengeti. The African Savanna display overlooks a peaceful watering hole on one side and a predator- prey relationship on the other. The African Rainforest display showcases some of the beautiful and diverse wildlife found in the African jungle. Pushing buttons located throughout the exhibits enable visitors to see and learn about the animals hidden amongst the trees and brush. The “Out of Africa” exhibit shows off three long extinct African primates: Australopithecus Afarensis, Homo Habilis, and Homo Erectus. The “Out of Africa” exhibit is the only one of its kind in the state of Nevada, offering a rare look into the history of primates.
The International Wildlife Room features world-class taxidermy specimens from North America, South America, the Middle East, and Africa. Explore family groups like bears, sheep, deer, dog, cats, and antelope.
Wild Nevada Gallery
The Wild Nevada Gallery features a large amount of animals indigenous to the Nevada area. It is themed after the beauty of the Mojave Desert. Visitors can find many different animals and plants including foxes, snakes, badgers, big horn sheep, burrowing creatures and many more. There’s a lot of chances for children to learn interactively by investigating exhibits with their ears, hands, and noses.
The MGM/Mirage Young Scientist Center gives children the chance to have a lot of fun in a hands-on interactive room. Young ones can dig for fossils, study animal tracks, observe a paleontology lab, and discover animal senses. This is a popular room for people of all ages.
Visit the Natural History Museum Website and get a 2 for 1 discount coupon.
Price of Admission
$6.00 Seniors, military, and students
$3.00 Children ages 3-11
FREE Children 2 and under, member
Open daily from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
(702) 384-5343 Fax
900 North Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Their cross-streets are Las Vegas Blvd. and Washington. The Museum is adjacent to Cashman Center.