755 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (702) 794-5151.
Monday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday from 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed: Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day New Year's Day.
City/Hoover Dam Museum
1305 Arizona St. Boulder City, 294-1988.
Hours of Operation Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission $2.00 Adults, $1.00 Children and Students. Group Rates Available .
|Boulder City Art
1305 Arizona St. Boulder City, Tel: 702-293-2138
Admire visually stunning and eclectic art by prominent local artists such as Rudi Kraft and others.
Open Daily: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tickets: $8.00 Adults, Free 3 and under *Tickets sold until 4:15 p.m.. General Tour Information: 866-730-9097. Powerplant Tour: - $11.00 (ages 17-61) - $9.00 (62+, ages 4-16) - $9.00 U.S Military (Active Duty) - Free (in Uniform) - Free (ages 0-3).
Located 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas on US Highway 93 at the Nevada-Arizona border. Hoover Dam does not have a physical address. (no street address).
GPS Coordinates: N 36.016222, W -114.737245
1830 S. Boulder Highway, Tel: 702-455-7955
Open Daily 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CLOSED Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day General Admission: adults $2.00, seniors and children $1. Group Tours, please call for reservations and special rates Museum memberships are also available
I like it there. Old buildings, an old locomotive, ghost town, ranching display, gift shop. Other old stuff. Kind of sets you back many years when Nevada was young.
3401 Industrial Rd., Tel: 702-313-1401
Easy to reach from the strip. Just about on the other side of the street from the Stardust parking lot.Lots of Elvis stuff.
and Science Center
1300 W. Sunset Rd., Henderson. 547-1717
Fine art at it's best. Opened with an exhibit of impressionist (Matisse, Monet etc.) and early modern (Kandinsky, Leger). Well worth seeing.
International Scouting Museum.
also at the Venetian.
See, first there are no museums in Las Vegas, than, overnight, there are two. This one is, for me anyway, more interesting than the other Guggenheim. Call me hoi-poloi if you want. I like motorcycles better than fine art. A terrific collection of bikes. Although I think more European bikes should have been included. Well worth a visit.
2915 W. Charleston Bl., Ste. 2
Not associated with the Boy Scouts of America.
On the Highway between Boulder Dam and Boulder City. On the left side if you are travelling East. Very well organized. Explains everything about Lake Mead and the surrounding area. Run by the Park Service.
Boneyard and Visitors Center
821 N. Las Vegas Bl.(702) 387-6366.
Current tour times: 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 12:30 p.m., 1 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Current tour times for night-time tours: 6:30 p.m., 7 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 8 p.m.and 8:30 p.m.
As the Neon Boneyard is an outdoor collection, all scheduled tours are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather. Inclement weather includes high winds over 25 mph and lightning; please note, we very rarely cancel for rain. If a tour is cancelled, we will attempt to place you on the next available tour wherever possible or provide a full refund. We will make every effort to accommodate your visit. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience.
Interesting neon signs from the past.
|Las Vegas Car
Las Vegas Car Museum The Palazzo Resort Hotel and Casino [inside Dal Toro Restaurant] 3325 Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109.
Certain things come to mind when Las Vegas is mentioned, but they can all be summed up in one word; entertainment. With upper echelon nightclubs visited by the world's elite, and hotels that rival any historic palace around the world, there are attractions for visitors at every turn. But if you're in search of the most popular alternative attraction that Las Vegas has to offer, look no further than the Las Vegas Car Museum. Featuring some of the world's most attractive luxury speed vehicles, it boasts one of the most popular fleet of cars in the country and gives you the opportunity to not only see them firsthand, but step inside for a driving experience like none other. This unique experience can only be found at the Las Vegas Car Museum, and this site is the only way to get all of the information you need, and provide you with the opportunity to book your experience today.
Tickets are pretty reasonable at $9.95 (as of this writing)
A car museum inside of a restaurant. Who would've thought. They also offer the driving experience at $225. I don't if this is inside the restaurant or what?.
Natural History Museum
900 N. Las Vegas Bl., Tel: 702-384-3466
Open daily from 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Opening at 12:00 P.M. New Year's Day and Easter Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving Day
Cute little museum. A little of this and a little of that. Gift shop.
360 Promenade Place Las Vegas, NV 89106 (702) 382-KIDS
This is in downtown Las Vegas, in a newly developed brand new and very attractive area.
Tuesday Friday: 9am 4pm Saturday: 10am 5pm Sunday: 12pm 5pm Closed Mondays except during select holidays.SUMMER HOURS (June 1 through Labor Day) Monday Saturday: 10am 5pm Sunday: 12pm 5pm
Pretty large, if not the largest, children's museum in the country.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is open 365 days opening daily at 10:00am. Currently the last ticket is sold at 9:00 p.m..
Occasionally, the attraction may close early due to a private event. Please be sure to call ahead for updated closing times by calling 1.866.841.3739, then pressing option # 2.
December 31st - The entire attraction will be closed at 5:00pm.
Aviation Heritage Museum
McCarran International Airport 5757 Wayne Newton Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119 - MAP For information call (702) 455-7968
Exhibits are throughout the terminal but the main display is above the baggage area in the main terminal. Mostly pertaining to aviation around Nevada and Las Vegas. Very interesting stuff. In fact, each time I fly out of MacCarran I make it a point to look at the exhibits.
Museum and Historical Society
309 S. Valley View Blvd. Las Vegas, Nevada 89107 702-486-5205 Thursday - Monday 10 am to 6 pm
Dennis McBride, Director 702.822.8739 .I happen to know Dennis personally. He lives not too far from me in Boulder City.
5375 Cameron Street, Las Vegas, Nv 89118. 702-876-3652.
Book Now! Come Tour Vegas' Best Kept Secret! Nostalgia Street Rods - Cars, Guitars, Antiques, Memorabilia, & More! A private collection of over half a century love affair with things automotive and memorabilia. It includes vehicles from 1910 to 1965 with everything from streetrods to scooters , guitars to antiques. The Goldstroms have over 30,000 square feet of cars and memorabilia, a shop where they build their own hot rods and a gift shop.
THERE ALSO IS A GOOD SIZE GUITAR AND LUNCH BOX COLLECTION.Guitar Collection Shirley Goldstrom is very quiet about her remarkable collection of autographed guitars. Perhaps she is a rock music devotee, but it seems more probable that she enjoys the music and is interested in having and sharing a record of the talented people who have created so much popular music.
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South Wynn Encore Las Vegas. It is the new Wynn Tower called Encore.
They carry Ferraris and Maseratis. Do good at the slot machines and drive home in one of those. The cheapest I saw on the day I liooked was about $75,000.
|Quad Resort and
Casino Auto Collection
3535 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Center Strip). 702 794 3174. This is actually the old Imperial Palace. I used to go in and see their car collection. At that time they had Hitler's car, I do not know if they still do. Here is the good news, admission is free. It seems the cars are for sale too. So, hit one of those huge jackpots and buy an antique car.
|Red Rock Visitor
1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161 (702) 515-5350
Explains the geography, fauna and flora of the surrounding area. Very well done.
Our new address is: 6405 Ensworth St. Las Vegas, NV 89119 - See more at: http://www.shelbyamerican.com/tours.asp#sthash.6bFP6uyw.dpuf.
Located near the Las Vegas Strip, the museum is always changing and includes some of the most famous cars ever produced from the first Cobra CSX2000 to prototypes of the Series 1, Shelby GT-H, Terlingua, GT500KR, and others. Stop in and take a look at some of the dreams of the past and where we are making dreams of tomorrow. - See more at: http://www.shelbyamerican.com/tours.asp#sthash.6bFP6uyw.dpuf
Guided Tour Times: Mon-Fri 10:30am and 1:30pm Saturday 10:30am Closed Sundays - See more at: http://www.shelbyamerican.com/tours.asp#sthash.6bFP6uyw.dpuf.
Tours are free.
Museum of Fine Art
Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art 450 Fremont St., Suite 280 Las Vegas, NV 89101 Phone: 702-382-2926 .
The word "fine" always gets me. They have someone on staff who decides what is "fine" and what is not?
Wednesday - Saturday, Noon - 5.00 PM.
I shall visit shortly and will "unfine" them. Gerhard Richter (contemporary German artist) dribbles paint on a canvas, than smears it around with a 5ft squeegee, gets $5 million for it at Sotheby's in London apparently would be classified as a hack.
|The Mob Museum
300 Stewart Avenue Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 702-229-2734 firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOURS OF OPERATION Sundays Thursdays: 10:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Fridays & Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Please note that these times are subject to change due to private event bookings. We suggest that you contact the box office at 702-229-2734 before your visit to verify hours.
Oh, those were the days. I have been in Las Vegas since 1975 and those were the heydays of the mob. What a cast of characters. Frank (lLefty) Rosenthal whose car blew up and he left town in a hurry, the "Hole in the Wall Gang" (Spilotro and friends), Al Bramlett, leader of Culinary Local 226 who stepped off the plane from Reno and whose bones were discovered some times later in the desert. the Green Shack, the Stardust Hotel whose coin winnings of several million $ disappeared, the corner of Flamingo and the Strip a gathering place for hookers of all stripes. I lived a block away on Koval Lane. But the best character of them all was Sheriff Floyd Lamb, a character directly out of the pages of the Old West. Ciowboy boots, Cowboy hats, large belt buckle, he had it all. Settled disputes with his fists. I think he was 6'2" or more. Now everything is so bland.
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