Las Vegas Museums - 2024 Reviews and Best Deals

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Meet your favorite celebrities — or at least their wax figure doubles! Madame Tussauds Las Vegas features look-alike wax figures of top celebrities and stars. From Oprah to Bradley Cooper, Miley Cyrus to Spiderman, everyone in the world of pop culture is right here at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. Don’t forget your camera so you can take pictures with your favorite celebs and stars! Details
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Step into the world of Paradox Museum! This Las Vegas Museum offers larger-than-life exhibits with out-of-this-world concepts, utilizing the innovative power of science and technology. The word paradox is defined as objects and people having seemingly contradictory qualities—the kind display you’ll see here, mind-twisting, yet educational experience for all! Details
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The Mob Museum

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Dive deep into the history of organized crime and law enforcement at the Mob Museum in Las Vegas. This immersive, eye-opening experience shows guests America’s history with crime, the Mob, and the law. From how the Mob and crime are portrayed in Hollywood to the Prohibition, biker gangs to understanding undercover surveillance, you’ll feel like you were part of the action after touring this museum. Details
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At the Shelby American-Las Vegas, you get a special tour of up to 40 premium Americana muscle cars on display, including original prototypes and rare cars from Carroll Shelby’s personal collection. See a car built in real-time, learn their life story, and take home a gift bag. The Shelby Museum in Las Vegas is the ultimate tour experience for the car enthusiast! Details
Don't miss out on the 30,000-Sq.-Ft. Hollywood Cars Museum, featuring some of the most recognizable and unique cars used in the entertainment industry. Details
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The Mob Museum

Who loves a little mystery with their adventure?

The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement is a history museum in Las Vegas that features cutting-edge theater performances, recognizable objects, and interactive settings. Visitors can examine horrific images related to the mob and watch a movie on organized crime.

There are three floors at the Mob Museum. Visitors can take a guided tour, view items from the Mob era, and participate in an exhibit on the first floor. On the second floor, they can view casinos and the Kefauver Hearings. The Mob's origin story, Las Vegas' significance to its activities, and the reasons why Prohibition didn't worry many people are all explained to guests on the third floor.

The Mob Museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, and the Underground speakeasy and distillery are open from 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Everyone gets starstrucked in Vegas!

The Las Vegas attraction Madame Tussauds offers a variety of interactive displays featuring wax replicas of the biggest names in sports, music, film, and other media. Visitors can pose with lifelike models that are so realistic that no one will ever suspect they aren't the actual Tiger Woods, Brad Pitt, or Johnny Depp.

From the Sports Arena to the Big Night section, this wax museum in Las Vegas has distinct regions with specific celebrities and stars. The Las Vegas Legends room showcases Las Vegas' very own Liberace, Wayne Newton, The Rat Pack, and others that are not present in any other Madame Tussauds across the world. Everyone may find something to enjoy at the museum, which often has about 100 wax figures on display.

The doors open from 8:00 AM. to 10 P.M. daily.

Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum

Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum in Las Vegas displays his collection of objects related to the supernatural. It was once owned by a well-known businessman, who is said to still haunt the building and terrorize both current and former residents. The world's most haunted object, the Dybbuk Box, as well as the actual stairway from Indiana's "Demon House" are among the paranormal objects that visitors can view while experiencing the spine-tingling energy of the spirit realm.

Hours and Admission: Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum is open every day at 1:00 p.m. Tours begin every 15 minutes from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The Neon Museum Las Vegas

Neon lights and cultural city life.

The Neon Museum gathers, preserves, and displays famous Las Vegas signs for the benefit of education, history, and culture. It includes the Neon Boneyard outdoor display area, a visitors center in the former lobby of the La Concha Motel, and several refurbished signs as public art.

Unrestored signs from the museum's collection are displayed in the North Gallery, which also hosts the "Brilliant!" immersive audio-visual event. Both day and night tours are available of the Boneyard, with the latter being more popular because of the illumination of some of the restored signs.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Arts

Beauty and the Bellagio.

One of Las Vegas's most prestigious art collections is the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. It showcases recurring exhibitions by illustrious artists like Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Lichtenstein, Faberge Eggs, Japanese art, and Impressionists. The rotating exhibitions that include eminent figures and interesting objects make it the finest place to go for romantic activities. To guarantee entry, visitors should make sure the gallery is open to the public on the day they intend to visit and purchase tickets in advance.

With its extensive collection of different, one-of-a-kind, and awakening artworks, the exhibition challenges visitors' preconceived notions of seasonal change and invites them to embark on a journey of metamorphosis.

The last admittance to the gallery is at 5:30 pm, and it closes at 6:00 pm.

Let’s Go Visit a Vegas Museum Now!

Everyone needs a little museum tour in their life. Any type of museum you're looking for, you have it in the Strip and Downtown. Book your visit now and find out more about the affordable and even free museums in Las Vegas. Did all that historical and artsy exploring work up an appetite? Don’t miss the mouthwatering selection of food tours in Las Vegas that are offered.

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