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The Liberace Museum Collection

Las Vegas, NV, USA
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About The Liberace Museum Collection
All new for 2021! Our new exhibit, Ultimate Influencer takes you to the hidden, vast warehouses of the Liberace Foundation, where we have stashed the treasures that inspired modern Las Vegas. This is the authentic Liberace Museum Collection, where we often exhibit the show business artifacts borrowed by Cardi B for the 2019 Grammys, Billy Porter for the the 2020 Oscars, The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art for exhibit and for the 2019 MET Gala, the Paris Museum of Modern Art’s 2017 exhibit of “Jewelry and Taboo;” Monte Carlo Fashion Week's "Liberace100". Liberace was licensed by Ceelo Green for his Las Vegas show “Loberace,” HBO's 2013 film “Behind The Candelabra,” television's The Simpsons, Mozart in the Jungle, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Jay Leno’s Garage, and Adidas for their 2020 Grammy’s mini-movie ad campaign. Liberace has two Emmy awards, two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, his name in lyrics of hundreds of songs, his designs at the Smithsonian. Come see why!
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Tess6767 wrote a review Mar 5
Houston, Texas9 contributions2 helpful votes
The Liberace Museum merged with the Hollywood Car Museum so it was limited space but it was fun to see. We had a wonderful docent who told us a lot about Liberace and guided us thru the exhibit. He seemed to enjoy making us laugh! I enjoyed it!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Sandy wrote a review Mar 2020
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This small group, private guided tour was amazing and one of the most memorable highlights of our trip. Jonathan was an informative and expert guide. The history, culture, collections and time spent learning about Liberace was very interesting and well worth our afternoon at Thriller Villa. I never knew what a cultural icon Liberace was and how his influence and business sense shaped so many other artists. Lunch was fantastic and we then left to visit the Liberace Garage. I would take the tour again!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ann wrote a review Mar 2020
Roanoke, Virginia5 contributions
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The most enjoyable part of the tour for me was seeing the room full of Liberace's costumes. Having lunch there was wonderful and very tasty. It was a well spent 3 hours!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jan H wrote a review Mar 2020
Medford, United States2 contributions
This tour was a last-minute arrangement in a women's weekend - only one of us had seen the original museum and was an opportunity to revisit grand memories. Jonathan was not only a fabulous host but engaging and willingly shared so many anecdotes at stories about the collection, that we were thoroughly amazed throughout the adventure. Save some extra time to ask questions!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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jehenson81 wrote a review Mar 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia21,770 contributions1,147 helpful votes
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So I am not an overly huge fan of Liberace or Michael Jackson. But the combination of the two in this tour of the Liberace Collection at Thriller Villa was too interesting to pass up. They send an Uber to pick me up after I contacted them. I was greeted at the gate by Jonathan Warren, the chairman of the Liberace Foundation and my tour guide. There were three other going on the tour so that made it super intimate. It was nice to see a mixture of Liberace items mixed in with the house’s decor. The two walls of pictures in the bar area were fascinating and historic as it was all the faces that made Vegas famous as well as Hollywood. The collection in the basement which included some more personal items as well as costumes was just WOW. Lunch was pretty good too. The champagne was nice and dry however I am not a huge fan of salmon (still tasty though). It was great and then the four of us shared an Uber over to the Liberace Garage which was included in the tour price.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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