Specialty Museums in Las Vegas

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Specialty Museums in Las Vegas

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  • Tom P
    Hazlet, NJ178 contributions
    We went all in for this experience, adding the additional experiences. The history of the "mob" extending far from the stereotypical Italian association and growing through Prohibition was very interesting. Recognized some of the stories and personalities highlighted as we went through this - from either pop-culture, or from actual news events in childhood. Our 16 year old loved it. We did the weapons training experience. They did a really great job of explaining the rules of engagement and demonstrating what it's like to be on the law enforcement side of any confrontation. Communication is definitely key, and they helped reinforce the fact that communication is the key to resolving any situation.
    Written June 29, 2022
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  • Joe P
    Pretoria, South Africa217 contributions
    If you are into cars and specifically Shelby, then this is a must. Entrance was free (at the time of our visit), so we spend a little bit more in the museum shop. Prices were very reasonable.
    Written June 15, 2022
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  • Alfie193
    West Virginia194 contributions
    Incredibly interesting and also creepy! We had several wonderful tour guides take us through the 2 hour museum tour. Casey was an amazing guide and really elevated the museum experience! Several rooms were particularly eerie and guests are given the choice to opt out of the darker rooms. We and several others stayed behind in 2 out of the 3 darkest rooms. There is definitely a sinister feeling in the museum. I was so freaked out by it that I left my souvenir ticket stub behind on purpose. I didn’t want the evil following me! Definitely a riveting museum and worth it!
    Written June 29, 2022
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  • warrenbruin
    Tehachapi, CA81 contributions
    Okay, first don’t bring anyone who’s troubled by lots of noise and flashing lights. Second, get there early and walk throughout to get a sense of what is there. Plan to spend a couple hours playing and enjoying yourself. The machines are lively and fun to play. If you’re 50+ you’ll be able to reminisce. There are also fresh machines to interest younger enthusiasts; and there are other games of chance along with items like Pac Man, Frogger, Galaga, etc Excellent way to be entertained for the price of a roll of quarters.
    Written June 27, 2022
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  • Greg P
    Cabot, AR13 contributions
    Stopped by with some friends on bikes. A lot of really cool stuff! Got ready to leave and a guy asked us to come with him to the back door and out comes Danny aka “The Count” and he was just super cool! Took pics with us and hung out a bit! Great experience! We didn’t expect to see people from the show since it is in fact a shop so I feel like we got lucky!
    Written May 5, 2022
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  • cjmstone100
    Philadelphia, PA135 contributions
    Nice to see all of the old neon signs being preserved and on display. Our guide was super knowledgeable on the signs. If your guide does not talk about the Tim Burton signs, he sure to ask... we also did the add-on package that had music to a visual presentation of the signs. I forget the details, some artist used numerous projectors to project images onto the signs of what the signs may have looked like when lit, pretty cool...

    You must go at night, what is the point of going during the day is you cannot see the neon in all of its glory???
    Written June 28, 2022
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  • Ozzie12345
    4157020 contributions
    This museum presents a comprehensive history of Las Vegas and the atomic bomb. It us a visually stimulating museum. However, considering the pricey admission fee I would not place this as a must do for the first timer to Las Vegas.
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • Opher S
    1 contribution
    Really friendly staff and family had a great time. Will be returning for more good times.
    Really enjoyed the serenity and atmosphere.
    Written June 19, 2022
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  • lucy R
    21 contributions
    Very welcoming we were allowed to take our time we could interact with the displays and just had so much fun taking pics!
    Written June 6, 2022
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  • j5allen137
    Maricopa, AZ1 contribution
    I expected more of a interaction going through the tour. It was not worth the money I paid for me and my daughter.
    Written June 25, 2022
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  • Matthew P
    1 contribution
    An amazing tour of costumes, pianos and personal belongings. Giving insight and credit to the iconic entertainer that paved the way for for many in the industry.
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Joe P
    Pretoria, South Africa217 contributions
    This is a guided tour. Lots of Chevy's< Fords and street rods to see but also something for the women not interested in cars.
    Written June 15, 2022
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  • CosmicCarrot
    London, UK129 contributions
    Really enjoyed this fantastic and informative museum. They're holding the flame for a meaningful and often unmentionable part of history, so it wasn't just a titillating spark to the imagination, but also movingly educational. I highly recommend this for anyone and everyone. Darby was incredibly passionate about the subject and a fantastic voice for burlesque. The displays are changed and refreshed, so worth going again and again. I loved it, and I will return.
    Written May 1, 2022
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  • 415Cyclist
    San Anselmo, CA119 contributions
    Nice, but not great. Only a few cars are actual Hollywood cars. Most of the "Hollywood Cars" are poor replicas. The Liberace cars were interesting and seemed to be taken care of. The vast majority of the other cars are not maintained. As in washed, dusted, polished, etc.

    It was a good time waster, but I would not recommend going out of your way, like I did, to see it. Cost is $20. They offer a $5 discount on their website. I was in and out in an hour.
    Written June 13, 2022
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  • Barney M
    palm desert, ca314 contributions
    very interesting. we went just to see. the staff was very helpful. it looked at eroticism from the early asian art to present day political scandels.
    Written July 16, 2020
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