The Top 3 Museums in Las Vegas
When you’re in Las Vegas, whether it’s because you’re visiting or you live here, you’re likely inundated with amazing things to see and do every day. Sometimes it’s hard to remember there are fantastic museums throughout the city. Find one that fits your interests and head out today!
Burlesque Hall of Fame
If you want to get some of the unique and truly Las Vegas history, head to the Burlesque Hall of Fame. The museum offers the history of the entirety of a burlesque show, from the music and dancing to comedy and audience interaction. Located at 520 Fremont Street Suite 120, this museum doesn’t have a set entrance fee, but it has a suggested donation of $5 for adults and $3 for seniors and students.
The Barrick Museum offers rotating exhibits to show a range of history, art, and inspiration to the community. In addition to national works, you’ll find student exhibits the University of Nevada Las Vegas campus created. Find Barrick Museum at 4505 South Maryland Parkway. Admission is free, but there is a suggested donation of $5 for adults and $2 for students and seniors.
Find even more about Las Vegas history when you visit the Neon Museum. This museum has pulled together historic neon signs from around the city. Some of the pieces date back to the 1930s, and they tell a story about Sin City. Located at 821 Las Vegas Boulevard North, tickets range from $15-25; however, children six years and younger are free.
Create a fun adventure and awesome memories by planning your Las Vegas museum trip today, and see what you can learn.
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