10 Amazing Museums in Las Vegas You Need to Visit
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10 Amazing Museums in Las Vegas You Need to Visit

Las Vegas is mostly known for the breathtaking casinos that attract millions of gamblers each year. But did you know, you can find some of the most interesting museums in Las Vegas? These museums are more than enough to take your eyes off from the incredible nightlife and casinos of Las Vegas.

So, if you are a person who would love to explore the city’s best-kept secrets at fantastic museums then you are at the right spot. Today, we will have a look at the top 10 most interesting museums in Las Vegas. That said, let’s begin without any more delay:

1. The Neon Museum
There are thousands of neon signs in Las Vegas. But did you know, the Neon Museum is a place where you can learn about the historic relevance of these beautiful signs? The night tours are the trademark of this museum, The primary reason is many signs have been restored and they even glow during night tours.

2. The National Atomic Testing Museum
As the name suggests this museum is dedicated to the Nevada test site. Where the US department of energy reservation tests any weapon before sanctioning them for use in war. In this museum, you will learn about the establishment of the Nevada test site, ground zero theater simulation, and more.

3. The Mob Museum
You might have heard that the Las Vegas strip was established by mobs and gangsters back in the 20th century. Well, it is true and the Mob Museum will show you the legal and illegal involvement of these mob leaders in the history of Las Vegas. We are sure you will learn something new at this museum.

4. Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah
Wayne Newton is known as Mr. Las Vegas and he is most definitely one of the biggest names in the Las Vegas strip. This museum is actually his 52 acre Casa de Shenandoah estate. You will learn small things about his life in this museum that is usually not covered by mainstream media.

5. Pinball Hall of Fame
At first look, you might think that pinball machines do not have any significant history. However, on a close look, you will understand the truth is quite different. In this museum, you will be provided with an opportunity to see several kinds of themed pinball machines. Moreover, you will learn about when and how they were discovered. All things considered, this museum is a must-visit place for someone who is a pinball player and is interested to know more about the history of this game.

6. Nostalgia Street Rods
Earlier we discussed the incredible Neon Museum that has amazing signs for public display. But did you know that the Nostalgia Street Rods is a museum that flaunts the amazing cars that are held to great importance in the history of Las Vegas? Along with fabulous cars, you can also have a look at some old appliances that are signed by movie stars at this museum as well.

7. Burlesque Hall of Fame
Burlesque festivals are always celebrated with a bang in Las Vegas. The Burlesque Hall of Fame has a showroom of Burlesque outfits, historical information, and whatnot. Although this museum is smaller as compared to the other entries on our list, it doesn’t lack in providing information by any means. To make things even more interesting, this museum is run by past burlesque queens.

8. Erotic Heritage Museum
Not many museums will provide you information about sex and eroticism. The Erotic Heritage Museum has built its reputation in teaching people about the above-mentioned things in an amazing way. Thus, you can enjoy this two-floor building without worrying about any creeps or weirdos ruining the experience.

9. The Liberace Museum Collection
The name of this museum might give you a hint about the niche of this museum. This place will take you through the most important movement of the late US performer - Liberace. Despite the amazing architecture and collection of items, you will not find a huge queue outside the place to have a chance to visit this museum. In fact, you can enjoy the beauty of this museum in a calm way without any hurries.

10. The Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum
The last entry on our list is the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum which is dedicated to Howard Hughes. This museum is situated at the airport and is considered one of the most underrated museums in Las Vegas. However, in reality, if you are paying a visit to the Las Vegas airport make sure to visit this museum in order to learn interesting facts about air travel.

That wraps up our list of the top 10 most interesting museums in Las vegas. We hope you will find these places quite interesting when visiting Las Vegas. Moreover, if you want to kill some time during visiting these museums, you can check out - https://www.brightstarcasino.com/mobile-casino/

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