Museums In Las Vegas, Nevada
Enjoy Las Vegas museums like Madame Tussauds, Pinball Hall of Fame, Zak Bagen’s Haunted Museum, National Atomic Testing Museum, Neon Museum, Mob Museum, and more!
If you are into wax people you are going to be stoked! First opened in 1999 Madame Tussauds this location is the first in america and brags over 100 life like celebrities on display. Located in the Venetian Hotel this is the easiest way to guarantee your celebrity encounter while in Vegas!
Powered by the Las Vegas Collectors Club this is our attempt to house the largest display of pinball machines in the World. Spread over 10,000s/f you are almost guaranteed to find the pinball game you fell in love with as a kid. If you are curious, yes all machines are able to be played and enjoyed as they were meant to be, hands on is definitely our kind of museum.
This classic racing car museum features cobras and mustangs on display. The museum is located at 6405 Ensworth St. You will find out the history of Carroll Shelby, professional race car driver and the history of the racing cars made by Shelby
Calling all ghost hunters. This museum is located at 600 E. Charleston Blvd. Featured on the TV show Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel. There are 30 different rooms, winding hallways, secret passages add to the paranormal feel of this tour.
The museum at 755 E. Flamingo Road is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute. It documents the history of atomic testing at the Nevada test site. There is an amazing Area 51 exhibit.
This eccentric museum features signs from old casinos and other businesses displayed outdoors on 2.62 acres. Located at 770 N. Las Vegas Blvd, reservations are recommended for the night tours. This museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, studying and exhibiting Iconic Las Vegas signs for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment.
Count’s Kustoms is located at 2714 S. Highland Ave. They offer free tours. This Hot Rod and Chopper customization/restoration shop has been a regular guest on TV show “Pawn Stars”. The shop has a TV show on the HIstory Channel called “Counting Cars”.
Well known as the home of the hit TV show “Pawn Stars”. Not only can you visit the pawn shop you see on tv but you can also hang out in the complex next to the store they built for the fans. Meet Chumlee at the candy shop every day until noon. If you buy some candy you get a free selfie! This shop is located at 713 S. Las Vegas Blvd. and has vintage toys, sports memorabilia and many collectibles.
This museum is located at 3rd Street and Stewart Avenue in the Downtown/Fremont area. The inside view of organized crime in Las Vegas and how it came about. You will hear the real stories and actual events in Mob history. The interactive museum, reenactment of mob cases in the courtrooms.