Category: Art & Cultural

City – A massive, 1.5-mile-long art sculpture built

Described as a display featuring and merging multi-cultural styles, practices and construction including Egyptian as well as pre-Columbian cities in Central and South America.   Originally funded and created by artist Michael Heizer.   Access is permitted strictly by advance reservations – currently being booked months in advance. Reservations are available via the foundation’s website: […]

Lost City Museum

The Lost City Museum, originally known as the Boulder Dam Park Museum, was built in 1935 by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps. The National Park Service created the museum to exhibit artifacts recovered from local prehistoric archaeological sites, most of which were flooded when the Colorado River was dammed to form Lake Mead. Previously, […]

Nevada Historical Society

Our gallery is broken into two sections focusing upon the State’s History. The first is called Nevada: Prisms & Perspectives, broken into five crucial stories about life in the Silver State, but all five are intimately related to each other. The second section is called Biggest Little City in the World, that focuses upon Reno’s […]

Clark County Museum

The Clark County Museum is a function of Clark County Parks and Recreation, which is accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies. The museum is a 30-acre site that features a modern exhibit hall with a timeline exhibit about southern Nevada from pre-historic to modern times and a collection of restored […]

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

To inspire, through educational exhibits and programs, a better understanding and appreciation of the natural world, the sciences, and ourselves. Devoted to educating the public about the natural sciences both past and present. Exhibits include prehistoric life, wildlife, African galleries, a wild Nevada gallery and much more. Exhibits could include: Treasures of Egypt Engelstad Family […]

Liberace Museum Collection

The Liberace Museum Collection represents the most influential artifacts in the history of show business. Countless artists were influenced by the man whose style came to define Las Vegas. Too vast for one location, there are two primary locations: The Liberace Garage, a museum focusing on the extraordinary Liberace automobiles and related artifacts from the […]

The Burlesque Hall of Fame

Our mission is to inspire, educate and entertain the public, fostering an appreciation for and understanding of the unique history and heritage of vintage American Burlesque–including but not limited to the art, artifacts and personal histories of the art’s biggest names and brightest stars. There is no nudity or improper displays. Burlesque Hall of Fame, […]

Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum

In the Beginning Aviation first came to Las Vegas in 1920. Randall Henderson, well-known as a newspaper publisher in Blythe, California, and later as the founder and editor of Desert magazine, is less known for his aviation barnstorming career. However, flying a borrowed Curtis JN-4 “Jenny”, Henderson became the first pilot to land in Las […]

Neon Museum

The Neon Museum was established as a non-profit organization in 1996 to collect and exhibit neon signs, the classic Las Vegas art form. Dedicated individuals from the private sector as well as corporate and government entities have worked tirelessly to promote the preservation of these national treasures. The Neon Museum’s mission is to collect, preserve, […]