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Las Vegas Art Museum
A Smithsonian Affiliate, this federally and locally funded museum features seasonal exhibits from various artists across all genres.  The Las Vegas Art Museum also features traveling Smithsonian exhibits throughout the year, and many different types of art classes.
9600 West Sahara Avenue • Tel 702.360.8000

Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Dedicated to educating the public in the natural sciences, this museum offers interactive exhibits, educational programs, and has a special section on Nevada wildlife.
900 Las Vegas Boulevard North • Tel 702.384.3466

Liberace Museum
Liberace’s extravagant sense of style is well represented in the museum’s collections. Examples of late entertainer’s ornate costumes and jewelery are impressive for their audacity and craftsmanship. A collection of his specially modified luxury automobiles also showcases Liberace’s sensibilities. But lest anyone think that Liberace was all flash and no artistic substance, a collection of 18 rare and antique pianos are also in the museum.
1775 E Tropicana Ave • Tel 702.798.5595

Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum - Las Vegas
Featuring realistic icons of this era and of Las Vegas, most notably, Elvis Presley, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Tony Bennett. The museum also features, Seigfreid & Roy, Wolfgang Puck, Lance Burton, Frank Sinatra, and many more.
3377 Las Vegas Blvd South • Tel 702.862.7899

The Arts Factory
A museum of artists, photographers, graphic designers & galleries under one roof.  Although most offices are closed to the public, two galleries are open for public perusal--Subversive Souvenirs, which offers unique collectibles by local artists, and the Smallworks Gallery, which features international talent.
101 East Charleston Boulevard • Tel 702.676.1111

Imperial Palace Classic & Antique Car Collection
Over 350 classic automobiles are featured in this museum / high end dealership.  This collection takes up the top floor of a converted parking garage, carpeted and cordoned to present the cars in a museum setting. It is a tribute to classic autos from all over the world and includes cars once used by Elvis Presley, past U.S. Presidents and Hitler.
3535 Las Vegas Blvd S • Imperial Palace • Tel 800.634.6441