Las Vegas Museums

              Las Vegas Natural History Museum
  As an affiliate of the Smithsonian Museum you'll see a vast array of artifacts depicting the history of the world. From dinosaurs to the treasures of Egypt this will prove to be a memorable day out while visiting Las Vegas.

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The National Atomic Testing Museum
The title of this museum pretty much tells you what you can expect throughout their 12,000 unique artifacts. If you want to learn about the history, development and testing of atomic energy no place in the world offers a better perspective.

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The Neon Museum
Known as the bone yard to locals the Neon Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Las Vegas through their unique collection of signs that graced iconic Las Vegas hotels and related memorabilia.
With a 2 acre bone yard your sure to see relics that bring back memories or brings you up to speed about Las Vegas' past. Guided tours by knowledgeable staff will make you an expert on Las Vegas!

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The Mob Museum
If you want to get "made" in Las Vegas you'll be sure to spot a few wise guys here while they visit to reminisce about days gone by, or have they?!?!  
Displaying the history of the notorious battles between organized crime and law enforcement, you'll learn about the history of the mob as well as  J. Edgar Hoovers' personal war against the Mafia.  You'll be able to call yourself a wise guy after visiting!

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Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas
The history of the silver state from dinosaurs to show girls. The Nevada State Museum is part of Springs Preserve, a 180-acre attraction in Las Vegas, featuring botanical gardens, museums, family events, traveling exhibits, and hiking trails. 
If your a history buff or just want to learn a bit about the history of Nevada be sure to put this one on your bucket list. Easy on the pocket and a great day out for the family.

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Madame Tussauds Wax Museum 
Party with the star at the Venetian Las Vegas. Madame Tussauds features the most life like wax replicas of the top stars! From Angelina Jolie to cultural icons this is your best photo op in Las Vegas!

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Carroll Shelby Museum
This one is for the motor heads! If you want to tour The Shelby Museum this is the best coupon ever...'s free! That's right, no bait and switch, just show up and it's 100% free!!!
From the first Cobra CSX2000 ever produced to the best cars produced by Shelby. An excellent way to kill a few hours and the price is right!

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Clark County Heritage Museum
If your a Pawn Star's fan this is the museum Mark is the curator for. It's received 4.5 stars on Yelp and is a 30-acre site that features a modern exhibit hall. The best part is it only cost $2.00 to get in. Sorry I doubt we'll be able to get you any coupons on this one!
This museum has it all. From the Ice age to the present covering an array of Las Vegas, Clark County, history. If you plan to visit this be sure to budget at least 4 hours to make the rounds.

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The Quad Auto Collection
Here's another one for the auto enthusiast. The auto collection at the Quad is pretty appealing as its strip central and features over 200 antique automobiles. Just don't fall in love with one as most of them are offered for sale! The price is right and the selection is diverse.

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Discovery Children's Museum
This museum promotes a diverse selection of educational fields and is designed to promote interaction between parents and children. It features a 5,000 Sq. Ft. building and is a nice way to entertain the kids visiting Las Vegas. Touch, see feel over 100 exhibits.

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McCarran Aviation History Museum
Here he is again, Mark Hall-Patton, from Pawn Stars.He's the Museum Administrator... ...this guy gets around! Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum is located in McCarran International Airport so if you have a little time to kill before your flight ... ....why not. Visitors will enjoy the history of aviation from 1920's to the introduction of jet engines.

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Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art
Located on Fremont Street it gives you a reason to visit downtown "Old Las Vegas." With over 20,000 square feet of exhibition space, soon to 30k, this venue is sure to please your desires. The SNMFA Emporium provides exhibit space for local, regional and International artists to display their current work.

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