Landmarks in the Las Vegas Area

Founded in 1996, the Neon Museum is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, studying and exhibiting iconic Las Vegas signs for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment.

Phone: (702) 387-6366

770 Las Vegas N Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

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Snowball In Vegas is a ten foot cat. It looks like a cat being groomed with its tongue out. It is a work of art and visitors are encouraged to take pictures with it and sharing.

999 S 1st St
Las Vegas, NV

Located on the Las Vegas Strip, High Roller is a 550-feet-tall Ferris wheel owned by Caesars Entertainment Corp. Featuring 28 spacious cabins, it takes 30 minutes to complete one rotation, offering guests a stunning 360-degree view of the city.

Phone: (702) 322-0593

3545 Las Vegas S Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

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The Nevada State Veterans Memorial, Las Vegas serves as a reminder to all that we will forever honor the heroism and spirit of those who have and will serve in our nation's military.

Phone: (702) 486-2500

555 E Washington Ave
Las Vegas, NV

The Mob Museum focuses on providing exciting experience through true stories. It has three floors. The story begins with the 3rd floor telling about the birth of mobs. The stories are so life-like that you feel like a part of it.

Phone: (702) 229-2734

300 Stewart Ave
Las Vegas, NV

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Welcome To Las Vegas Sign is a staple of Vegas. Perhaps the most popular landmark of Las Vegas it is popular all over the world and is always open for pictures 24/7.

5200 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas Community Healing Garden is a garden made to honor the 58 unfortunate victims that we lost due to the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting. They planted 58 trees, and a remembrance wall for everyone to come and mourn for their loss.

Phone: (702) 997-3350

1015 S Casino Center Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

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Hacienda Palomino is the former residence of the king of pop himself, Michael Jackson. More popularly known as the Thriller Villa. The villa has many features such as a Havana cigar bar, an artist's vault and more.

Phone: (786) 223-5393

2710 Palomino Ln
Las Vegas, NV

There is nothing like seeing them in person. The Fountains of Bellagio were destined to romance your senses. Take in a spectacular show of thoughtfully interwoven water, music and light designed to mesmerize its admirers

Phone: (702) 693-7111

3600 Las Vegas S Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

Bellagio Hotel and Casino

Siegfried & Roy Monument pays homage to the famous show and the white tiger Montecore that dragged Roy off the stage after suffering a stroke.

1403 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

The first historic landmark in Clark country, Liberace Mansion is open for public viewing, events, and educational programs. The mansion sports a Baldwin grand piano and more luxury classic items and designs.

Phone: (702) 598-0216

4982 Shirley St
Las Vegas, NV

Boom. Pow. Wow. Our iconic front yard has more bang than ever, thanks to taller explosions, more fireballs and a driving soundtrack from The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart and Indian tabla sensation Zakir Hussain.

Phone: (702) 791-7111

3400 Las Vegas S Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

The Mirage

Red Rock has a 1-way 13-mile scenic drive, hiking and trails, plants and wildlife, camping, cultural resources & more.The Visitor Center offers info and interpretation about recreation. The facility features indoor/outdoor exhibits and a gift shop

Phone: (702) 515-5367

1000 Scenic Loop Dr
Las Vegas, NV

My Vegas Limo Tour offers 1 and 2-hour tours of the Las Vegas Strip in luxurious, chauffeur-driven private limousines for fixed prices. Each tour is personalized and designed to enjoy while sipping on complimentary champagne.

Phone: (888) 628-3290

7318 W Post Rd
Las Vegas, NV

Journey To The West is a classic Chinese novel that narrates the adventures of Priest Xuanzang and his three disciples. Located in Las Vegas is a monument paying homage to the great mythological novel.

4255 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort is the one of the first settlements in Las Vegas and has many antique items that gives you an example of what life was like back then.

Phone: (702) 486-3511

908 N Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

The Dancing Praying Mantis located inside the Downtown Container Park mall is a public art display. The 40 foot tall Praying Mantis lights up at night and also breathes fire.

707 Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV

Downtown Container Park

A replica of the Statue of Liberty, Las Vegas also has it's own located on The Strip. The Statue has lights on at night and is an iconic landmark of the city.

The Bliss Dance Statue located in Park Avenue is a public art display of a naked woman. The statue lights up at night which makes it a popular landmark for pictures.

6 Park Ave
Las Vegas, NV

Binion's Million Dollars located inside the Binion's Gambling Hall is a stack of money that amounts to exactly a million dollars. They can take your picture and print it out to you for free.

128 Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV