Museums in the Las Vegas Area

Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum was established in 2015. It is owned by Zak Bagans who is the host of Travel Channel's No. 1 rated series Ghost Adventures. The museum is a 11,000-square-foot property built in 1938.

Phone: (702) 444-0744

600 E Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

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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HeadzUP Vegas is an entertainment center with multiple activities for both kids and adults with an Escape Room, 3D Trick Art Museum, and Archery Tag.

Phone: (702) 586-3085

3542 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV

The Boulevard Mall

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They boast the "World's Largest Pinball Collection", the best part...You can play all of them. They machines go back to the 50's. Prices are .25 - .50 cents. They are a non-profit so all proceeds go towards repairs and adding to their collection.

Phone: (702) 597-2627

1610 E Tropicana 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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The LVNHM will engulf you in the world of exotic animals and the environments they live in. Their education programs will teach you about science and nature of not just the Las Vegas Valley or the state of Nevada, but all around the world.

Phone: (702) 384-3466

900 Las Vegas N Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

The DISCOVERY Children's Museum is a 58,000-square-foot, three-story children's museum located in Las Vegas. It is formerly known as Lied Discovery Children museum. It is a non-profit, interactive museum.

Phone: (702) 382-3445

360 Promenade Pl
Las Vegas, NV

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National Atomic Testing Museum was established in 2005. It conserves and illuminates the history, science, and technologies of the Nevada Test Site and the nation's nuclear weapons programs. Basically they specialize in radioactive history.

Phone: (702) 794-5151

755 E Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV

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REAL BODIES at Bally's is authentic, original exhibition on human anatomy. You get to learn a lot about anatomy and what the human body consists of. It serves the visitors of all ages. It is interesting and the exhibit is well-organized.

Phone: (702) 777-2782

3645 Las Vegas S Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

The Erotic Heritage Museum includes Paintings, Sculpture, and other provocative exhibits that interestingly was said to be created by a Preacher and a Pornographer. It's a large 24,000 square foot venue.

Phone: (702) 794-4000

3275 Sammy Davis Jr Dr
Las Vegas, NV

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Shangri-La Prehistoric Park is run by a retired teacher who is very knowledgeable. It is quirky, cool, fun, and educating. It is also called as The Dinosaur House and has around 10,000 visitors a year.

Phone: (702) 555-1212

733 Greenway Rd
Las Vegas, NV

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At Nostalgia Street Rods, you can get tours of their Hot Rod Automobile Collection and Memorabilia for $20. It features an impressive collection of classic cars, hot rods, and racing cars. The place is very informative and the staff is very friendly.

Phone: (702) 876-3652

5375 Cameron St
Las Vegas, NV

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The Burlesque Hall of Fame is the world’s only museum dedicated to preserving the living legacy of burlesque as an artform and cultural phenomenon, with a collection of costumes, stage props, photographs, and more on display.

Phone: (888) 661-6465

1027 S Main St
Las Vegas, NV

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Nevada State Museum is an educational institution which helps in better understanding of Nevada's history. It is a modern museum with modern exhibits, movies, and genuine historical items.

Phone: (702) 486-5205

309 S Valley View Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

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Jim Forte Postal History brings to their customers a look into the past through mail history. They have selections from WWII, military, and more. Some of the items are also for sale.

Phone: (702) 222-0355

8919 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV

Marjorie Barrick Museum was established 1967. It was founded by the Desert Research Institute. It is Southern Nevada's fine art museum. It is a great place to learn. It held its first contemporary art exhibit in 1986.

Phone: (702) 895-3381

4505 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV

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Lonnie Hammargren's Museum Home is located off Flamingo and Sandhill. It brings some great memories or some insights on how people live. It features mock ups of spacecrafts, space stations, political history, and more.

Phone: (702) 596-6669

4300 Ridgecrest Dr
Las Vegas, NV