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Halls of Fame

By Published: March 8, 2024Attractions

Most great cities are known for their cultural institutions, museums, and attractions. Detroit features one of the world’s best art collections at DIA, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame put Cleveland on the map, and Seattle has the quirky, lovable and totally true to its personality Museum of Pop Culture. Las Vegas is no exception with The Mob Museum and Neon Museum sharing the unique stories of this Wild West town (which include mafia bloodshed and twinkling lights). Here are three to add to your list.

Don’t miss Liberace: Real and Beyond at Nevada State Museum (closing April 29) featuring rarely seen photographs and ephemera— replete with feathers and rhinestones— that share “Mr. Showmanship’s” classical music upbringing to the development of his persona.

Another individual we can’t get enough of is Princess Diana and her collection of more than 700 artifacts including designer fashions, personal effects, and historic items that are on display at the Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition in The Shops at Crystals. All the snoops out there will enjoy looking through the letters belonging to Diana and the royals.

Look up “quirky” in the encyclopedia of attractions and Madame Tussauds is at the top of the list, an institution that’s impressed the world with lifelike wax figures of famous people for decades. Located in the Grand Canal Shoppes, stop by to snap a pic with Travis Barker, Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, and the Marvel Superheroes all in the same place for one admission price.





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