Tripps Travel Network shares a hidden asset of Las Vegas— museums. This fun city can present knowledge in an exciting and warm way for tourists looking for that something extra.
Tripps Travel Network encourages travelers to learn more about Nevada at several local museums. The Clark County Museum offers a ghost town and tour of historic homes. The Nevada State Railroad Museum gives guests the opportunity take a train trip to Boulder City. Visitors can learn about the mining industry, fossils, geology and much more at the Nevada State Museum.
Use regional museums to delve into history. The Mob Museum is a must-see, advises Tripps Travel Network. Explore artifacts and pueblos at the Lost City Museum. Get an upclose look at a time forgotten at Titanic: the Artifact Exhibit.
Tripps Travel Network suggests that guests can get in touch with nature at the Springs Preserve. The Las Vegas Natural History Museum offers visitors the chance to learn all about animals, marine life and prehistoric creatures. Observe the beauty in a desert oasis at the Ethel M. Chocolate Factory and Botanical Gardens.
If vehicles are of interest, then head over to the Auto Collections at The LINQ. The Hollywood Cars Museum features popular vehicles from television shows and movies.
Vegas offers some unique museums as well. Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah lets visitors access Wayne Newton’s estate. Take a peek at the world’s largest collection of pinball machines at the Pinball Hall of Fame. Elvis fans can check out Graceland Presents Elvis: The Exhibition. Madame Tussauds is a 30,000-square foot tribute to wax figures of celebrities.
Tourists with an eye for fine art have their pick of museums as well. Martin Lawrence Galleries is filled with masterpieces. The Marjorie Barrick Museum is home to both contemporary and Pre-Columbian art. Tripps Travel Network adds that sculptures can be seen at the Art of Richard McDonald. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art displays the work of many celebrated artists.
Tripps Travel Network is proud to highlight some of the lesser-known attractions of Vegas. Museums can add another element to any vacation, especially in this part of Nevada.
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