Whether downtown or in the surrounding areas, Southern Nevada offers the chance to experience its past in present day Las Vegas.
Whether it is guiding children or exploring the past, museums in Las Vegas feature unique exhibits coming in the spring.
Get your fill of information from one of these great permanent exhibits in some of Las Vegas’ best museums.
Las Vegas’ glowing history will soon be on display. The city’s new Neon Museum is set to open its doors this Saturday.
You’ll soon be able to see the glowing history of Las Vegas’ past. The Neon Museum will open its doors to the public October 27th.
Museum exhibitions are part of the Las Vegas experience and 2013 promises to be an exciting year with the opening of one new museum, the transformation of another museum and traveling exhibits making a stop in Southern Nevada. Take a break with the family and visit Las Vegas museums like Discovery Children’s Museum, The Neon Museum and so much more.
Las Vegas isn’t necessarily known for its works of art. The most familiar sights of this city are the neon signs of the strip and downtown. However, everyone agrees that the strip can be quite colorful, alluring to gazing eyes from all who visit. Check out these top iconic works of this sleepless city that shine bright for all to see.
Officials in Las Vegas say work is continuing toward a summer 2012 opening of a Neon Museum on a three-acre site that has become the final resting place for brightly lighted signs that once beckoned gamblers to casinos.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A new pedestrian bridge in downtown Las Vegas is a culture hound’s best friend. The bridge dressed up in LED lights connects seven downtown cultural institutions, including the Lied Discovery Children’s Museum, the […]