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1775 East Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
  • It is my considered opinion that one cannot truly say you have had the ultimate Vegas experience until you have paid a visit to the Liberace Museum
  • It's amazing to see so much stuff in rhinestones- pianos, clothes and cars, among them
  • The sad thing is that so many younger people don't know who Liberace was, but taking them on a field trip here will definitely pique their curiosity

    • by writergal
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      It is my considered opinion that one cannot truly say you have had the ultimate “Vegas” experience until you have paid a visit to the Liberace Museum. This one-of-a-kind tribute to the career of one of the greatest showmen of his time is everything you would expect from this town: gloriously gaudy, glittery and full of- let’s just say it- tacky

      fun.

      Exhibited is a collection of the late Liberace’s professional and personal items.

      The museum is housed in three storefronts, displaying the entertainer’s pianos, cars, costumes and jewelry, including gifts from royalty.

      It’s amazing to see so much stuff in rhinestones- pianos, clothes and cars, among them.

      Very bright inside there! I admit I already had my own preconceived idea of ...


      • what this place would be like.

        It, however, exceeds even my wildest imagination and the piano music playing in the background adds to the surreal experience.

        The sad thing is that so many younger people don’t know who Liberace was, but taking them on a field trip here will definitely pique their curiosity.

        For older people, it will bring back those

        long ago times when there were actually entertainers who were gracious and unspoiled.

        There is, of course, the inevitable gift shop where you can purchase postcards and some “Shiny” memorabilia for yourself.

        There is a fee to gain entrance, $12.

        50 for adults, $8.

        50 for students and seniors and free for kids 5 years old or younger.

        It might sound a little steep, but it is well worth the price.




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