Las Vegas is a city dedicated to entertainment, from its glitzy casinos to the shows that dominate the Strip. While all of them are worthy of a go, the three exhibits highlighted in this post were chosen with the Hollywood fan in mind. They celebrate some aspect of pop culture in the way that only a Las Vegas exhibit can.
By Zeke Quezada. Set at the top of the parking garage in an enclosed showroom, this vast collection of cars is both impressive and for sale. If you love cars you will have a very good time walking through this showroom.
One of the classics is a s home with a mix of architectural styles that defies description. The Goumond House, erected in what was a small town during the Great Depression, spoke to the wealth of Prosper Goumond, the owner of a local casino and a dude ranch. Visitors find the stylish house furnished with s decor.
The most underrated supporting characters of all time, ladies and gentlemen: movie cars. Where would the "Fast and Furious" franchise be without the supercharged coupes or Batman without the Batmobile? While Hollywood's elite soaked up the spotlight, the underdogs quietly waited in the wings — until now.
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The vintage-car dealer, based at The Linq Hotel on the Strip, is one of the more unique attractions in the resort corridor but is now shutting its doors. The Auto Collections, essentially a museum with dozens of classic cars on display, is closing to the public Dec. Vehicles, gasoline pumps, collectibles and other items will be available for sale through Feb.
Find the nine best museums in Las Vegas below. The signs provide a fantastic background for photos, or the perfect Vegas selfie. Baking Company.
Regular readers of this website will recognize the name Michael Dezer, the New York and Miami real estate developer whose Florida car collection includes around 1, vehicles, some of which are showcased at The Miami Auto Museum. Several years ago, Dezer purchased a square block along Dean Martin Drive, where he expected to remove the various buildings occupied by various automotive service and specialty shops and to replace them with three high-rise residence towers. But Dezer came up with a Plan B.
Heather says, Don't leave Las Vegas without seeing at least one show. Las Vegas is known as the Entertainment Capital of the World for a reason: there's something to entertain visitors of all types. While it's true most people come to the city to gamble or see one of its lavish productions, there are plenty of attractions to entertain and educate guests as well.