Liberace Museum Las Vegas (Closed)

 
Liberace Museum is a fascinating place to visit in Las Vegas. The beautiful antique pianos, the gorgeous stage outfits, his fabulous jewelry and cars are all on display. The museum has a "walk of fame" with highlights of Liberace's career.

The museum is located in two buildings. One houses his many pianos- those that he played and those "antique" ones that he collected. There is also a collection of his cars. The other building houses his costumes, a gift shop , and small coffee shop. There is a free shuttle which leaves from select Strip hotels.

The Liberace Museum is open: Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday from Noon to 4 p.m. closed Mondays. Liberace Foundation and Museum members – free admission.

Children age 10 or under are admitted with no charge and must be accompanied by an adult. Second Sundays free to Nevada residents. If you arrive at the Museum by taxi or bus, show your receipt or transfer ticket at the register desk to receive $2.00 off the adult ticket price Liberace was and will always be one of the greatest entertainers of all time.
 
Liberace Museum
Liberace Museum Las Vegas
 
The Liberace Museum is located in the Liberace Plaza at 1775 E. Tropicana Avenue Las Vegas. The Liberace Museum closed its doors for good in 2010. A victim of the bad economy and its off the strip location.
 
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