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Museums, Galleries and Collections

Cars, cacti, pinball machines, wax figures and art. They don't have much in common. But you can see them all in Vegas. You can also see organs (the body kind), icthyosaur bones (that's Nevada's state fossil) and a 38-caliber Colt Detective revolver used in the 1929 Valentine's Day Massacre.Take a ride on a super old train that moves slower than the walkers on the nearby trail. Learn way more about the human body than your gym coach ever taught you. From the historical to the just plain badass, you can see it all in Vegas.

Museums, Galleries and Collections

The Art of Richard MacDonald With two locations (one inside the Bellagio, one at CityCenter), visitors can see world-renowned Richard MacDonald's bronze statues of dancers, models or animals.
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Auto Collection at The Quad The Auto Collection at the Imperial Palace is the auto enthusiast's dream. Featuring 350 classic cars that span more than a century, every single one is available for purchase.
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Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art Featuring exhibitions of art and objects from all over the world, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is sure to attract art lovers.
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Bodies...The Exhibition Bodies showcases 13 whole-body specimens and over 260 organs and partial body specimens in an educational experience like none other.
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Discovery Children's Museum More than 100 hands-on exhibits in the arts, humanities and sciences at one of the country's largest children's museums.
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Ethel M Chocolate Factory Tour and Cactus Garden Ethel M Chocolates panders to the sweet tooth in all of us. After the tour, visitors can stroll through the ocotillo, prickly pear and saguaros in the cactus garden.
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Las Vegas Natural History Museum Marine life, Nevada's wildlife and animated dinosaurs are featured, plus a children's hands-on learning room.
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Lost City Museum With artifacts excavated from lost Anasazi sites, Lost City Museum pays homage to Moapa Valley's rich heritage.
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Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Madame Tussauds features more than 100 exquisite wax figures of the world's most famous stars.
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Marjorie Barrick Museum Located on the UNLV campus, The Marjorie Barrick Museum houses modern and contemporary art from the former Las Vegas Art Museum as well as an extensive collection of Pre-Columbian Art.
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Martin Lawrence Galleries Located inside the Forum Shops at in Caesars Palace, the 26,000-square-foot showcase features hundreds of works including pieces from Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Erté, among others. Call (702) 991-5190 for more info.
Mob Museum Located in heart of downtown Las Vegas, the 41,000-square-foot Mob Museum is an interactive attraction showcasing the history of these famed gangsters.
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National Atomic Testing Museum The National Atomic Testing Museum captures all of the history, propaganda and controversy of the nuclear tests that once took place only an hour away from Las Vegas. See 10,000 square feet of interactive displays, short films, timelines and much more. You can even test your own radioactivity!
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Nevada State Railroad Museum Fun for all ages, visitors can ride an authentic train along the same tracks that once carried the cargo for the construction of Hoover Dam. The narration during the train ride offers fun facts about Boulder City and the Southwest desert.
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Nevada State Museum The museum depicts Southern Nevada's plants, animals, fossils and history from the Ice Age to modern times.
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P3 Studio at the Cosmopolitan P3 Studio on the third floor of The Cosmopolitan features contemporary artists from around the world creating interactive installations as part of an innovative artist-in-residence program.
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Penske Wynn Ferrari Maserati A longtime fan of the exquisite craftsmanship of Ferraris, Steve Wynn has created the ultimate tribute to the Italian carmaker with the opening of Penske Wynn Ferrari Maserati.
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Peter Lik Mandalay Located inside the Shoppes at Mandalay Bay, the 3,266-square-foot gallery features 55 of Lik's world-famous photographs, including his famous shots "Sacred Sunrise" and "Eternal Beauty." Call (702) 309-9888 for more info.
Pinball Hall of Fame Pinball aficionados, rejoice! Featuring a total of 141 pinball machines, Pinball Hall of Fame exhibits popular games from the 1950s through the 1990s, including retro arcade games like Super Mario Brothers. The best thing of all? You can play every single one of them. So go ahead and bring that pocketful of quarters.
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Springs Preserve From interactive learning stations and an indoor flood exhibit to the eight-acre botanical gardens and walking trails, Springs Preserve celebrates the colorful nature of Las Vegas.
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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Featuring more than 300 artifacts, as well as breathtaking replicas from the famous ship, the Titanic exhibit truly brings history to life.
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