Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5 out of 5 by AmyT15 Excellent Experience
Ask for Steve - warm, funny character with good stories. Property was amazing. Learning about Mr. Newton's wonderful life was very heart warming.
September 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by mmartin A must see!
This is a very personal tour of Wayne Newton's compound. I figured there wouldn't be much to see, but I was amazed by both everything I learned about Wayne Newton as well as all of the very personal items that he had on display for the public. Most of the people on the tour, and at his show were fairly old, but me and my girlfriend are in our early 30's and we thought the tour was one of the best things we've done in Vegas.
**There was a guy there who said he'd been to graceland twice and that Wayne Newton's tour was hands-down a far better experience.
September 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by Toriell Gorgeous property and well maintained.
I was so impressed with the entire tour, right from the beginning to end. Scenery was amazing, grounds were gorgeous and green, horses were beautiful and the house was so interesting! Our tour guide Steven was entertaining, knowledgeable and funny. Learned many little tidbits about Wayne Newton, but was also very excited to see his lovely show horses and other small animals. It was also nice to get away from the strip and see another side of Las Vegas. Highly recommend it!
September 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tourist66 The Wayne Newton Tour is well worth the money!
My husband and I took the Platinum tour which included the museum, horses swimming and training, viewing the exotic zoo and touring Wayne Newtons Home. Our tour guide was Joan and she was a wealth of information about Wayne Newton the entertainer and also as a person who has contributed so much to the armed forces and the community. We had a great time. The ranch is beautiful and so well kept. The home is so elegant. Joan shared a lot of personal facts and stories about Wayne Newton. There is also a short documentary film at the beginning of the tour. This tour is well worth the money. I would give it 10 stars!!
August 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by msmonica Excellent Tour
This is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon away from the casinos. Our tour guide Connie was welcoming, informative, and entertaining! The tour is extensive and well worth the money.
August 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Randy618 Wonderful experience
I was on the Diamond Tour. I was the only one on that particular tour on that day. My experience could not have been better. The shuttle drivers were very friendly. They even dropped me off at my hotel rather than the hotel where I had to be picked up. Everyone at the visitor's center was also friendly. My tour guide has been working with Mr. Newton for 25 years so knew so much about him as well as the ranch. My tour was nearly 4 hours and I saw everything at the ranch including all the rooms in the house. This was one of the most enjoyable experiences in Las Vegas.
July 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Linette47 One of the most comprehensive and interesting tours I have taken
The Museum, stables, mansion and homestead were very interesting. We booked the "Diamond" tour and felt like VIP's throughout. Fran , our guide was so knowledgeable about Mr. Newton's life and career. We loved the little anedotes and inside information too. Being up close with the beautiful Arabians was a special treat. What majestic animals! The museum had so many items that it is impossible to see it all on one trip. We'll definitely be back for another round. We learned so much abuot Mr. Newton that the public is unaware of He is a very patriotic and philantropic man and has done so much for the veterans and our country besides being the consummate entertainer.
June 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ginny56 A home filled with beautiful treasures
My initial reason for taking this tour was reading, 'see how the other half lives' (Vegas.com). I was more impressed learning about the real Mr. Las Vegas--the person himself. The fact that President Reagan comes to Casa de Shenandoah for a private fundraiser in 1982, says a lot of their friendship (especially following the 1980 probe into Mr. Newton's alleged mob connection) plus he attended former First Lady Nancy Reagan's funeral. And the fact that Mr. Newton succeeded Bob Hope as chairman of the USO Celebrity Circle--how great is that!
And the icing on the cake--Mrs. Newton (Kathleen) was present during our tour and she came out to shake hands--awesome! Of all the beautiful treasures we saw in this spectacular home, my favorite was the Big Eyes paintings (Margaret Keane) and the Clown paintings (Red Skelton).
June 13, 2016