Las Vegas museum tours are a great opportunity to immerse in the historical and cultural aspects of the city in many of its different beautiful museums.
These tend to include The Mob Museum, The Neon Museum, as well as The Clark County Museum.
Las Vegas Museum Tours, Mob, Neon & Clark County Heritage Museum
While you’re at it, visitors also have a chance to tour the ‘ghost town’ and board the old trains for an unforgettable adventure. Pass by the indoor exhibit and learn more about the state’s timeline from centuries gone by to its present dazzling state today – it feels like taking a walk back in time to marvel at Nevada’s remarkable past.
The next stop of a Las Vegas museum tour is at The Mob Museum, also known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. As the name suggests, this museum showcases different aspects of organized crime in an intriguing manner.
The museum, which is located in Downtown Las Vegas, features interactive exhibits for visitors to learn more about the history of renowned gangsters, and the influence they wielded in America and around the world.
The last stop of a museums tour is the Neon Museum and Boneyard. The museum pays tribute to the city’s famed neon-lit signs from the city’s dazzling past. The signs, which are displayed in the outdoors, are an interesting and intriguing sight.
In addition to the museum, the boneyard is also worth checking out as it includes two acres with more than 100 signs. Most of the signs were obtained from casinos and other establishments around Las Vegas – all of which give a glimpse into the city’s past. A tour of the Neon Museum is incomplete without exploring the visitor’s center inside the lobby.
The Las Vegas museum tours are usually inclusive of lunch on the popular Fremont Street.