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Liberace Museum

Popular Vegas Tourist Attraction
CLOSED OCT 17, 2010

The popular Liberace Museum closed its doors on October 17, 2010 — and the entire collection was put into storage.

Liberace Photo in Las Vegas

Over the years, Liberace fans have LOVED the Liberace Museum. Located just a short drive from the main Las Vegas Strip, it was one of the most popular tourist attractions in Las Vegas...and Nevada :)

Liberace's flamboyant costumes are on display at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

The Museum is divided into two areas: The old section features the Piano & Car Galleries and the new museum features Costumes, Jewelry and Awards.

Liberace's famous sequined, jeweled and rhinestone-studded costumes are on display at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

Piano and Car Galleries
Building One houses Liberace's famous Piano Collection — one of the 18 pianos on display is the rhinestone-covered Baldwin that he used in the finale of his last performance at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

Liberace's famous Piano Collection is on display in Building One at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

This building also displays Liberace's collection of rare Classic Cars.

Did You Know...
Liberace was known around the world as "Mr. Showmanship." Highly acclaimed, he won many prestigious awards over the years, including: "Instrumentalist of the Year," "Best Dressed Entertainer" and "Entertainer of the Year."

And that's not all...he also earned two Emmy Awards, six Gold Albums, and two Stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

Liberace is also listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the "World's Highest Paid Musician and Pianist."

Fun Corporate Events
Make your event a memorable one. The Liberace Museum is a fun and unique venue for Corporate Events, VIP Receptions, Holiday Parties and more.

Group Tours

Group Tours are available for 15 or more people. Contact the Liberace Museum for more info on group tours and discounted rates.

Liberace waves goodbye in Las Vegas


Liberace Museum - one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nevada

Liberace's "Red, White & Blue" Costume on display at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

Costumes & Jewelry
Building Two showcases his Costume and Jewelry Collections, a re-creation of Liberace's Palm Springs bedroom, and the Awards Gallery.

The World's Largest Austrian Rhinestone, on display at the Liberace Museum in Building Two that showcases Liberace's Jewelry and Costume Collections

The World's Largest Austrian Rhinestone
WOW! It's well worth a trip to the Liberace Museum just to see "The World's Largest Austrian Rhinestone" — it's quite a sight!

Other collections include pieces of rare Moser Crystal from Czechoslovakia. Liberace owned Service for 12, with 14 individual glasses for each setting. It is one of two collections ever hand made — the other is owned by Queen Elizabeth II.

Liberace's flamboyant costumes are on display at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

Get an up-close look at Liberace's trademark Candelabra and famous sequined, jeweled and rhinestone-studded Costumes, Feathered Capes and Fur Collection.

Liberace's shoes, boots and costumes on display at Liberace Museum in Las Vegas

The Grand Gallery showcases changing exhibitions — so be sure to visit the Liberace Museum web site for current and upcoming exhibits.

Liberace Cafe & Gift Shop
After touring the museum and visiting the Gift Shop, take a break and enjoy a snack at the Liberace Cafe — it features a selection of soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts.

Liberace Museum Hours
Open daily
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1-5pm. Group discounts for 15 or more.

OLD Free Shuttle Service

Click here for more info on the museum's Free Shuttle Service

More Info
Liberace Museum
Liberace Museum

OLD Address
1775 East Tropicana
(at Spencer)
Las Vegas


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