Take a break from the Las Vegas casino scene and see its fascinating museums on this guided, 7-hour tour. Visit three of the best museums in Sin City, including the Mob Museum, officially known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement; the Neon Museum, dedicated to preserving the city’s most iconic art form — the neon sign; and the Clark County Museum, a 30-acre site featuring a collection of restored buildings that depict daily life from different decades in Las Vegas. Entrance fees, lunch and a hotel pickup/drop-off included.
Tour the top museums in Las Vegas
Take a break from the casino culture and try something new
Learn about organized crime, neon signs and the Las Vegas of yesteryear
Fabulous tour! The three museums in Vegas you must see. Even if you have been before, they are always adding exhibits and new items. Buck(our Tour Guide) was extremely friendly and knowledgeable about the history of the city. I can't say enough about how much fun the day was. We'll definitely do it again on a future trip.
just felt that this tour was sub par. the bus we were on had obstructed windows, so we could not see anything that the driver was trying to show. no photos. The Tour is over priced and we did not go to the Neon Museum at all. it was replaced with the Natural History Museum. Waste of time for Adults. The Mob Museum was great, but we could have done that ourselves. The
I really enjoyed this tour was neat to see and learn about the history of Las Vegas and its first settlers. Then about the strip and the old signs in the neon lights bone yard. I would love to go back and see that at night because some of the lights still work at night and it must be a spectacular view. Then the Mob museum was really really interesting and so much to see and learn. Great tour
3 museums were quoted by Viator - Clark County, Neon Light and Mob Museum. On tour we were informed that the Neon light tour was booked out for the entire summer not advised by Viator and would be replaced by the Natural History Museum. All told I would rather have ignored the replacement and spent more time in the other two as both the Clark County and Mob Museums have lots to see and I felt rushed.