1775 E. Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas
Liberace (May 16, 1919 - Februar 4, 1987) known and loved throughout the world as “Mr. Showmanship”, was honored with two Emmys, six gold records and two stars on the Holly- wood Walk of Frame.
world-famous Liberace Museum, you`ll see the magnificent collections of pianos, cars, jewelry and costumes.
rare and antique pianos are on display in the Piano Gallery, including a rhine- stone-encrusted Baldwin and a concert grand covered in mirror squares.
lucky enough to have seen Liberace perform will remember the exotic cars which made each stage entrance and exit an event. The Museum offers many of Liberace`s one-of-a-kind automobiles, including the “Stars and Stripes,” a hand-painted red, white and blue Rolls-Royce convertible, another Rolls-Royce clad entirely in mirror tiles, or the 1934 Mercedes Excalibur, covered in Austrian rhinestone.
Perhaps no areas
in The Museum are as popular as those showcasing Liberace`s lavish costume collection and remarkable furs. You will see Liberace`s incredible, rhinestone- lined, full-length Black Diamond Mink cape and the 200-pound “King Neptune” costume, along with the world-famous red, white and blue hot pants suit. And don`t miss the dazzling jewels.
This non-profit museum opens daily
Mon.-Sat.10.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m., Sunday from 1.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m.