Las Vegas, Nevada: Liberace Museum (Closed)
- I-15 exit 37, then east on Tropicana Ave.; or I-515 exit 68, then west on Tropicana Ave. On the southwest corner of Tropicana Ave and Spencer St.
- Closed. RIP Liberace Museum 1979-2010.
The world's most flamboyant museum, dedicated to the world's most flamboyant entertainer, in the world's most flamboyant city. Closed forever Oct. 17, 2010. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Liberace Museum: You may have heard by now that the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, will be closing forever on October 17, 2010. [09/22/2010] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About Liberace Museum
This beautiful place is now closed, as the Liberace Foundation cut costs in order to preserve funding for their young performers' scholarships. There is the possibility of a traveling exhibit, but nothing definite about that yet.[Chris, 02/05/2011]
The Liberace Museum will permanently close its doors on October 17th, 2010. After dwindling returns over the past 12 years, the decision was made to close the museum. There is some hope that the items from the collection will be part of a roadshow exhibit.[John Ford Jr, 09/10/2010]
The Liberace Museum exhibits the Largest Swarovski Crystal in the world, valued at $50,000. They claimed at the museum that Liberace kept Swarovski out of bankruptcy by using the crystals on capes, pianos, cars, hard hats, microphones etc. This is a must see attraction![Donna Peacher-Hall, 07/23/2010]