Las Vegas, Nevada: Liberace Museum (Closed)

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.

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Another facelift for Liberace

The newly remodeled Liberace Museum, a shrine to Las Vegas taste and to the man who embodied it, has opened. Its rhinestone-encrusted ribbon was cut by Siegfried and Roy, who arrived in Liberace's pink Rolls Royce convertible.... [06/08/2002] Complete News Story

Liberace Museum

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.

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