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  • Atomic Museum

    Atomic Museum

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Kids! 3...2...1...ka-BOOM! It's an atomic bomb!

  • Punk Rock Museum

    Punk Rock Museum

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    12,000 square feet of posters, guitars, photos, combat boots, and safety pins.

  • Last Chance Joe

    Last Chance Joe

    Sparks, Nevada

    35 ft. smiling, one-toothed, white-bearded prospector in a floppy hat. Rescued from abandonment -- lucky guy!

  • Fake King Tut Tomb

    Fake King Tut Tomb

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    After King Tut's appeal to gamblers faded the lavish fabricated tomb was moved from the Luxor casino to a real museum.

Sights for Oddball Excursions

  • Bonnie and Clyde's Death Car

    Bonnie and Clyde's Death Car

    Primm, Nevada

    On display in a casino, along with Clyde Barrow's shirt of death.

  • Toilet Paper Hero of Hoover Dam

    Toilet Paper Hero of Hoover Dam

    Boulder City, Nevada

    A statue immortalizes Alabam, a 1930s dam worker who cleaned the construction site outhouses.

  • Tom Devlin's Monster Museum

    Tom Devlin's Monster Museum

    Boulder City, Nevada

    Special effects artist Tom Devlin's tribute to non-CGI monsters he loves and creates. Freddy, Jason, Pennywise, Maniac Cop, Gingerdead Man.

  • RyanHenge


    Coyote Springs, Nevada

    Built in 2017 next to a landfill, this massive Stonehenge surrounds a map of Earth.

  • Luxor Pyramid and Sphinx

    Luxor Pyramid and Sphinx

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Hotel and casino complex includes a 36-story glass pyramid, a replica Sphinx, and an indoor replica of King Tut's Tomb.

  • Las Vegas - Mighty Mutant

    Las Vegas - Mighty Mutant

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    The short life span of most Las Vegas attractions means you'll always have some place new to spend your money.

  • Neon Museum - The Boneyard

    Neon Museum - The Boneyard

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    A storage yard for all of the old and forgotten signs of Las Vegas, artfully packaged as a collection of neon and city history.

  • The Mob Museum

    The Mob Museum

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    The city's very own chronicle of organized crime and enforcement, in a former courthouse.

  • Flaming Praying Mantis

    Flaming Praying Mantis

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    40-foot-long steel Praying Mantis shoots fire from its antennae outside a shopping mall built of shipping containers.

  • Brilliant! Las Vegas Neon Sign Show

    Brilliant! Las Vegas Neon Sign Show

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Brilliant! is a special music and light show mapped onto a canyon of old signs retired from casinos, lounges, motels and other Vegas business. Part of the Neon Museum/Boneyard.

  • Omega Mart

    Omega Mart

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Sci-fi concept designed as a supermarket: a portal-pocked collision of trippy art and amusing, immersive tourist distractions.

  • The Little A Le Inn: Bar and Motel

    The Little A Le Inn: Bar and Motel

    Rachel, Nevada

    Local watering hole since 1989 has doubled as a tourist attraction for fans of UFOs and nearby top secret Area 51.

  • Magic Carpet Golf

    Magic Carpet Golf

    Reno, Nevada

    Elaborate 66-hole miniature golf course with scores of monsters, dinosaurs, pagan deities and other imaginative giant hazards. Built by Bill Koplin, the father of classic mini-golf.

  • Last Supper and Giant Pink Woman

    Last Supper and Giant Pink Woman

    Rhyolite, Nevada

    Ghost town, Apostle shrouds, and a naked pink giantess at Rhyolite and the Goldwell Open Air Museum.

  • Scheels - Sportsman Attraction

    Scheels - Sportsman Attraction

    Sparks, Nevada

    The world's only sporting goods store with an indoor ferris wheel and animatronic President dummies. And a fudge shop.

  • World Famous Clown Motel

    World Famous Clown Motel

    Tonopah, Nevada

    Thousands of clown dolls are display in the lobby. Next door is an abandoned cemetery.

  • Silver Queen

    Silver Queen

    Virginia City, Nevada

    Haunted hotel features a 16 ft. tall painting of a lady with a dress made of 3,261 silver dollar coins.

  • Walk Through Hoover Dam

    Walk Through Hoover Dam

    Boulder City, Nevada

    Ride 54 stories down into the innards of the tallest arch dam in the USA. Expect to see giant machines, monster pipes, and several dizzying views.

  • Winged Figures of the Republic

    Winged Figures of the Republic

    Boulder City, Nevada

    A pair of angular, giant figures of humanoids with wings stand 30 feet tall, guard the American flag pole, and like to have their feet rubbed. Close for repairs; was supposed to reopen in March 2023, but hasn't yet.

  • Nevada State Museum: Scary Teeth, Mummified Cat

    Nevada State Museum: Scary Teeth, Mummified Cat

    Carson City, Nevada

    Features a replica silver mine in the basement, a dried-up cat found in a desert tree, and a display of bad miner teeth.

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