1775 East Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV

No trip to Las Vegas is complete without a visit to the Liberace Museum, home to the world's largest Rhinestone! The museum has just gone through a major renovation and was rededicated in May of 2002. The improvements include the fabulous new facade and entrance pictured above. The exhibit areas have been updated and rearranged and the costumes and capes will be rotated periodically. The gift shop has been greatly expanded with lots of new Liberace goodies, a new cafe area has also been added just in case you feel faint from the sight of those diamonds.

The museum opened in 1979 and is located in a mini mall called Liberace Plaza. It is now the third most popular attraction in the the state of Nevada. The main building, formerly a bank, holds Liberace's collection of pianos, candelabras and cars. The other section contains exhibits of memorabilia, family photos, antiques, Lee's collection of miniature pianos, Jewelry and many of Liberace's fabulous stage costumes.

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This wonderful figure of Liberace can be found at Madame Tussauds, located in the Venetian Hotel on the Las Vegas strip.