Founded in 1950, this is one of Nevada's oldest museums. In 1997, the facility moved to the Sahara West Library Fine Arts ... More
Las Vegas Art Museum
Founded in 1950, this is one of Nevada's oldest museums. In 1997, the facility moved to the Sahara West Library Fine Arts building. It hosts several exhibitions in its spacious environs that cover 30,000 square feet. Many art forms are highlighted; however, the heavy emphasis is on contemporary art. The museum has an exceptional permanent collection and maintains Smithsonian standards. Admission: USD6 for general, USD5 for seniors, USD3 for students and free for children under 12.
This place is the biggest rip off in Las Vegas. $6 to get in, and there is no more than twenty pieces of art to see. They watch you like you might steal some of this junk called art. The gift store is shut down all together, no doubt the rest will follow shortly. Dont waste your time!
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