If you enjoy antiques or if you are an automobile buff, this is one attraction you don't want to miss. Housed inside The ... More
The Auto Collections
If you enjoy antiques or if you are an automobile buff, this is one attraction you don't want to miss. Housed inside The Quad Resort & Casino , you will find Johnny Carson's 1939 Chrysler Royal Sedan and President John F. Kennedy's 1962 Lincoln Continental Towne Limousine among the collection. More than 250 vehicles are housed here and you learn about their history on a self-guided tour. Find the perfect gift at the museum gift shop.
We just went here, and they had an amazing collection of rare cars, some worth 2 million dollars. Many unique cars also, with chopped tops and low riders. Make sure you go into casino first and get the coupon for 3$ off, very inexpensive and lots to see. And if you have a couple thousand dollars laying around, you can actually buy the cars.
Always something new because its a business with moving inventory. Enjoyed the cars of my youth and beyond and the dream of purchasing one. And you can't beat the price. Coupons for free admission are everywhere.
highly recommended as a free attraction in vegas. coupon in local hotel magazines or printout from their website.
as opposed to looking at wax dolls for $24 admission and half the inventory at other vegas locations, this is certainly not a ripoff even at their regular price.
go to see spectacular cars is incredible shape in a museum-like setting, take your time and read placards on each vehicle describing a brief history.
The best thing about the car show is that it's not hard to get into for free. Tickets are often handed out in front of the casino, and can be cut out from local free papers. The collection changes from time to time, but you can always count on seeing something unusual!
When I inquired at the Imperial Palace information desk about the auto show, they gave me free admission tickets. I was surprised with the amount of cars on display. 99% of them were up for sale so they have an interest in getting people up to the 5th level of the parking garage to look over the vehicles. The cars were fantastic. Many of them brought back memories from my childhood (I'm 52). I took lots of pictures. It would have been nice to be able to sit behind the wheel but that was not an option. Of course of you were planning on buying one of these cars you may be able to get behind the wheel. I don't know how many cars were on display but it must have been well over 100. I would recommend the car show to anyone even if your not a car buff.
I am a woman and I like to see the autos. Every time I come to Las Vegas i visit the autos. They always have different cars every time I visit. i saw three different Herbie the Love bug.
I always find some place that is giving free tickets to auto collection away and I would pay to get in if I had to. Can't wait to go back.
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