Loved this museum since I'm a movie and auto fan; they have fantastic movie cars and even ships (Rescue boat from Tom Hanks' Captain Phillips), all for $20 admission. There's even some very rare antique cars and a sweet Vespa scooter gallery. It's also connected to the Liberace car collection if you're into that. Awesome souvenir license plates from movies are sold in a display case near the exit too. Great way to spend an hour or so. It's a bit hot as there isn't A/C but they do have large blowing fans to cool the area. It's about 5 minutes drive from the major In N Out.
I went with few expectations about the museum but I got a big surprise with the place. The museum is super clean and interesting, on the outside it seems small but it has a lot of interesting cars that take you to your childhood memories, also I loved the Captain Phillips lifeboat and Batman cars. And the best part was the excellent attention from Travis guy. He made us feel super comfortable and he even offered us to ask for a cab that took us again to the strip. Definitely it is a very worthy place and it makes me sad that is not a very disseminated in the area. Your should visit!
We discovered the museum on our last day in Vegas while trying to waste time before we needed to go to the airport, and what a perfect ending to our adventure! This place is a hidden gem Vegas! So many neat displays, my favorite was definitely the Liberace collection! We had a teenager with us who said it was one of the highlights of his trip as well, and the customer service was phenomenal, Travis was an outstanding host and made this one of the best experiences we had in Vegas! Fun for the whole family!
We stopped by this afternoon on the first day of our vacation after getting go city passes. It’s definitely worth the visit! We were warmly greeted upon entering and given the rules and directions. Aside from all of the action movie cars you would expect to see, there’s also a good handful oddity cars and other movie cars. My favorite was the Beverly Hillbillies truck which I never would have expected to see. A great way to get away from the chaos of the strip and see something unique!
My son is a diehard car lover. We surprised him with this museum. I believe the kids are free with a paying adult. They sell masks, sunglasses, water, license plates and pop! There's a very clean bathroom inside. We took so many pictures but here are a few. It's off of the strip but not far from it. Please go and enjoy all of the Hollywood movie cars!!