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The Best Galleries and Collections in Las Vegas

28 Apr 2017 0 , , ,

The Best Galleries and Collections in Las Vegas

If you are looking for a break from the glitz and glamour that Las Vegas is famous for, perhaps you can opt for an afternoon of culture at some of the most unique galleries in the state.

Las Vegas is home to a series of galleries and collections that will truly astound you. These galleries may not be as well known or advertised as some of the other attractions available in the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’, but they offer a different side to Las Vegas. This is a side that is definitely worth exploring.

We have compiled a list of some of the best galleries in the Las Vegas area. Check these out the next time the delightful chaos and mayhem of the Strip becomes a little bit too much!

The Neon Museum – This collection is a fascinating place that is well placed in the city’s Cultural Corridor. The Neon Museum boasts an extensive neon sign collection that dates back to the 1930s. This fascinating collection tells the story of how this famous city erupted, and it celebrates the narrative of the city in a way that is fun and well loved by the local community. The signs may seem haphazard in the gravel space, but the passionate guided tours will help you to understand how each sign has made its mark somewhere in the city.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art – This gallery was one of the first to offer art exhibitions in the city. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art offers an array of fascinating and beautiful exhibits, all thanks to its partnerships with Boston’s Museum of Fine Art and San Diego’s Museum of Contemporary Art. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art has seen recent exhibitions featuring work by renowned international artists such as Claude Monet and David Hockney.

Big Springs Gallery – This is a gallery dedicated to sustainability and one that celebrates the desert environment it calls home. Big Springs Gallery is a peaceful and reflective space that is well worth a visit if you are staying or living at one of the local Las Vegas condos, such as Allure.

This gallery offers work by local and regional artists who are influenced by the desert, and/ or whose art takes inspiration from the glitz and the glamour of the center of Las Vegas. Big Springs Gallery is an interactive experience that uses a range of multimedia works.

Barrick Museum – While originally a natural history museum, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Fine Art now focuses more on art exhibitions. That said, fans of natural history displays will not be disappointed, as this still remains a secondary focus. The museum frequently updates the displays, the breadth of which can range from photography, paintings and sculpture. The Marjorie Barrick Museum celebrates all aspects of contemporary art while remaining free for visitors of all ages.

If you have any questions about life in Las Vegas feel free to contact Steven Khalilzadegan at 702-810-6039 he has lived in Las Vegas since 1999 and loves to talk about the town.

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