10 Coolest Things You Didn't Know You Could Do In Las Vegas
March 13, 2013
BY LARRY OLMSTEAD
People who criticize Las Vegas for a lack of cultural attractions have missed the recent opening of several excellent and significant museums, including the instantly popular 2012 "Mob Museum," officially The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, and the brand new $55 million Discovery Children's Museum - across the street from the new $470 million Smith Center for the Performing Arts and 61-acre Symphony Park. The funkiest of all is the kitschy but very cool downtown Neon Museum (2012), an outdoor walk-through collection laid out like an artful junkyard, connected with walking paths, steps and ramps to showcase the city's neon legacy.