1. Neon Museum
The Neon Museum is also known as the Neon Graveyard, featuring more than 200 neon wonders originating as far back as the 1930s. The institution pays special homage to the signage of the city s neon-colored history. Visitors can explore it alone or opt for an hour-long guided tour.
2. Mob Museum
Located near the Neon Museum, the Mob Museum gives the ultimate experience related to organized crime, which includes exploring interactive exhibits, artifacts, and even a crime lab. In 1933, this building was a post office, then a city courthouse and now a museum. You can get a discount on combination tickets for both the Mob Museum and the Neon Museum. The Mob Museum offers only self-guided or audio tours.
3. DISCOVERY Children s Museum
A family-friendly museum located at Symphony Park. A great, fun, and exciting place for kids to come, play, and learn about science, old rocks, fossils, hydraulic power, and investigation techniques. Popular hands-on exhibits include Eco City and Toddler Town.
4. Pinball Hall of Fame
Pinball Hall of Fame is 10,000 square feet of vintage pinball machines ranging from the year 1950s to 1990s. Guaranteed to induce nostalgia. All machines can be played or purchased.
5. Springs Preserve
If you enjoy the outdoors, Springs Preserve is the destination for you. The 180-acre site botanical garden is home to two museums, a Water Works exhibition, a beautiful butterfly habitat, walking trails and Desert Sol. Perhaps the finest attraction is the Flash Flood, a simulated flooding of a 1905 mining town.