Many of the exhibits at this AAA GEM museum are temporary, but you can see things like an exhibit about Michael Jackson that includes outfits he performed in and items from the iconic “Thriller” music video. The temporary exhibits feature items from celebrated artists spanning music genres like rhythm and blues, jazz, doo-wop, rock and punk.
This restaurant specializes in delicious burgers and over-the-top drag performances, so if that’s your thing, this is the place to be. Several days a week, you can dine and enjoy a show, including a cabaret Saturday evening, the Broadway Brunch on Sunday and celebrity impersonators on the first Saturday of each month.
Wind your way through a sea of capes, feathers, headpieces, masks, rhinestones and sequins in what is purportedly the largest collection of New Orleans Mardi Gras costumes. This museum operates on limited hours, but they make up for it with the sheer quantity of sparkling dresses and a photo-op section where you can try on glittering outfits and snap photos.
The Avengers have invaded Las Vegas at this heroic display of costumes and props used by the characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At the S.T.A.T.I.O.N. are several versions of Ironman’s armor as well as Captain America’s suit and Thor’s battle-ready attire. You’ll also have the chance to admire the costumes of Ant-Man, Black Widow and Hawkeye.
You aren’t boldly going where no person has gone before at this AAA GEM, but you can visit the Exploring New Worlds exhibit (scheduled through fall 2018) to peruse props and costumes from the original Star Trek series. The museum also pays homage to other sci-fi/fantasy media in exhibits like Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic that display props and costume from movies and TV programs including “The Chronicles of Narnia,” “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Wizard of Oz.”