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The Auto Collections

  • 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. S Map It
  • Center Strip

Updated 05/28/2014

Fodor's Review

Collectively billed as the "world's largest classic car showroom," the 150 antique, classic, and special-interest vehicles at this attraction on the fifth floor of the self-park garage of The Quad Resort & Casino (formerly the Imperial Palace) will keep gearheads entertained for hours. All the vehicles on the lot are for sale, so the collection is constantly changing. But at any given time you might see "famous" cars, like the Trans Am that acted as the pace car at the 1983 Daytona 500, or cars that once belonged to famous people, like the '39 Chrysler the late Johnny Carson rode in to his senior prom. Many of the cars are just vintage rides: a supercharged '57 T-Bird, or the immaculate '29 Rolls-Royce Springfield Phantom I straight out of The Great Gatsby. Free admission coupons are available online.

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The Quad, 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

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Sight Details:

  • $12.95 adults, $8.95 kids under 12
  • Daily 10–6

Updated 05/28/2014


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Nov 19, 2008

Very good car museum

This is a museum of vintage cars, all for sale if you've got the money and desire for one. Unlike some other Las Vegas museums, this one has a substantive collection, and the presentation is both pleasing and informative. Check around to see if you can find a free admission coupon for it -- they're out there -- and if you can get one, this museum becomes a real bargain.

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Sep 23, 2007

Nice quick activity

If you love vintage cars this is a place for you. They had about 100 cars which each had a bio and some were available to buy.. if you are rich. It was fun to do, took about 15-20 minutes to view everything. Fortunately I had free tickets, I dont think I would have paid over $5 if I had to. Not many people were there and the overall atmosphere was a little drabby.

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