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If you want to check out celebrated artist, Dale Chihuly's works in Las Vegas, then Chihuly at Bellagio is the best place in town. Get bedazzled by the spectacular chandelier, Fiori di Como, that is the centerpiece of this hotel's lobby. It is just a teaser of what is to come in this esteemed gallery. Their beautiful displays includes artisanal glass works, engraved art and original designs. This place will surely dazzle you with this artist's ingenuity.
This collection is impressive even to those who have visited larger museums in New York and Europe. On display are sculptures and paintings from late 19th- and 20th-century artists, including original works by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh and other European masters. The tour is best appreciated when the audio headphones are used, which are included with admission. Reservations are necessary, as this is a very popular attraction.
The Piano Bar at Harrah's is a perfect destination for entertainment on the Strip. Aside from dueling pianos, the bar also hosts the famous and quirky "Big Elvis" show and karaoke every night. Stop in, grab a drink and enjoy the show!
Harrah's Cabaret often hosts multiple shows a night. You'll find long-running productions here, such as Menopause The Musical and X Country. Tickets are moderately priced and you can enjoy a drink while laughing or singing the night away.
Martin Lawrence Galleries: Las Vegas specializes in fine art, and you'll find pieces from well known artists here: Picasso, Warhol, Chagall, and more. There's also a private collection that's only available for viewing by those who have purchased pieces at the gallery. Located in the luxurious Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace, Martin Lawrence Galleries: Las Vegas is the epitome of luxury.
By far the most famous attraction at the Mirage Hotel is its Volcano. It's the closest it could be to a real volcano. Amidst three acres (1.2 hectares) of water, the volcano comes to life several times every night. It shoots up 54 feet (16.4 meters), spraying smoke and fire. The water below is transformed into streams of "molten lava" as tribal music rounds out the whole experience. Admission is free of charge.