Articles Tagged ‘Atomic Testing Museum’

5 Uniquely Las Vegas Museums

5 Uniquely Las Vegas Museums February 12, 2012 | Things to Do | Read More
Las Vegas has a short but colorful history. The city’s museums tell that history with collections that could happen only in Vegas. Atomic testing, mobsters, and neon get their due, but that’s not all you’ll find. Las Vegas has grown to be synonymous with Southern Nevada, although the...

See Something Off the Beaten Path in Las Vegas

See Something Off the Beaten Path in Las Vegas December 30, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
You’ve seen the Strip. You’ve watched the Bellagio’s fountain show so many times that you know the order of the songs. You yawn when the ship sinks in Sirens and Pirates show at the TI. You need something off the beaten path to do in Las Vegas, something you just don’t hear about...

Photo Friday in Las Vegas: Atomic Vegas

Photo Friday in Las Vegas: Atomic Vegas July 30, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Today’s Photo Friday picture is an oldie but a goodie. “Miss Atomic Bomb” was photographed in 1957 by Las Vegas New Bureau photographer Don English, and the photo became a iconic symbol of the atomically charged 1950s. A Copa Girl from the Sands Hotel, Lee Merlin,  was the lucky woman picked...