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Tom Devlin's Monster Museum aims to preserve the art and history of makeup and monsters in this fun walk through gallery of Tom's art. The museum is a collection of Screen Used props from films that Tom has worked on as well as custom art pieces he...more
Highlight of my trip, discovered these guys on Instagram and being a huge monster fan it was the no 1 spot I wanted to visit while in Vegas! It’s in Boulder City, 30 minutes from Vegas... great muesem, great stuff to buy in the shop...More
This is a small place with big monsters. I was surprised by the amout of horror movie characters that were here and up close for you to be near. Some were so life like that they were scary. My 5 year old nephew loved some...More
The clerk was a bit rude when I asked if the Museum offered AAA discounts and he said, No, we do Locals' Discounts. I asked, "Would you like to see my photo ID?" He said "Well DUH since I just mentioned Locals' Discounts and you...More
The props and the animatronics are scary good and the information learned about the movies that had these monsters in them is so knowledgeable. The service by staff is good and respectful, and they know how to talk to the customer in a polite manner.
Live locally and have been debating a bit on heading over. I have a son with Autism and scary things like haunted houses can be iffy for him.This was great. If you love old or new horror movies this is a must! My son loved...More
This museum is a must see when you’re in Boulder City. The family is amazing and super friendly. The museum is quaint yet exciting and well worth it. If you’re a movie buff of any kind, you’ll enjoy every bit of this place.
I highly recommend stopping to see this wonderful museum. The displays are well done. Mr Devlin was very nice to visit with. I love the classic monsters and it was such fun to see the progression of film and makeup throughout time.
If you just want to look at the displayed figures you can get through in 5 to 10 minutes or so. If you want to read the background material, really examine the craftsmanship and watch the informational videos you could spend... More
If you just want to look at the displayed figures you can get through in 5 to 10 minutes or so. If you want to read the background material, really examine the craftsmanship and watch the informational videos you could spend 30 minutes or more. It really depends on how indepth you want to get during your visit.