Paradox Museum Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV
3767 Las Vegas Blvd S Ste 200 • Las Vegas, NV 89109
Step into the world of Paradox Museum! This Las Vegas Museum offers larger-than-life exhibits with out-of-this-world concepts, utilizing the innovative power of science and technology. The word paradox is defined as objects and people having seemingly contradictory qualities—the kind display you’ll see here, mind-twisting, yet educational experience for all!
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Paradox Museum is open 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm daily, and the last entry before closing is 1 hour & 20 minutes—subject to change, so please check the website, especially during the holidays.
The museum entrance is on the Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas BLVD S Ste 200, next to Burlington Coat Factory and Ross. It’s right across the street from New York New York Hotel and Casino.
The museum does not operate a parking space, but paid street parking is accessible within walking distance around the museum.
Yes, you can reach the museum using the public transport.
Yes, many of the exhibits are built intentionally for picture-taking. Capture all the fun moments in pictures and videos—feel free to use your imagination and have the best time in the museum!
The museum is recommended for ages 3 and older, but there are no age restrictions. The museum is fun for kids and adults alike. Children 3 years old and below can explore the museum for free! Please note that minors must be accompanied by someone at least 18 years of age.
All ages are welcome in the museum, including babies. But please note that due to limited space, the museum highly encourages guests to use a baby carrier instead of a stroller during the visit.
The museum is cashless and accepts all major credit cards, but please note that this is subject to change without prior notice.
No, please note that eating and drinking are not allowed within the exhibit area for general hygiene reasons.
Unfortunately no, please note that pets are not allowed in the museum. Only service animals are permitted.
No smoking or vaping is permitted inside.
There are no in and out privileges. Tickets are for one-time admission only.