Linq Hotel Auto Collection

The Linq Hotel Auto Collections are among the top attractions in Las Vegas, bringing in hundreds of visitors and buyers each year. At one of the largest working auto showrooms in the world, visitors can see hundreds of famous, antique, and classic cars, which are not only part of the evolving collection but are also offered for sale. This Las Vegas auto collection is open daily, and there are plenty of admission discounts and passes available. Paying a visit to this illustrious car show will certainly be a fabulous addition to any Las Vegas vacation.

Offering guests history on wheels, as the museum says, the Linq Hotel in Vegas houses one of the largest functioning auto collections in the world on the fifth floor of its parking structure. It features more than 800 vehicles, and the collection is continuously evolving with the help of auto enthusiasts buying and selling. Featured in the Las Vegas Auto Collection are a number of noteworthy vehicles, including Johnny Carson’s 1939 Chrysler Royal Sedan, W. C. Fields’ 1938 Cadillac Limousine, Marilyn Monroe’s 1955 Lincoln Capri, Dwight D. Eisenhower’s 1956 Chrysler Imperial Phaeton, and even Mussolini’s 1939 Alfa Romeo.

Often, real enthusiasts prefer the rarest of the rare, and the Linq Hotel Auto Collections do not disappoint, as they also highlight the celebrated Duesenbergs, the only one of its kind 1937 Mercedes Benz 540K Mayfair Special, and a 1957 Jaguar with a price tag value of $7,000,000; these vehicles are part of the permanent collection at the Linq Hotel in Vegas. In addition to these valuable classics and antiques, this Las Vegas auto collection offers a veritable selection of other types of vehicles, such as unique hot rods, cars featured in movies, exotics, retired race cars, rally cars, Indy 500 Pacers and Racers, concept cars, and all are members of an almost unending and progressive list of coveted vehicles that dazzle the eyes of hundreds of visitors in Las Vegas.

With daily hours of 10 am to 6 pm, the Linq Hotel Auto Collections charges a relatively low admission fee, and there are discounts available for seniors and for children under 12; children under 3 are admitted free of charge. If you’re looking for free things to do in Sin City, visiting this Las Vegas auto collection is an option—visitors can pay a visit to the collection web site for a complimentary admission pass that can be printed and presented at the entrance; those who may not have access to a printer or who have forgotten their passes at home may be lucky enough to meet one of the individuals that are often handing out free passes to the collection in front of the Linq Hotel in Vegas.

Other places that may interest visitors of the Linq Hotel Auto Collections include the King’s Ransom Museum, which houses Elvis Presley’s memorabilia; the shopping promenade, where guests can grab a few fashionable items; Nomiya Lounge, offering a relaxing evening atmosphere; and the Rockhouse Bar and Nightclub. Whether you are in town for gambling, fabulous shows, or simply an exciting experience, dropping by one of the largest auto collections in the world at the Linq Hotel in Vegas will be an added highlight for everyone, whether or not you’re a car enthusiast.

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