Carroll Shelby Museum
The Carroll Shelby Museum is dedicated to another type of luxury car rental, those by first-class car designer and racer Carroll Shelby. This space is designed to shoe 35 years of performance cars in the 100,000 square feet of the manufacturing facility which you can visit with your luxury car rental. It is located at the entrance of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., you will see and learn a lot here when you visit with your luxury car rental. Free tours are held daily at 10:30 a.m., and can be booked by appointment at 3:30 p.m.
Need For Speed
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is a large complex for automobile racing. Here, there are four tracks as well as the Carroll Shelby Museum. A couple times a week, there are several race teams that perform here. The speedway here is often referred to as “The Blue Oval” because the races have been dominated by Ford drivers in the Nextel Cup Series. Drivers Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Sterling Marlin are the only drivers who have won at this track in a Cup Series that do not drive a Ford.
Getting to the Speedway with your luxury car rental from the Strip is easy. All you need to do is follow the I-15 North to exit 54 (Speedway Boulevard). The Speedway is about 12 miles north of downtown Las Vegas with your luxury car rental.
Other Interesting Places To Visit In Las Vegas
Guinness World Of Records Museum – brings the records of the popular book to life with their displays.
King Tutankhamen’s Tomb & Museum – this museum is an authentic replica of King Tut’s tomb in Egypt. The measurements are exact, with the same gold leaf and linens, pigments, tools, and more. It all leads to King Tut’s sarcophagus and the items that surround it.
Las Vegas Natural History Museum – a tribute to the natural world, with dinosaurs, plants and animals from Southern Nevada, international wildlife, sharks (even live ones), and a children’s hands-on room. Recently, the museum has expanded to feature more exhibits about the African Savanna and the African Rainforest.
Lost City Museum Of Archeology – This is a bit of a trip with your luxury car rental, but here you will find the lost culture of the Anasazi that colonized the Moapa Valley from the 1st through the 12th centuries. There are reconstructed structures on site here, so you can learn a lot about how archeologists work.
Neon Museum – a tribute to Las Vegas’ lights with the old signs of the city refurbished and on display!