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Tim Burton's Las Vegas Exhibit Is Now Open & It's Better Than We Thought (PHOTOS)

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Tim Burton's Las Vegas Exhibit Is Spooky Good & We've Got Photos To Prove It

Beetlejuice and Mars Attacks fans rejoice because Tim Burton's Las Vegas Exhibit is open and honestly, it's so much better than we thought it would be. The exhibition will be held in the boneyard at the Neon Museum now until February 15, 2020.

This eerily pleasing exhibit will feature original fine art from Tim Burton's movies including Beetlejuice, Mars Attacks, and many more. We don't want to spoil it all for you. 

There are two different ticket options to choose from and it ranges between $24 - $30 per person. The $30 general admission ticket will give you an hour-long experience in the Boneyard where the main exhibit is located. 

You can expect more than 24 different types of art installations, most of which have been created on-site. If that's not cool, we don't know what is anymore. 

If you decide to go, you can rep your favorite Tim Burton movie with an Edward Scissorhands inspired hairstyle or Corpse Bride dress. Whatever suits your fancy. 

The exhibit at night is aglow with color. From the neon signs to the lit-up artwork, it's a different kind of spooky-good and we're here for it. 

The museum is open daily and you can even get tours as late as midnight. Since the exhibit is outside weather conditions can cause cancellations, so plan accordingly. 

Although, the exhibit isn't as large as we hoped, it definitely won't disappoint. In every corner there will be amazing art pieces from some of our favorite Tim Burton movies.

One of our favorite art pieces is the little bugs from above. They're kind of cute and what's great is that they won't bite.

If you want to channel your inner Martian Girl, it's best to plan on taking lots of photos. Especially in front of the alien invasion art. We can't seem to get "Ack Ack Ack Ack," out of our heads. Have you tried that alien language? It's harder than it sounds.

Since you'll be in town, it's worthwhile to check out this boozy haunted mansion pop up. It'll only be in town on Halloween. If you're more of a foodie, you can check out these weird foods in Las Vegas

The Neon Museum: Tim Burton Exhibit

Price: $24 - $30 per person

When: October 15, 2019 - February 15, 2020 

Address: 770 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 

Why you should go: I mean it's a Tim Burton exhibit. Just be sure to say "Beetlejuice" three times not "Betelgeuse."


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