Ticket To Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum
Dates: Every day Times: Redeemable during operating hours Location: Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum Age requirement: All ages. Children 5 and under enter free with a paying adult Accessibility: This venue is wheelchair accessible For this event, all sales are final and tickets cant be refunded, changed or modified. For more information, please refer to our T& Cs
DescriptionSupersize your day at Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum! Everything in this gallery of life-sized movie monsters is created by special makeup effects artist Tom Devlin. The gallery includes everything from screen used props and creature suits to custom pieces representing monsters throughout movie history. Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum is located in the historic Boulder City, between Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam.
Tom Devlins Monster Museum Boulder City Nevada
Located in Boulder City, Nevada, between Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam, Tom Devlins Monster Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and craft of horror movie props, prosthetics, and other special makeup effects.
Professional special makeup effects artist Tom Devlin showcases some of the most memorable stories and characters in cinematic history. The environment is part history museum and part haunted house. Life-size replicas of Frankensteins Monster, Jason, Freddy Kruger, Pennywise, and other horror mainstays stand alongside recreations of sets from The Exorcist and Halloween. Screen-used props tell the story of horrors evolution and provide an introduction to such iconic horror-movie actors such as Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, and Boris Karloff.
The museum is currently offering a Midnight R.I.P Experience which includes hotel pickup and dropoff to and from Las Vegas in a custom hearse for 2 to 6 people as well as a private guided tour of the museum with Tom.
Tom Devlins Monster Museum
For a truly unique and fun family activity, head to 1310 Boulder City Pkwy, Boulder City, NV 89005, home of the Tom Devlins Monster Museum. Located between Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam, Boulder City has been the site of many horror movies and television shows. Its colorful, historic buildings are reminiscent of days gone by, with the locals wearing period costumes and holding up spooky monster masks.
The Tom Devlins Monster Museum is a local favorite, and its filled with creepy creature suits and other screen-used props. Founded by Tom Devlin, a professional makeup effects artist and special effects artist, this museum displays some of the most iconic creatures in horror cinema. Among his many creations are creepy puppets, killer clowns, and haunted dolls. The museum even sells Halloween masks, which he makes himself and donates to haunted attractions.
The Tom Devlins Monster Museum offers a spooky haunted house. Located in an historic building in Boulder City, this haunted house features a high-end prop gallery and set designs. The tour will take about half an hour and is geared toward families, but its not too long. You can make a reservation for an exclusive tour of the Toms collection or buy a gift at the museums gift shop.
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An amazing collection of screen used memorabilia as well as meticulously recreated props and make-up from the greatest horror films of all time. Clearly a labor of love by a skilled practioner and devoted fan of horror films and special effects make-up from film’s inception to the present day.– Michael W.
I am in love with this place! We stopped in after we got married in Vegas. I saw this spot and they had me at monster museum! But there is so much more! If your a horror junkie like myself they have amazing one of a kind masks and great costumes and collectibles. I cannot recommend this museum enough and it will be a stop everytime we are in Nevada!– Estee A.
We happened to pass by and stopped. So glad we did. My husband is a total horror fan and it was his birthday. The museum was really cool with lots of different things from different movies. Tom and his family run it and are super friendly. Think my husband would have stayed all day talking about horror films with Tom. Totally worth a stop!– Lisa H.
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Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum
Boulder City, Nevada
Are screen monsters art? Tom Devlin says they are, and he’s built a museum to prove it.
Tom is somewhere inside the head of Gingerdead Man.
Tom made a name for himself as a Hollywood sci-fi, horror, and fantasy practical effects artist, working with everything from animatronic puppets to skin-crawling prosthetics and makeup. His credits include big-budget films and TV series, but his passion lay elsewhere. “My heart was in the B movies and independent stuff,” he told us. “The punk rock version of filmmaking.”
Tom, however, found that the stars of these productions — the monsters — were bashed online, criticized by those who couldn’t separate the creatures from the surrounding films. “Nobody acknowledges the work that goes into them,” Tom said. “If you take out the bad acting and poor scripts, it’s really cool-looking art.”
Tom and his wife considered creating a museum to celebrate screen monsters, but it wasn’t until they moved their family to Boulder City, and saw an empty building on its main street, that the idea clicked. “I said to myself, ‘That could be a monster museum,'” Tom recalled. On a whim he called the landlord, paid the rent, and only two months later opened the museum to the public.
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Welcome To Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum
Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum is located in historic Boulder City, NV, between Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam. Our mission is to preserve the art and history of special makeup effects. This gallery of Tom’s art includes everything from screen used props and creature suits to custom pieces representing monsters throughout movie history. Don’t forget to take something monstrous home with you from our selection of t-shirts, patches, costumes, masks and collectibles! We are open 7 days a week from 10am to 6pm! Admission is $20, Children 6-11 are $10, and Children 5 and under are Free!
Welcome To The Monster Museum
Once you step over the threshold, plan to find work Devlin created personally, along with his unrivaled private collection of screen-used props, creature suits, and custom pieces representing monsters throughout movie history. Many recreated props and makeup from some of the greatest horror films of all time can be found throughout Devlins Monster Museum, too. Best yet, dont forget to snag something monstrous to commemorate your trip to the Monster Museum. Devlin himself created a line of Halloween masks for the Haunted Attractions industry, selling his creations to some of the most well known haunts across the country from 2010-2015. Aside from some amazing, one-of-a-kind masks, lavish costumes, and collectibles, visitors can get their hands on t-shirts, costumes, and other monster-inspired collectibles before hitting the road.
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