Unique Museums Series - Southwest

January 15, 2020

 

If you are going to be in the Southwest states soon, then check out this eclectic mix of attractions to visit. If you haven’t started planning your Southwest vacation yet, then bookmark this blog post for future fun!

Mini Time Machine Museum

Like many unique museums, the Mini Time Machine Museum in Tucson, Arizona began as a personal collection. From this love of miniatures, museum curators Patricia and Walter Arnell have opened the collection to the public, dedicating any profits to the preservation of miniature art. Look for a tiny violin shop carved into a violin, dioramas from around the world and a sculpture on the tip of a pencil. Look closely among the more than 500 exhibits and you may even find an RV! The Tiburon™ Sprinter is a full-sized class C but it is like a miniature home – packed with everything you need such as:

  • Rapid Camp+® multiplex wiring control system
  • Euro-style cabinetry
  • 100 watt solar charging

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Hole N’ The Rock Museum

Not all museums are brick and mortar buildings. Some are built right into the side of a rock formation such as the aptly named Hole N’ The Rock museum near Moab, Utah. This 5,000 square foot museum began as a camping spot for cowboys during the early twentieth century. Then in 1945, brothers Leo and Albert Christensen expanded the cave and opened “America’s most unique dining room,” a diner catering to miners and tourists until 1955. In 1957, the 14-room home became the museum it is today complete with a gift shop, trading post and petting zoo. You may not be able to sleep in the Hole N’ The Rock like the cowboys once did but the Challenger® Class A RV has a nice king size bed among its many features like:

  • Ford® F-53 chassis
  • Electric fireplace with remote
  • Tilt-A-View® inclining king size bed

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Neon Museum

The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada is where beloved neon signs from the flashy strip go to live out their golden years. Additionally, there are new exhibits created just for the Neon Museum, such as The Boneyard, the Tim Burton inspired neon display. Fitting with the city known for its unique and extravagant entertainment, the Neon Museum has a show in its north gallery titled, Brilliant. The Quantum® Class C motorhome has many luxury upgrades – like a resort without resort fees – leaving more cash in your pocket for your Las Vegas trip. Click below for more information on features such as:

  • Ford®, Chevy®, and Mercedes-Benz® chassis available
  • Luxury walk-in closet in JM31 floor plan
  • Optional theater seating in select models

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