This mirrored Rolls Royce has horses etched onto the side. It appears alongside a rhinestone-embellished Rolls and Liberace’s red, white, and blue Rolls.
The classic rhinestone piano, in all of its glory.
Why yes, that is a pink feathered duster coat, and not a relative of Snuffaluffagus.
Liberace’s famous lucite-lidded Baldwin grand piano. This is one of 18 pianos on display at the museum.
A roadster that is somehow both disco-ball mirrored and pink. Liberace used to make his stage entrance in a series of exotic one-of-a-kind cars.
A shot of the outside of the museum at night, complete with neon and enormous faux-sheet music.
Liberace’s piano tuxedo. Note the subtly (sort of) placed treble clefs.
The museum’s costume collection boasts this famed red, white, and blue hotpants costume, as well as an array of mink capes, feathered coats, and crazily-elaborate stage jewelry.
Red sequined kicks — you don’t think he would have neglected the shoe-glitter, do you? Viva Liberace!