Lost Vegas Antiques


Lost Vegas Antiques
Location: Downtown Las Vegas
625 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Contact: 702-382-1882
Hours: Mon-Thu 10am-6pm
Fri-Sat 10am-8pm
Sun 12-5pm
Type: Antiques
Vegas4Visitors Rating: B

At a Glance

What is it?

A glorified junk store with all manner of “antiques,” with a focus on old Vegas memorabilia.

Where is it?

In Downtown Las Vegas.

What do they sell?

It goes way beyond Vegas with everything from old vinyl to antique dolls.

What are the prices like?

More expensive than they should be.

What should I be sure to check out?

You want a life-sized cutout of Elvis, don’t you?.

Why should I shop here?

Because you were at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop next door and you saw the life-sized Elvis.

What else do I need to know?

If you are claustrophobic you may not want to go into this very cluttered, crowded store.

What’s the bottom line?

An interesting diversion but not worth going out of your way for.

Full Review

If you’re driving down the northern part of Las Vegas Boulevard on your way to Downtown, it’s kind of hard to miss Lost Vegas antiques. You may have noticed the garish yellow and blue exterior or perhaps the flags of many nations flying above the building. Or perhaps it was the life-sized cutout of Elvis that is often out front.

Regardless of what drew your attention, visiting Lost Vegas Antiques is an interesting experience. The inside of the small store is absolutely packed with stuff – whether you choose to call the stuff antiques or junk is up for you to decide.

They specialize in Las Vegas memorabilia and some of it pretty interesting. There have everything from ashtrays to gaming chips to souvenir glasses and beyond from historic, long-gone Vegas hotels.

But that’s only the beginning of what you’ll find as you wander the narrow aisles. They have comic books, baseball cards, old books, vintage posters, dolls, toys and games, vinyl records, 8 tracks, old radios, photos, and so much more that to list it all would break the Internet.

The prices range from slightly overpriced to insanely overpriced but what do you expect from a place with a life-sized cutout of Elvis in front?