Wayne Newton's Casa de Shenandoah Opening to Public
Legendary singer and performer Wayne Newton has been a staple of the Las Vegas nightlife for decades, and there has always been an aura around his world-renowned Nevada home, dubbed Casa de Shenandoah.
Now Newton fans and Las Vegas historians can enter the home and the adjacent properties as it finally opens to the public on Friday, Sept. 18.
Casa de Shenandoah is located just a few minutes off the Las Vegas strip. The property features impressive landscaping, artesian ponds, waterfalls and towering oak trees, and visitors will have the chance to say the Newton family’s pets, including Arabian horses, a capuchin monkey, a penguin, wallabies, peacocks and more.
Visiting the home of Wayne Newton isn’t just as simple as walking through a building, though. Guests will first visit the Casa de Shenandoah Visitor Center before boarding custom shuttles for a ride through the golden gates.
The property has several different areas which can be visited, including Newton’s expansive collection of rare automobiles, memorabilia collected from some of the biggest names in music and movies, a rare Native American artifact collection, armed forces with rare military keepsakes and a full tour of the entertainer’s private jet.
After guests have seen their fill of the Casa de Shenandoah property, they will be able to do some shopping at The Shops at Shenandoah, located in The Visitor Center. Shops inside the building include Wayne’s World, Kat’s Korner, Lauren’s Lair and the Opportunity Village Gift Shop.
Tours of the Newton residence are self-paced and can range from 90 minutes to four hours.
For more information on the tour packages and options, check out the official Casa de Shenandoah website.
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