Not Many People Realize This Incredible Palace Is Hiding In Nevada
Hidden behind some walls along suburban Las Vegas streets, you wouldn’t know it that a luxurious palace rests behind them. Just recently the former home of Mr. Entertainment himself, Wayne Newton, was opened to the public for regular tours. Known as Casa de Shenandoah, it’s the palace many of us dream about living in.
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For information on tours, visit the Casa de Shenandoah website. Tours range from one to two hours and range from $20 to $95 depending on what you want to see. There are also senior and military discounts.
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