Casa de Shenandoah
Mr. Las Vegas, Wayne Newton, has lived on his 52-acre ranch since 1966—though it's been hidden behind tall gilded gates for nearly as long. In 2015 the private estate opened to the public, and for a fee, visitors can see his massive memorabilia collection, which includes costumes, Franklin Roosevel's personal desk, a Stradivarious owned by Jack Benny, and Rolls Royces once owned by Steve McQueen, Liberace, Johnny Cash, and others. The compound also houses dozens of prize-winning Arabian horses, an exotic animal farm, and Newton's private jet. Pay enough money, and the Midnight Idol will give you the tour himself.