One of the lesser known free Las Vegas attractions is the Artifacts, Antiques & Artworks collection at Main Street Station. They have a collection ranging from “The Blackhawk” private rail car used by Buffalo Bill, the entry doors from the Pullman Mansion, to chandeliers from the San Francisco Opera House and the Coca-Cola Building.
One of the main attractions for me is the section of the Berlin Wall. It is also the only artifact that is not readily available for the public. It is in the men’s bathroom, just off the casino floor. Here is a photo of it.
The bronze doors and facade from the Kuwait Royal Bank separate the lobby from the Players Club. The chandelier from the San Francisco Opera House is found in the Garden Court Buffet. The chandelier from the Coca-Cola Building is above the main gaming pit. A pair of rail cars, including “The Blackhawk” are outside on N. Main Street across Ogden Ave from Main Street Station.
You can find a list of artifacts, their location and descriptions in the Artifacts, Antiques & Artworks brochure.