With A Jubilee! Show Ticket
hoursMon, Wed, Sat 11am
Jubilee! Backstage Tour
Rarely do starstruck audiences get a glimpse of what really goes on behind the velvet curtain of a Strip production, much less have the opportunity to see the sets and costumes. But fans get up close and personal with the Jubilee! Backstage Tour, a must for Vegas history lovers, theater buffs or anyone curious about the inner workings of a classic Las Vegas show.
Your tour guide is a Jubilee! showgirl who reveals all kinds of fun facts, numbers and stats about the longest running show in Las Vegas history. The stage, sets and costumes are the stars here, and your tour guide will explain all the history, details and little-known secrets throughout the walking tour. Given that Jubilee! opened in 1981 and remains true to its roots, many of the props and wardrobe are from the original opening day, such as the one-of-a-kind headpieces designed by Bob Mackie.
What You’ll See on This Behind the Show Tour
You’ll see many of its 71 backdrops, marvelous set pieces, (which weigh up to four tons) and even get a glimpse into the famed six foot wide headdresses.
Peek into the stage wings, quick-change rooms, the wig and dressing rooms and get an inside look at the ins and outs of Jubilee! At the tour’s end, you’ll have the chance to get your picture taken with a beautiful Las Vegas showgirl.
Pricing and Availability
Public tours are available Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 11:00 a.m. for $19.50 per person or $14.50 with a Jubilee! show ticket.
- Get a picture memento with a real showgirl
- See backdrops and set pieces up close
- Detailed explanation of the show’s nightly function
- Escorted by an actual performing show member
why you'll love it
Go behind the scenes of this classic revue
Step onto the technologically advanced stage
See your tour guide transform into a Jubilee! showgirl
See the shimmering costumes from the show
"If you can't get enough of it onstage, go on the Jubilee! Backstage Tour. The all-access afternoon walking tour, which is led by a showgirl, takes you behind the scenes to check out the giant-sized props, the extravagant outfits designed by Pete Menefee and much more."