Ride Out to the Lost City Museum on the Back of a Fatboy

Inside Lost City Museum in Nevada

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If you’re planning a trip to Nevada, you likely have one spot in mind: Las Vegas. Sure, Vegas is a great place to visit if you love winning money, seeing live shows, and dancing at the hottest clubs, but if you’re looking to get a little fresh air and escape the bright lights and 24-hour parties on The Strip, a ride out to the Lost City Museum on the back of a motorcycle could be just what you need.

The Lost City

Built by the National Park Service in 1935 to exhibit artifacts excavated from Pueblo Grande de Nevada, the Lost City Museum is open daily to the general public. The museum, constructed of sun-dried adobe brick, is located on an actual prehistoric site of Ancestral Puebloan Indians who first populated Nevada beginning about 300 B.C. The artifacts on display tell the narrative of the people who traveled through and inhabited the southern region of Nevada for centuries. The Lost City Museum offers year-round programs, exhibit openings such as “Great American Southwest,” and archaeological tours.

Save a Horse, Ride a Hog

Escape EaglesWant to visit the Lost City Museum but prefer to cross the desert on the back of a bike? Escape Eagles has you covered.

Located in Las Vegas, Escape Eagles offers single and multiple day, all-inclusive rates on all available rental motorcycles starting at just $118. Whether you prefer a Harley or Honda, Escape Eagles has a wide selection of models to choose from before heading out on the road.

In addition, Escape Eagles also offers self-guided or guided tours to Las Vegas as well as several National Parks in Nevada and surrounding states including Yellowstone, Monument Valley, and Joshua Tree. Looking for a group rate or discount? Escape Eagles also offers special rates for groups, locals, police and firemen, and members of the military.

For more information on Escape Eagles, visit their website or check out their company page on Rent It Today!

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