The Liberace Museum was founded April 15, 1979, by the late entertainer Liberace. The Museum features “Mr. Showmanship’s” dazzling jewelry, rare antiques, unsurpassed wardrobe, unique and historical pianos and his custom car collection.
Highlights include Liberace’s famous sequined, bejeweled and rhinestone-studded costumes, feathered capes and fur collection, plus his incredible pianos and amazing car collection.
He was very popular in the 1950’s, especially with the ladies!
In 1966 Liberace opened Liberace Interiors and Objects d’Art,” in Hollywood, California. No surprise for he had quite a flair for decorating, and spared no expense when it came to one of his many homes. He even offered his interior design services to clients!
He had several homes around the country. Here are a few pictures from his Hollywood Hills home, completments of Bob’s World of Liberace.
Bob’s tribute to the
Glitter, the Glitz, and the Camp of America’s most flamboyant entertainer, the one and only “Mr. ShowmanshipÂ®”, Liberace!
is not to be missed and feature incredible photos of Lee Liberace’s many homes.
Christmas was Lee’s favorite times of the year and he spent thousands of dollars decorating his home. He had custom Christmas cards made for himself every year, sometimes costing up to $4 a piece, and he had a mailing list of 7,000.