Photos: The Last Hours Of The Riviera

John Mehaffey May 4, 2015
Riviera Closing

At noon PST on May 4th, The Riviera hotel and casino in Las Vegas closed its doors after 60 years.

Below is a photo gallery capturing the final hours of operation of the historic property. The Riviera liquidation sale starts May 14. Riviera logo items and a variety of equipment used to run a casino will be sold.

It will cost $10 to look around the first four days. After that, the public will never see the inside of Riviera again. It will be fenced off and broken down. Within a few months, it will meet the fate of so many Nevada casinos before it.

Click on the first image below to start a slideshow of the gallery.  Videos of the “Crazy Girls” statue removal are located below the gallery.

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Videos of “Crazy Girls” statue removal from Riviera Las Vegas

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