Tom Devlin's Monster Museum Logo Open Daily 10am-6pm
Museum Interior

WELCOME TO TOM DEVLIN'S MONSTER MUSEUM!

Tom Devlin's Monster Museum is located in historic Boulder City, NV, between Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam.
Our mission is to preserve the art and history of special makeup effects. This gallery of Tom's art includes everything from screen used props and creature suits to custom pieces representing monsters throughout movie history.
Don't forget to take something monstrous home with you from our selection of t-shirts, patches, costumes, masks and collectibles!

We are open 7 days a week from 10am to 6pm! Admission is $13, Children 10 and under are Free!

Museum Gift Shop

R.I.P. Experience

Book Now! Midnight at the Museum R.I.P. Experience includes hotel pickup and dropoff to and from Vegas in our custom hearse. Your group of 2-6 people will have the museum to yourselves along with a private guided tour with Tom Devlin, full of anecdotes and plenty of monster trivia!
Have your own transportation? You can still book Midnight at the Museum for a private guided tour! This option is good for larger groups too! Click here for tickets!

R.I.P. Experience Hearse

See What People Are Saying About Us!

Outside View of Monster Museum
Tom Devlin

About Tom Devlin

Tom Devlin has been working professionally as a special makeup effects artist since 2001. If you've ever met Tom, it is clear that monsters, horror movies and Halloween are not just a job for him, but a passion.

Through his company 1313FX, Tom has provided creatures and special makeup effects on over 100 feature films, working with many of the actors and directors that inspired his path.

In addition to his work in film and television, Tom created a line of Halloween masks for the Haunted Attractions industry. He sold his creations to some of the most well-known haunts across the country from 2010-2015.

In 2011 Tom appeared as a contestant on season one of the SyFy reality series "Face Off". He quickly became a fan favorite with his winning horror villain "Teddy Told Me To", a terrifying take on the teddy bear.

After years of creating monsters through his work, Tom wanted to open a museum to share his art collection with the world.

Subscribe to our mailing list