Silver Post USA has a great variety of items made by Native Americans, including jewelry, pottery, and artifacts. 45 artists from 16 Native American tribes contribute their works to this 4000-square-foot (372-square-meter) store. You'll be able to find items like horse hair pottery, White Buffalo turquoise, and Boulder Turquoise. These types of turquoise, as well as most of the silver used in the jewelry comes from the state of Nevada. If you're looking for truly local souvenirs, you'll find what you're looking for here, along with items from well-known brands like Minnetonka and Annie Oakley.
Inside one of the six buildings of Caesars Palace Hotel Casino, you will find the luxurious Forum Shops. Here, you can buy products from designers like Gucci, Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, and more. You can shop in an atmosphere reminiscent of the ancient Roman Senate with large statues, majestic fountains, and grand pillars. This enormous mall spans multiple floors and is dotted with various restaurants to please all palates, including Wolfgang Puck's renowned Spago.
This place calls itself the "World's Largest Gambling Superstore." Everything for the serious collector or the casual at-home player can be found here. Slot machines, both antique and contemporary, are a large part of the inventory. The classic machines carry a hefty price tag. It's also fun to peruse the stock of obsolete gaming chips from casinos all over the world. The staff can make personalized chips for your Saturday night poker game. Gambling books are also plentiful. If it pertains to gaming, this store has it.
The Downtown Container Park is a gigantic shopping complex created using abandoned shipping containers, hence the name. These shipping containers are an address to eclectic shops selling local merchandise, souvenirs and more, and their creative layout simply leaves you in awe. There are also many restaurants that call these quaint containers home. Apart from shopping, what makes this place unique are the various exhibits of massive sculptures that line the park, one such attraction is the giant, fire-emitting Mantis which was again created using recycled materials. The Downtown Container Park also has a wonderful tree house and the park's open ground is used as a venue for live musical performances. This is without a doubt a must-visit when in the city.
When most people imagine Las Vegas, the first thing that comes to mind is The Strip - the four mile stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard with all the famous casinos and hotels. Bordered by Mandalay Bay on the south and the Stratosphere on the north, visitors can enjoy over 30 casinos which are attractions themselves. Fabulous shopping, dining, and world-class entertainment can all be found here. Pick up the latest designer bag in the boutiques at the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace Hotel Casino. Or peruse the Grand Canal Shoppes in the Venetian Resort & Casino. Watch the dancing Fountains at Bellagio, or take in an imported Broadway show. Attempts have been made to make The Strip more pedestrian-friendly by adding footbridges, free shuttles, cable-pulled trams, and the Las Vegas Monorail.
Royalty, business tycoons, and movie stars all come here to splurge on jewelry and timepieces. The late Harry Winston, a native New Yorker, is still known as "The King of Diamonds," and the business empire he founded has an international reputation. High profile celebrities are known to borrow designs when they attend the Oscars each year, and even the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Louvre have displayed Winston's exquisitely crafted works. The stores, usually called salons, maintain a high profile, and this one in Las Vegas is no exception.