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Life is candy-coated at this four-story factory, where you can not only feast on the iconic candies, but also enjoy a 3D movie (Lost My "M" in Vegas) and order your own custom-printed and custom-colored M&M's! These personalized treats make a unique Las Vegas gift for someone back home. M&M's World is, of course, a very child-friendly attraction just beyond the main portion of The Strip. If you're coming to Vegas with kids, this is a stop worth making.
This import from Hawaii has made a name for itself in Las Vegas. At ABC Stores, you'll find a great selection of Las Vegas souvenirs, such as Hello Kitty tote bags, piggy banks, and more. You can also pick up items you'd find at drug stores, like energy drinks, snacks, and even liquor. If you want a taste of the island life while vacationing in the desert, pay this store a visit!
Bonanza is located on The Strip. It was built in the 1980s and covers 40,000 square feet (3,716 square meters) of space. They boast the largest collection of bizarre gifts in one single shop. They also have a reputation for being very friendly and can help you find a gift for anyone. You will find a variety of items here, including a toy parrot that shouts insults, miniature Las Vegas signs that flash, and fuzzy car dice.
For over fifty years the shops in the Commercial Center District have provides visitors to Las Vegas quality products and cuisines from around the world that cannot be found elsewhere in the city. Today, it is home to over 150 shops and restaurants. The center is located one mile east of the famous Las Vegas Strip.
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.
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.