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Vegas is known for interesting sights, sounds, lights, and excitement. But, there are a few wacky things to see in Las Vegas, that you might not have ever heard of.
The Sprinkles Cupcake ATM is a fun way to buy a delicious sweet treat. Flavors change daily and a few selections are available each day. What an intriguing way to order a cupcake on the fly.
Cleveland Clinic and Brain Center
The Cleveland Clinic and Brain Center is one of the strangest architectural designs in Las Vegas. It was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry for the Keep Memory Alive (KMA) foundation started by Larry Ruvo, in memory of his father Lou Ruvo who had Alzheimer’s, his wife, and Bobby Baldwin, Mirage Resorts CEO, who also lost his father to Alzheimer’s. It is a treatement and research center for diseases of the brain.
Giant Slot Machine
This larger than life working slot machine at the Golden Nugget is a must try if you are in Downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street. Put in your dollar and pull the giant lever to try your luck. And, don’t forget to pose for a selfie with the massive machine!
Silver Slipper Neon Sign
The Silver Slipper Gambling Hall’s old sign and iconic slipper was restored and now on display at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas. You might be amazed at what else you find in this graveyard of colossal sized remnants of the past.
Dinner in the Sky
Dinner in the Sky is a dangling 22-seat dinner table hanging 180 feet in the air over the Las Vegas skyline. Dinner is served Wednesday through Sundays for about one hour by a team of chefs, a maitre d’ and a mixologist. It is a dinner you won’t soon forget!