Beyond the grandeur of shows and flashing lights of the Vegas strip, there is a new cannabis museum situated on the famous Fremont Street that has become the latest attraction for the visitors of Sin City. According to the official website, “Cannabition is an immersive cannabis-themed art museum, right in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas.”
The creators of Cannabition collaborated with several local cannabis brands in Nevada as well as brands across the nation to bring audiences interactive exhibits. The museum uses art to celebrate the culture and history of cannabis. It also hopes that this celebration of cannabis culture will contribute to normalizing its use and break down the stigmas that have existed for decades worldwide.
The cannabis-themed art museum is also home to the what is being hailed as the world’s largest bong. Created Jerome Baker Designs, the bong stands at 24-feet tall and is fully functional. The museum also includes a pool filled with plush, green nuggets for guests to dive right in! The extravagant structures and art pieces make for the picture-perfect Instagram post. Those who are curious to get a sneak peek can head over to @Cannabition on Instagram for a preview of all there is to explore at the museum.
The various rooms within Cannabition dedicate themselves to the different aspects of cannabis cultivation. Some themes include 420, concentrates, harvest, sativa/indica and a CBD store! Walls are decorated with cannabis leaves and giant nuggets that sprout from the ground, creating the illusion that guests have landed in a whole new jungle.
Potential visitors should note that consuming cannabis on the premises is prohibited in compliance with Nevada laws on public consumption. The museum does, however, offer shuttles to their sponsor dispensaries. Cannabition held its grand opening on Sept. 21 and has tickets available on the official website for dates up until Dec. 31.