Steve Marcus Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear, left, State Sen. Tick Segerblom, center, Democratic prospect for District E county commissioner, and Cannabition creator JJ Walker, chat in the Cannabition Cannabis Museum, under building at Neonopolis, in downtown Las Vegas Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018.
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Cannabition Marijuana Museum Event Introduce slideshow” Visitors to the Cannabition Marijuana Museum in downtown Las Vegas are welcomed by a 170-foot-long mural that records historic period for cannabis. The art includes rock icon Jimi Hendrix, a notable weed lover, among others. The 9,000-square-foot museum has 12 display spaces, a full bar, a retail store with marijuana paraphernalia and a range of items. It will open Sept. 20, when downtown will invite many visitors for the Life is Lovely celebration.
“We’ll do a whole weekend celebration,”stated J.J. Walker, the museum’s founder.”It’s timed with Life is Stunning
.”One room in the museum is called the” 420 room”and consists of an enormous 4-2-0 setup in lights. A neighboring wall features a
white rhino bursting through the wall to signify a popular stain of cannabis. “It’s really the start of the journey,”Walker stated.”We’re going to take visitors from seed to high.
It’s a larger-than-life experience with big setups, Instagramable locations and a multisensory journey. “Officials state the museum will also be academic, with info on the history of cannabis, which they state has a history dating back thousands of years. Another section of the museum is committed to the ecological benefits of marijuana, revealing visitors that the plant is more than simply a compound to inebriate them. That’s followed by info on harvesting, where using marijuana in food is described. The piece de resistance at the museum is the 24-foot-tall glass “Bongzilla,” billed as the world’s biggest bong.”It’s actually glow-in-the-dark glass, and it’s in fact a hittable bong, “Walker stated. Assemblyman Tick Segerblom, who promoted recreational marijuana becoming
legal in Nevada, sees the museum being the next step in the development of marijuana in Las Vegas.”It’s really the next level for the city and cannabis,”Segerblom stated.” It’s going to take( this), along with usage lounges, to make Las Vegas the next Amsterdam.
That’s what I’ve been pressing. Anything happens in Vegas … so let’s make certain the world understands about it.”Cannabition Cannabis Museum will be open from 4:20 p.m. up until midnight, and admission is$24.20 for visitors and$ 14.20 for Nevada locals, with valid state recognition. A VIP plan is readily available for$42.