Top 5 Smoker Friendly Activities in Las Vegas
Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas, where you can now legally get high as a kite and explore everything this magical city has to offer. Since we’re very experienced in this category, we decided to share our Top 5 Smoker Friendly Activities. If you’re an indica smoker that prefers to chill poolside and hit up a lunchtime buffet, do you. That will allow for a super chill day and we can’t hate on that. This list is geared towards stoners who like to get high and go out and do things, if that’s you, here we go.
1) The High Roller:
Location: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Who doesn’t want to get high and go on the High Roller? For those of you who haven’t heard of the High Roller it’s a giant ferris wheel made up of 28 glass pods (holding 40 passengers per pod) giving you the absolute best view Las Vegas has to offer. As of right now it’s the tallest ferris wheel in the world measuring 550’ tall. Each ride lasts 30 minutes, allowing you to make one full rotation before the ride is over. The pricing is a bit high at $24.95 for a daytime ride and $34.95 for a night time ride, but every time we look there’s usually a groupon or discount of some sort available online. The High Roller is located on the Las Vegas Strip, giving you a great opportunity to walk around and take it all in. If riding the world’s tallest ferris wheel is on your bucket list, go for it. And when you’re done, don’t forget to stop by the Bellagio fountains.
2) Cirque Du Soleil
Have you seen a Cirque Du Soleil show? Maybe, maybe not. But have you seen a Cirque Du Soleil show high? Probably not. The sounds, colors, music and acrobatics will keep you mesmerized for hours and there’s even a concession stand where you can purchase various snacks to satisfy your munchies. Choose from The Beatles LOVE (at The Mirage), O (at the Bellagio), Mystere (at Treasure Island), Michael Jackson One (at the Aria), Zumanity (at New York New York), or Cris Angel’s Mindfreak (at Luxor). Tickets start at $59 and go up from there but we can assure you, each show is worth every penny spent.
3) Neon Museum Boneyard
Location: 770 Las Vegas Blvd N
Las Vegas is known for glitz, glam and neon lights! Visit the Neon Museum and timewarp through old Las Vegas, jam packed with nostalgia, history and stories from back in the day. The museum offers two acres of land with over 200 vintage neon signs. Some have been restored and light up, while other need to be appreciated in their current state. They offer hour long guided tours both during the day and at night for around $19 a pop for tourists and offer a $4 discount for locals. This is a great opportunity to snap a rad instagram photo and learn some of the history behind this great city. Tip: Book in advance, they tend to sell out on weekends.
4) Lock Down Rooms
Picture this, your best friend got kidnapped and you were asked to cough up $1 mili ransom money within an hour or his brains will be blasted to smithereens. The cops aren’t moving fast enough so you and your pals are forced to take matters into your own hands. Can you crack the case in time? This is just one of the Lockdown experiences offered at the Las Vegas Lockdown Room. With three locations around Las Vegas, you’ll have the opportunity to find clues, solve riddles and crack the case before the clock runs out. Real life can be so stressful, why not get high and spend $35 to escape reality and play make believe for a while?
5) Fremont Street
Location: Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Want to get high and have a few drinks with the legendary midget Mr.T? How about watch a mime squeeze his body into a tiny box or get your fortune told by an old gipsy, crystal ball and all? Well that’s just some of opportunities you’ll have if you visit Fremont Street’s five-block entertainment district. Packed with bars, eateries, a zipline, free concerts and the largest LED screen light show in the world, you’ll have plenty of crazy shit to gaze at after you hit the bong. Better yet, it’s free to walk around so you don’t need to spend a dime if you don’t want to.