If you know Las Vegas, then you’re well aware of the fact attractions and shows pop up and sputter out frequently.
As someone who’s spent a lot of time exploring what Las Vegas has to offer, I’ve reviewed my share of attractions that have closed up shop for good.
Instead of deleting those reviews from the website, I figured it would be more fun to keep a repository of what once was so we can all take a walk down memory lane.
For each deceased attraction, I’ll link out to my full detailed review.
Marvel Avengers STATION at TI: Marvel Avengers STATION allowed fans of the franchise to take a deep dive into the world of their favorite characters like Captain America, The Hulk, and Iron Man among others.
The attraction was chock full of information on the heroes you’ve seen on screen and some pretty unique visuals.
That being said, I concluded that the STATION was underwhelming for the price.
Barbie: A Cultural Icon Exhibition: A museum attraction dedicated to Barbie’s rich history, the Barbie Exhibition at Crystals paid homage to the doll’s evolution over the decades.
The museum did a nice job of explaining how the franchise embraced diversity, inspired girls to dream big career-wise, and highlighted how much fashion trends changed over time.
One of my favorite nostalgic aspects of Barbie was the old-timey commercials that were playing on TVs around the venue.
As mentioned, Las Vegas isn’t shy about dreaming big and exploring fresh, new, and innovative ideas that don’t always pan out. With that in mind, this post should serve as a time capsule of sorts of the things we explored that are no more.
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.