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AREA15 is a giant immersive playground for adults and kids that features interactive exhibitions, unique experiences, one-of-a-kind shops, and quirky bars and restaurants.
It has a cool vibe and plenty of exciting spaces. It is a treat for all your senses and is guaranteed to amaze you.
What will you find in AREA15?
It’s a massive center with different things to discover that you won’t find anywhere else. We will give you an overview of all that’s on offer by category.
Food and drink
Emack Bolio’s is an award-winning company specializing in ice cream, vegan ice cream, smoothies, and chocolates. They are known for their high-quality ice cream and ridiculously flavorsome cone.
Oddwood is a craft cocktail bar based around a 25-foot tall digital tree that creates patterns with colors from twinkling LED lights.
The unique and vibrant decor throughout is a contrast of uber-modern mixed with bronze, brass, and worn wood bar tops.
The Beast by Todd English is a food hall with a twist. It looks like it’s inside the belly of a dragon. Todd has won the James Beard Award four times and is a renowned chef and restauranteur.
Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart is a supermarket experience like no other. Over 50 visual and musical artists from around the world collaborated on the project. Now you can enjoy the entertaining narrative and tech elements inside the 52,000 square feet it takes up.
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Van Gogh is an Immersive Experience. It is an entirely immersive art exhibition that takes you into the world of Van Gogh. It includes a virtual reality experience, 360-degree digital projections, and a light and sound show.
Museum Fiasco “Cluster” is an immersive installation that features carefully synchronized sound and lighting. You’ll be transported to a place of abstract geometry as this spectacular looks at relationships between time, space, and perception.
Emporium is a combination of an arcade and a bar. You’ll find pool tables as well as classic and new arcade games throughout. There is also nightly music or events held there.
Oz Experience is the future of virtual reality. In this mission-based experience, you will travel to outer space to solve the mystery and return safely back to Earth.
Dueling Axes has 18 different lanes where you can practice ax throwing. It also has a beer and wine bar, plus you can hire a private VIP room.
Five Iron Golf is an indoor golf experience using a simulator. You can hire a simulator, book a lesson, host an event there, and even compete in tournaments and leagues. The site also has a full bar.
Wink World is a visual and sound exhibit that was created by Chris Wink who is one of the three co-founders of Blue Man Group.
It has six infinity mirror rooms, which play on a combination of color, light, sound, and motion so that each is distinct from the others.
Birdly allows you to feel what it’s like to fly like a bird. You’ll even feel the wind beneath your arms and can digitally fly over prehistoric worlds or above New York.
Brainstorm is an interactive experience where you can touch the “brain” exhibit to make it respond and change, or you can move about and engage with it and see how it evolves.
Particle Quest will let you wander through a world full of lush and trippy visualizations. You will put on a Particle Quest Mask and discover the origins of AREA15.
Haley’s Comet is a ride that’s a mix of hang-gliding, zip-lining, free-falling, and a roller coaster. Known as a “rollglider,” it’s one of only a few that exist worldwide.
Lost Spirit’s Distillery is a magical world of pure imagination. It’s an immersive tour that’s a surreal amusement park, fine dining, and exceptional whiskey and rum.
Wild Muse is a boutique that carries handcrafted sustainable apparel, art, accessories, and eco-friendly wellness products sourced locally and globally.
Rocket Fizz is a modern take of a soda pop and candy shop. You’ll find incredible and crazy flavors there as well as some of the good old classics.
AREA15 BAZAAR features unique merchandise to remind you of all the impressive and out-of-this-world experiences you had there.
You’ll find it at 3215 South Rancho Dr, just minutes from the Strip
Yes, there is parking, and it is free.
Monday 12:00 PM — 12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 PM — 12:00 AM
Wednesday 12:00 PM — 12:00 AM
Thursday 12:00 PM — 12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 PM — 2:00 AM
Saturday 10:00 AM — 2:00 AM
Sunday 10:00 AM — 12:00 AM
Yes, anyone under 21 can visit up until 10 PM. Some of the experiences have height and/or weight requirements.
Similar things to do in Las Vegas
If you like the sound of Area15, here are some other similar experiences in Las Vegas.
Akhob art Installation
Akhob Art Installation is a silent color immersion art installation located on the top floor of a handbag shop! It was created by James Turrell, who is a world-renowned artist. It features slowly changing rotating light sources in two massive chambers.
Entry is free, but you need to make a reservation at least two months in advance. Only four people are allowed in simultaneously (six if it’s a private party).
KISS by Monster Mini-golf
This mini-golf center has 13,000 square feet of KISS memorabilia. The course is a fantasy world full of high-tech videos and glow-in-the-dark items.
There is often a DJ playing non-stop KISS tracks and running various trivia contests.
It’s open from 10 AM to midnight every day.
Zak Bagans Haunted Museum
This museum is full of strange and haunted artifacts. It is situated in one of the oldest residences in Las Vegas. Constructed in 1938, it has been the subject of numerous weird urban legends over the years. It also features uniquely themed rooms such as a circus puppet theater.
You can visit by guided tour only, and children under 16 are not allowed in.