A Cannabis Enthusiasts Guide to Las Vegas

A Cannabis Enthusiasts Guide to Las Vegas - Acres Cannabis

Known as the entertainment capital, Las Vegas is a 24-hour city offering everything you could want in a vacation; sun and sand at Mandalay Bay Beach, the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, extravagant nightclubs, and regularly occurring concerts. In addition to becoming an adult playground and a food lover’s dream destination, the legalization of cannabis has opened the door for Sin City to become a mecca for Cannabis Tourism.

While it is still illegal to make use of cannabis in public, the recreational market for marijuana products and the businesses that cater to its enthusiasts is booming. ― If you are going to be in Las Vegas, here are a list of tips for the best cannabis shops and places to experience in the valley:

Where to Buy Cannabis

If you are looking for a unique marijuana store experience, visit us at Acres Cannabis. Located in the heart of Las Vegas, our 20,000 square foot shop is the largest cannabis cultivation facility in Nevada. Acres Cannabis is not your average dispensary. The Underground Marijuana Farmer’s market is the first of its kind with a live joint-rolling machine that creates 100 joints in three minutes.

Discover small producers and growers with a passion for cultivating. Talk with them about extraction methods, whether cocoa or soil produces better flowers, or make a purchase. Different vendors are featured each week, allowing you to expand your palette for recreational adventures with new farms and products.

If you prefer gummies, visit the Acres Cannabis kitchen; the only open view extraction kitchen in the state. The gummies are made right in front of you with our extraction team conducting THC removal from the plant into an oil form.

Cannabis Events

Forget losing your money at the casino tables or touring the Hoover Dam. Las Vegas offers activities, tours, and events for enthusiasts of the Cannabis Culture that you can not find anywhere else.

  • Cannabition Cannabis Museum Tours create unique experiences for their audience, whether they enjoy cannabis habits or are interested in the culture. Connect and engage like never before with art exhibits and interactive experiences that let you listen, smell, and touch. Look through a Raw Cones kaleidoscope joint and take an elevator ride to the top of Bongzilla. At 24 feet tall, it is the World’s Biggest Bong.

  • The Cannabis Pairing Dinner by Cultivating Spirits is a chef-prepared 3-course meal that is prepared at your home or rental. This one-of-a-kind experience blends locally-harvested, small-batch craft Cannabis and wine with gourmet cuisine crafted to enhance the flavors through smoking. Especially for small groups, this is a perfect venue to start a bachelor or bachelorette party or getaway weekend. Learn about cannabis terpenes and flavor profiles in a fun, interactive way.

  • Herbology Tours give you an insider’s view of the Cannabis business. Learn about the medicinal properties of the flower as well as how the plants are grown. This educational look at the industry addresses its extraction, preparation, and consumption to help individuals suffering from a wide range of ailments and maladies.

  • 420 Tours Las Vegas uses vehicles customized for catering to cannabis consumers. Tour offerings are designed with the enthusiast in mind. From Edible Kitchen tours to I Brought My Budtender, get a personalized, unparalleled experience.

  • Loopr combines food, craft brewing, and nightlife with cannabis tourism. The exclusive mobile lounges make it easy for you to get from your accommodations to your dispensary and other activities in style. Equipped with curated music videos and laser light shows, you can take advantage of discounts at some of your favorite establishments.

Although still a fledgling industry, new businesses are opening that cater to the cannabis tourism market all the time.

Cannabis Restaurants

Las Vegas has become a foodie paradise in recent years. Where else can you find a $5,000 burger or grab a cocktail at five degrees below zero? Whether you’re craving a real meal or have a case of the munchies, you’ll find something to fill the void and satisfy the taste buds.

  • Bacchanal Buffet at Caesar’s Palace is the definition of decadence. Choose from spare ribs, mini salads, and lobster benedict, to chocolate mousse and lollipops. With what seems like miles of succulent displays, there is something for everyone.

  • Hash House A Go Go is known for its humongous portions of classic American meals. Order a platter-sized omelet, head-sized corned beef on rye, or a burger stuffed with guacamole and pepper jack.

  • Nacho Daddy’s gourmet nachos and top of the line margaritas may be the best value in Las Vegas. High-quality ingredients, made to order meals, and a $5 Happy Hour menu fills you up without emptying your wallet.

Cannabis Activities

Shows, clubs, restaurants, and cocktails in Sin City often come at a premium price. If you are in town to visit your favorite dispensary and want to kick back and have fun without dropping hundreds of dollars, you are in luck. Here is a list of activities that provide hours of entertainment without the huge price tag:

Fremont Street is in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. From the Rat Pack and Binion’s Horseshoe to the original Post Office that houses the Mob Museum, this is where it all began. The Fremont Street Experience is one of the best parties in town. A 90-foot high video canopy covers this five-block pedestrian mall. With millions of LED lights, this impressive sight displays videos, ads, and light shows. Surrounded by casinos, restaurants, and activities, you can soak up the atmosphere.

The canopy is not the only attraction of downtown. This 1,500-foot section of Fremont Street is ideal for taking in a free concert and people watching. As you wander along the pedestrian-only stretch, you may see magic tricks and get your picture taken with Star Wars characters. Cover bands play concerts on three stages and rotate weekly, while buskers perform on every block. There is also the occasional dominatrix, hula girls wearing nothing but grass skirts, and old guy wearing a diaper smoking a cigar. This is Vegas. Anything is possible.

People-watching on The Strip is almost as entertaining as downtown, but there are also free activities here that cannot be beaten.

  • The waterworks show in front of the Bellagio features fountains that shoot more than 400 feet in the air, timed to music and lights for a mesmerizing event.

  • The Volcano at the Mirage has scorching heat, flames, and explosions that rock that block.

  • The Fall of Atlantis is at the heart of Caesar’s Forum Shops. Grab a cocktail and enjoy the special effects, nine-foot animatronic talking statues, and fireballs.

There are tons of shows and activities that are entertaining without breaking the bank.

  • Planet Hollywood and downtown casinos with smaller venues host shows like Zombie Burlesque, Marriage Can Be Murder dinner theater and stand-up comedy.

  • The Stratosphere has the tallest freestanding observation tower in the US. Whether you go to the observation deck and take in a 360-degree view of the city, try one of the rides at the top, or have a cocktail in the rotating restaurant and lounge, it is an experience you should not miss.

  • Skydiving takes getting high to a whole new level. There are several companies on The Strip, but Skydive Las Vegas is about 30 minutes out of town, and claim to take you higher than anyone else.

Cannabis Accommodations
in Las Vegas

According to Nevada law, cannabis products can only be consumed in private, which means you could get fined if caught enjoying a smoke in your hotel room. Thankfully, there is a multitude of other lodging options offered by hosts that appreciate the greener things in life. Herbology Tours, Bud and Breakfast, Cannabis Tours and GreenTripz can help you find cozy high-rise apartments, luxury homes with private swimming pools and hotels that provide 420-friendly accommodations.

Driving while under the influence of cannabis is just as illegal as drunk driving. Obtaining lodging within walking distance of the activities you want to enjoy is the easiest way to get around. If that isn’t an option, take advantage of the alternative modes of transportation to avoid the chance of getting pulled over and having an entirely different Las Vegas experience.

Distances can be deceiving here. Even if you are only going from one casino to another, it could be several miles. The Las Vegas Monorail runs from the MGM Grand to the SLS Las Vegas at the north end of The Strip. It makes seven stops, including The LINQ and the Westgate. Single and multi-day unlimited ride passes are available, so you can see more and walk less.

Cannabis in Las Vegas

If you are planning a trip to Las Vegas, contact Acres Cannabis. We can help with your marijuana dispensary and Cannabis Tourism needs.

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