Museums of every conceivable shap and size are an irrefutable staple of American culture. Anyone can visit a variety of museums throughout the country and relive history in their own way. Cannabition, an immersive, cannabis-themed museum, is taking this concept to a whole new level in Downtown Las Vegas this summer with larger than life exhibits and an eye for interactive collections. Why stopping by Cannabition cannabis museum should be on your list of things to do in Vegas.

Cannabition Cannabis Museum Breaks Barriers in DTLV

Cannabis has become both recreationally legalized in nine states and medically in another 21 states, resulting in a $9 billion industry as of 2017, a cannabis museum in Las Vegas, or somewhere in America, was inevitable.

This coming Summer in the City of Sin, Cannabition will open its doors to Downtown Las Vegas’ glorious and wonderful Fremont Street Experience for many locals and millions of tourists to experience,   promising visitors an “immersive cannabis museum experience celebrating the cannabis lifestyle.”

Founder JJ Walker, a man whose impressive career in the cannabis and event production industries includes ownership of a dispensary in Denver and the founding of My 420 Tours, Cannabition is a museum with a purpose beyond getting visitors stoned.

“The goal of Cannabition is to bring cannabis out of the depths of subculture and black market into the mainstream,” said Walker. “Cannabis is a very life-healing plant and this place is a celebration of that and everything it has been, everything it is and everything it will continue to be.”

Cannabition museum represents a new direction for Downtown Las Vegas Venues

Walker describes the general ambiance of Cannabition as “Alice in Wonderland meets Willie Wonka meets your neighborhood drug dealer.” Expect in this case, the ‘drug dealer’ is actually a “dispensary that legally sells marijuana and provides customers the best possible experience.”

While Cannabition will provide an immersive cannabis-themed experience, albeit without the plant itself due to state laws, its most impressive asset is the collaboration that the museum commissioned from famed Oregon-based glassblowers Jerome Baker Designs and Chihuly Glass. Together, they are constructing a gargantuan 24-foot bong, lovingly called “Bongzilla.” The piece, which will be installed inside Cannabition is also known as “The World’s Largest Bong”, and hopefully will earn its own Guinness world record upon completion.

While cannabis won’t be sold within Cannabition nor is it allowed to be consumed on site, the newest Vegas attraction will also boast the world’s largest collection of CBD products.              

Celebrate the Success of Las Vegas Recreational Cannabis Laws with Cannabition cannabis museum

Recreational legalization in Nevada has proven to be quite a success. Bolstered by a vibrant tourist economy, recreational cannabis sold almost $200 million in retail sales within the first six months of legalization. Celebrate the success of recreational cannabis laws or satisfy your curiosity by reserving your Cannabition tickets today!