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The Best Las Vegas Souvenir Shops

Posted by Maverick Helicopters on Jun 5, 2016 6:30:00 PM

A trip to Vegas is one you’ll want to remember with a memento you can take home with you. Check out these five best Las Vegas souvenir shops to find just the right item:

  1. Pawn Stars Shop Gold and Silver Pawn Shop

    If the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop sounds familiar, you may recognize it as the setting of the popular "Pawn Stars" show on the History Channel. Stop by to get a glimpse of Rick, The Old Man, Corey, or Chumlee and pick up a souvenir while you’re there. The shop carries a huge variety of items in all price ranges, including some specifically connected to Las Vegas, so chances are excellent you’ll find something you want to buy.

  2. M&M’s World

    Just browsing through M&M’s World is a fun experience for the senses, with four floors and 28,000 square feet of everything M&M. Pick up a wide variety of M&M items, including T-shirts, shower curtains, and robes. Customize an ID tag to take home or choose a champagne bottle filled with M&Ms. You can also create personalized candies in just a few minutes. Emblazon them with your name, the date of your vacation, or choose from 14 Las Vegas icons.

  3. Gamblers General Store

    It’s only fitting the world’s largest gambling supply superstore is located in Las Vegas. Gamblers General Store carries over 15,000 gambling products for casino and home use, from tables to chip sets to cards and everything in between. They also have mini-casinos and drinking games that make great souvenirs, as well as an array of Vegas-themed items including ashtrays, glasses, keychains and bottle openers.

  4. Bonanza Gift Shop

    Billing itself as the world’s largest gift shop, Bonanza has everything you would typically think of being in a souvenir shop – and more. The shop has over 38,000 square feet of space packed with Vegas souvenirs. Pick up a small, easy-to-pack item like a T-shirt, magnet, hat, or piece of jewelry. There’s even an extensive selection of liquor. If you need a souvenir for a child, Bonanza has recently added a new area filled with toys, clothing, games and more for the younger set.

  5. Houdini’s Magic Shop

    Magic has been a staple of Las Vegas shows for years, and Houdini’s Magic Shop offers the chance to take a bit of that magic home. With four Las Vegas locations, there’s a Houdini Magic Shop near your hotel or other destination. The shop combines a retail store with entertainment, offering free magic shows throughout the day. From card magic to coin magic to pranks, you’ll be able to find a variety of magic-related souvenirs at Houdini’s.

For more tips on how to enjoy your Las Vegas trip, download Maverick Helicopter’s free Beginner's Guide to Vegas.

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