Discover June 2017

Pinball Hall of Fame

Las Vegas is known for the unusual and offbeat. Places like the Neon Museum, the Clown Factory, The Elvis Museum, the Barry Manilow Store and the world's largest collection of pinball machines. Welcome to the wonderful world of pinball wizard Tim Arnold and the Las Vegas Pinball Collectors Club. More than 150 operational pinball machines spanning seven decades are on show and for play at a nondescript warehouse on Tropicana. This summer, drop a quarter in the slot!

Pinball Hall of Fame, 1610 E. Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas. 702-434-9746.

Let's Get Digging

Dig This is the World’s First-Ever Heavy Equipment Playground, where you command the controls of full-sized machines in a safe and fun environment. Experience the rush of playing with massive hydraulic excavators, bulldozers, skid steer loaders, and mini excavators for an hour or all-day. All machine cabs are air-conditioned and wireless radio-equipped. Play bucket-basketball, stack 1-ton tires, teeter-totter on a giant mound, Dig & Destroy (in conjunction with Machine Guns Vegas), or smash a car with the new Aggression Session. Dig This is the ultimate Vegas experience. You’re going to dig it! Pricing begins at $169.00. Minimum age 8 years old (select equipment). Programs available for individuals, family groups, corporate groups, team building, and private events.

Dig This, 3012 S. Rancho Dr., Las Vegas. 702-222-4344.


Art du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil unveils its 12th annual art exhibition, The Collective, an extraordinary collection of artworks created by the company’s performers, technicians and staff in Las Vegas. Serving as a creative outlet for employees, the exhibit will be on display for a limited time, June 1 – 30 at The Metropolitan Gallery of Las Vegas Art Museum, available Wednesdays through Saturdays from 12 – 5 p.m. In addition to the original works created this year, The Collective will also display Cirque du Soleil-owned art pieces, props and costumes from various productions along The Strip to inspire participants in exciting new ways.

The Collective, The Metropolitan Gallery of Las Vegas, Neonopolis Complex, 450 Fremont St.,2nd Fl., Las Vegas 702-382-2926.

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