These 'Honey, I Blew Up The Kid' Film Sites In Vegas Are The '90s Nostalgia You Need
Does anyone else miss VCRs?
We miss the days of Blockbuster rentals and '90s nostalgia, but luckily Vegas has us covered. These Honey, I Blew Up The Kid Las Vegas filming locations give us the ultimate throwback vibes. You can follow the wild romp through these legendary landmarks and revisit a favorite childhood film in the process.
Four Queens Hotel
Address: 202 Fremont St., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: Featured several times during the escapades of Adam the toddler, the Four Queens Hotel has been around since 1966 and is one of ' most recognizable spots.
The Neon Museum
Address: 770 N. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: Many of the old signs that used to grace Fremont Street can still be seen at theMuseum. There's even a second neon guitar from the Hard Rock Hotel like the one the giant toddler plays in the .
Address: Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: Though many of the signs, bars, and hotels are different now, Fremont Street is still lit up with neon lights and signs and is the perfect way to get a glimpse of "Old Vegas."
Famous Neon Cowboy (aka Vegas Vic)
Address: 25 Fremont St., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: The famous neon cowboy makes a couple of appearances in the movie, with his signature "howdy partner" and waving arm, and is now featured over a renowned souvenir shop.
Address: 4455 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: This spot was initially the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, a Vegas legend and the location for the famous scene where giant toddler Adam plays the neon guitar.
The Mirage Hotel
Address: 3400 Las Vegas Blvd S., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: The nightly volcano show not only cameoed briefly in the movie but is an excellent free experience outside the Mirage Hotel that will leave you feeling like a kid again.