If you've been craving an experience that lets you step outside the box, this destination will fill you with wonder. Area15 in Las Vegas has recently opened its doors, and it is filled with incredible installations that will transport you to another realm. You can lose yourself in neon trees, towering sculptures, and tasty treats galore.

Area15 is a dreamy combination of art and sensory experiences in the city.

The brand new exhibit offers you the chance to immerse yourself in technicolor rooms while exploring fascinating rides or to taste new flavors.

Inside the venue, you can find a sprawling expanse of jaw-dropping creations, including a colossal skull sculpture.

Oddwood Bar lets you sip boozy concoctions under a towering neon tree that feels like something out of Ferngully.

If you're craving a sweet treat, Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream offers wildly delicious scoops that are photo-worthy.

While the Birdly simulator lets you experience a bird's flight first hand.

According to the website, you will feel everything "from the wind beneath your wings to a bird' s-eye view of some of the richest landscapes."

You can even ride a comet for an adrenaline-packed adventure that the website compares to a "hang-gliding, free-falling, zip-lining, and roller coaster hybrid."

The whole thing feels like you've wandered into an alternate and rainbow decorated version of Alice's wonderland.

You can explore the incredible art pieces or just let yourself get lost among the fantastic decorations.

To visit, you have to create a profile. You can manage your tickets there, and admission is free from the website.

This surreal spot offers a truly mesmerizing experience, and the best part is that it's nestled right in the heart of Sin City.

The only question is, who will you bring with you to check out this incredible new destination?

Area15

Price: Free

Address: 3215 S. Rancho Dr., Las Vegas, NV

Why You Need To Go: You can check out this surreal art exhibit that is filled with amazing technicolor installations.


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