When most people think of the Nevada desert, they think of an arid expanse without a drop of water in sight. What they don’t realize, though, is that the desert is home to multiple six-foot-tall geysers that spit boiling water five-plus feet in the air. Known as the Fly Geyser, this manufactured collection of geysers is a must-see for anyone visiting the desert.
You might look at a supermarket and see it as a place to pick up groceries. Others see it as inspiration for their next art installation. This inspiration is exactly what brought the immersive “Omega Mart” exhibit to Las Vegas.
The Goldwell Open Air Museum in Beatty, Nevada, has been named one of the most unique places to view art in the entire world. It features seven massive sculptures, including a life-size version of the Last Supper, a tribute to one of Leonardo Da Vinci’s most famous paintings.
If you love clowns and quirky motels, The Clown Motel in Tonopah, Nevada, has got you covered. If you suffer from coulrophobia, you better steer clear.
Under Lucky Stars recently released a new map to the stars. This guide is perfect for amateur astronomers who want to learn about the best places in the U.S. where they can take in the beauty of the stars. It also provides insight into the country’s best national parks based on their stargazing opportunities.
Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mybushotel was founded by a group of friends who renovated an old school bus in preparation for a road trip through South America. Today, the company has three school buses – or “skoolies,” as they’re affectionately known – available to rent or buy, and they’re currently working on a fourth. If you’re looking to renovate your own hotel on wheels, but you don’t know where to start, the team at Mybushotel is also happy to renovate a bus to your specifications.
Renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone wants to promote the “creative expression of human presence in the desert.” His large-scale public art installation, titled “Seven Magic Mountains,” does that and more. It is a towering display of seven, colorful towers that soar above the landscape, just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Located roughly a hundred miles northeast of Reno, Nevada, the annual gathering fondly known as “Burning Man” has been mesmerizing art audiences for over three decades. While “Burning Man” has a tangled history, it was founded in 1986 and is now maintained by Burning Man Project, a non-profit organization boasting its headquarters in San Francisco, California.
Las Vegas is billed as “Sin City.” It’s true, there’s a lot to do if you want to demonstrate a little bad behavior – dance clubs, gambling, shows, and drinks abound. However, there are also a lot of exciting and unique things to experience in Vegas, Nevada. Give selfies a stunning backdrop with these not-to-be-missed Las Vegas sights.
“The ORB” is an eye-catching art installation designed by a group of architects and artists led by Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange from Copenhagen, Denmark, for Burning Man, the popular festival running from August 26th until September 3rd, 2018, in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada.