Have you ever wondered what a 24 ft tall glass bong would look like? If so you need to get to Las Vegas and experience the Cannabition Cannabis Museum. This museum features a 24-foot tall glass bong that has a 100-gallon water reservoir and the capacity to hold up to 4 oz of cannabis in its bowl named Bongzilla!
Bongzilla is the work of a very talented glass artist named Jason Harris. This name may sound familiar you to you if you are familiar with Operation Pipe Dream which took place in 2003 and included the arrest and incarceration of Tommy Chong.
Jason enlisted the help of 15 glassblowers from the Seattle area to help with this project which took a total of 32 hours of glassblowing to complete!
In case you are wondering, the glass bong which has traveled to several other legal cannabis states is functional. However visitors to the museum will not be able to partake in a toke off of Bongzilla.
Visitors to the museum will be able to see iconic items such as the original Red Shark Chevrolet Caprice that belonged to Hunter S Thompson. The museum also includes a giant pool of plush cannabis nugs in which visitors can slide into upon completion of the tour.
Museum-goers will also be able to view a demonstration of an indoor grow up as well as take in many different historical aspects of the plant and the subculture surrounding it. The museum also offers visitors the chance to purchase CBD products and cannabis paraphernalia in their gift shop.
The museum is located at 450 Fremont Street #140 Las Vegas Nevada 89101. Visitors over the age of 21 are able to visit the museum on Thursday through Sunday between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. and on Tuesday, and Wednesday between 4 and 11 p.m.
Tickets to the museum are $24.20 for general admission and $42 for VIP tickets. VIP tickets include a $10 coupon towards a retail store purchase and no wait! Learn more at cannabition.com!Posted: Friday, October 19th, 10:00am a month ago
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