AREA15, located minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, represents the world’s first purpose-built immersive entertainment district offering live events, distinctive attractions, interactive art installations, extraordinary design elements, unique retail, ground-breaking technology, bars and eateries, and much more. The last time we were in Vegas we made sure to check it out. 

AREA15’s curated mix of dynamic destinations—including Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart, Lost Spirits Distillery, Illuminarium, Dueling Axes, Five Iron Golf, The Beast by Todd English, Wink World, Museum Fiasco, Virtualis VR, Emporium Arcade Bar, and many more—represents what’s next in experiential entertainment. With a robust, ever-changing roster of concerts, events, immersive art exhibitions, out-of-this-world nightlife, and boundary-pushing production shows, AREA15 attracts visitors of all ages. Kid’s area allowed in before 9 PM.

Things to do at AREA15

1. Meow Wolf’s Omega MartOmega Mart Meow Wolf Las Vegas

This immersive art experience takes shoppers on a journey through a world of whimsical products, hidden portals, and bizarre happenings. The shelves are stocked with everything from alien fruit to mind-bending snacks, all presented in a way that will leave you questioning what is real and what is not. Don’t miss out on the chance to explore this one-of-a-kind space and see for yourself why Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart is a must-visit destination.

2. BirdlyBirdly

They have two VR bird simulators and they are so much fun. I was laughing so hard I didn’t do so well. That’s Eden lying down playing the game. We all did the same course so we could compete against each other. I lost and Jonah won. 

3. Illuminarium

Illuminarium is an immersive tech-driven experience with an exclusive menu of infused spirits, offering visitors unique cocktails in a variety of flavors. From basil and blackberry rum and raspberry and mint tequila to Bloody Mary base vodka and sour cherry and strawberry brandy, all creations are made in-house with fresh fruit and herbs that batch for a minimum of 15 days before being served. In addition to cocktails, the space also offers infusion flights that allow visitors to sample up to six of the special flavors.

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4. Dueling Axes

This unique attraction is bound to bring out your competitive spirit as you compete against friends or strangers to see who has the most accurate aim. It’s not only a fun activity, but it’s also a great stress-reliever (as long as you don’t accidentally hit your foot!). So, gather up your best mates and head on over to Dueling Axes for an axe-throwing experience that you won’t soon forget. And don’t worry if you’re not a seasoned ax-thrower, their experienced coaches will guide you through the process and make sure you’re a pro in no time.

5. Five Iron Golf

Whether you’re a die-hard golfer or just looking for a fun night out with friends, Five Iron Golf has got you covered. With state-of-the-art simulators and a great selection of food and drinks, you’ll feel like you’re on the green even if you’re in the middle of the desert. Get ready to show off your swing, enjoy some friendly competition, and have a blast at Five Iron Golf. After all, golf is a sport best played with a drink in hand!

6. Wink WorldWink World

Wink World was super random and super loud. It’s a quick experience where you walk through six different rooms and a hallway. My kids are teenagers and college students so they were a little too old for this whimsical experience. I found it to be for kids 12 and under or adults that are tipsy. 

7. Virtualis VR

The ultimate virtual reality experience at Area 15 in Las Vegas! Immerse yourself in a world of exhilaration and surrealism where you can soar through the clouds, battle zombies or even step into the shoes of a secret agent. The possibilities are endless! With state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge technology, you’ll be able to experience amazing visuals, opposable motion controllers and even haptic feedback. With Virtualis VR, the world truly becomes your playground and your imagination your only limit.

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8. Emporium Arcade BarEmporium Arcade Bar

Las Vegas has a new destination for all the partygoers 21 and older – Emporium Arcade Bar! Found inside AREA15, minutes from the Strip, this vibrant spot offers an unforgettable entertainment experience. Gamers will find classic arcade faves and other interactive attractions like pool tables and pinball machines that take you back to your childhood days filled with fun times.

Area 15Enjoy innovative craft beer selections or exciting cocktails while taking in thoughtful murals by local artists. Plus, get ready to jumpstart your nights out at one of many live shows hosted here or join tournaments across different types of games that’ll make every visit exhilaratingly unique! 

9. Lost Spirits Distillery

Lost Spirits Distillery is a distinctive experience, offering an immersive, circus-style show and a working rum distillery. Visitors can enjoy performances in its labyrinth of stages and lounges while sipping a drink made with the distillery’s handcrafted 19th-century-style English rum.

10. LIFTOFF Bar and Ride

A 3,762 square feet outdoor event space featuring a full-service bar at the base of LIFTOFF, the 130-foot-tall, panoramic skyline experience offering 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding areas.

  • LIFTOFF lounge capacity – up to 155 people  
  • LIFTOFF panoramic gondola capacity – up to 16 people at a time
  • Representing the first of its kind built in the United States, LIFTOFF was manufactured by Aerophile, the world leader in balloon flight.

11. Beast by Todd English

The Beast by Todd English

Beast is an immersive culinary adventure that’s sure to indulge all of your senses. From the moment you step inside, you’ll be transported to a world of dark glamour and decadent luxury. And the food? Let’s just say that you won’t be disappointed. Each dish is prepared with care and attention to detail, resulting in bold, complex flavors that are truly unforgettable.Bloody Mary at Beast by Todd English

They have a cocktail they set on fire and a totally outrageous 32oz Bloody Mary with all kinds of food as toppings like wings and sliders!

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12. Kaia Handroll

Kaia Handroll

Kaia Handroll at Area 15 in Las Vegas is a must-try. Their handrolls are packed with fresh ingredients like avocado, cucumber, and salmon, all wrapped up in a sheet of nori and served with a side of soy sauce. It’s the perfect snack for those on the go or for anyone who wants a flavorful meal without feeling weighed down. Their Japanese Caesar salad is excellent and the ubi cheesecake is great. 

 

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