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- 98%Family Travelers
- 58%Budget Travelers
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- M&M's WorldMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers
Worth a stop if you're craving chocolate or have the kids in tow. Yes it is very touristy and yes it involves opening your wallet, but overall it's a fun place to look around and grab some samples while staying out of the desert heat. There are tons of affordable souvenirs for the kids. You can take picture with some life-sized characters or watch a cute little 3-D movie starring Red and Yellow and, as always, the chocolate is delicious.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 3
The first ever M&Ms store which was opened in 1997 is a true beauty. Multi-floor all M&Ms decorated, with some giant M&Ms models, chocolate of all different colors that you buy by weight, different merchandising, a 3D movie at the top. You can also print your family member names on the chocolate and surprise them with it.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9
Fun place to go in Vegas (adults and kids alike)...just not so fun for your wallet...if you buy candy, make sure you get the M&Ms that aren't available in stores like mint, raspberry, etc! It's always fun running around the dispensers.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7
One of the few kid oriented errr sell you lots of stupid swag places in lost wages… ohhh wait… who goes here in the first place? Do people really have interest in M&Ms??? Well for me I think ima pass … ohhh chit everyone is going in… I guess I will go inside and try and find entertainment through people watching… It definitely wasn’t by choice that I came here… *SMH*
Alrighty then… just as I was afraid of… its M&M swag central… can I have some free samples at least? Ughhh… PLEASE MAKE IT STOP? Do I really need to find colors of M&Ms that do not exist outside of Willy Wonkas factory for sale to the public?
PRO TIP: AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!
Wait a minute… maybe im on an acid flashback trip… those colors are grooooooooovieeeeeeeeyyyy… wait a minute how can I be on a flash back when I haven’t taken acid ever… ohhh man… what was in that sample… holy chit giant M&Ms are coming to eat me!!! Run hurry move it … ohhhhhhh noooooooo!!!
PSA: So yeah if you feel compelled to buy things you don’t need and won’t wear ever again… don’t come here!
Well I finally made it out of that pysho room and back to normal swag rooms… t shirts, hats, plush toys… OHHH look rednekz it’s a NASCAR reproduction of the M&Ms sponsored ride… go take a picture or see if you can put it in your suitcase… wouldn’t it look good up on blocks in front of the trailer with all the dogs shading underneath it?
On that note… yeah this was obviously not my type of fun. Granted its nice looking out the 4th story windows at the ants errrr M&Ms errrr people down below…Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory BuffsArt & Design Lovers
I don't eat candy so this was not my kind of place--three floors of M&M's of every descriptions and lots of toys and other M&M related knick knacks. I didn't like it but I had a struggle to get my children to leave.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBackpackers+ 2
More M&Ms than you'll know what to do with! Four floors filled with nothing but the colored candies - with their history and fun facts painted on the walls. You'll find any M&M brand merchandise item here, or take a picture with one of the characters out front, or simply fill a bag with the candy. But avoid it on weekends and midday -- kids are EVERYWHERE.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2
M&M's World has this cheesy yet amusing touristy vibe that's meant to attract curious onlookers - but that's the point of visiting Vegas right? M&M's World is three stories of non-stop exposure to M&Ms filled with families and kids. I would go if you're really curious, otherwise look onward.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFamily TravelersFoodies
IT's just a really really big M&M store, so if you are into M&Ms in a big way, you will love this. It's a cool place to get gifts for if you want to get a bunch of cheap stuff to give away to kids or friends.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6
Yep, 4 floors of M & M's.
28,000 square feet.
If you love these little chocolates, this is your place! Even if you aren't in love with them, there's a certain nostalgia associated with this iconic candy. And you can take pictures with the life-sized M's.
You could easily spend a lot of time exploring the entire store, especially if you have children. If you're just an average tourist, you might want to just pop in and out to snap a shot with an M.Recommended for:
- M&M's WorldMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5
You'd be hard-pressed to come here and not want to get one of their seemingly endless collection of M&M-branded products. Everything from toys to mugs to clothes to golf balls and shot glasses to choose from! With four floors, it just keeps coming.