Cannabis Museum Opening in Las Vegas in July

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A cannabis-centric museum is opening July 1 in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, which will feature a 360-degree theatre and a 22-foot glass bong – the world’s largest – handblown by Jerome Baker Designs in Seattle, Washington over the Apr. 20 weekend. Tickets to Cannabition, which will open at Neonopolis, start at just $4.20.

“Cannabition is an immersive cannabis museum celebrating the cannabis lifestyle through a series of non-consumption, multi-sensory art installations telling the story of the plant from seed to harvest.” – Cannabition, frequently asked questions

Products containing THC will not be available and patrons cannot consume cannabis on-site. Nevada does not allow social cannabis use and the museum is not a dispensary; however, the FAQ claims that the “world’s largest selection of CBD products” will be available.

 “At some point, cannabis will impact your life. … The Cannabis subculture has always been about more than the effects of the actual plant. From its significant global medical uses to current recreational application, it has always revolved connection. The plant becomes a bonding tool that units our peaceful and grounded community. Truly a great equalizer; usage, on any level, begets an obligation to partake in further social interaction.” – Cannabition, in a Apr. 1 Facebook note.

Attendees must be 21-years-old to enter the museum.


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