This store is located in a originally 1920 El Portal movie theater. Later it was converted to a store. There are all manner of decorative item with Native American themes to be purchased. In addition there is a large selection of native American jewelry for sale.
Update, this establishment has been replaced with a clothes store sadly:(
We've been in this store too many times to count. I am always drawn to the 47-foot Trojan Horse. Something so special about it. We always find something here for the boys. Has some unique toys and what ever is popular, they usually always have it.
Sunday - Thursday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday
10:00am - Midnight
FAO Schwarz Map
As with the HRC at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, I am listing this under "Shopping", since I came just to buy pins.
This location on the Strip opened in 2009, is three-floors of interactive exhibits, including the famous "Rock Wall', and features the world's largest Rock Shop. The cafe was hopping, and I noticed they have patio dining (which I'm sure is GREAT when it is not December...).
As I said, I came here for the pins, and was AGAIN offered dozens from which to choose. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
What to buy: Hard Rock Pins - $10-15 each (sometimes they have discounted pins for $5 each)
Hard Rock Shirts - $25-35
I'm listing this under "Shopping", because I only came here to buy my pins, but it is a full restaurant, and has lots of cool music memorabilia - definitely worth a stop for the rock-n-roll fan! I ended up buying 6 pins from this location (they have dozens at any given time!), knowing full well there is a second location on the Strip that I would also be visiting. The Rock Shop is fully stocked - I could easily do all my Holiday shopping here! (T-shirt for mom, shot glass for dad, hat for brother, bears for nieces...). If you are a Hard Rock Rewards member, this is a participating location.
What to buy: Hard Rock Cafe pins - $10-13 each
Hard Rock T-shirts - $25-35
Hard Rock Shots - $8
Hard Rock Bears - $10-15
Sadly this was in the Sahara Hotel, which has closed:(
Nascar fans will love this place. Located just inside the Sahrah Hotel, next to the NASCAR Cafe that offers museum quality memorabilia from your favorite drivers. There are two floors of NASCAR gifts, which include jumpsuits, helmets and even the cars themsleves. Checkout the top floor to overlook the fans wandering below. This place also offer great food and drinks from both floors. Check out the video game room too.
There is lots of interesting restaurants and casino, but there is lot of different gift shops to browse through. Plus, you do not need to drive around here since the road is closed and only open for foot traffic. So while you shop you can be entertained by the one of the largest light shows in the world.
There are many souvenir shops along the whole of Las Vegas with many concentrated along the both end of the strip where you can buy assorted souvenir items, these shops sell cheap souvenir items, more cheaper than buying at the souvenir shops of the different casino complexes and there are a dizzying array of souvenir items to choose from like regular stuffs like t-shirts, caps, hats, shot glasses, key chains, refrigerator magnets and more and the exotic stuffs like elvis outfits, cowboy outfits, risque outfits and more. among these souvenir shops include:
Bonanza Gift Shop
2460 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Telephone: (702) 385-7359
Gamblers General Store
800 S. Main Street
Telephone: (702) 382-9903
I Can't Believe It's Made in Nevada
5757 Wayne Newton Blvd.
Telephone: (702) 261-4116
Vegas Supplies and Gifts
4080 W Desert Inn Rd #W-103
What to buy: any las vegas souvenir items you desire like snow globes for just $ 11.99, refrigerator magnets at $ 3.99, post cards at 4 for $ 1.99 and more.
What to pay: not a dent n your wallet
If you want to buy really cheap souvenirs from las vegas that don't cost that much, then hop around the Bonanza Gift Stores at the Northern End of the Strip near the Circus Circus Complex. There you will find the largest Souvenir and Gift Store in Las Vegas and they proudly claimed that they are the "World's Largest Gift Shop" and the place is really huge and occpies nearly a block and inside are huge selections of gifts and souvenir items both of the regular kind and the outreageous kinds.
according to their website:
Bonanza Gift Shop, World's Largest Gift Shop, established in one of the historical first Las Vegas Strip shopping centers in 1980, is a virtual cornucopia of Las Vegas souveniers and gifts with a little bit of everything else thrown in. Over 40,000 square feet of shopping hysteria. The bizarre, the unusual, yes even the weird all available in one giant place.
At World's Largest Gift Shop you will find kitsch to classy. Only here can you get a dice clock to suit every decorator's motif and beautiful, handmade Native American jewelry. The aura of Vegas past abounds with pictures of the Rat Pack, T-shirts with the Fabulous Las Vegas sign and Miss Atom Bomb, as well as that old Vegas standby: the green dealer's visor. This just ain't your daddy's old t-shirt and postcard store!!
Located at Sahara and the Strip, World's Largest Gift Shop is easily accessible from the Strip and Downtown. It is open from 8:00 am to midnight (Pacific Time) seven days a week, except on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Shop in person for the best cheap thrills! The friendly staff can help you with all your Las Vegas souvenier needs. Don't be afraid to ask for something; chances are World's Largest Gift Shop has it.
On the World's Largest Gift Shop website, you'll find awesome Vegas momentos and an ever expanding selection of our best offerings. Shop with confidence, we are members of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. Your satisfaction is guaranteed by our 30-day return policy. And if you do not see what you are looking for, email or call; our friendly staff is waiting and willing to take your money.
What to buy: how about a las vegas refrigerator magnets at just $ 3.99 or shot glasses at just $ 2.99. you can also buy cowboy outfits, Elvis Outfits, pillows, books, las vegas gaming souvenirs like poker chips and more. the list goes on and on.
Opens:8 a.m. - midnight (Pacific Time)
What to pay: not a dent on your wallet
This is the offical store of Viva Elvis by Cirque Du Soleil. If your a Elvis fan and like to collect Elvis souvenirs, then you will enjoy this place. I didn't buy anything, but it was fun exploring this little gem.
There are many Louis Vuitton Stores in Las Vegas but the best one is actually located at the Strip itself. It's about three stories of Louis Vuitton items!
There's also one at the Wynn's Hotel which is also good. Most of the sales representative at Wynn Hotel's LV are very courteous and very helpful.
The Aria Hotel shop has also an LV outlet.
What to buy: Depends on what you like. They have even the latest purses!
What to pay: If you like LV, then you know the prices. There's no discounts at all.
"Prada" said once, is enough. This world wide fashion diva of a shop is just one of the high roller stores of Las Vegas' latest ultra modern shopping center Crystals at CityCenter. You may think it is just a mall shopping complex, but the names on the shops are anything but mall fodder. There are many high end fashion stores such as Prada, Jimmy Choo, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co, Roberto Cavalli and TOM FORD, to name just a few. Gourmet restaurants abound with the offerings of Mastro's Ocean Club, Beso Steakhouse, Todd English P.U.B., and Wolfgang Puck.
Prada is highlighted because I became lightheaded and light in the pocket after my wife got over her drooling and purchased a specialty bag. What is it with women and purses? High Fashion and with three floors covering 23,000 square feet of space, there will be a lot of wows, not only for the beauty and quality of the merchandise but for the price. It houses the Prada collections of bags, footwear, accessories, and ready-to-wear for both women and men. There is no charge for browsing, just no drooling over the handbags. ;-)
What to buy: There are so many fabulous designer fashion items at all of the shops to choose among, that the only thing I can say is: "Remember your Platinum Credit Card. Don't leave home without it."
What to pay: $$$$ and more $$$$!!!
Guitar heaven is a place on earth and it is definitely located in the desert of Nevada! Visit Ed Roman's guitar shop because it's the world's largest guitar store. I discovered a nice transblack Baker in 2005 and I returned one year later to buy it (Stephan, thanks for guarding it).
Satisfy your sweet tooth by indulging in an environment that is equally as inviting as its treats. They have crepes, gourmet sandwiches, and salads along with our exquisite pastries. World Pastry Champion Jean-Philippe Maury's signature chocolates are on display and exquisitely packaged or hand-select your favorites to create a custom box as a tasty souvenir. See the lovely huge flowers on display?, those are chocolate.
Located on the Casino level next to the guest elevators.
Daily: 6:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
M&M World is a four-story shop filled with chocolate sweetness, toys, clothing and souvenirs of original M&M mrand merchandise. This is where you will find most of the kids that visit Las Vegas along with their parents.
Hours: 9am-11pm Sun-Thurs
9am-12 midnight Fri-Sat
What to buy: Coin purses, key chains, drinking mugs, drinking glasses. t-shirts, candy gift sets, and hand bags. Put it like this; if they can get a picture of one of the M&M's on it. it's in there!
What to pay: Depending on what think you will want. Be careful in there, even grown-ups get carried away!
Where else but Vegas could you find a store that sells nothing but M&M's? It's not some little tiny corner store either, it's like a department store. Nothing but M&M's. If you have to ask what an M&M is, you are not likely to go to this store anyway but they are candied coated chocolate that ingeniously melts in your mouth, not in your hands. I personally think this marketing slogan is the only reason they really made it. We love the almond ones for hiking but not sure they deserve a store of their own, at least not of this size. It's packed though and of course, they don't just sell the candy, they sell ANYTHING that has M&M on it. You name, they sell it. Dream it, they'll make it. No, no, that's the fancy chocolate store at The Bellagio.