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Weird weddings: the 10 strangest places to get married in Las Vegas

Published On 07/01/2014 Published On 07/01/2014
Mob Museum
Mob Museum
Treasure Island
Graceland Wedding Chapel
The Gun Store
KISS Monster Mini Golf
Barbara Kraft
The Mob Museum
Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours
Denny’s
The Venetian
The Neon Museum
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1. Treasure Island Hotel & Casino 3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Nestled snugly into The Strip, Treasure Island is one of Sin City's premiere hotels, offering a slew of dining options, plus rotating shows and performances.

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2. Graceland Wedding Chapel 619 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

It's the site of many celebrity weddings, including the one and only Elvis. Because who wouldn't want to exchange vows with the King?

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3. The Gun Store 2900 E Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89121 (Off Strip)

Try your hand at saving the world with the "Zombie Package" that has you shooting an AR15, an XDM9, and a shotgun. Or, choose a VIP package like the Triple 7, which'll leave you having fired over 500 rounds with 20+ weapons.

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4. KISS Monster Mini Golf 4503 Paradise Rd, las vegas, NV 89169 (Strip)

Because nothing spells "childhood fun" like wildly libidinous men wearing demon makeup, this 15000sqft putt-athon has been Dressed to Kill as a black-lit, glow-in-the-dark shrine complete with animatronic band members, a live DJ, Vegas-inspired murals (the Rat Pack... dressed like KISS), and a wall of speakers set with a giant fish tank that'll probably end up overrun by rock lobsters.

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5. Tryst Night Club 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

This Wynn nightclub with a subtle, intimate atmosphere as well as an outdoor deck and pool area boasts a waterfall by the pool with a little bit of breathing room compared to other Vegas latenight staples.

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6. Mob Museum 300 Stewart Ave, Las Vegeas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

Taking over the former federal courthouse that once held the Kefauver Committee hearings, this 41,000sqft shrine to organized crime is headed by a former FBI special agent of 24 years, and will assault patrons with a pool cue slew of multimedia, multi-sensory exhibits detailing the rise of the Mob, its arrival in Vegas (including its ties to the Gaming Control Board), and its battles with J. Edgar Hoover and several other do-gooders whose sexuality wasn't provocative enough to warrant a movie with Leonardo DiCaprio.

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7. Grand Canyon , , AZ

The Grand Canyon is one of the most iconic American landmarks. Enjoy the National Park and learn about the history of the great canyon.

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8. Denny's 450 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

Denny’s on Fremont St is the brand’s flagship diner and offers a one-of-a-kind Denny’s experience. It has a number of over-the-top and unexpected features including an interactive photo booth, exclusive menu items and even an in-house wedding chapel,.

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9. Venetian Resort & Casino 3355 South Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

A staple in the Vegas resort empire, the Venetian rocks world class accommodations (five diamonds, and diamonds are totally better than stars!), plus killer eats from Delmonico's, Rockhouse, and more.

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10. The Neon Museum 770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

The Neon Museum is most famous for being the keepers of all the iconic, historic signs and marquees that (as Starship would say) built this city.

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