In addition to the 28,000 square feet of shop space, M&M’s World in Las Vegas has a 3-D movie theatre, a broad range of candies, a racing vehicle, and every form of M&M souvenir you could want.
On the Las Vegas Strip, there is just one M&M’s Globe. However, there are five throughout the World. London, Orlando, and New York City round out the list as Henderson, a Las Vegas enclave.
As far as the one we’re discussing here goes, it’s located next to the MGM Grand at the Showcase Mall in Las Vegas. Vegas, M&M’s World, is located at the following address:
3785 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV. 89109
Phone number: (702) 458-8864
Grand Canyon Experience (north of MGM Grand) and NY-NY Hotel and Casino (right across the street) are only a few blocks apart.
My 4-year-old son had a blast with this little distraction. You can either select M&Ms with uncommon colors and flavors (such as coconut) or even create M&Ms with a customized message.
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My children were mesmerized by the wide variety of M&M dispensers (seen in the picture below) in every color imaginable.
M&M’s here are more costly than they would be at a grocery store, but my daughter felt the extra cost was worth it, particularly because she didn’t have to pay for them. If my memory serves me well, the distributed M&M’s cost about $12 per pound.
T-shirts, pajamas, coffee mugs, shot glasses, dispensers, toy cars, towels, and even undergarments can all be found here, all with the M&M emblem. M&M underwear may not be the best way to spend money in Las Vegas, but I’m not sure why you’d need it. I purchased an M&M poker chip as a keepsake.
An actual NASCAR automobile is also on display. The M&M’s emblem is prominently displayed on the number 18 vehicle piloted by Kyle Busch.
The Free 3-D World of M&M’s
The 3-D movie “I Lost My ‘M’ in Las Vegas” is located on the fourth and final level of the shop.
This is a free, family-friendly, and very well-made short film. Considering the low cost, it’s well worth the detour.
Shows begin at nine o’clock in the morning and continue all day long. From Tuesdays through Thursdays, the service ends at 6 p.m.; on weekends, holidays, and weekdays after 8, the service ends.
A fun photo op with M&Ms and a replica of the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign can be found on the 4th level, just outside the movie theater’s entrance.
Third-level windows provide excellent views of the casinos and the Strip below and commerce.
As a side note, if you’d want a photo of your child with one of the M&M characters, you may do it on the street level. It’s not uncommon for other children’s characters to be seen in the area. Like SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer, they are not M&M’s characters. Instead, they’re self-assured businesspeople hoping to earn a few extra bucks when your youngster approaches them to ask for a picture with their favorite TV character.
M&M’s World Hours in Las Vegas
From 9 a.m. until midnight, M&M’s World Las Vegas is open seven days a week.
You can see M&M’s World in red on this map and the parking garage entrance in yellow.
Previously, we advised drivers to leave their cars at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, which is only a short walk away. M&M’s World’s main entrance was about a third of a mile away from the self-parking garage, but the walk was completely free. On the other hand, this isn’t true anymore.
Parking at the MGM Grand is always free if you’re just going to be gone for a short time. If you remain for more than 61 minutes, you will be charged $10.
Parking at the MGM Grand costs $18 if you remain for more than four hours (up to 24 hours).
Showcase Mall’s parking garage lies just north of M&M’s World, beyond the enormous Coke bottle on your left, past the Hard Rock Cafe sign on your right, and just under Ross Dress for Less. On our recent trip to the Showcase Mall, parking was just $3 per hour compared to the $10 MGM Grand parking price.
The Showcase Mall may be reached immediately from the parking garage’s fifth level by a pedestrian walkway.
So, if you’re in the mood for something new while on the Las Vegas Strip, consider checking out M&M’s World. If you still haven’t satiated your sweet desire, you may head over to the next-door Coca-Cola shop for a sugar fix.
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