If you’re a fan, you’re permitted (and even urged) to go to where the program was recorded, which is unusual for a reality show.
The History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” attracts up to seven million viewers a week, and replays of the program seem to be endless. A few individuals have even called it the “Pawn Stars Channel” because of the show’s popularity.
The show’s popularity has skyrocketed, but the store’s status as a famous tourist destination. Rick Harrison claims that the business has around 4,000 visits every day. The store’s Las Vegas Blvd frontage is sure to have a long queue of people waiting to go in. The area around the business is regularly frequented by tour buses.
The Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, the official name of Pawn Stars, is where the action happens.
Between downtown Fremont Street and the Las Vegas Strip, it is situated precisely on Las Vegas Boulevard. However, the casinos on Fremont Street are just a quarter of a mile away, but the Flamingo and Caesars Palace hotels on the Las Vegas Strip are three and a half miles apart.
Pawn Stars is located at (click here for additional information on parking and location).
The address of the Pawn Stars may be seen here on Google Maps.
This section of the Las Vegas Strip is known for its abundance of adult entertainment venues and low-cost hotels. Even yet, it’s not a place I’d suggest you explore after dark. As a result of Pawn Stars’ success, the region has become more pleasant and safe for visitors. When it was afternoon, I had no trouble bringing my wife there.
Address of Pawn Stars in Las Vegas:
713 S. Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
The store’s phone number is: (702) 385-7912, while their website is gspawn.com.
At 15,000 square feet, the Old Man first established the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop facility in 1988 and has seen various additions since then. This seems huge until you’re inside the Pawn Stars store with one of the 4,000 to 5,000 customers or sightseers who come through every day.
Las Vegas Pawn Stars Hours of Operation
The pawnshop seems to be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the program and the signs, but you cannot enter the establishment at any time.
The store’s interior is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week, for customers to shop. During 9 p.m. to 9 a.m., the shop has a walk-up window. Once the business closes at 9 p.m., no one may enter.
If you want to visit the Pawn Stars business, I recommend arriving early to have a good look around. Hundreds of people in long queues should expect to wait for an hour or more. However, when my wife and I came at approximately 9:30 a.m., we had a wait of fewer than five minutes.
Corey, Chumlee, and Rick Harrison, the “Old Man,” are unlikely to be seen behind the counter since shooting takes place for a few hours a day. A trip to the Pawn Stars location is still an enjoyable diversion from the casinos while you’re in Las Vegas.
Plaza of Pawn Shops
The “Pawn Plaza,” Rick Harrison’s latest retail and restaurant venture in the Pawn Stores area, opened in 2015.
You can find Pawn Plaza only a few blocks south of Pawn Stars’ main business location and to the south of the parking area where many automobile deals occur.
Rick’s Rollin’ Smoke BBQ & Tavern occupies most of the 11,000 square feet of the retail and eating area.
In addition to working at Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, Chumlee’s Candy on the Boulevard is owned and operated by another former employee. Good Pie pizza and a Master Barbering Galo Shop are among the other tenants in the building.
Pawn Plaza is located at 725 S. Las Vegas Blvd. in Nevada.