Thankfully we have Internet these days, else we definitely would have missed this. All those who visited Las Vegas in or after May 2016 might have witnessed the Seven Magic Mountains, Seven Stone Totems, made by fluorescentcolored stones stacked one over the other. If not, then if you happen to visit again before May 2018, you can pull over and witness this amazing piece of Art.
If you are fond of selfies or appreciate Art and are planning to visit las vegas, do STOP by.
We visited there in April 2017, while road tripping in Western USA. The place is near Jean Dry lake (Remember the Bollywood movie Anjaana Anjaani ?? Starring Ranbir Kapoor & Priyanka Chopra. Many parts of the movie were shot nearby). Just follow Google Maps or the sign boards and De-Tour from the main highway to experience the colorful beauty.
In 2015, Ugo Rondinone, a renowned swiss artist, proposed Seven Magic Mountains, an installation of seven neon stone totems painted in artificially bright yellows, purples and other colors, constructed from car-size stone cut from a Nevada quarry and stacked 32 feet high. The public installation, along Interstate 15 just south of Las Vegas, Nevada, opened in May 2016, for the next two years.
Visiting Time: Open 24 Hrs
Time to spend : 15min - 1 hour
Location: The Seven Magic mountains lies 10 miles South of Las vegas.
How to Reach : Nearest Airport is Las vegas, you can drive here from Las Vegas or coming from Los Angeles or anywhere. Parkings are easily available.
???? Remember The place is in the middle of No-where so if you heading from public transport (Uber or any other Taxi), then I doubt you will get anything for return ,better ask the driver to wait.
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