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Seven Magic Mountains, Jean

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  • A cluster of 35-foot-tall DayGlo bouldered totems on the horizon, rising conspicuously from the surrounding desert landscape, beckoning would-be influencers off I-15, is Seven Magic Mountains, baby... 
    A cluster of 35-foot-tall DayGlo bouldered totems on the horizon, rising conspicuously from the surrounding desert landscape, beckoning would-be influencers off I-15, is Seven Magic Mountains, baby...  more »
  • I live in Vegas but never mad the trek out to Seven Magic Mountains despite driving past it a zillion times over the years. Finally went on a Sunday afternoon, November 2022, and it was... 
    I live in Vegas but never mad the trek out to Seven Magic Mountains despite driving past it a zillion times over the years. Finally went on a Sunday afternoon, November 2022, and it was...  more »
  • Seven Magic Mountains was a really neat experience! Our kids (2 & 6) really enjoyed playing around the rocks. The only reason it’s not five stars is it was absolutely packed, and really super busy... 
    Seven Magic Mountains was a really neat experience! Our kids (2 & 6) really enjoyed playing around the rocks. The only reason it’s not five stars is it was absolutely packed, and really super busy...  more »
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  • I have lived in Las Vegas for 27yrs and I've never been here. We decided to go see Seven Magic Mountains on my Birthday. Even though it's just massive painted rocks, it's really cool. You feel so small next to these rocks. The weather was pretty warm, I believe it was in the 90's month of October. There is a little stand, where you can buy drinks possibly food I'm not sure. Quite a bit of visitors, but it wasn't bad at all. Everybody was polite, waiting patiently for others to take their photos so that you could take your photos. I guess you can bring your doggies there, as I seen a few. You have to be able to see this from the Freeway as these rocks are massive. Painted bright, an overall fun place to visit. I would go back again, but just when it's cooler.
  • Beautiful art installation along Las Vegas Blvd. Free for everyone! Super crowded but still enjoyable 😉 You have to manage how to take pictures and not having big crowds around you or wait for a window when everyone is leaving. I didn't appreciate that it was a couple with a real snake trying to get $20.00 dollar for pictures. They got upset if you even try to take pictures of the rocks where they place their chairs. They can do their own business but a least let the public to enjoy the view. Plus, I read that the place is copyright for commercial use. So keep that in mind if you are going to use your photography for commercial purposes. Small enjoyable walk for picture of the beautiful mountains and plants. No restrooms available A little food stand with water and snacks. Parking lot is available off asfalt. Family friendly. The kids will enjoy the colorful pieces of art. Non Handicap friendly.
  • Definitely worth the short trip It's about 15 minutes south of the strip. I arrived around noon on a Sunday, and it was packed. So if you want pics with little to no people, I'd maybe try to get there early. There was a food truck there when I visited. Not sure if it's there all the time. There are also a few spots not far from it. A truck stop with white castle and other options as well as a place called Pioneer Saloon just a few more minutes away. The boulders are pretty cool to see in person. I'm glad I took the trip
  • 5 Stars because it's free. There are no services here, no water, no bathroom, no food, no benches. You might catch a food truck in the parking lot if you're lucky. It's going to be pretty crowded so beware, it's somewhat hard to get a good picture. There are gas stations in both directions from the art piece, about 12 minutes north and 8 minutes south. You can't take commercial photos here but photos for yourself are allowed.
  • Great place to get out and stretch. Kids can run around. You can get good pictures. It will be crowded and you might have to wait to get your picture, but definitely worth it. They have a food truck near the entrance. You will walk about 100 yards from the parking lot to the rocks just FYI. Might miss interstate traffic going this way as well. Win win. Have fun and enjoy. Spent about 30-45 minutes here! Loved the way my pictures turned out!🤩

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