Travel to some of Reality TV’s best locations: Gold and Silver Pawn of Pawn Stars, Welder Up, Count’s Kustoms, Acrylic Tank Manufacturing of TANKED, Toy Shack, and Ultimate Sports Cards and Memorabilia.
Have your cameras ready because you may see and meet some celebrities! Guests will travel through Vegas to get to each location, while their tour guide comments about each stop, sharing neat facts and trivia about Las Vegas. Guest will visit the famed Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, home of hit TV show Pawn Stars. Spend time viewing unique items like a Super Bowl Ring, Willie Mayes Jersey, silver coins printed with Pawn Star characters. Visit Rick Harrison’s Pawn Plaza, which is steps away and next door to the Pawn Shop. Featuring Rick Harrison’s Roll’n Smoke BBQ & Tavern. Guest will also experience the History Channel’s most popular shows such as Pawn Stars spin-off; Counts Kustoms!
Cruise by Pawn Stars regular Danny Koker’s automobile restoration and customization company, Count’s Kustoms, home to the show Counting Cars. There you can see Danny’s collection of cars, which includes a European Lamborghini Countach, a Cadillac Hearse Limo, GT 350 Fastback, and 81’ Corvette. Welder Up, is “not your average customization shop” is known for their slogan, “Show Us Your Junk,” has spawned off the wildest rat rods. Welder Up and its wild rides are the basis for the Hit TV Show, “Vegas Rat Rods!”
You’ve seen the experts on Pawn Stars and during your tour, you’ll visit two of the expert’s shops. Ogle collectible toys like vintage Hot Wheels and Transformers at The Toy Shack, owned by toy expert Johnny Jiminez. You’ll also pop into Ultimate Sports Cards and Memorabilia, home to expert Jeremy Brown. As the name suggests, this store carries a wide variety of sports cards and related collectibles like autographed jerseys and baseballs. Both of these businesses are owned by industry experts who’ve made several appearances on Pawn Stars.
Last but not least, guests will also stop by Animal Planet’s hit show Tanked, which dives into the operations of the nation’s largest aquarium manufacturing company, Acrylic Tank Manufacturing (ATM). Visit the 37,000-square-foot facility where brothers-in-law Wayde King and Brett Raymer create one-of-a-kind tanks including pyramids, kegs, and cars for all sorts of clients, including casinos, churches, and celebrities.