Get Creative at the Museum of Selfies in Las Vegas
Museum of Selfies Las Vegas is a nice surprise amongst the chaos of The Strip.
When I was planning how to spend my time in Las Vegas, it mostly included gambling, shows, and food, but I was intrigued when I stumbled across the Museum of Selfies when doing my research. No matter what your age, this museum is a fun way to spend some time while visiting Sin City. I had so much fun utilizing the dozen sets with props that allow visitors to be playful with their photos.
The Sets at the Museum of Selfies Las Vegas
I worked my way through the museum, stopped at each of the following sets, had fun with the props and smiled for the camera.
- The Bathroom: Look as though you’re crawling through the mirror.
- The Wings: Classic selfies of yourself with various “wings.”
- The Food: Prop yourself up on a giant hamburger or various other food props.
- Statue of David: Make a video of yourself “accidentally” knocking over a statue of David.
- Twinkling Lights: Surround yourself in a room of multi-colored hanging lights.
- Tub of Gold: Take a selfie in a tub of gold. Put on the fur coat and $ hat for a more creative affect.
- Ball Pit: Jump in and get buried in yellow emoji squishy balls.
- The Sideways Room (my fav!): Look as though you’re “levitating” over a bed on one set. Appear as though you’re standing on your head, climbing the walls, hanging from a door handle on the other set.
- The Private Jet/Jackpot: Look like you’re riding on a private jet, drinking champagne, rolling in the dough with a case of casino chips and lots of cash!
Tips and Tools for Visiting the Museum
There are three ways to take selfies at the Museum of Selfies in Las Vegas:
- Bring a friend to take photos of each other. Some of the sets are better utilized if you have someone else take the photo, rather than taking a selfie. Sometimes the staff is available to take a quick snapshot for you.
- Bring a selfie stick if you’re going it alone. Forgot your stick? They have ones you can use or purchase.
- Hire a professional. Choose the VIP package and a professional photographer will walk through the museum with you to capture the best shots. After the shoot, you’ll receive an email to download the images digitally.
I did a mix. I borrowed a selfie stick to take some photos of my own, then asked for one of the staff to take photos of me for on the larger sets. The staff was very helpful and showed me how to maximize, not only the use of the sets, but the settings on my camera to be even more creative with my photos. We used the panoramic view in the bathroom set to make it look like I was crawling out of the mirror, the slow-motion setting on the plane set to capture me throwing money in the air and rotated the images on the upside down sets.
Museum of Selfies Las Vegas
Address: LINQ Promenade, 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd Suite L-07B, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Disclosure: Accommodation was provided by the Museum of Selfies in order to do my review, but all opinions are my own.