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MGM Grand Las Vegas

MGM Grand Las Vegas
MGM Grand Las Vegas Signature Towers
The bronze lion was installed in 1997; replacing the original entrance.
MGM Grand Las Vegas
Original Las Vegas Boulevard entrance. Lion entrance removed in 1997.
MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park
MGM Grand Las Vegas
The Wizard of Oz Emerald City at MGM Grand Las Vegas was removed in 1996.

MGM Marina Hotel

MGM Marina
The MGM Marina tower currently exists as the MGM Grand Las Vegas west tower.
Top left of picture: The Tropicana Country Club opened in 1961 and closed in 1990.
Center bottom of picture: Island Plaza demolished by the mid 1990s. The land currently occupies: Showcase Mall phase 2.

Marina Hotel and Casino

Marina Hotel and Casino
Marina Hotel and Casino
Marina Hotel and Casino
Bare Touch of Vegas in the Marina Showroom at the Marina Hotel and Casino.

The Marina Hotel and Casino opened on May 1, 1975.

The Marina Hotel and Casino renamed MGM-Marina Hotel in 1989.

The Tropicana Country Club is acquired by MGM-Marina Hotel in 1989.

MGM-Marina Hotel closed on November 30, 1990.

The Tropicana Country Club closed in 1990 and is subquently razed.

The MGM-Marina casino is demolished in 1991. The hotel tower is integrated into the MGM Grand Las Vegas as the west wing.

MGM Grand Las Vegas opened on December 18, 1993.

MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park opened in 1993.

The Mansion at MGM Grand opened in 1999.

MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park closed in 2002.

The Signature at MGM Grand opened in 2006.


Studio 54 opened in 1997 and closed in 2012.

The Lion Habitat opened in 1999 and closed in 2012.

David Copperfield began performing at MGM Grand Las Vegas in 2000.

Cirque du Soleil's Kà opened on November 12, 2004. Closed in March 2020. Reopened in November 2021.


The land previously occupied: Golf Club Motel.


Located on an All-American Road (2000) and a Nevada Scenic Byway (1995).


Located at 3799 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Paradise, Nevada.