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MGM Grand Las Vegas


MGM Grand Las Vegas

MGM Grand Las Vegas
Original Las Vegas Boulevard entrance. The Marina Tower is visible next to the MGM sign.

MGM Grand Las Vegas Signature Towers
This was the location of the original Las Vegas Boulevard entrance. The original entrance was replaced due to cultural superstitious reasons.

MGM West Wing
The former Marina Hotel tower.

Marina Hotel and Casino

MGM Grand Las Vegas Signature Towers
The Signature at MGM Grand opened on May 12, 2006.

MGM Grand Las Vegas
The Wizard of Oz diplay was located inside near the Las Vegas Boulevard entrance (currently Hakkasan Nightclub area). Following the "yellow brick road" led to the MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park.

MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park
MGM Grand Adventures Theme Park opened in 1993 and closed in 2002. The land currently occupies: MGM Grand pool area, MGM Grand Conference Center, The Signature at MGM Grand, TopGolf, Wet Republic.

Ka
Cirque du Soleil's Kà opened on November 12, 2004. "Cirque du Soleil: Ka" by Luis Fernando Franco Jiménez is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

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

Lion Habitat
The Lion Habitat opened in 1999 and closed in 2012. "Lion Portrait: MGM Grand Lion Habitat, Las Vegas Nevada" by O Palsson is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Studio 54
Studio 54 opened in 1997. Closed in 2012. "Studio 54 - MGM Grand" by Lee LeFever is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.

MGM Grand Las Vegas opened on December 18, 1993. The west wing of the MGM Grand Las Vegas hotel contains the Marina hotel tower.

Theme: Art Deco, Hollywood.

MGM Grand Las Vegas associated with: Kirk Kerkorian (1991), Fred Benninger (2004), J. Terrence Lanni (2000), Burton Cohen (1995), Larry Woolf (2015), Mel Wolzinger (2017), Don King (2008), Emeril Lagasse (2008), Guy Laliberté (2012), Tony A. Marnell II (1998), David Copperfield (2007), Michael Mina (2007), Wolfgang Puck (2005).

Was the largest hotel in the world from 1993-2006.

The land previously occupied: Tropicana Golf Course (1961-1991), Golf Club Motel (1963-1970), Marina Hotel and Casino (1975-1990).

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

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

Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.