Four-hour tour stops by locales featured on the History Channel reality show “Pawn Stars”
About This Deal
- Pick-up locations and time available:
- Treasure Island (benches on Sirens Cove) at 12 p.m.
- The opportunity to meet the shows’ stars, outside of the “Pawn Stars Meet & Greet VIP Tour, is not guaranteed. Inside tours depend upon the filming schedule.
“Pawn Stars” and Reality TV Shows VIP Tour
During the four-hour tour, guests explore locations featured on the History Channel reality show Pawn Stars. The excursion is one of the only to stop at WelderUp, where they turn junk cars and trucks into wild and creative masterpieces as featured on the TV Show: Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, the Toy Shack, Count’s Kustoms, and the stars of the show may even be on hand to answer questions. Next door to Toy Shack, they have a stop at Ultimate Sports Card and Memorabilia which is home to Pawn Stars expert Jeremy Brown. Another car lover’s favorite is Shelby American with a collection of rare Shelby Cars. As a bonus, visitors will tour the outside of Allegiant Stadium located adjacent to the Las Vegas Strip. Tours are available Monday through Saturday, with pick-up at the Treasure Island.
About Annie Bananie Tours
The glitz and glamor of Sin City can be blinding. Luckily, the savvy guides at Annie Bananie Tours are ready to serve as metaphorical sunglasses for visitors to Las Vegas. Using their insider knowledge and their relationships with many iconic Vegas personalities, the team can show a side of the city that's often hidden from out-of-towners. On the Count’s Kustoms Car Tour, guests get to check out the Shelby American Heritage Museum where they can get up close and personal to Cobra Classics and the GT40, as seen in the movie Ford vs. Ferrari. Other excursions visit additional reality television sites, including the bartering and bargaining grounds of Pawn Stars, Counts Kustoms from Counting Cars, and sites like Allegiant Stadium, and Nastalgoa Street Rods, the largest private car collection in the state of Nevada. Guests also stop at the iconic Las Vegas sign where they can skip the line to snap a photo. And it's not just downtown that gets the Annie Bananie treatment—staffers also lead bus tours into natural wonders such as the Mojave Desert and the Valley of Fire.