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Vintage Vegas: A retro travel guide to Sin City

Vintage Vegas: A retro travel guide to Sin City

Here's your guide to finding authentic spots - some untouched, some reimagined - that evoke an old-school hipness in today's Las Vegas.

Nothing epitomizes the quirky originality of Nevada like spending a warm afternoon watching loping camels with novice jockeys hanging on for dear life as they race around a track. It’s a one-of-a-kind event that might be both the most entertaining and memorable day you’ll spend in Nevada.

Discover a rich variety of things to do in Nevada, from family activities and outdoor recreation to relaxation and unforgettable food.

It’s one thing to experience a work of art in a gallery. It’s another to see it on a car hood towering over you in the desert sun. The International Car Forest of the Last Church is less of a roadside attraction and more of an artistic overload of the senses. A true and ever-changing celebration of all things creative and quirky.

It’s one thing to experience a work of art in a gallery. It’s another to see it on a car hood towering over you in the desert sun. The International Car Forest of the Last Church is less of a roadside attraction and more of an artistic overload of the senses. A true and ever-changing celebration of all things creative and quirky.

Take a road trip along the Burner Byway and explore Guru Road in Gerlach, Nevada.   Guru Road is a curious monument of quirky aphorisms and folk art installations built by DeWayne "Doobie" Williams between 1978 and 1992.

Guru Road

Discover Guru Road in Empire, Nevada: The Wonder Road aka Doobie Lane, a mile-long strip of dirt road filled with folk art.

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