Las Vegas is known for its vast array of casinos, strip clubs, and shows but when you visit Vegas on a short time frame it changes things up a bit. We headed up to Vegas to run in the Spartan Super Race and to enjoy the strip afterward. Sadly, little did we realize that our poor feet would end up in huge blisters that pretty much wanted us to avoid walking at all costs.
Since we didn’t bring our 5-year-old with us and our feet were on fire, we decided to check out Hershey’s Chocolate World to grab him a little gift to let him know that he was thought of. As we were headed that way I found out that Las Vegas actually has 3 worlds, Hershey’s, M&M’s, and Coke so I decided that we should check out all three.
Hershey’s Chocolate World has entrances inside the New York Hotel as well as from the street. When we walked in there was a bakery in the center of the floor filled with delicious Hershey treats. I wanted a taste of everything! The bottom floor was dedicated to mostly chocolate and the next floors were to more chewy/gummy candies like Twizzlers. I would say the gifts were moderately priced but they sadly didn’t have much to offer for kids. We luckily found a Hershey lego race car for Little E and made our way to the next world.
M&M’s World was probably the best world of them all. As soon as you walked in you were great with the vast array of M&M’s colors. Every floor had a different type of gift and something different to offer. There was a section to make your own customized M&M’s, a movie theater, a race car, and lots more! There were gifts of all colors and ages especially kids. I had an option to grab something for my 5 years and 4 month old there.
Lastly, we headed to Coke world which was probably the most disappointing of them all. They offered lots of Coke product gear and a small wall of the different Coke options. On the second floor, they had a cafe that offered Coke flights for you to try all the different sodas. I will say that is pretty clever and a neat attraction. Other than that, it was all it had to offer.
Overall, the Worlds of Las Vegas were mostly not that enjoyable other than M&M’s world. It was neat to get to see the products and what they had to offer but not something I’d recommend others to visit.
Have you ever visited the Worlds of Las Vegas? What were your thoughts on them?