On Halloween day, the City of Las Vegas welcomed the newest edition to The Arts District: Las Vegas Antiques & Oddities. Located at 1228 S. Main Street, Oddities joins a full roster of over a dozen vintage boutiques and antique stores that make up “Antiques Alley.” As the name implies, the items inside are more than typical antique store fare. One can find rogue taxidermy, medical exhibits, a used soviet space suit and an old version of the Last Supper, retired from Madame Tussaud’s in the 1960’s.
For the grand opening, Mayor Carolyn Goodman was in attendance to cut the ribbon, and some showgirls helped add some Vegas-style spectacle to the event.
Oddities is like a museum where all the items are for sale. There are unique items tucked into every conceivable place in this store and it is nearly impossible to take everything in on one visit. For folks looking to buy an eye-popping collectible or antiquity, make sure to schedule a trip to this uncanny boutique.
Photography by Devon “D-Mob” Norwood