Golden Nugget

129 Fremont Street
Las Vegas
NV 89101

Golden Nugget

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his well known downtown hotel/casino has a must-see attraction that a surprising number of people know nothing about. The largest gold nugget on public display in the world, 875 troy ounces (approx. 61 lbs., 11 ozs.), is in a glass case just off from the lobby. The Hand of Faith nugget was found in 1980 in Australia and sold to the Golden Nugget in 1982. It can be a little tricky to find and if you have trouble, ask an employee. I think it is well worth seeing. There is a gold dispensing ATM nearby if you have done well at gaming and are ready to invest in the shiny metal.

The Golden Nugget renovated their pool area ($30 million) a little while back which includes "the Tank". This attraction is a 200,000-gallon shark tank set up so you can be swimming close to the sharks.

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