KISS Museum Officially Opened In Las Vegas

KISS Museum Officially Opened In Las Vegas

LOS ANGELES - JANUARY 1975: Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, and Gene Simmons of the rock and roll band Kiss pose for a portrait session in January 1975 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Photo by Michael Ochs/Getty Images

Las Vegas may be the next destination for ultra KISS fans. The city is now home to the newly opened KISS World Museum, which celebrates fifty years of the band with a multitude of memorabilia.

At 15,000 square feet, the exhibit is set to regularly rotate its KISS artifacts ranging from clothing, instruments, vinyl records, video games, comic books, and lots more.

As the museum is located next to the Kiss by Monster Mini Golf indoor course in Masquerade Village at the Rio Hotel and Casino, KISS founder Gene Simmons stated, “You can play golf, you can have your photo taken, you can take videos of yourself onstage with Kiss and then go visit my private collection.”

KISS is currently on their “End of The Road,” farewell which is set to continue into 2023, and plan to end their touring days when it is finished.


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