Jean, Nevada: Seven Magic MountainsSwiss artist Ugo Rondinone's desert installation of day-glo boulders in 35-foot-tall stacks. On display until May 2018.
- S Las Vegas Blvd., Jean, NV
- From Las Vegas: Drive south on I-15 to exit 25. Turn left, cross the freeway, then turn right onto Las Vegas Blvd. Drive south about seven miles. You'll see rocks on the left; theres a pull-out and parking area. From California: Drive north on I-15 to exit 12. Turn right on Hwy 161, then left onto Las Vegas Blvd. Drive north about five miles. You'll see rocks on the right; theres a pull-out and parking area.
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Seven Magic Mountains
Took a quick trip from Fremont Street to this location. Easy trip. There were about 20 cars in the parking lot, which surprised us as it was a Monday at 4:00 on an overcast day. Beware that there are two parking curbs on a cement pad in the middle of the parking lot. Very easy to overlook and drive over. Could ruin your experience.
Installation is unique; makes you wonder and admire, especially the vibrant colors.[Michelle, 04/19/2017]
Ugo Rondinone: Seven Magic Mountains
Seven towers of brightly painted rocks sit in the desert outside of Las Vegas. The rock towers are at least 25 feet tall. Installed recently by the artist,it will remain until May 2018. See sevenmagicmountains.com for details No admission fee - there's a small parking area nearby off NV-161.[Harry, 05/22/2016]
It took Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone five years and $3.5 million to build it.