Tattoo’d America celebrates the artistic and expressive qualities of tattoo and body art. The attraction’s photo-worthy experiences feature 21 interactive installations, including:
- Ink Pool Party – a tattoo-themed ball pit for grown-ups
- 40 clones tattooed to showcase the diversity, history, and artistry of tattoos and body painting
- Live, 3D full-body mapping, which will turn guests into a human canvas for body painting and tattoo projections
- A confetti and pillow fight darkroom
- Over 500 art pieces from 100 tattoo artists from around the world
- A Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum museum-within-a-museum, featuring a unique collection of tattoo artist Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins’ original flash sheets and photography.
- A translucent red-light O-Dome that features tattooed closed for a selfie background
- “My Tattoo, My Story,” an installation that features people’s own stories about their tattoos
For the “My Tattoo, My Story” exhibit, the public can take part by posting photos on Instagram tagging @tattoodamerica and using the hashtag #TattoodAmerica. Each week, winners will be chosen to have their tattoo added into the Tattoo’d America exhibit.
The new attraction also features an Ink Lab, a live semi-permanent tattoo studio powered by Inkbox, where guests can get custom temporary tattoos. An in-house live tattoo parlor, operated by Club Tattoo, will feature visiting artists from across the country as they offer traditional tattoos.
Tattoo’d America is open Monday – Wednesday, from 11:30 a.m. – 11 p.m., and Thursday – Sunday, from 10:30 a.m. – midnight. General admission is $29; Nevada residents with their ID only pay $18.
Various ticket packages are available, like the Romantic Package for two – which includes admission, conceptually connected semi-permanent tattoos, and cocktail tastings, in addition to all the photo opportunities. Packages start at $49.