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Guinness World Of Records Las Vegas

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Guinness World Of Records
2780 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas
NV
89109
Tel: (702) 792-3766

Where are we going today?

Here you will find hands-on displays and lots of records pertaining specifically to Las Vegas. Videos display actual record-breaking feats of individuals and teams. The tour takes at least a half-hour to see everything. This makes an interestingtrip for adults as well as the kids.
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    The wife and I had a very unpleasant experience here yesterday, occasioned by a problem that could have been resolved very quickly and easily. However, the front counter attendant immediately adopted a hostile attitude, provoking a situation that should not have occurred. She should have been happy to address the situation in the name of good customer relations.

    We had her call the manager in. He eventually fixed the problem, but it was an angry struggle, and it became quite clear that his training was woefully inadequate.

    The manager mentioned...Read More

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    Went here on a whim and saw the hi-tech robots in the front. That's where the interactiveness started to decline. The museum is mostly just facts posted on the walls with interesting statues around and wouldn't really keep any young kids engaged for very long. A lot of the displays are old or not functioning and the whole atmosphere of the museum is dreary rather than entertaining. Overall, the museum is interesting but not much to look forward to.

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    A dull and boring place to visit. There were many interactive displays but most of them were broken or didn't function. Most of the other displays were simply information sheets stuck on the wall, meaning the venue was basically like reading the actual book - not much fun, and nothing to look at. Big rooms that are pretty empty, and even one that was completely black with a big non-working screen on the back wall - nothing else, not sure what it was supposed to be. Don't waste your time and money visiting this venue, just go next door to Ripleys...Read More

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    Waste of money half of the things were broken in the museum nothing worthwhile if you want to look at Records buy the book or look online all the record at the Museum are basically out of date.

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    Bring ur family & friends to see amazing things. So far its been my 2 time that I have gone. At the end when going there you will get blown!!

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by mrbearsb

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The wife and I had a very unpleasant experience here yesterday, occasioned by a problem that could have been resolved very quickly and easily. However, the front counter attendant immediately adopted a hostile attitude, provoking a situation that should not have occurred. She should have been happy to address the situation in the name of good customer relations.

We had her call the manager in. He eventually fixed the problem, but it was an angry struggle, and it became quite clear that his training was woefully inadequate.

The manager mentioned that they have a problem sometimes with angry customers getting violent with the employees. I would bet that at least some of that could be avoided with better training and a better culture of customer service/satisfaction. Given how we were treated and how upset we got about it, it's not really surprising to hear that people sometimes lose control like that.

Come on, Guinness, get it together! You owe it to your employees and to the public to do better.

by Michael Watson

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A dull and boring place to visit. There were many interactive displays but most of them were broken or didn't function. Most of the other displays were simply information sheets stuck on the wall, meaning the venue was basically like reading the actual book - not much fun, and nothing to look at. Big rooms that are pretty empty, and even one that was completely black with a big non-working screen on the back wall - nothing else, not sure what it was supposed to be. Don't waste your time and money visiting this venue, just go next door to Ripleys which is a great deal more entertaining.

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