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Foun­da­tion Room Las Ve­gas is more than great cui­sine and a great view—it’s a place where South­ern as well as Asian cul­tures live on and are cel­e­brated.

The brain­child of Isaac Ti­grett, a vi­sion­ary, who in his youth was in­tro­duced to folk art by his mother, the Foun­da­tion Room is a trib­ute to world trea­sures; dur­ing a visit you’ll see wall pan­el­ing from the Kellogg es­tate, light­ing fix­tures and decor from St. Mary’s in Lon­don, dis­cover the first work of Miami artist Pervis Young, paint­ings from North­ern In­dia, a Thai Bud­dha (it’s good luck to rub his ear) and so much more. The 12,000-square-foot space show­cases more than a thou­sand an­tiq­ui­ties.

Cou­pled with an in­ter­na­tional lounge and din­ner menu fea­tur­ing spe­cial­ties from the ar­eas rep­re­sented in the dé­cor, you’ll feel like you’ve trav­eled around the world and back in one visit—mak­ing it a des­ti­na­tion worth check­ing off any bucket list.

Open from 5 pm nightly.

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