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What you need to know about Seven Magic Mountains

by julianna aquino
  • There is no admission fee to visit the installation. It is FREE and open to the public.
  • You will find interpretive signage at the installation, as well as a Guide-By-Cell offering in both English and Spanish for deeper engagement.
  • No restroom facilities or other amenities are offered at the artwork site. The nearest restrooms are approximately five miles from the artwork, at Jean Alternatively, businesses at the intersection of St. Rose Parkway and Las Vegas Blvd. (approximately 10 miles north of the artwork) offer public restrooms.
  • Please bring plenty of water and other nourishment you may need during your visit to Seven Magic Mountains. Prepare properly for hot, dry conditions: Daytime high temperatures during the summer months average 104° F / 40° C and above. Wear sunscreen, a hat, and other protective clothing.
  • Be aware of weather conditions before visiting. Though the desert is dry, seasonal monsoons occur with little warning. Flash flood events are possible.
  • An unpaved walking path along a naturally occurring wash abuts the paved parking lot. Please use this path to walk to the sculptures.
  • Please be mindful of your surroundings. Public land contains protected cultural artifacts and sensitive flora, fauna, and animal species, like the endangered desert tortoise. Also, be on the lookout for snakes.
  • Please leave no trace of your visit; take your rubbish with you.
  • Pets are welcome, but please pick up after them.
  • These stone sculptures are works of art intended for your visual enjoyment.  For your safety and the safety of others, please do not attempt to climb on, move, dislodge, deface or disturb the sculptures.
  • Photography by visitors is permitted only for private noncommercial use.  Professional photography equipment (e.g., tripods, lighting umbrellas, etc.) may not be used or brought onto the premises.  Photographs taken on site may not be sold, licensed, distributed, or commercially exploited in any manner whatsoever.

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