5 Weirdest Wedding Venues in Vegas

We all have different ideas about which wedding venues go best with our tastes. Fortunately, there are lots of options in Las Vegas to choose from. Some of these are classic locations, others are elegant, and some are quite weird. Here is a list of the five most bizarre places to say I do in Vegas.

1. In the Shark Tunnel Shark Reef Aquarium, Mandalay Bay

With 15 species of shark and 1.5 million gallons of seawater, the shark tunnel at Mandalay Bay makes for a very unforgettable wedding venue. Weddings in the shark reef aquarium must occur before 9am any day between Sunday and Thursday. The Shark tunnel has space for ten guests who must stand throughout the ceremony.

2. At the Elvis Chapel

If you’d like to wed like Elvis. then head to the Elvis Chapel. The chapel offers various wedding packages, which are all fun, spontaneous, and unique. You can choose the Elvis package, where Elvis will sing songs of his choice at your ceremony, walk the bride down the aisle, and be in charge of the service and you can even get a copy of Elvis and Priscilla’s marriage certificate.

3. At XS Nightclub, On the Strip

Having your wedding at a nightclub is not only weird but allows you to have the ceremony, reception, and bachelor party all at a go. XS on the Strip is among the best wedding locations in Las Vegas. The club offers couples their own private lagoon, and the 90-feet waterfall will be an ideal backdrop for saying, “I do.” Plus, the bar is fully stocked.

4. At the Mob Museum

The Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas is the former federal courthouse where criminals were prosecuted in the early days. It is the weirdest venue where you can tie the knot. It is the best venue for those who feel getting married is like a jail sentence.

5. In A Helicopter

Make your big day weirder by getting married in a Maverick Helicopter. The Maverick helicopters offer couples a venue to get married as they fly over the Strip at Night, over the Valley of Fire at twilight, and more.

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