Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. in Las Vegas is an energetic exhibit that offers interactive experience revolving around the Marvel Avengers film characters.
But is it worth the price of admission? Let’s find out.
What does S.T.A.T.I.O.N. stand for?
S.T.A.T.I.O.N. stands for Scientific Training And Tactical Intelligence Operative Network.
Where is Avengers Station located in Las Vegas?
Avengers Station is location inside the Treasure Island hotel and resort in Las Vegas near the Fashion Show Mall.
How much are Avengers Station tickets?
Tickets for adults ages 12 and up costs $40.
Tickets for children ages 4-11 costs $30.
Children 3 and under are free.
There is also a VIP Tour available Thursday to Monday that costs $49 for adults and $39 for children.
You can purchase tickets online (which is preferred for a discount) or inside the entrance of the exhibit.
What’s the VIP Tour?
The VIP Tour available on Thursdays to Mondays includes a special VIP entry line, a 45-minute guided VIP tour of all areas of the exhibit, one unique Marvel Avengers STATION gift per person, a 20% discount on merchandise, and a 20% discounts on all photo packages.
Are there any discounts at Avengers Station?
Yes there are a few discounts that you can find exclusively online that will give you $20 off both adult and child tickets.
As of this writing, the coupon code for $20 off per ticket is Avengers2022.
Since I opted to take advantage of the $20 online discount on tickets, my friend and I just needed to check in at the entrance of the exhibit to get our entrance receipt.
From there we were taken to a spot where you can take a green screen photo, but we opted out of that.
Then you hop into an elevator that will take you up one floor to the main exhibit.
Before you get to go on your self-guided tour, you first need to watch a short video featuring Maria Hill.
After the pre-show, you then get to take as much time as you’d like to go through the exhibit.
From what I can remember, character displays that I saw included Thor, Vision, Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and the Falcon.
The last thing that you get to do is some sort of a shooting game.
To be honest, this game was pretty awful lol.
Personally, I view the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. as a semi-interactive museum that allows you to delve in to the history, science, tech and profiles of Captain America, Hulk Thor, Iron Man, and other characters and villains.
I say semi-interactive only because I don’t recall that many things that you can interact with besides trying to pick up Thor’s hammer Mjolnir, and playing this shooting game at the end of your self-guided tour.
Sure there were props out for display like Captains Americas’ shield that you can touch, but a majority of items were behind glass.
Every section of the exhibit features one particular Avenger while also displaying their uniforms, tech, and other information.
To be honest, I’m not sure if these were actually movie props, but they all did pretty accurate and spot on, so the chances were high that they were actually used in the films.
It only took me about 20 minutes to go through the exhibit only because there is so much I’d rather see in Vegas. Plus, I think I’m pretty spoiled having seen Avengers Campus in Disneyland that this wasn’t as special as I would have liked.
That said, it was still a well made exhibit that Avengers lovers would definitely enjoy spending time in for about 30 minutes to an hour.
Just make sure that you never pay full price, but instead take advantage of one of there
Is Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. owned by Disney?
No, Avengers Station is owned by Victory Hill Exhibitions.