& # 39; A story of highs and lows! & # 39 ;: New 30,000sq-ft museum dedicated to WEED to open in Hollywood – but you will not be allowed to consume cannabis in the property
- The Weedmaps Museum of Weed opens its doors from August 3 to September 29 on 720 Cahuenga Boulevard
- General admission visitors must be over 18 and must pay $ 35
- Weedmaps – a cannabis technology company based in LA – stands behind the museum
- They also offer a VIP package that is $ 200
- Smoking or consuming cannabis is not permitted in the buildings of the museum
- The & # 39; Just Say No & # 39; campaign by Nancy Reagan and anti-weed clips from the first half of the 20th century are prominent in the museum
The Hollywood sign is not the & # 39; highest & # 39; milestone in Los Angeles more thanks to a 30,000sq-ft cannabis museum set up to hit the city.
The Weedmaps Museum of Weed – founded by the LA based cannabis technology company – opens its doors from August 3 to September 29 at 720 Cahuenga Boulevard.
Visitors, who must be over 18 years old, must be guided through a chronological history of weed & # 39; through the many different locations and time periods where it is typically – or stereotypically – consumed. & # 39;
The time periods are detailed in seven exhibitions: pre-prohibition, age of madness, the counter-culture revolution, behind closed doors, entrapment, dose of compassion and legalization.
The Weedmaps Museum of Weed opens its doors from August 3 to September 29 on 720 Cahuenga Boulevard
Weed enthusiasts can also become acquainted with the museum's plant laboratory and explore the & # 39; scientific and technological developments that gave way to a new era of cannabis knowledge and understanding. & # 39;
The scaled-down cannabis plant offers a compelling experience in the museum, but visitors should not get too much control and actually use cannabis on the property
Weedmaps offers general admission prices of $ 35, but also has a VIP package for those 21 years and older that has a price tag of $ 200.
The visitors, who are over 18 years old, must be taken through a chronological history of weed (picture in the stock above) & # 39; through the many different locations and time periods where the typical – or stereotype – is consumed & # 39;
The package includes a slower journey through the museum with a much less busy atmosphere. Visitors also have access to the cafe, drinks, Hors d'Etre and access to the WMMW store under the exclusive package. They can even take a gift bag home.
According to Chris Beals, CEO of Weedmaps, the museum serves as a fun time for guests, but also as an informative moment where they can find out more about social justice and advocacy for cannabis.
According to Chris Beals, CEO of Weedmaps (right), the museum functions both as a fun time for guests and also as an informative moment when they can learn more about social justice and advocacy for cannabis
& # 39; (Legalization is) certainly not a panacea for all social problems associated with a ban, & # 39; he said for CNN Business. & # 39; I think it's a bit of a myth that once you legalize cannabis, the unequal enforcement of cannabis laws will disappear. & # 39;
Beals explained that a nice chunk of time – about six months – was used to protect copyrights against things like Nancy Reagan's Just Say No campaign and anti-weed clips from the first half of the 20th century.
& # 39; We are now at the point where cannabis normalizes, & # 39; he explained, & # 39; where they are already starting to forget that there have been people in prison (because of a ban). & # 39;
The CEO stated that the age requirement was to meet the permit and insurance requirements.
& # 39; That was a good indicator that the stigma surrounding cannabis continues to exist & # 39 ;, he said.
Beals has speculated that the company would be open to the emergence of cannabis museums in other cities.
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