Madame Tussauds wax museum on Labor Day will add a new attraction that allows guests to save a virtual world.
The museum, located in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, will let visitors don headsets and grab controllers as part of a virtual reality attraction.
The attraction will let groups of two to four people play 15-minute timed challenges.
Groups can play up to four challenges with tickets that start at $12, according to a Monday release. The attraction is for people age 12 and older.
Settings in the attraction include Ancient Egypt, the Medieval Ages, the moon, and under the ocean.
Grand Canal Shoppes opened a separate virtual reality attraction earlier this year.
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