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Various locations, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Vintage diners & restaurants Restaurants come and go, in foodie-centric Vancouver especially, which is why it’s nice to see a handful of mid-century joints still doing what they do best.…Read more…

The West End, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century residential buildings Located southwest of downtown and bordered by the waterfront, Georgia Street, Burrard Street and Denman Street – although historically, everything “West of Denman” is also considered the West End…Read more…

750 17th Street, West Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century modern buildings The District Municipality of West Vancouver‘s Municipal Hall has been an iconic landmark since its design and construction by Toby, Russell & Buckwell, in 1964.Read more…

604-646-8243

1714 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century vintage fashion Don’t let the small entrance fool you, for inside this former hardware store lies over 3,000 square feet of vintage mid-century attire that might just blow your…Read more…

604-872-6939

4510 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century & vintage collectibles For nearly 40 years, Bob & Linda Blaise have been peddling an eclectic collection of vintage wares not only to the public, but also to top…Read more…

1075 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century brutalist buildings Designed in 1965 by noted architect Arthur Erickson (along with Geoffrey Massey) for the Canadian forestry company of the building’s namesake, the two offset 27-story towers that…Read more…

800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century brutalist buildings Designed by noted architect Arthur Erickson in 1973 for the province’s Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, this stunning concrete and glass brutalist monument was originally designed…Read more…

1600 Beach Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century residential buildings Designed by Ojars Kalns (CBK Van Norman & Associates) and built in 1965, with a fourth tower added [to the original three] north of Harwood Street in…Read more…

702-384-2700

1131 South Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Vintage mid-century furniture Arguably, downtown’s first business dedicated to mid-century modern vintage, this large store has it all; history, style and a 1950s pink kitchen display to die for.Read more…

702-790-1919

570 South Decatur Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Vintage mid-century collectibles Laura’s is jam packed with such a diverse array of retro, antique and mid-century collectibles that you could easily spend several hours (or more!) sifting through it all.Read more…

702-539-0799

1229 South Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Vintage mid-century decor This eclectic shop is actually comprised of multiple pop-ups, each specializing in unique Las Vegas vintage style.Read more…

702-776-6222

1300 South Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century furniture & apparel Kate Aldrich and Tim Shaffer have been winning over locals since opening their high end vintage decor & apparel shop in 2012.Read more…

702-877-3000

1216 South Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Retro mid-century apparel If retro, rockabilly and pin-up is your thing, then Rockin’ Bettie is the store for you.Read more…

Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI, United States

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Mid-century buildings The Pali Highway, also known as Hawaii Route 61, connects communities like Kailua  and Kaneohe  from the windward side of Oahu to downtown Honolulu.Read more…

5100 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century vintage signs Few signs in the world are as immediately recognizable and iconic as the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign. Located on the median at 5100 S.Read more…

Various Locations, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century/googie buildings When defining the wacky architectural stylings of Googie, just think The Jetsons meets modernist coffee shop! In fact, the word Googie comes from the original 1949 John Launter designed…Read more…

4505 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century/brutalist buildings The tallest building at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus is also it’s most interesting.Read more…

702-387-6366

770 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century/googie buildings Currently pulling double duty as a Visitors Center and the gateway through which guests can enter the Neon Museum’s “boneyard,” the La Concha Visitors Center started out as…Read more…

3535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century vintage automobiles Hidden all the way at the back of The Linq Hotel & Casino, up the parking garage elevator to the 5th floor, is the world’s largest vintage…Read more…

3450 South Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern buildings Designed by Charles Luckman & Associates, the Sears building at the north end of the Boulevard Mall is the last vestige of the original late 1960s single-storey shopping…Read more…

917 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century vintage bars Located just a few blocks east of the Fremont East Entertainment District, downtown, Atomic Liquors is the oldest free-standing bar in Las Vegas, dating back to the end…Read more…

Various Locations, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern buildings/signs In the post-war years, as more families started traveling the United States by automobile,  Las Vegas proved to be a requisite stop along their way.Read more…

702-735-7635

2985 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century vintage diners/bars Las Vegas’ original 24-hour coffee shop and ultra lounge has been serving up huge portions and stiff drinks for over 40 years.Read more…

Las Vegas National Golf Course, East Desert Inn Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century/desert modern houses Southern California architects Dan Palmer & William Krisel, who’d successfully built hundreds of mid-century modern post & beam tract homes in Palm Springs during the 1950s & 60s,…Read more…

Various Locations, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century/desert modern houses For a city that’s fond of bulldozing its past, Las Vegas has a surprising number of neighborhoods that have been designated “historic,” and although that doesn’t mean they’re…Read more…

821 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern buildings Originally a Mormon Church & Recreational facility before it was taken over by the city of Las Vegas in the late 1960s when it stood temporarily as City…Read more…

Various Address, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century vintage diners Restaurants come and go, especially in Las Vegas, which is why true diner culture connoisseurs can appreciate a little mid-century authenticity. Unlike the Vegas kitsch of the stand-alone Peppermill…Read more…

3111 South Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern buildings This simple two-story circular building acted as developer Irwin Molasky’s unique base of operations from where he oversaw the 1960s development and construction of his master-planned community,…Read more…

1610 East Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Housing the world’s largest collection of vintage pinball machines under one 10,000 sq.Read more…

Various locations, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Tiki Culture/Polynesian Pop For fans of Polynesian Pop, stepping into an authentic Tiki bar is like riding a time machine back to the 1950s or 60s, and although there’s little trace…Read more…

702-387-6366

770 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century vintage signs If you’ve ever wanted to get up-close and personal with vintage Vegas neon signery, this is the place to do it.Read more…

2832 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern buildings In a city that often overlooks its history in favor of the next big thing it’s rare to find a mid-century modern building that still functions as it was…Read more…

555 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century brutalist buildings A Vancouver landmark since it went up in 1977, the Harbour Centre Tower was designed by the Webb, Zerafa, Menkes and Housden partnership employing the then, more…Read more…

604-925-7295

680 17th Street, West Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century architecture museums Through their educational programs and compelling exhibitions, the West Vancouver Museum’s mandate to “foster awareness and understanding of art, culture and history” has always been at the…Read more…

604-434-2464

2400 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Mid-century accommodations Opened in 1946 as the “2400 Court,” a reference to when Motor Courts proliferated Kingsway (the main route leading in and out of Vancouver at the time), the…Read more…

861 East Bridger Avenue, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century/desert modern houses Built in 1959 by modernist architect Hugh E.Read more…

Various Addresses, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern buildings With no less than a dozen mid-century modern buildings (including casinos, listed separately ) in the downtown area, modernists will feel like they’ve hit the jackpot.Read more…

Various Addresses, Las Vegas, NV

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Mid-century popular culture Las Vegas in the 1960s wouldn’t have been the same without Frank Sinatra and his legendary Summit performances with the Rat Pack.  Today, imitation being the sincerest form of…Read more…

Various Addresses, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Vintage restaurants Nothings says vintage Las Vegas like dark wood paneling and shiny brass fixtures, especially if your idea of vintage Vegas is a rat pack-style retro steak house.Read more…

302 Cathedral Way, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern churches Built on land donated by “Mr. Las Vegas,” Moe Dalitz (in a bid to improve his Mob-centric image, no doubt), pioneering modernist Paul R.Read more…

Various Addresses, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern churches Modernist churches abound in Las Vegas but they don’t all adhere to the typical A-frame design of the period, especially when it comes to the Church of Jesus…Read more…

Various Addresses, Las Vegas, NV

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Mid-century bank buildings Bank design in the post-war years seemed to be about inspiring optimism and consumer confidence.Read more…

Various Addresses, Las Vegas, NV

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Vintage Casinos The original Las Vegas was built around Fremont Street, downtown, and started to take off during the Great Depression (yep, that’s ironic) when casino gambling was legalized and…Read more…

Various Addresses, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century modern buildings With the demolition of The Riviera Hotel & Casino in 2015, only four original mid-century properties remain on The Strip.Read more…

3555 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Mid-century popular culture For years organized crime got no respect, but lately Las Vegas has been embracing the mob’s role in the city’s evolution with places like The Mob Museum and…Read more…