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Visitors are then transported back to 1962 London as they walk through a replica of the small Chelsea flat that young Mick and Keith shared with former band member
Visitors also will be treated to re-creations of a recording studio — complete with the band's original instruments — and a backstage area intended to evoke the adrenaline rush that band members feel just before greeting a cheering crowd.
"Exhibitionism" is a collection of 500 artifacts documenting the Stones' legacy, not only in music but also in art and fashion.
A guitar gallery features some of the band members' most cherished instruments, among them a rosewood Fender Telecaster and the Maton guitar that Richards played during the recording of "Let It Bleed."
Also on display are racks of clothes worn onstage and off, as well as examples of the Stones' iconic tongue-and-lips logo.
Rare items include the cassette player on which Richards recorded his concept for the hit song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and the notebook in which Jagger handwrote the lyrics for "Miss You."
"It's not going to be like walking into a museum," Jagger said in a news release. "It's about a sense of the Rolling Stones. It's something we want people to go away talking about it."
"Exhibitionism" opened in London in April 2016 and then traveled to New York and Chicago. The Las Vegas run continues through Jan. 31.