The enormous bong requires specialty equipment both to blow the parts and put them together—including a crane.

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The enormous bong requires specialty equipment both to blow the parts and put them together—including a crane.
"In the end people are gonna be able to smoke from this 24-foot bong," Harris told Newsweek with a laugh. The smoker's mission, should he or she choose to accept it, will be to inhale and exhale until the clouded pipe is completely cleared. Harris called it "the bong hit challenge."
Smoking will occur at private events, though the bong will be on display at other times. Cannabition, which is set to open July 1, says on its website that smoking or buying cannabis on-site is not included with standard admission.
People also have to be 21 or older to visit the new museum and view the mighty bong. Tickets are going on sale starting on 4/20, with the prices starting at $4.20.
Even though it will arrive at the museum in parts, the big bong will be built to "hide the connections from the eye," Harris said. He described it as being a classic design of a shaft and a bubble, but one of its key design elements will be its color—the glassblowers are mixing in uranium so that it will glow bright green. "When you shine black lights on this thing, it's gonna light up like there's no tomorrow."
Harris referred to the bong as "a giant metaphor."

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