Doomsday Bunkers: These Are The Coolest Bunkers Ever

By Wynne Flint
A fake lawn sprawls before the doors of this Las Vegas bunker. (The Verge)

Everyone on Earth will someday have to confront the fact that they will die. Some people leave it at that, content to literally shrug off this mortal coil. Others obsess about it—and start getting ready for it. In a world as unstable as ours, is it any wonder some people get unstable, too? Here are 15 of the wildest doomsday bunkers known to man. 

Las Vegas's "Outdoor" Bunker

Just because the world has come to an end doesn't mean your hobbies have to. This flamingo-pink, 15,200-square-foot fallout shelter will keep you occupied through the apocalypse with any "outdoor" activity you might desire. It's got fake trees, fake grass, and even a fake countryside to admire. To top it all off, a putting green, swimming pool, sauna, two hot tubs, a dance floor (and bar), and adjustable light settings for anytime of day are all within a hopefully nonmutated arm's reach. Yes, there are fake stars. It was built in 1978 to outlive a nuclear blast; at the very least, it has outlived fashion.