ATM "Behind The Scenes" Tours

Step into the world of the hit television series ‘Tanked’ on this guided, 70-minute tour in Las Vegas. Enjoy behind-the-scenes access at Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, or ATM - the 37,000-square-foot facility where cast members Wayde King and Brett Raymer work day-to-day — two brothers-in-law running the largest aquarium manufacturing company in the nation. Learn how aquariums are built and see some tanks that could be featured on the show. Also, snap a photo sitting on Brett’s messy desk and hear what it’s like to be a reality TV star.

Highlights

  • Behind-the-scenes tour of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing in Las Vegas, where the hit TV show Tanked takes place
  • Get an insider look at the facility, and possibly meet some of the stars of the show Have your photo taken sitting on Brett’s messy desk
  • Learn about the aquarium-building process, and see spectacular tanks that may be featured on the show
  • Hear what it’s like to be a reality TV star
  • Choose the tour time that suits your schedule 

Why Insiders Chose This Tour

You'll see a different side of Las Vegas as you visit a local business turned popular reality TV show. Find out how incredible fish tanks and aquariums are created for celebrity clientele.

What You Can Expect

This 70-minute tour goes behind the scenes of the Animal Planet’s hit reality television show Tanked — a must-have experience for fans of the series. The entire tour takes place at Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, or ATM - the 37,000-square-foot facility where the show is filmed in Las Vegas. 

Discover how ATM came to be one of the world’s most prestigious producers of fish tanks and marvel at the many macaws and other animals that also call this place home. Learn how aquariums are made, watch the building process and see some incredible, out-of-the-ordinary tanks that might be featured on the show in the future.

Look for cast members Wayde King, Brett Raymer, Agnes Wilczynski, Robert ‘Robbie Redneck’ Christlieb and others, who could make an appearance at anytime. In fact, get a smartphone or camera ready to take a picture on Brett’s messy desk.