Siegfried and Roy: Their “Jungle Palace” is being sold
Siegfried and Roy
Your “Jungle Palace” is sold
The “jungle palace” of the late German magicians Siegfried and Roy in their adopted home of Las Vegas is up for sale.
The estate of the legendary magicians Siegfried Fischbacher (1939-2021) and Roy Horn (1944-2020) is for sale. As the “Las Vegas Review Journal” reportsthose interested in the “Jungle Palace” have to shell out three million dollars (about 2.8 million euros).
Located at 1639 Valley Drive, the 800-square-foot 1954 mansion features chandeliers, stained glass windows, water features, and skylights. It has two bedrooms, four baths, an indoor hot tub, guest house, gazebo, bird sanctuary, animal enclosure and electric gates.
Most attended show in Las Vegas
“Siegfried & Roy at the Mirage Resort and Casino” was considered the most attended show in the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas. In 2003, however, the magician duo ended their active stage career after horn was badly injured by a tiger during a performance on stage.
Roy Horn died on May 8, 2020 as a result of complications from coronavirus disease. In January 2021 also passed away Siegfried Fischbacher after severe cancer.