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Attractions
Area Attractions
- Circus Circus
The five-acre theme park offers thrill rides, attractions, and 4-D movie experiences. Free entertainment available.
- Blue Diamond
The ranch offers horseback riding, pony rides, a petting zoo, and an old Nevada Western town with shops and museum.
- MGM Grand
Test your inner crime-solver at the MGM Grand. This dynamic interactive experience offers visitors a hands-on challenge to solve a hypothetical crime.
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Guests at this heavy equipment playground can operate bulldozers and excavators.
- Paris
An icon of the city skyline, the high-altitude attraction is located 46 stories up and is a half scale replica of the world-famous Paris, France landmark. The observation deck features 360 degree city views and knowledgeable Ambassadors point out Las Vegas landmarks.
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Take the wheel of your favorite exotic car—Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, McLaren, and Aston Martin—at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Limited availability.
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Race carts at speeds up to 50 mph.
- Downtown Las Vegas
In 2002, the city of Las Vegas created an entertainment district in the heart of downtown Las Vegas: Fremont East. The Fremont East Entertainment District (FEED) sits adjacent to the popular tourist attraction, the Fremont Street Experience.
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The Las Vegas Gunfights is the ultimate gun range, featuring Las Vegas’ only 360 Sim Range and Gunfight Arena.  We offer firearms training and gunfight experiences.
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Weekly racing and driving classes are available. Track tours are available daily.
- Venetian
Interactive wax attraction features the world’s most famous faces including Will Smith, Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, and Nick Fury, as well as the Marvel Super Heroes 4D Experience.
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Offers both top-rope and lead climbing on 8,000 square feet of climbing walls, with radical overhangs and roof routes designed to challenge climbers of all experience levels.
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Get behind the wheel of a NASCAR-style stock car.
- Henderson
Pair up with a fighter pilot to learn the art of basic fighter maneuvering. Under the supervision of SCA’s highly-trained fighter pilot instructors, you are the one at the controls.
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The center is home to Slugger Stadium, an indoor rock climbing wall, concessions, Backyard Adventure, Gene Woods go-kart racing experience, Impact Basketball, Walden Media and Trapeze Las Vegas.
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Museums, galleries, outdoor concerts and events, colorful botanical gardens, and an interpretive trail system that meanders through a scenic wetland habitat are featured. Designed to commemorate Las Vegas’ dynamic history and provide a vision for a sustainable future. Built on the original springs site.
- Sams Town
The Western Pioneer experience comes alive on Mystic Falls with music, lights, and animation.
- Downtown Las Vegas
The world-class center is home to the Nevada Ballet Theatre, Las Vegas Philharmonic, and hosts touring Broadway shows among others.
Free Attractions
- Bellagio
Just beyond Bellagio’s gracious lobby lies the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, a kaleidoscope for your senses.
- Circus Circus
The world’s largest permanent circus is a perfect family choice for a trip to Las Vegas. Performances include acrobats, aerialists, flying trapeze artists, slack wire walkers, jugglers, high-speed roller skaters, and freestyle BMX bikers.
- Henderson
Free, self-guided factory tours show every step of candy-making in the chocolate factory while the gardens feature more than 300 species of plants.
- Flamingo
The Flamingo Resort is home to a flock of live Chilean flamingos, as well as a collection of other feathered friends.
- Bellagio
Each dynamic performance from the Fountains collection is unique in its expression and interpretation. Fall in love with the stunning nature of this unprecedented aquatic accomplishment while relishing a clever concert of opera, classical and Broadway tunes.
- Downtown Las Vegas
Free nightly shows feature 12.5 million lights and amazing sound. Enjoy free concerts and special events throughout the year.
- Golden Nugget
In the spring of 1980, Kevin Hillier took his new metal detector out for a spin in his tiny hometown of Wedderburn, Australia. Instead of a bottle cap or a paper clip, he found a 61-pound golden nugget barely a foot underground.
- New York New York
This two story store covers 13,000-square-feet and features an eye-catching façade that includes a 74-foot high HERSHEY’S Milk Chocolate Bar, an 18-foot high illuminated REESE’S Peanut Butter Cup and a giant media board, measuring 60-feet across.
- Wynn
The Lake of Dreams, with its 40-foot waterfall, pine-topped mountain and nightly shows is a sight to behold.
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Every weekend enjoy live runway shows featuring the latest fashions and styles from Fashion Show retailers.
- Mirage
The indoor coral reef is home to approximately 450 fish from 85 different species of finned and gilled glory. These fish species were all selected for their adaptability to the environment and compatibility with other species.
- Mirage
The towering palms. The lagoons and waterfalls. The exotic blooms. Beneath our 100-foot dome, suspend your disbelief and marvel that a rainforest can thrive at the nexus of our modern milieu.
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Boom. Pow. Wow. Our iconic front yard has more bang than ever, thanks to taller explosions, more fireballs and a driving soundtrack from The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart and Indian tabla sensation Zakir Hussain.
- Silverton
Named the “Best Free Attraction” in Las Vegas, the aquarium is home to more than 4,000 tropical fish, stingrays, eels and sharks, as well as interactive fish feeding shows.
- The Linq
The collections feature 200 of the world’s best classic cars that span more than a century; many are available for purchase—from a mere $20,000 to a pricey $3 million.
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The 25-foot-tall sign is located in the median at 5100 Las Vegas Boulevard South. The sign marks the classic start to the famous Las Vegas Strip. A small parking area is provided.
Historic Sites
- Boulder City
Each year, around 1 million people tour this civil engineering wonder and millions more drive across the dam.
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Includes a remnant of the original adobe fort dedicated to the first permanent, non-native settlers in the Las Vegas Valley—a group of Mormon missionaries who built the fort along Las Vegas Creek in 1855.
- Jean NV
Take a step back in time and visit the historic landmark of Pioneer Saloon in dusty Goodsprings (via Jean). Built by businessman George Fayle in 1913, the saloon now displays memorabilia.
Museums and Exhibits
- Bellagio
The gallery exhibits paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by the world’s most influential artists.
- Luxor
Experienced by more than 15 million people worldwide, Bodies...The Exhibition offers an intimate and informative view into the human body. Using an innovative preservation process, the Exhibition showcases real full-bodies and organs, providing a detailed, three-dimensional vision of the human form rarely seen outside of an anatomy lab.
- Boulder City
Interactive exhibits depict the social and economic history of Boulder City, the Hoover Dam construction, and the Great Depression.
- Henderson
The museum includes several exhibits on American Indians, mining, railroads, gaming, historic homes, and a ghost town.
- Las Vegas
Southern Nevada’s only public planetarium presents year-round educational programs.
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Presents contemporary art and sponsors exhibitions, installations, workshops, lectures, and various events.
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The three-story museum features themed exhibition halls with interactive, hands-on core exhibits and an Exhibitions Gallery with major exhibits from the nation’s leading museums.
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The nonprofi t organization is dedicated to exploring the vast array of socio-cultural perspectives depicting our erotic past and present. Call for hours. 702-496-0569
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This museum is dedicated to promoting awareness, education, and resources of diverse Hispanic cultures and traditions to enhance intercultural understanding. Home to Casa de la Cultura Latina, a display of local cultural group art and artifacts.
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Located at McCarran International Airport, the museum has exhibits on aviation pioneers and local history.
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The museum features exhibits on Egypt, dinosaurs, marine life, international wildlife, African savanna, and wild Nevada.
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The museum tells the fascinating story of America’s nuclear weapons programs and the Cold War with touch screens, motion-sensitive Plasma TV presentations, audio interviews with former workers from the test site, and various other multi-media components.
- Downtown Las Vegas
Located in a historic former federal building, the museum features high-tech theater presentations, one-of-a-kind artifacts, and interactive environments. It’s as close as you can get to the Mob without being asked to wear a wire.
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The Neon Museum is home to more than 150 neon signs dating from the 1930s. Its neon signage collection is the largest in the world, and features relics from the Moulin Rouge, the Desert Inn, the Flamingo, and the Stardust.
- Luxor
An unprecedented opportunity to travel back in time and experience the wonder and tragedy of the world’s most famous ocean-liner, Titanic. Over 250 authentic artifacts recovered from the wreck site of Titanic, as well as extensive recreations of some of the most famous rooms from the Ship, make this an educational and entertaining experience perfect for all ages.
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Home to the Las Vegas Art Museum Collection, featuring rotating exhibitions of contemporary art and Pre-columbian artifacts from the Michael C. and Mannetta Braunstein Collection. The garden features indigenous and introduced desert plants, including drought-tolerant and a water-efficient irrigation system.
Shopping
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Located adjacent to Silverton Hotel Casino Lodge, the Bass Pro Shop has 165,000 square feet of outdoor retail with attractions for the whole family, including a 40,000 gallon freshwater aquarium, rock wall, archery range, and shooting range.
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The mall boasts seven anchor stores and 250 specialty stores, restaurants, and runway for shows and entertainment.
- Venetian
In addition to exquisite shops and fi ne dining, you can enjoy a gondola ride or live opera show at this beautiful indoor center.
- Planet Hollywood
Located at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, the 1.2 mile retail/entertainment complex features 170 specialty stores , 15 restaurants, and two live entertainment theaters.
- Henderson
A vibrant and diverse mix of shopping, dining, entertainment, residences, and offi ce space that is set around a beautiful central park, complete with a vintage-style carousel.
- Caesars Palace
Offers a shopping and dining experience that transports guests to a different place and time with lavish Romanesque architecture and decor with awe-inspiring facades, fountains, and statues. Features more than 160 specialty shops and restaurants.
- City Center
An unprecedented array of the world’s most exclusive retailers in a 500,000-square-foot retail and dining district.
Thrill Rides
- Primm Valley Resorts
Rides include the Desperado, one of the world’s tallest and fastest roller coasters, and the Turbo Drop, a free-fall experience.
- Stratosphere
Enjoy panoramic views of the shimmering Las Vegas Strip and nearby valley from the world’s highest thrill rides.
- Rio
The VooDoo ZipLine is an exhilarating attraction that delivers a Las Vegas experience unlike any other – sending guests soaring higher than 400 feet in the air at electrifying speeds, offering 360-degree open-air views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Tours-Air
- Las Vegas
Offers VIP service from several departure locations. Features tours of the Grand Canyon and nighttime Las Vegas.
Water Parks
- Henderson
Cowabunga Bay offers some of Nevada’s most thrilling and one-of-a-kind water slides.
Zoo/Aquarium
- Mandalay Bay
More than 2,000 animals represent 100 different species in 1.6 million gallons of water. Nevada’s Only AZA-accredited facility.
- Golden Nugget
This behind-the-scenes tour conducted by our staff marine biologists shows you the inner workings of our incredible 200,000 gallon Las Vegas shark aquarium. Learn what our sharks and fish dine on and how the feeding process works. You’ll even go home with a souvenir shark tooth! Don’t miss your chance to experience this unique and interesting tour that’s fun for the whole family. Tickets are $30 per person and tours begin at 3:30pm Thursday through Saturday.
- Mirage
Come face to face with some of the most exotic creatures on earth.