Las Vegas – it’s a place where everyday life takes a back seat, and the extraordinary rules the show. Picture this: the city’s night sky, a canvas painted with neon lights that never seem to sleep. The soundtrack is the loud chorus of slot machines singing their winning songs in the casinos.
But let’s not stop at gambling. There’s a whole deck of cards waiting to be played when it comes to great things to do in Las Vegas. If you’re after world-class entertainment, heart-pounding attractions, or even a bit of retail therapy, Sin City’s got your back and our bucket list will help you find the best places to visit.
Fun Attractions and the Best Things to do in Las Vegas
On the Strip (or Near the Strip)
1. Try Coca Cola Drinks from Around the World
If you’re looking for a unique experience to add to your Las Vegas bucket list, head over to the Coca-Cola store on the Strip, near M&M’s World.
On the second floor, you’ll find the ‘Around the World’ tray, where you’re given 16 different international flavors to taste, including Inca Kola from Peru and Sprite Ice from Korea. The Stoney Tangawizi in Tanzania was my favorite!
P.S. You might want to bring someone with you to help you finish the drinks!
2. Take a Gondola Ride at the Venetian
Take a romantic gondola ride through the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort. As you float under the bridges and past the Venetian landmarks, you’ll be serenaded by a gondolier singing traditional Italian songs. Choose between an indoor or outdoor ride to experience the magic of Venice in your own way—without ever leaving Las Vegas!
3. Play Games at the Pinball Hall of Fame
The Pinball Hall of Fame is a must-visit if you are like me and a fan of classic arcade games. With over 200 playable pinball machines, including rare gems like Black Gold, Pinball Circus, and Impacto, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
They also have tons of classic video and arcade games, which brings the total number of games you can play to 700. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete novice, you’re sure to have a blast playing these iconic games.
4. Stroll Through the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden
The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden is a stunning oasis inside the Bellagio Hotel. The conservatory has elaborate displays of pretty flowers, plants, and sculptures. Plus, every few months it is transformed into a new themed wonderland (like their Harvest/Autumn display). It is also one of the most popular things to do in Las Vegas because it is FREE!
5. Get Drinks in an Ice Bar
Las Vegas is known for its over-the-top attractions, and ice bars are no exception. These unique establishments offer visitors the chance to enjoy a refreshing drink in a subzero environment. The walls, floors, and even furniture are all made of ice, creating a super cool experience. Some of the best ice bars in the Strip include Minus5 Ice Bar and the Ice Bar at the Golden Nugget.
6. Ride the Big Apple Coaster
The Big Apple Coaster at the New York-New York Hotel & Casino is a thrilling roller coaster that takes you through some iconic landmarks in New York City, like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The coaster reaches speeds of up to 67 mph and features a 180-degree twist and 203 foot drop, so it’s definitely not for the faint of heart!
7. Take a Flight at FlyOver Las Vegas
At FlyOver Las Vegas, you’re in for an exhilarating adventure that takes you soaring above the city’s most iconic landscapes. This state-of-the-art attraction, located on the Las Vegas Strip, offers an immersive flight experience that combines motion seating, wind, and special effects to make you feel like you’re flying.
You’ll soar over Iceland, the American West or feel the rush of zipping through the Canadian Rockies. It’s the next best thing to actually being there!
Did I mention that they also have a cool bar that has a selection of fun cocktails—The Lost Cactus? You’ve got to try their impressive Iceland’s Fire and Ice (that actually smokes like Iceland’s iconic volcanos!) or their colorful Canadian Sky.
8. See Bodies The Exhibition at Luxor
Get an up-close look at the human body at Bodies The Exhibition at Luxor. This fascinating exhibit features over 13 real human bodies and over 260 specimens that have been preserved using a unique plastination process.
While it may be disturbing or unsettling for some, especially if you’re not used to seeing the human body that way, it is still a great way to learn about the human anatomy and see how the body works in ways you never have before.
9. See the City From the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck
Take in the killer views of The Strip and the surrounding desert from the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas. This half-scale replica of the iconic tower offers 360-degree views of the city, making it the perfect spot to take a photo or simply relax and enjoy the scenery. The viewing deck is located at 460 feet high, so you’re sure to get some amazing shots of the city below.
10. Watch the Bellagio Fountains Dance
The Bellagio Fountains at the Bellagio Hotel are one of the largest choreographed fountains in the world, featuring over 1,200 nozzles that can shoot water up to 460 feet in the air. The fountains are set to music and lights, and they put on a spectacular show every 30 minutes starting in the afternoon, free for everyone to watch. They are so spectacular that they have even been featured in numerous movies and TV shows, including Ocean’s Eleven, The Hangover, and CSI: Las Vegas.
11. Pose with Elvis at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign
When you visit the iconic Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign at the southern end of the Strip, it’s not just a photo op; it’s a chance to meet the King himself.
Elvis impersonators often frequent this famous landmark, and they’re more than happy to strike a pose with you (usually for tips.) These spirited performers add an extra layer of entertainment to your snapshot with the legendary sign, making it a memorable and fun stop on your journey.
12. Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art offers an escape into the world of exquisite art. Initially showcasing works from Steve Wynn’s private collection, the gallery has since evolved into a rotating exhibition space, hosting renowned collections from museums around the world.
13. Try Gaming at HyperX Arena Las Vegas
If you’re a gamer or esports fan, then you need to check out HyperX Arena Las Vegas. This state-of-the-art facility has everything you need to get your game on, from daily gaming stations to a 30,000-square-foot multi-level arena with a competition stage, telescopic seating, and VIP room.
For those who want to just chill out, you can grab some food and drinks at the bar while watching the pros go at it, or you can also head over to their retro gaming arcade for some casual games.
14. Rejuvenate at an Oxygen Bar
If you’re feeling tired or stressed, then consider taking a break to visit an oxygen bar. These unique establishments offer a chance to breathe in pure oxygen, which is said to have a number of health benefits, such as reducing stress, increasing energy levels, and improving circulation.
There are several oxygen bars located along the Las Vegas Strip, including Vitality at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and Breathe Modern Wellness Bar at the Fashion Show Mall.
15. Ride the Fly LINQ zipline
The Fly LINQ Zipline at the LINQ Promenade is an adrenaline-fueled experience that takes riders soaring over 1,100 feet across the Las Vegas Strip. Riders launch from a 12-story tower and travel at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour, offering great views of the city skyline.
As you zoom across the Strip, you’ll have a bird’s-eye view of iconic landmarks like the Bellagio Fountains, the Eiffel Tower, and the High Roller observation wheel. The entire experience lasts for about 30 minutes, making it a quick and fun way to see Las Vegas from a different perspective.
16. Take a Helicopter Tour
Las Vegas is a city that is best seen from above, and a helicopter tour is just the perfect way to see (and photograph!) Sin City in a new and exciting way.
Helicopter tours typically last for about 10-15 minutes and cover a variety of landmarks, including the Bellagio Fountains, the Luxor Pyramid, and the Stratosphere Tower. Some offer a helicopter ride into the Grand Canyon—I did it on my birthday and it was AMAZING!
17. Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at Hershey’s Chocolate World
Make your visit a whole lot sweeter by going on a visit to Hershey’s Chocolate World. Found in the New York-New York Hotel & Casino, this two-story, 13,000-square-foot wonderland is filled wall-to-wall with different Hershey’s chocolates and sweets.
Offering more than 800 types of chocolates and candies, you’ll even find a stunning sculpture of the Statue of Liberty, which is made with nearly 800 pounds of chocolate. And did I mention that you can even create your own personalized candy bar here?
18. Ride the High Roller Ferris Wheel
Standing tall at 550 feet, the High Roller Ferris Wheel is a colossal attraction on the Strip. It’s the world’s second largest observation wheel, offering unparalleled panoramic views of the city. Tourists come here for a bird’s-eye view of the glittering lights and iconic Las Vegas skyline.
A ride on the High Roller takes approximately 30 minutes, offering 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip, the surrounding mountains, and the desert landscape. Each of the High Roller’s 28 glass-enclosed cabins can accommodate up to 40 passengers, providing you with a comfortable and spacious ride.
19. Skate at Cosmopolitan’s Ice Rink
Imagine skating across real ice on the Las Vegas Strip, surrounded by the glittering lights of the city. That’s exactly what you can do at Cosmopolitan’s Ice Rink, located on the rooftop of the Boulevard Pool.
The 4200 sq foot rink is open to all ages and skating abilities, and it’s a great way to cool off on a hot day or enjoy a winter wonderland in the desert. Skate rentals are included with admission, and there are also skate aids available for younger skaters.
After you’re done skating, you can relax by the fire pit or enjoy a seasonal treat from one of the nearby vendors.
20. Visit M&M’s World Las Vegas
Step into a world of color and fun at M&M’s World Las Vegas, the first M&M store to open in the world. It comprises four floors of M&M-themed goodness, from clothing and accessories to home décor to a 62-foot wall of M&Ms dispensers and many more.
One of its highlights is the M&M’s Personalization Station, where you can create your very own M&M’s mix. Choose from 16 different colors and personalize your candies with messages and images that are uniquely you. How’s that for a perfect souvenir idea?
21. Have fun at Mandalay Bay Beach
Located at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, inside the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Mandalay Bay Beach is where Vegas meets the waves. It’s Sin City’s aquatic playground, spanning a whopping 11 acres, and a hot favorite among Vegas tourists.
The beach features a variety of amenities, including (but not limited to) a wave pool that produces waves up to 6 feet high (one of the largest in the world!), a lazy river that winds its way through the complex, several cabanas and daybeds for rent, and a variety of food and drink options.
P.S. Only hotel guests can access the pool and beach, so plan your Mandalay Bay reservation in advance.
22. Party All Night at a Club
Partying all night is one of the top things to do in Las Vegas, and the city is home to some of the best nightclubs in the world.
Here are a few of the top clubs on the Las Vegas Strip:
- XS Nightclub at Encore Las Vegas
- Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand
- Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace
- Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan Hotel
- Tao Nightclub at The Venetian
These clubs feature world-renowned DJs, state-of-the-art sound systems, and lavish VIP areas. Whether you’re looking to dance the night away or simply enjoy the atmosphere, you’re definitely in for a night to remember.
23. Go to the Shark Reef Aquarium
One of the most visited Las Vegas attractions is the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. This state-of-the-art aquarium features over 2,000 creatures, including sharks, rays, sea turtles, and exotic fish. You can walk through the aquarium’s 14 exhibits, including a 1.3 million-gallon shark tank.
24. Visit the Punk Rock Museum
The Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas is a must-see for any fan of punk music. This museum, founded by “Fat Mike” Burkett of the band NOFX, chronicles the history of punk rock, from its early days in the 1970s to its modern-day resurgence. The museum houses more than 1,000 artifacts documenting the history of punk rock, including molds for the signature helmets of Devo and a photograph of Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain.
25. Work an Excavator at DigThis
Have you ever dreamed of operating a giant excavator? Now you can at DigThis, a unique Las Vegas attraction that allows visitors of all ages to experience the fun of controlling heavy machinery. After a safety briefing from a trained instructor, you’ll get behind the wheel of a Caterpillar excavator (and other heavy equipment) and learn how to operate its massive bucket and arm.
You’ll get to maneuver the excavator through a variety of challenges, such as digging trenches, loading boulders, and stacking tires.
26. Watch a Cirque Du Soleil
Cirque du Soleil is one of the most popular entertainment companies in the world, and for good reason. Their shows are a dazzling spectacle of acrobatics, artistry, and music. If you’re looking for a truly unforgettable Las Vegas experience, be sure to catch a Cirque du Soleil show.
There are currently six Cirque du Soleil shows running on the Las Vegas Strip, including:
- O at Bellagio
- Mystère at Treasure Island
- The Beatles LOVE at The Mirage
- Michael Jackson ONE at Mandalay Bay
- KÀ at MGM Grand
- MAD APPLE at New York New York
Each show is unique, but they all feature the same high-quality production values and world-class talent. So no matter which show you choose, you’re sure to be entertained.
27. See Another Las Vegas Show
In addition to Cirque du Soleil, Las Vegas offers a wide variety of other shows to choose from, including comedy, adult, magic, and variety. Absinthe and OPM were two of my favorites! You can check out our article (the Best Shows in Las Vegas) to find your new favorite.
28. Participate in The Escape Game Las Vegas
The Escape Game is a live escape room experience that challenges you and your team to solve puzzles and crack codes in order to escape from a locked room within 60 minutes.
There are a variety of different escape room themes to choose from, including Prison Break, Special Ops: Mysterious Market, and Gold Rush. No matter what you choose, it will be an adventure that challenges your wits and teamwork, making it a must-visit for those who crave a mental challenge amidst the city’s glitz and glamor.
29. See The Hunger Games Exhibition
When you’re at the MGM Grand Hotel, make sure to step into the captivating world of Panem at The Hunger Games Exhibition. Here, you’ll have the chance to explore a collection of costumes, props, and interactive displays from the iconic film series.
30. Go to the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit
When you step into the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in Las Vegas, you’re in for an extraordinary artistic journey. This immersive (no pun intended) experience surrounds you with projections of Vincent van Gogh’s iconic paintings onto all four walls and the floor. The exhibit is set to music, and the images move and flow in sync with the rhythm, creating a one-of-a-kind experience.
It’s a unique way for art enthusiasts to get closer to the genius of Van Gogh and his timeless works.
31. Tee Up at Topgolf
This next one isn’t your typical golf experience. Topgolf combines golf, lively music, and a fun bar-like atmosphere into one unforgettable outing. Here, you can tee off with microchipped golf balls, aiming at targets positioned at varying distances. Your precision is your ticket to higher scores – the closer you get, the more points you’ll tally.
32. Spend the Day at the Pool
When you’re in Las Vegas, a day at the pool is more than just a way to cool off – it’s a quintessential experience. The city is renowned for its extravagant pool scenes and vibrant pool parties.
Some of the top destinations for your sun-soaked day include Encore Beach Club, Marquee Dayclub, and Wet Republic. These pools redefine luxury and offer an energetic party atmosphere with world-class DJs, cocktails, and the city’s beautiful crowd.
33. Go to the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
The Titanic The Artifact Exhibition is a moving and educational experience that is perfect for people of all ages. This exhibition features over 250 authentic artifacts recovered from the wreck site of the Titanic, as well as extensive recreations of some of the most famous rooms from the ship.
As you walk through the exhibition, you’ll learn about the history of the Titanic, from its construction to its sinking. You’ll see artifacts such as luggage, china, pots and pans, floor tiles from the first-class smoking room, a window frame from the Verandah Café, and an unopened bottle of champagne with a 1900 vintage.
34. Have a Memorable Dinner
Sin City boasts an array of top restaurants that will tantalize your taste buds and create unforgettable memories. If you’re craving a world-class steak, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas is a prime choice. If you want a trendy (& yummy!) dinner then head over to Cathédrale at Aria or Superfrico as the Cosmopolitan. For a romantic and panoramic dining experience, consider Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand. Or immerse yourself in a unique and upscale Asian fusion menu at Tao at The Venetian (one of my favorites!). For something a little more casual, yet very cool go to Eataly and try one (or two) of their restaurants.
A reservation is also highly recommended, as well as checking for dress codes ahead of time.
35. Go to a Wax Museum
There’s nothing like meeting your favorite stars in person, but meeting their waxy counterparts is a close second. At Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, you can do just that.
This world-renowned wax museum has over 100 life-size wax figures of celebrities, athletes, and historical figures. You can take photos with your favorite stars, including Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift, and Beyoncé.
Around Downtown Las Vegas
36. Play the World’s Largest Keno Board at The D
Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas is home to The D, where you can experience a gaming sensation like no other: the World’s Largest Keno Board, said to be as big as your average tennis court! With its enormous screens and lively atmosphere, The D offers an electrifying and modern take on the classic game of Keno.
P.S. The D Las Vegas Hotel is also home to one of the longest bars in Nevada, the aptly named 100-foot-long Longbar.
37. Hit the Bulls-eye at Axehole Vegas
Axehole Vegas is the premier axe throwing venue in town, offering a unique and cool experience that is perfect for anyone looking for a fun and challenging activity.
Whether you’re a seasoned axe thrower or a complete beginner, their experienced coaches will provide you with all the training you need to get started, and they’ll be there to help you improve your skills along the way.
In addition to axe throwing, Axehole Vegas also offers a variety of other activities, like spear, ninja star and shovel throwing!
38. See the Berlin Wall at Main Street Station
In the heart of the Main Street Station Casino, amongst the bustling slot machines and lively gaming tables, lies an unlikely relic of a bygone era – a fragment of the Berlin Wall.
How this piece of history ended up adorning the men’s restroom is a mystery. Regardless of its origins, the Berlin Wall at Main Street Station has become a popular tourist attraction. And while the wall is located in the men’s restroom, women are welcome to view it as well. Simply ask a security guard for assistance.
39. Go to the Neon Museum
When it comes to nostalgic Las Vegas attractions, the Neon Museum is sure to deliver. This destination transports you into a bygone era, where vibrant neon signs illuminated the Las Vegas Strip with their beautiful glow.
From the dazzling Stardust sign to the iconic Moulin Rouge, these relics radiate a nostalgic charm, especially during the evening. You can stroll through the Neon Boneyard, a mesmerizing graveyard of famous signs that once adorned the facades of casinos, hotels, and businesses.
40. Shop at the Container Park
The Container Park is a vibrant shopping and entertainment hub along Fremont Street. Here, you can explore a dynamic collection of boutique shops housed in repurposed shipping containers. It’s a unique and eco-friendly retail experience, offering everything from trendy clothing to handmade crafts.
41. Enjoy the Fremont East Entertainment District
When the sun goes down in Sin City, the party begins in the lively Fremont East Entertainment District. It’s the perfect destination for those seeking a taste of Las Vegas after dark, with plenty of notable establishments, including bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues, making it a must-visit spot for a memorable night out in the city. Some well-known places to check out in the district include:
- The Griffin: A popular bar with a speakeasy vibe, known for its cozy atmosphere and great selection of craft beers and cocktails.
- Commonwealth: This rooftop bar and nightclub offers stunning views of the city, a diverse drink menu, and a vibrant nightlife scene.
- Le Thai: A well-regarded restaurant serving delicious Thai cuisine in a casual setting.
42. Take a Million Dollar Photo at Binion’s
For nearly 70 years, Binion’s has drawn visitors from around the globe. It’s not just about food, drinks, and poker – it’s also about posing with a real million dollars. Encased behind thick glass, the neat stacks of bills create a mesmerizing sight. As you snap your photo, the thrill and glamor are undeniable. After all, who wouldn’t want to be immortalized with a million dollars?
43. Visit the Mob Museum
Housed within a historic courthouse, the Mob Museum takes you on a journey into the world of organized crime and law enforcement. This immersive attraction features exhibits that showcase the intriguing stories of mobsters, lawmen, and the fight against organized crime in America.
From interactive displays to actual artifacts and a speakeasy bar, the museum provides an engaging and educational experience for anyone interested in true crime and allure of the criminal underworld.
44. Take in the Art at Pretty Done
Pretty Done, a moniker synonymous with vibrant freestyle pop art, is the creative manifestation of Adam Rellah, a renowned DJ/artist whose works adorn the walls of galleries, murals, and apparel across the globe, including Las Vegas.
His workshop/gallery at Downtown Las Vegas serves as a showcase for his latest creations, which often feature whimsical characters characterized by bold lines and different color combinations. In addition to exhibitions, his gallery also hosts a variety of events throughout the year, such as artist talks and workshops.
45. Rub Happy Buddha’s Belly
In the realm of chance and fortune, where dreams are made and lost on the roll of a die, lies a beacon of hope and prosperity – the Happy Buddha. This beloved figure, located in the lobby of California Hotel & Casino, is said to bring good luck to all those who rub his belly.
Whether you’re a believer in the symbolism or just looking to embrace a delightful local custom, this act of belly-rubbing is a must-try for anyone exploring the heart of Las Vegas.
46. Tour the Shark Tank at Golden Nugget
At the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas, you have the unique opportunity to dive into a thrilling adventure, not in a traditional pool, but right into a shark tank. This one-of-a-kind attraction, known as The Tank, allows you to glide through a clear waterslide that runs through a 200,000-gallon shark tank.
For the less adventurous, you can also enjoy a guided tour around the tank, observing these magnificent creatures up close.
47. Go to Symphony Park
A green haven amidst the urban jungle, the 61-acre Symphony Park is a place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Stroll along meandering pathways, surrounded by lush greenery and vibrant flowers.
As you explore the park, you’ll come across a variety of attractions, including the Smith Center for the Performing Arts, the Discovery Children’s Museum, and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. The park often hosts cultural events and outdoor concerts, making it a hub for art and music lovers.
48. Ride The SlotZilla Zipline
If you’re seeking an adrenaline rush that soars above the neon-lit streets of Las Vegas, then SlotZilla Zipline is the answer. This thrilling attraction offers a choice between two unique zipline experiences – the Zip-Zilla and Super-Hero Zoom.
The Zip-Zilla (Zipline) takes you on a seated journey 77 feet above the Fremont Street Experience, gliding for 850 feet. If you’re up for even more thrills, the Super-Hero Zoom (Zoomline) elevates you to 114 feet for a superhero-style flight, covering 1,700 feet. Both experiences provide a cool adventure at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour.
49. Visit The Old Mormon Fort Museum
Step back in time at The Old Mormon Fort Museum, located less than a mile north of Downtown Las Vegas. Built in 1855 by Mormon missionaries, this historical treasure is a window into the city’s earliest days when it was a vital stopover on the pioneer trail.
As you explore the reconstructed fort, you’ll gain insights into the lives of these early pioneers and the challenges they faced in taming the harsh desert environment. Artifacts on display include tools, clothing, and household items that provide a glimpse into the daily lives of the fort’s inhabitants. You’ll also learn about the fort’s role in the development of Las Vegas, from its early days as a waystation for travelers to its eventual transformation into a bustling metropolis.
50. See Vegas Vic
Vegas Vic, the iconic neon cowboy sign, is a true Las Vegas legend. Located in the heart of Fremont Street, this towering 40-foot cowboy figure has been greeting visitors since the 1950s. His friendly “Howdy Podner!” neon sign is a symbol of the city’s hospitality and Wild West charm.
51. Watch the Viva Vision Light Show
As the sun sets in Las Vegas, the magic begins with the Viva Vision Light Show at the Fremont Street Experience. Stretching over four blocks, the world’s largest LED canopy overhead transforms into a canvas for an incredible multimedia show, immersing you in a world of visual and audio effects. Join the crowd and witness the city come alive in brilliant colors and music, leaving you in awe.
Tip: The Viva Vision Light Show runs nightly from 6:00 PM to 1:00 AM, with 6-minute shows every hour on the hour.
52. Eat at White Castle
White Castle, the legendary fast-food chain that even sparked an epic stoner comedy adventure in “Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle,” offers more than just tasty sliders. It’s a nostalgic journey for those who grew up with these iconic mini-burgers, and a delicious discovery for first-timers. Alongside classic sliders, you’ll discover delicious sides like chicken rings and onion chips that perfectly complement your meal.
So whether you’re in the mood for the classics or want to try their new creations, like the Impossible Slider, White Castle provides a flavorful experience that is quick, affordable, and truly mouthwatering.
53. Take the Zappos Tour
Ever wondered what makes Zappos, the online retail giant, stand out? Find out on a Zappos Tour in Las Vegas. This immersive experience takes you behind the scenes of their extraordinary corporate culture and customer service. Explore their unique workplace, discover their core values, and gain insight into how they’ve redefined the world of online shopping.
54. Stroll Through Fergusons Downtown
Fergusons Downtown is a vibrant urban community in the heart of Las Vegas, offering a delightful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. This repurposed motel complex has been transformed into a cultural hub featuring a variety of trendy shops, eateries, and community events.
You will find shops that feature everything from handcrafted jewelry to live house p;ants. And if you’re feeling peckish, be sure to stop by one of the many food and beverage options available. From yummy tacos to refreshing cocktails, there’s something to satisfy every craving.
In the neon-lit heart of the Mojave Desert, there’s plenty of unforgettable moments and things to do in Las Vegas at every turn. Whether you’re sipping cocktails atop the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel or marveling at the unbelievable acrobats of Cirque du Soleil, this city promises memories that will linger long after you leave.
In a nutshell, when it comes to Las Vegas attractions and the best things to do in Las Vegas, this city has it all. Whether you’re chasing the thrill of the casinos, soaking up the glitz of world-class entertainment, or diving headfirst into exciting adventures, Sin City offers a non-stop buffet of excitement and memories waiting to be made. So, next time you’re planning a trip, don’t forget to check out these Las Vegas bucket list ideas, because this city is the ultimate playground for those seeking unforgettable experiences!
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