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- $169 for a sunrise hot-air balloon ride for one, redeemable Monday–Thursday (a $275 va... Read more
Taller than the London Eye, the High Roller is a 550 foot tall observation wheel with a 360 degree view of Las Vegas and surrounds. The views are astounding, day or night, depending on your preference and what suits your kids.
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Water parks abound in the desert, but this one offers something for every member of the family. With adult slides, rides for teens, as well as kiddie pools, for the diverse family, there's an option for everyone.
Blast away at GameWorks. GameWorks has 47,000-sq. ft. entertainment with over 250 games, the world's tallest free-standing rock-climbing structure, a full-service restaurant, and two snack bars. GameWorks is located Town Square.
Get your thrills on the world?s first coaster to feature a 180-degree "heartline" twist and dive maneuver, providing more than 1.4 million riders with heart-stopping action and excitement each year. Enjoy the excitement of some of the latest video & arcade games, and attractions in The Big Apple Arcade.
You've seen the Rio hotel towers, but have you ever sailed between them on a zipline going 33 miles per hour? Now's your chance!
See dolphins frolikin at the Mirage Hotel. This 2.5-million-gallon Dolphin Habitat is home to a family of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Its purpose is to provide a healthy and nurturing environment for dolphins, as well as to educate the public about marine mammals and their environment.
It's Vegas and thus, it's hot! One of the best options for cooling down from the desert heat is to visit the Children's Park and Playground at the popular outdoor Town Square Shopping Mall. With a number of play areas that are either in shade, in trees, or in a fountain, your kids will have fun and stay cool.
Travel just a couple of mile south of Mandalay Bay hotel and you'll see a side of Las Vegas reminiscent of Southern California--there are no slot machines, tab... Read more
At Flyaway, America’s first vertical wind tunnel, you can break the bonds of gravity and body fly. Flyaway Indoor Skydiving gives you the chance to test your skills of human flight during a single flight session or as a participant in a ... Read more
Okay, it’s the 21st century so how about some 21st century fun? Get ready get on that vest with the laser-sensing targets attached, pick up your Laser blaster and you’re ready for action, stalking “the others” through the maze and into a... Read more
The view from 3 miles above the Skydive Las Vegas is awesome!!! Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, the Colorado River, the Strip Hotels and Casinos, Valley of Fire, Red Rock Canyon, Mt. Charleston, and Four States.
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Since opening in December 1995, the much-anticipated Fremont Street Experience has "turned up the wattage" in downtown Las Vegas every night with spectacular computer generated Light and Sound Conservatory & Botanical Gardens and Gallery of Fine Arts. You'll want to take a moment to appreciate the intricate detail blooming before your very eyes. Submerge your soul in this magnificent garden abounding in fragrance, texture and color. Row upon row of exotic plants and flowers weave a glorious tapestry displaying the unique highlights of every season and holiday. Located at the Bellagio Hotel
If you're interested in starting your Vegas experience off on the right foot, then head down to Fremont Street and head on up to the Slotzilla! A 12-story, slot machine-inspired zip line attraction is one of the best activities in Las Vegas.
One of the newer additions to the Strip, Hershey's Chocolate World is located inside the New York New York Hotel. Based on the aroma that wafts over you as soon as you enter, you might think that Hershey's has figured out how to pump chocolate flavored oxygen into the store!
Inviting guests to "Do the Things that Celebrities Do," Madame Tussauds Las Vegas immerses visitors in one-of-a-kind, interactive experiences that create personal memories with some of the world’s biggest icons.
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Play the role of a crime scene investigator in this exciting interactive challenge: 3 murders, 15 lab stations, 15 suspects, 3 killers. Based on the hit TV show, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and guided by videos featuring cast members, alongside real-life forensic scientists, you'll be the latest recruit to the world of forensic science. Ages 12+. CSI: The Experience is located at the MGM Grand Hotel
Titanic - the Artifacts Exhibit. The sinking of the Titanic on April 14, 1912, was one of the world’s worst human disasters, and an event that continues to educate – and fascinate – more than 90 years later.
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Pirates 4D won’t make you walk the plank, but it promises state-of-the-art fun with 3-D visuals, special effects, interactive seats and enough comedy and surprises to entertain a shipload of buccaneers.
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Ethel M Chocolate Factory provides free fun for parents and children when visiting Las Vegas. Touring the Las Vegas factory along with visiting the Botanical Cactus Garden is free of charge. Although samples of decadent, gourmet chocola... Read more
A signature of the Las Vegas skyline, the replica Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel is an exact reproduction of one of Europe's most famous landmarks, rendered meticulously at 1/2 scale. The Eiffel Tower Experience allows you to ride to the top, where you'll have a stunning, panoramic view of the valley, from 460 feet above ground. Along the way, an experienced elevator operator will point out can't-miss Vegas landmarks, as well as address any questions you may have.
High up on the list of beautiful and spectacular sights that are a must-see for every Las Vegas visitor of any age are the Fountains of Bellagio. As an added trea... Read more
If you're interested in learning more about nuclear power, this is the place to go. With lots of information to read, movies to watch, and a section devoted to UFO's, this museum is fun for you and your kids (recommended for kids ages 8 ... Read more
The Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay hotel may just be the best family attraction on the south side of the Las Vegas Strip. The Shark Reef complex features... Read more
If your child has been transfixed with guns since they were little, this is where they can explore their curiousity safely! With over 400 full auto machine guns, and well trained professionals on staff, your child (or husband!) will rece... Read more
You'd never think that digging holes in the ground could be so much fun, but it is! At "Dig This", you'll have an opportunity to dig deep holes, throw tires, spin around, just like a kid!
Learn to Dig This!
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At 1,149 feet, the Stratosphere Tower Las Vegas is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. From the observation decks, lounge, restaurant, meeting, banquet a... Read more
Families can enjoy free entertainment during Town Square's Summer Movie Series every Thursday evening from June 4 through August 20. Movies start a... Read more
Sun Buggy Fun Rentals is a one-stop, turn-key adventure firm that truly offers something for all ages. Whether you are a photo buff or adrenaline junkie, whether you want to ride through the desert on a 400 cc ATV, drive your own buggy, ... Read more
Las Vegas' BODIES the Exhibition is stirring up talk all over the place. This fascinating exhibit features real human bodies and has received wide acclaim and welcomed more than a million visitors in other cities it has visited.
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The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is a world class shopping mall with its own separate entrance from the Strip and a major Las Vegas attraction in its own right. ... Read more
If you thought that High Roller is all there is to do at the LINQ hotel you're in for a surprise. The LINQ Promenade is the outdoor retail, dining and entertianment plaza ... Read more
As Nevada's first National Conservation Area, Red Rock Canyon can be found 17 miles to the west of the Las Vegas Strip. More than one million people visit the area each year and Red Rock offers something that is quite different from the ... Read more
Neon signs are the classic Las Vegas art form and The Neon Museum's mission is to collect, preserve, study and exhibit neon signs and associated artifacts to inspire educational and cultural enrichment for diverse members of our internat... Read more
Dedicated to the education of children, adults, and families of the community in the natural sciences-both past and present, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum is a non-profit organization located just north of the Las Vegas Strip on t... Read more
The Las Vegas Ice Center is probably the coldest place in Las Vegas. Located between Durango and Fort Apache traveling west on Flamingo Road from the Las Vegas Strip four miles. The Las Vegas Ice Center has two full size regulation rin... Read more
Feel the thrill of responding to the colored flags; blue, yellow, red and checkered as you race around the track at Fast Lap Indoor Kart Racing. Just a short 5 to 10 minute cab ride from the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, turning nor... Read more
The Springs Preserve offers visitors to Las Vegas a reprieve from the casinos, gambling, and hustle and bustle of the Strip. Erected on 180 acres previously filled with natural springs, dried up long ago, the Springs Preserve is filled...
Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix is a mini amusement park with many attractions and endless opportunities for fun. It'ss home to three thrilling rides, a giant slide, a go kart track, and arcade as well as a restaurant that's known for its delic... Read more