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TOP 10 things to do in LAS VEGAS | City Guide

In this video we’ll show you 10 best things to do in Las Vegas beside gambling and nightlife.

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The suggestions are based on our fun trip to Vegas.

Here are our top 10 picks:

NUMBER 1: THE NEON MUSEUM LAS VEGAS

The Neon Museum Las Vegas offers a collection of iconic Las Vegas neon signs that were taken

down when businesses, casinos and other famous landmarks were closed, demolished or renovated.

Experience Las Vegas history by taking a walk

through the displays of the original iconic Vegas neon signs.

If you visit them by night, several of the signs will light up.

Check the description for information about visiting The Neon Museum Las Vegas.

NUMBER 2: FREMONT STREET

Fremont Street is a street in downtown Las Vegas.

It was the original center of the city and home to first famous casinos such as

Binion's Horseshoe, Eldorado Club and Fremont Hotel and Casino.

While most big casinos are now located on The Strip, Fremont is still a must-see place in Vegas.

Part of the street is covered by an enormous LCD display featuring Viva Vision light shows.

And one of the most spectacular ways to see the lights of Fremont Street is by flying

on their SlotZilla zip line.

Check the description for information on The Fremont Street Experience.

NUMBER 3: STRATOSPHERE TOWER

Stratosphere Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States,

stretching over 1,100 feet above Las Vegas.

The tower is especially famous for its attractions including one of the highest thrill rides

in the World, such as X-Scream.

You can jump from the tower on their SkyJump which holds the Guinness World Record as the

highest commercial decelerator descent facility.

Are you brave enough to try it?

NUMBER 4: “HIGH ROLLER” FERRIS WHEEL

High Roller Ferris Wheel offers 360-degree views of Las Vegas Valley.

550 feet tall, the High Roller is currently the largest Ferris wheel in the world.

Take a 30-minute ride in one of its 28 cabins or even select one of their

open bar cabins and have a party or a celebration high above Las Vegas.

NUMBER 5: EXTRAORDINARY AND UNIQUE STORES

Vegas is a place full of extraordinary and unique stores

that you will hardly find anywhere else in the world.

Experience the taste of Coca Cola products from around the world in the Coca Cola store,

there is an M&M’s Store or experience chocolate haven in Hershey’s Chocolate World right

across the street.

And even when you want to get a cocktail on the street, choices in Vegas are slightly

different from other places.

You can, for example, order a yard-dog drinkmix in one of Fat Tuesday stores and explore the

strip with your drink in your hand.

See the extended list of interesting stores in the description and find your favorite one.

NUMBER 6: HOTELS AND CASINOS

Vegas offers an array of extravagant resort hotels and casinos.

Most of them are located on The Strip, an approximately 4.2 miles long stretch

of South Las Vegas Boulevard.

The hotels feature miles of indoor shopping areas full of designer stores,

fancy restaurantsand, and, of course, casinos.

Some of the most famous hotels include Bellagio with its fascinating fountain show,

Venetian with its indoor canals inspired by Venice,

Aria, Paris, Caesars Palace, New York New York,

Mirage with its volcano erupting and rainstorm show and many more.

Check the description for the map of extravagant Las Vegas hotels.

NUMBER 7: SHOWS AND CONCERTS

It’s no secret that Las Vegas is the world capital of entertainment.

Almost every bigger hotel in Vegas offers a famous show or concert on regular basis.

Go see the famous Cirque du Soleil, experience the magic performed by David Copperfield or

go the concert of a celebrity singer such as Jennifer Lopez – there’s plenty to choose from.

You’ll find the link to best shows and concerts in the description.

NUMBER 8: LAS VEGAS SIGN

The "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign was built in 1959

and is considered to be the official southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.

Betty Willis, visual artist and graphic designer, intended to design a sign that was unique

in its shape, style and content.

It is now one of the most recognizable signs in the world.

You can find other similar signs, based on this design all over Las Vegas.

Walk or drive to the sign and take a selfie with this iconic piece of history.

NUMBER 9: HOOVER DAM

Hoover Dam is one of the largest dams in the world,

located in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between Nevada and Arizona.

When Hoover Dam was finished during Great Depression in 1936

it was the tallest dam in the world.

It still impresses with its size and unique architecture.

Did you know that because of powerful updraft that the dam creates

you can actually pour water straight up into the sky.

Fun, right?

NUMBER 10: RED ROCK CANYON

Red Rock Canyon is located near Las Vegas in Nevada’s Mojave Desert

and is known for geological features such as red sandstone peaks.

It is a popular place for hiking, biking, and rock climbing.

You can take a 13-mile scenic drive with breathtaking panoramic views

and take a short break from the busy streets of Las Vegas.

We created a Google map with all the suggestions.

The link is in the description.

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