Take in the most wonderful Las Vegas attractions
Heading out to Las Vegas to enjoy the pleasure thrills that the Entertainment Capital of the World has on offer? We have compiled this list of all the different things you should check out in the Sin City, beyond the casinos. You see, Vegas really is the ultimate in terms of entertainment. Just cruise around Las Vegas, take in its neighborhood with beautiful houses and striking garage doors, and marvel at the different sights.
We hope you take time out of playing the roulette and slot machines to take in all the other adventures that the city offer, which include:
Made up if 1,200 water cannons that shoot water which dances and sways to the music, the Bellagio fountains are really a sight to behold. The choreography and mixing of lights and sounds are truly wonderful. This enchanting sight is definitely better than what you have seen in the movies.
The Grand Canyon s only about four hours’ drive from the Strip. There are a lot of transportation options to marvel at this natural wonder – you can take ground, air and water options or even a helicopter tour! Trust us, going to the Grand Canyon is worth it.
Fancy going to Venice? There is no need to go on an expensive European tour when you can get the experience in Las Vegas. Ride a gondola, head over to St. Mark’s Square, explore the different aquamarine canals, listen to the singing of the gondoliers – the experience is definitely as authentic as Venice.
The Eiffel Tower
Never say that Las Vegas does not offer the complete European experience. This is because the city even has its own Eiffel Tower, with an Eiffel Tower restaurant that serves authentic, high-quality and high-class French dishes. The restaurant itself is stunning, located eleven floors above The Strip and overlooking the wonders of Las Vegas.
The Mob Museum
Fancy learning about the workings of the mob of Al Capone and their underworld? Head on to Las Vegas’ Mob Museum, located in a former courthouse. The Museum contains exhibits and artifacts that chronicle the life of the mafia in Las Vegas and their dealings with law enforcement. It is a recommended trip, for a fascinating background of the Mafia.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Did you know that the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is only 17 miles outside of Las Vegas? It is worth a good look as it showcases a natural geological wonder. There are different ways to explore this wonder – you can hike, climb or bike. The exploration will reward you with sights of petroglyphs, fossils and Aztec sandstone.
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
Whoever said that Las Vegas is only good for its casinos have never seen the art and culture that it offers. Head over to The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art to check out the exhibit of 43 Picasso works. The museum is open daily, with tours at 2pm. They also have a monthly Art and Wine series in which they pair wines with specific pieces.