What to do in Las Vegas, NV

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Las Vegas Attractions

Vegas has a certain reputation, it’s impossible to deny. Its nickname is even “Sin City.” Still, this Nevada desert oasis has lots to offer that doesn’t involve blinking lights or cocktails. In addition to the fun available on the casino floor, other things to do in the Las Vegas area include catching an award-winning singer on stage, taking a helicopter tour, and spending some cash at world-class shopping venues. Don’t forget about the themed shows in Las Vegas that keep you rapt, whether they involve circus performers or magicians. No matter if you’re a foodie interested in the newest celebrity restaurant or a high-roller who wants to stay at a top casino, the attractions in Las Vegas simply don’t disappoint.

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There's no need to dig deep into your pockets in Las Vegas. The following won't even cost a dollar.

Las Vegas Yucca Mountain Science Center - Chat to the friendly staff and learn more about the fascinating collections on display at this museum.

Mirage Volcano - This is a must-do for culture vultures hoping to add an artistic touch to their trip.

Fountains of Bellagio - If you're a fan of modern-day design and architecture, add this landmark to your list of must-sees.

Benjamin Bugsy Siegel Plaque - Feel like you've gone back in time while roaming around this historic site.

The Linq - Arrange a visit and learn about the importance of this place to the community.

Guardian Angel Cathedral - Inject a bit of spirituality into your getaway by dropping by this religious attraction.

Red and Black Mountain - Take a break from the busy city life and get back to nature at this inspiring place.

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens - If you're into working in your garden, this place will captivate your green thumb.

Areas & Neighborhoods

When people around the world picture Las Vegas, the image is as clear as it is universal. The bright bulbs adorning major casinos are what naturally comes to mind. Still, despite its fame, the main tourist hub of Las Vegas is not the only place worth visiting in the city. There is more than one neighborhood to see after you’ve taken a tour of S. Las Vegas Boulevard.

The Strip — Yes, The Strip is by far the most popular neighborhood in Las Vegas.