Experience the global sports entertainment venue that everybody's talking about, Topgolf Las Vegas. With 107 climate-controlled hitting bays on four levels, a couple of sleek pools with private cabanas and VIP suites, five bars and a concert venue that holds 900 screaming fans, this sports entertainment venue is like nothing you’ve ever experienced.
Three-stories tall in stature, the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum 58,000-square-foot building is home to nine-themed exhibition halls totaling 26,000 square feet of interactive hands-on core exhibits. The 5,000 square foot Featured Exhibitions Gallery is large enough to accommodate major exhibits from the nation’s leading museums.
Whether you're a fan of classic movies with killer gun scenes like "Rambo" or "Scarface" or into video games like "Call of Duty" or "Gears of War," get ready to kick it up a notch at Machine Guns Vegas.
Located just a few minutes off the Las Vegas Strip, Machine Guns Vegas makes you feel like you're an action hero. With a wide selection of firearms from AK-47s and MAC 10s to Glock 17s and M60s, you'll shoot up a storm and get the adrenaline rush of a lifetime.
The wildest part of Las Vegas isn't necessarily the nightlife. Right on the Las Vegas Strip is an attraction that defines wild in Vegas in a whole new way. Welcome to Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage Hotel & Casino where white tigers and lions, leopards and dolphins enjoy the Vegas sun and a posh resort like the millions of human tourists who visit the city each year.
View, Dive, Feed & Experience | See more than 2,000 animals, including sharks, giant rays, endangered green sea turtles, piranha and a Komodo dragon. This unique exhibit gives you the chance to dive with a higher concentration of exotic sharks than you'd ever find in the wild. Become an Aquarist for a day and feed our stingrays, shark or turtle in our Animal Encounters program.
One of the premier art galleries in Las Vegas, The Bellagio's gallery showcases some of the most prolific artists in the world. Pieces by the likes of Warhol, Picasso, and Lichtenstein have all been featured within their walls, and the gallery is often changed to showcase new art and art styles to highlight multiple cultures within their gallery space.
The SkyJump attraction holds the Guinness World Record for Highest Controlled Descent | At 1,149 feet, Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the country. Its views of Sin City are unparalleled—360-degree vistas from SkyPod indoor and outdoor observation deck—which explains why readers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal named it the Best Place to View the City in 2010–14.The thrill rides on the SkyPod outdoor observation deck are some of the most extreme in the world. You can go jump from 854 feet at the SkyJump, ride a tilt-a-whirl at speeds of up to 3 Gs, and plummet on a free fall ride, all at 1,081 feet above the ground. Afterward, grab a bite to eat at the Top of the World restaurant or a signature cocktail at the tallest bar in Las Vegas.
Though the Las Vegas Strip provides a glittering backdrop, to the drivers at Gene Woods Racing Experience, the blinking lights are all a blur. Behind the wheel of high-performance go-karts, they zip around the 3/8-mile track at up to 45 mph, which is faster than a standard go-kart's top speed. Drivers learn to commandeer the speedy karts through an instructional video before they are let loose onto the curving track for 15-18 heart-pumping laps. Between races, competitors can go head to head in the arcade, or call their father to tell him about what a good job they did on the track.
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. The fun doesn't stop there! Enjoy the excitement of some of the latest video & arcade games, and attractions in The Big Apple Arcade.
Adding an element of whimsy to downtown pub crawls, Vegas Pub Crawler takes parties to the city's top bars on a group-peddled bike. Facing each other across two bars, groups power their movement through the peddles at their feet as a trained driver captains them to a custom itinerary of bars, each offering their own drink and food specials. An onboard sound system allows riders to pump their own tunes or create eerie zones of silence with the opposite waveform of a noisy crowd. Peddlers are welcome to tote along snacks and non-alcoholic beverages to keep bodies fueled while powered their nightly transport.
Enjoy the natural beauty of nearby Red Rock Canyon with a guided drive along the area's scenic loop, as well as some off-road adventure. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, only minutes from the Strip, has scenery so dramatic it's often selected as the backdrop for movies and commercials. Along the 13-mile scenic drive you'll view the impressive Wilson Cliffs, part of the 65 million-year-old Keystone Thrust. Numerous geological features abound, including the fossilized sand dunes of the brilliantly colored Calico Hills. A brief stop at the visitor center includes fascinating exhibits, a desert tortoise habitat and gift shop. Beautiful desert wildflowers, ancient Native American pictographs and diverse vegetation make this tour one you'll never forget. This tour uses a 10-passenger Tour Trekker, a vehicle specifically designed for sightseeing and off-road adventures.
Old Vegas neon signs outdoor museum of restored and un-restored historical Las Vegas signs | The Neon Museum was officially established in 1996, the city allocated space in downtown on the east side of Las Vegas Boulevard for the Neon Boneyard. YESCO then donated its retired signs to the fledgling organization. About 40 percent of the Neon Museum's collection originated there, and items from newly imploded or remodeled properties are added continually.
The award-winning Top of the World Restaurant offers a unique experience 844 feet above Las Vegas at the STRAT Casino, Hotel and Tower. One of the most romantic destinations in Las Vegas offers a variety of dishes while enjoying a breathtaking panorama overlooking the city. The restaurant features an award-winning Sommelier, Dean Wachstetter, under whom the restaurant has been awarded Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 18 years in a row every year since 1996.
The High Roller in Las Vegas isn't your average Ferris wheel. And it's not really a Ferris wheel; it's an observation wheel -- the biggest in the world at a staggering 550-feet-tall. Yes, you read that right: 550 feet. That's nine feet taller than the Singapore Flyer and 107 feet taller than the London Eye. It currently holds the Guinness World Record for largest observation wheel.
Love is great and all, but a spectacular view is even better. And where can you get one of the best views of the city? The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck, duh! Oh, and it's not just a tourist thing, this is an every person thing. Yeah, we're talking to you locals (#callingyouout). If you're single, you can have your "Sleepless in Seattle" moment and meet the love of your life up there. If you're in a relationship, you can pop the question with a birdseye view of The Strip. And if you've been hitched for awhile, then it's a great thing to see with your lover. The unbeatable views are well worth the ascent 50 stores up. You'll get to see the Bellagio Fountains, the beautiful Vegas Valley, the surrounding mountains and, of course, the tipsy pedestrians having a good time.
Embark on a horseback ride just like the cowboys who made the American West famous. Your adventure begins with a complimentary hotel pickup. Then it's off to a ranch, where you'll enjoy an authentic Western-style meal. Enjoy the peace and serenity with majestic views of nearby mountains and breathtaking views while you eat. Choose from a breakfast or dinner tour. For breakfast you'll enjoy eggs, cowboy potatoes, pancakes, bacon or sausage and a choice of apple juice or orange juice. For dinner, enjoy a steak or Mesquite-grilled chicken, baked potato, corn on the cob, dinner rolls and apple pie. During your 90-minute horseback trail ride, you'll have the chance to admire the stunning beauty of Mother Nature. To capture the memories, you'll be provided with plenty of photo opportunities.
Normally, cars at Las Vegas Motor Speedway pass by in a blur. But during your visit to Glittering Lights presented by Goettl Air Conditioning, you'll want to drive a bit slower. That's because the annual holiday event transforms the arena into a 2.5-mile journey through four million blinking, glistening, and glowing lights. Now in its 18th year, Glittering Lights spent its first decade at Sunset Park before making the move to its current home in 2010. There, cars full of visitors roll around the venue with their windows down, music up, and cameras out while soaking in some 500 displays, including a living nativity on some nights in December. Glittering Lights lasts from mid-November through early January and even remains open on Thanksgiving and Christmas, giving Santa plenty of time to sneak around houses planting gifts and stuffing treats into turkeys.
High-resolution imagery and state-of-the-art, 550,000-watt, concert-quality sound. The Viva Vision screen is made up of 12.5 million energy-efficient LED lamps. | Viva Vision light shows last approximately six minutes, and run every hour. The current time schedule is 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m., 12:00 a.m., 1:00 a.m.
Four Free Shows Nightly | 8:00 - 8:10PM, 9:00 - 9:10PM, 10:00 - 10:10PM & 11:00 - 11:10PM | The best view of the volcano show is right in front of the hotel. Boom. Pow. Wow. Our iconic front yard has more bang than ever, thanks to taller explosions, more fireballs and a driving soundtrack from The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart and Indian tabla sensation Zakir Hussain.