Las Vegas Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Sin City; our list of the best things to see, including Neon Museum, 'O' @ Bellagio and Town Square.
  • The best place in Las Vegas: Neon Museum

    Neon Museum

    810 Las Vegas Blvd N
    An outdoor lot loaded with huge signs that once twinkled in front of the Silver Slipper, Stardust, and El Cortez. See the giant horseshoe made of thousands of gold-colored light bulbs!
    Cultural Corridor food nearby
  • 'O' @ Bellagio

    'O' @ Bellagio

    The stage at the Bellagio contains a 1.5 million gallon swimming pool, from which most performers emerge and retreat to. It's an incredibly impressive show.
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  • About half a mile south of Mandalay is an outdoor mall in the shape of a small Mediterranean town and stands out as such amidst all the other, air-conditioned indoor malls. The idea of open-air shopping in the summer in the desert might seem crazy at first, but an extensive network of trees, shadow alleys and water sprayers let you actually enjoy sunny afternoons outside. And as such, Las Vegas' temperatures are not as heat prone in the seasons of fall, winter, and spring. All shops and restaurants here have their own, distinguished one- or two-story houses. The town actually centers around a real town square featuring trees, ice-cream and coffee stands and benches to rest.
  • Fashion Show Mall

    Fashion Show Mall

    3200 S Las Vegas Blvd
    Offers nearly every major and deluxe U.S. retail chain store, numerous others often associated with named designers, a large food court and several excellent restaurants...all in a fully-enclosed, air-conditioned facility. Has extensive, free covered parking that often gets quite busy by mid-day.
  • Diablo's Cantina

    Diablo's Cantina

    3770 Las Vegas Blvd S
    Popular Mexican eatery with an excellent bar and a great menu.
  • Pinball Hall Of Fame

    Pinball Hall Of Fame

    1610 E Tropicana Ave
    Tropicana Ave. From $0.25 per game. Old-style machines and newest ones from Stern are there, all in very good condition. Definitely worth a look.
    restaurants nearby
  • Bellagio


    3600 Las Vegas Blvd S
    Bellagio is a luxury hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It is owned by MGM Resorts International and was built on the site of the demolished Dunes hotel and casino.
    food nearby
  • Bally's


    3645 Las Vegas Blvd S
    One of the signature features of the hotel is the neon lighting wrapped around the covered moving sidewalk that brings guests from Las Vegas Boulevard to the entrance of the casino while old hits from the Rat Pack are pumped out. The resort has a large shopping area a floor below its gaming level, including several restaurants, and there is a Las Vegas Monorail station at the rear of the property. Bally's is home for the long-running production show Jubilee! which opened in 1981.
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  • Maverick Aviation Group

    Maverick Aviation Group

    This Las Vegas-based sightseeing and charter services company offers an array of tours to both the West and South Rims of the Grand Canyon through Maverick Helicopters, Maverick Airlines, and Mustang Helicopters.
    restaurants nearby
  • Las Vegas 51s

    Las Vegas 51s

    Cashman Field
    Triple-A baseball club affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, the 51s have been in Las Vegas longer than any other professional sports team. The 51s began as the Las Vegas Stars in 1983 and were affiliated with the San Diego Padres. In 2000, the Stars cut ties with San Diego and became the affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers and changed their name to the 51s, a reference to Area 51. The 51s have won 2 Pacific Coast League crowns and 8 division titles.
    Cultural Corridor food nearby
  • Ethel M Chocolate Factory

    Ethel M Chocolate Factory

    , Off Sunset Road) Offers a free tour and has a large cactus garden.
    Green Valley North eat nearby
  • Exotics Racing School

    Exotics Racing School

    From $249 depending on the car and number of laps. After a training session, get behind the wheel of a Ferrari F430 F1 or other race car and go up to 130mph with an instructor in the passenger seat.
    restaurants nearby
  • Las Vegas Wranglers

    Las Vegas Wranglers

    Orleans Arena
    ECHL hockey affiliate of the Calgary Flames, the Wranglers began in 2003 and are the longest active affiliate of the Calgary Flames hockey club. In their first 5 years, the Wranglers have becoming a decent ECHL team that can be fun to watch. The Wranglers have won two division titles and two conference titles.
    food nearby
  • Peppermill Cafe & Lounge

    Peppermill Cafe & Lounge

    2985 Las Vegas Blvd
    1970's space-age decor and waitresses that call you 'hon'
    Rancho Charleston
  • Since 1965 Papillon Helicopters has been the world's oldest and largest sightseeing company flying an estimated 600,000 passengers a year on its daily tours to the Grand Canyon (West and South Rim). Private charters are available.
    restaurants nearby
  • Stripper 101 Pole Dancing Classes @ V Theater

    Stripper 101 Pole Dancing Classes @ V Theater

    For ladies aged 18 and over. Advanced scheduling required.
    food nearby
  • Clark County Heritage Museum

    Clark County Heritage Museum

    Boulder Hwy.: Open Daily 9 AM to 4:30 PM) Historical exhibits include restored houses from various decades of Henderson's history.
    Highland Hills eat nearby
  • What Happens in Vegas@Clarion Hotel

    What Happens in Vegas@Clarion Hotel

    Tuesday to Saturday 7:30 PM-9PM. $10. Vegas Variety show featuring the best entertainers in the Magic of Music and Comedy.
    Meadows Village restaurants nearby
  • The Adventuredome at Circus Circus

    The Adventuredome at Circus Circus

    America's 2nd largest indoor theme park with 25 rides and attractions for all ages.
    Meadows Village food nearby
  • Vegas Indoor Skydiving

    Vegas Indoor Skydiving

    200 Convention Center Dr
    Fly your body in a vertical wind tunnel. No experience necessary, all training and equipment provided. Safe for all ages.
    Rancho Charleston eat nearby
  • Cypress Street Marketplace@Caesars Palace

    Cypress Street Marketplace@Caesars Palace

    daily from 11am-11pm. Interesting and good for the family, it has every cuisine and is mostly cheap.
  • Cleopatra's Barge

    Cleopatra's Barge

    Caesars Palace3570 Las Vegas Blvd S
    A luxurious floating lounge in a ornate replica of the barge that transported Cleopatra down the Nile.
  • V - The Ultimate Variety Show @ V Theater Planet Hollywood

    V - The Ultimate Variety Show @ V Theater Planet Hollywood

    V Theater, Planet Hollywood
    Nightly 7:00pm & 8:30pm. $60. Iincludes magic, special effects, death-defying stunts, wild comedy, visual artists.
    eat nearby
  • Originally founded by Demi Moore, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Bruce Willis, this chain has never been as successful as they hoped, but it's still a great place to gawk at celebrity paraphernalia and enjoy a good meal at the same time. This giant spherical structure sits right out in front between Pleasure Island and the West Side, and it's usually pretty busy. Just like at a Hard Rock Cafe, part of the appeal is buying a T-shirt identifying the location you visited; if you don't want to brave the crowds at the restaurant, you can check out their standalone store just down the street on the West Side.
  • Rare 120@Hard Rock Hotel

    Rare 120@Hard Rock Hotel

    4455 Paradise Rd
    Steakhouse with a great atmosphere.
  • Paris Eiffel Tower

    Paris Eiffel Tower

    3655 Las Vegas Blvd S
    Paris Las Vegas is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The property is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment Corp.. As its name suggests, its theme is the city of Paris in France; it includes a half scale, 541-foot tall replica of the Eiffel Tower, a sign in the shape of the Montgolfier balloon, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe, a replica of La Fontaine des Mers, and a 1,200-seat theatre called Le Théâtre des Arts. The front of the hotel suggests the Paris Opera House and the Louvre.
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