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Things to do in Las Vegas

The desert city of Las Vegas is a small world in itself.

It is one of the cities where you can ‘visit’ different countries and see world attractions even as you remain on the same road – The Strip.

Las Vegas may be known as ‘Sin City’ because of its association with the mob, bootlegging, and gambling, but it is a lot of fun for both adults and kids.

Discover the top tourist attractions in this glittering city with our list of the things to do in Las Vegas.

Eiffel Tower Las Vegas

Eiffel Tower Las Vegas
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Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas is inspired by one of the world’s most famous landmarks, the Eiffel Tower of Paris, and is a must-visit attraction in Sin City. 

This observation deck of sorts is a half-scale replica of the massive Eiffel Tower built over 130 years back in Paris.

Tourists love to go up the Eiffel Tower replica in Las Vegas and see glittering views of the Strip and the rest of the city. 

Many consider it the most romantic spot in the city.

LINQ High Roller

LINQ High Roller Vegas
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Linq High Roller is an excellent way to take in spectacular 360-degree views of Las Vegas city. 

Visitors get to relax in an air-conditioned cabin and savor the sights of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding areas from the world’s tallest observation wheel.

Mob Museum

Mob Museum in Las Vegas
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Mob Museum offers a fascinating overview of the power struggle between organized crime and law enforcement from the birth of Mob crime to today. 

Located close to Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas, it has interactive exhibits, artifacts, and riveting crime and cop stories. 

Built-in 2012, Mob Museum Vegas is in a building that previously served as a post office and courthouse and attracts about 400,000 visitors annually. 

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
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If you want to add some celebrity glamour to your Las Vegas trip, look no further than Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

The 200-year-old wax statue-making art and its magical appeal are still intact and make for a memorable experience for visitors of all ages. 

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas has some uncannily accurate wax figures and offers fun celeb-spotting, memorable experiences, and selfies.

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas wax museum was the first Madame Tussaud in the United States. 

It was started in 1999 with over 100 celebrity wax figures and has since updated to modern icons, including the Hangover Stars, Tupac Shakur, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, sports superstars, and music icons.

SeaQuest Las Vegas

SeaQuest in Las Vegas
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SeaQuest Las Vegas is a fun interactive aquarium where the kids can see, feed and touch the sea animals. 

The wildlife attraction is 31,000 square feet of interactive, educational, hands-on fun for both kids and adults, involving more than 300 species.

After it got inaugurated, SeaQuest in Vegas won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Achievement for three straight years – 2016, 2017, 2018.

Fly Linq Zipline

Fly Linq Zipline, Vegas
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Fly LINQ Zipline is the latest adrenaline-fueled attraction introduced in Las Vegas.

In this experience, which is part of the LINQ Hotel & Casino, visitors zip down from 12 stories above the LINQ Promenade near Las Vegas Boulevard and end at the LINQ High Roller.

This adventure is Las Vegas Strip’s only zipline experience and won Tripadvisor’s Travellers Choice Awards in 2020.

Natural History Museum

Las Vegas Natural History Museum
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Las Vegas Natural History Museum (LVNHM) is an ideal family attraction located in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada.

Situated in Las Vegas’ Cultural Corridor, the museum transports visitors back in time through two floors of prehistoric and wildlife exhibits. 

It is a deviation from the attractions one expects in Las Vegas and is an ideal break from the Strip.

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Miley Cyrus in Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
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If you want to add some celebrity glamour to your Las Vegas trip, look no further than Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

The 200-year-old wax statue-making art and its magical appeal are still intact and make for a memorable experience for visitors of all ages. 

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas has some uncannily accurate wax figures and offers fun celeb-spotting, memorable experiences, and selfies.

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas wax museum was the first Madame Tussaud in the United States. 

It was started in 1999 with over 100 celebrity wax figures and has since updated to modern icons, including the Tupac Shakur, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, sports superstars, and music icons.

Food tour in Las Vegas

Food tour in Las Vegas
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Food tours in Las Vegas are popular with both tourists and locals.

They are an excellent way to explore the regional cuisine in restaurants, pubs, and streets and better get to know the place and its people.

You don’t have to be a foodie to enjoy these highly-rated tours.

Las Vegas, commonly known as Vice City or Sin City, is marked as The Entertainment Capital of the World due to the popularity of legalized gambling, various alcohols, and adult entertainment.

Grand Canyon by helicopter

Grand Canyon helicopter tour
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helicopter tour of Grand Canyon is a great adrenalin rush everyone must experience at least once in their lifetime.

You soar through the scenic desert skies and experience from above the steep-sided Canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona.

Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas

Romantic couple in Las Vegas
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Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas is as tempting as it sounds.

Plenty of events, sexy shows, spectacular sights, and the Las Vegas city itself combine to make it the perfect destination for Valentine’s Day celebration in any year.

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