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 in Las Vegas is inspired by one of the world’s most famous landmarks, the Eiffel Tower of Paris. Tourists love to go up the Eiffel Tower replica and see glittering views of the Strip and the rest of the city.
LINQ High Roller
Linq High Roller is an excellent way to take in 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 from the world’s tallest observation wheel.
Mob Museum offers an overview of the power struggle between organized crime and law enforcement from the birth of Mob crime to today. It has interactive exhibits, artifacts, and riveting crime and cop stories.
Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas has uncannily accurate wax figures and offers celeb-spotting, memorable experiences, and selfies. It was the first Madame Tussaud in the USA and adds glamour to your Las Vegas trip.
SeaQuest Las Vegas
SeaQuest Las Vegas is a fun interactive aquarium where the kids can see, feed and touch the sea animals. The wildlife attraction is interactive, educational, hands-on fun for both kids and adults, involving more than 300 species.
Fly Linq Zipline
Fly LINQ Zipline is the latest adrenaline-fueled attraction introduced in Las Vegas. In this experience, visitors zip down from 12 stories above the LINQ Promenade near Las Vegas Boulevard and end at the LINQ High Roller.
Natural History Museum
Las Vegas Natural History Museum is an ideal family attraction located in Downtown Las Vegas. The museum is a deviation from the attractions one expects in Las Vegas and transports visitors back in time through two floors of prehistoric and wildlife exhibits.