Las Vegas also known as Sin City offers a vast variety of enjoyable activities. You’re probably unsure of where, to begin with so many attractions and so little time. The things that attract tourists from all over the world are the nightlife, gambling, buffets, shows, fun people, a chance to run into a celebrity, and much more. Hotels across the Strip offer free streetside performances, ranging from dancing fountains to erupting volcanoes, and many attractions are FREE. In addition, there are several more things to do, interesting museums, and impressive shows for the entire family.
Despite Las Vegas’s chaotic reputation, the Entertainment Capital of the World still offers much more than just high-stakes casinos, fancy nightclubs, and slot machines. The list of Las Vegas tourist attractions is surprisingly incredibly diverse, offering something to thrill-seekers, families, nature lovers, shopaholics, and foodies who demand nothing less than top-notch dining can all enjoy. Whether you’re looking for a midweek escape, a boy’s trip, or anything in between, we’ve got you covered. Dive in; the delights of Vegas are waiting for you.
1. Adrenalin Mountain – 15357 Kingston Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89054
Adrenaline Mountain, a 400-acre adventure park, provides some of Las Vegas’s most thrilling experiences. At a distance of 100 yards, use a machine gun or a sniper rifle to strike an explosive target. Touring off-road through beautiful desert canyons in Honda Talons or Polaris RZRs will allow you to see Las Vegas from a different perspective. Even better, you can get in the driver’s seat of a monster truck and cruise the Adrenaline Mountains course. Use the “Big Cat” Excavator to crush an automobile if you need to let off some steam. Or, while running heavy machinery, eat Las Vegas alive. Axes can be thrown, archery (using a crossbow included), and flame throwers can be fired nearly 100 feet. Call us to check on available times. With most packages, free transportation is included.
2. Allegiant Stadium – 3333 Al Davis Way, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Allegiant Stadium, a venue for international events with a capacity of 65,000, is situated next to the renowned Las Vegas Strip. The top-notch facility holds shows, concerts, and athletic events, and serves as the Las Vegas Raiders’ home field.
3. Area 15 – 3215 S Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89102
The world’s first purpose-built immersive entertainment district, AREA15 is minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and has live events, unusual attractions, interactive art installations, exceptional design elements, unique shopping, cutting-edge technology, bars and cafes, and much more. Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart, Lost Spirits Distillery, Dueling Axes, Five Iron Golf, The Beast by Todd English, Wink World: Portals Into the Infinite, Museum Fiasco, Virtualis VR, Emporium Arcade Bar, and many more are just a few of the dynamic destinations that make up AREA15. They represent the future of experiential entertainment. AREA15 draws people of all ages with its diverse lineup of performances, events, immersive art exhibitions, extraordinary nightlife, and boundary-pushing stage presentations.
4. Grand Canyon Skywalk – Eagle Point Road, Peach Springs, Arizona, 86434
It takes courage to cross the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a horseshoe-shaped, glass-bottomed bridge that protrudes 70 feet (20 meters) over one of America’s most beautiful landscapes. The panoramic views of the West Rim and Colorado River, which are located 1,220 meters (4,000 feet) above the Grand Canyon, are undoubtedly amazing, nevertheless.
5. Fremont Street Experience, Downtown Las Vegas (Old Las Vegas) – 425 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Up until the 1980s, Downtown Las Vegas was a thriving center for gambling, but new resorts and casinos drew visitors to the Strip, which is now the city’s major boulevard. After a period of neglect, Downtown has undergone restoration in recent years, becoming a distinct center of Las Vegas culture and entertainment.
6. Neon Museum – 770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101
The Neon Museum must be the thing that Las Vegas is best known for (apart from the buffets). Visit the Neon Museum and the Neon Boneyard, which contain more than 200 signs, on an hour-long guided tour.
7. Lake Las Vegas Water Sports – 15 Costa Di Lago Ste, Henderson, NV 89011
Learn to fly above Lake Las Vegas by donning a water jetpack from Flyboard Las Vegas. This flight experience includes a 10-minute briefing prior to takeoff and 15 minutes on the water. Through water propulsion, the Flyboard enables users to soar above the water. A 55-foot hose connects the Flyboard to a Jet Ski, and the Jet Ski’s power is employed to propel water out of the Flyboard.
8. Vegas Indoor Skydiving – 200 Convention Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Do you get a cold sweat running down your palms when you think about jumping out of an airplane? By going to Vegas Indoor Skydiving, you may still feel like you’re falling without actually throwing yourself out of a plane.
9. The Simpson House – 712 Red Bark Ln, Henderson, NV 89011
The Simpsons house replica was created in 1997 for a competition. Since then, it has been painted once again to match the neighborhood that has sprung up around it.
10. Zak Bagans Haunted Museum – 600 E Charleston Blvd Las Vegas, Nevada, 89104
When in Las Vegas, you really must see Zak Bagans Haunted Museum. Strange, odd, and even haunted antiques are everywhere in the museum. It’s not simply a structure that has been converted into a spooky museum; it’s also a historical site with a fascinating past.
11. Las Vegas Motor Speedway – 7000 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89115
Learn to drive a NASCAR race car or take a NASCAR Ride Along in Vegas at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway to escape the noise and bustle of the Vegas Strip.
12. Nightclubs – Various Locations
The finest thing you can do in Las Vegas, besides eating and drinking on the street, is to take in the city’s nightlife. Yes, there are several places where you can party the night away and make your own Hangover sequel (but not as insane), so a bar crawl is definitely in order. When there are so many other bars and clubs to visit, why stay at just one?
13. Heart Attack Grill – 450 E Fremont St #130, Las Vegas, NV 89101
It comprises eight half-pound hamburger patties, 12 pieces of cheese, and 40 strips of bacon sandwiched together. Fries fried entirely in lard are provided as a side dish. The Quadruple Bypass Burger has 19,900 calories, making it the world’s calorie-dense burger. Greetings from Las Vegas. Everything on the menu at the appropriately named eatery The Heart Attack Grill is meant to kill you. From “butterfat milkshakes” to “flatliner fries,” it savors the delicious but unhealthy pleasure of food that is covered in sugar, drenched in oil, and laden in fat.
In case you want medical treatment while eating, the waiters are dressed as nurses. If you don’t finish your dinner, you get beaten with a paddle in front of everyone. If you are successful in finishing your meal, you will be wheeled out for a victory lap.
14. Shopper Chopper
Yes, it’s a giant shopping cart. This shopping cart is the fastest in the world (though not formally), the only one in the US that is totally road legal, and it was also impressively custom built. The Shopper Chopper is a perfect fit for autoevolution’s Chevrolet Month because it is a real shopping cart that has been blown up to size and propelled by a Chevrolet V8 engine.
15. T-Mobile Arena – 3780 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89158
The T-Mobile Arena was only added to the glitzy streets of Las Vegas in 2016, yet it already blends in well thanks to its high-profile events and celebrity endorsements. Its walls have played host to several concerts. Numerous award ceremonies have been captured on film, and many sports legends have competed in their respective sports. The Grammy Awards, the Stanley Cup, the iHeartRadio Music Festival, and the Miss USA beauty pageant have all taken place there.
16. Maverick Helicopters – 6075 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
A helicopter tour with Maverick Helicopter takes you far above the crowds is one way to experience the stunning Las Vegas lights. Particularly during the week, a number of tour operators provide promotions or package deals.
17. Go City and CityPass
Go City and CityPass are passes travelers purchase online that will provide access to various locations. The passes will be purchased for 2,3,4 or even 5 days. The Go City and CityPass will save travelers money while providing access to places some people have never heard of for the fraction of the cost.
18. SkyJump – The STRAT – 2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Over 900 feet high rides can be found at the top of the STRAT Hotel, Casino, and SkyPod. The SkyJump, the Big Shot, X Scream, and Insanity are the four most severe thrill coasters. The SkyJump is an open-air leap from 829 feet above with speeds exceeding 40 mph, and the X Scream is an eight-seat ride that dramatically thrusts its open roller coaster car along a 69-foot ramp at 30 miles per hour before abruptly stopping 29 feet over the edge of the tower and 866 feet from the ground below.
19. All Mountain Cyclery – 1601 Boulder City Pkwy, Boulder City, NV 89005
From Boulder City, All Mountain Cyclery offers guided cycling and hiking tours, bike rentals, shuttles, and trail information for riders of all abilities. Whether it’s a 2000-foot fall to Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam, a singletrack bike ride in Bootleg Canyon Mountain Bike Park, or a trek up River Mountain Trail to see the lake and Las Vegas, our trips give a fully immersive experience of the Old West.
20. Battlefield Vegas – 2771 Sammy Davis Jr Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109
The most lifelike first-person shooting experience of your life is guaranteed with Battlefield Vegas. With the widest selection of US and international weapons available for public use in the US. Battlefield Vegas gives you the chance to enter a realistic military environment. They provide a state-of-the-art 25-yard indoor firing range as well as a 200+ acre desert training facility for you to enjoy the collection of over 350 fully automatic machine guns. The firearms at your disposal range from those used during World War I to those currently employed by NATO forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.