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There are cities… and then there’s Las Vegas.

Located in the Nevada desert, Las Vegas is the home of fine dining, high-end shopping, endless gambling, and all-night partying, but if you think that’s all this sun-drenched city has to offer then think again! Providing entertainment for days, our tours and vacations in Las Vegas certainly pack a punch with your local leader understanding how best to fully immerse yourself under the captivating neon lights of the Las Vegas strip. Compared to the rest of your trip, which was probably spent outside hiking through some of the  United States National Parks , Las Vegas offers a contrasting city experience so you can have the best of both worlds. Whether you prefer to gorge yourself at budget-friendly restaurants  or dance the night away in one of Las Vegas’ many premium clubs, our tours are guaranteed to have you feeling like you hit the jackpot.

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Do i need a covid-19 vaccine to join an intrepid trip.

Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travelers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travelers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

How do I get to Las Vegas, Nevada?

Depending on where you're traveling from, you can travel by plane or car to get to Las Vegas.

Las Vegas is a short flight away from neighboring cities, and we offer trips that will take you from San Fran to Vegas and LA to Las Vegas.

Getting around Las Vegas

Getting around Las Vegas is quite easy, with an extensive range of public transport and private transfer options.

The monorail is possibly the easiest and most popular form of transport for traveling along the Las Vegas strip, with the monorail arriving roughly every 6 minutes and stopping at 7 stations up and down the strip.

Otherwise, if you're staying at a hotel located on the strip, you can easily walk to various destinations. Uber rides are also easily accessible, as well as organizing private transfers via limousines and cars.

What is the legal age for gambling in Las Vegas?

The legal age for gambling in any Las Vegas casino is 21. The same age also applies for consuming alcohol. If you’re underage, you can walk through the casino. Still, you cannot stop or congregate around a gaming area, even if an adult accompanies you.

What is the weather like in Las Vegas?

Located in the Nevada desert, Las Vegas has a subtropical hot desert climate.

It can get up to 105°F in the summer (June to August) and down to as low as 39°F in winter (December to February), so make sure you’re aware of the forecasted temperature for your trip so you pack accordingly.

What are the best hotels in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas offers a whole heap of amazing accommodation options, each with its own impressive identifying features. Some of these hotels include:

  • Caesars Palace Las Vegas
  • New York New York Hotel & Casino
  • The Mirage Hotel & Casino
  • ARIA Resort & Casino
  • Treasure Island Las Vegas
  • Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
  • The Venetian Resort
  • Luxor Hotel & Casino
  • Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
  • Bellagio Las Vegas

Where is Fremont Street located?

Freemont Street is in Downtown Las Vegas and is the second most famous street in Nevada after the Las Vegas strip.

This street plays host to several iconic casinos such as the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and the Four Queens, and houses a range of attractions including the Freemont Street Experience.

How often do the Bellagio Fountains go off?

The Bellagio Fountains are scheduled to run every 30 minutes from 3:00 pm to 7:30 pm and every 15 minutes from 8:00 pm to midnight Monday – Friday.

On the weekends and holiday periods, the fountains will run every 30 minutes from 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm, and then every 15 minutes from 8:00 pm to midnight.

What are the best restaurants in Las Vegas on a budget?

There are heaps of great options in a range of cuisines if you're traveling to Las Vegas on a budget. Below are some of our favourites: 

  • Ellis Island BBQ
  • Steak 'n' Shake 
  • Sirrico's Pizza 
  • Lucky Penny

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Exploring the Best Tours In Las Vegas, Nevada In 2023-24

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Are you ready for an adventure? Look no further than Las Vegas, Nevada. This bustling city is famous for its glitzy casinos, neon lights, and extravagant shows, but there is so much more to discover beyond the Strip. If you're looking to explore the natural beauty and excitement of the surrounding area, then taking a tour is the perfect option. With so many options to choose from, it can be overwhelming to decide which tour to go on. That's why we've put together a list of the best tours in Las Vegas for 2023-24.

From soaring over the city in a helicopter to riding an ATV through the desert, there is something for everyone. You can even visit one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon, or hop on a safari tour to see some of the local wildlife. So, grab your camera, put on some sunscreen, and get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure in Las Vegas!

Las Vegas Helicopter Tours

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If you are looking for a unique and exciting way to see the sights around Las Vegas, a helicopter tour is an excellent option. Here are some of the best helicopter tours you can take when in Vegas: 

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A helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip offers a unique and unforgettable view of the city's iconic landmarks and attractions. Visitors can take a guided tour that takes them over the famous hotels, casinos, and resorts of the Strip, including the Bellagio fountains, the Stratosphere Tower, and the Luxor Pyramid.

The Hoover Dam is one of the most impressive engineering feats in the world and a popular tourist attraction. A helicopter tour of the Hoover Dam provides visitors with a bird's eye view of the dam's massive structure and the surrounding landscape. Visitors can also see Lake Mead, the Colorado River, and the rugged mountains and canyons of the Mojave Desert.

Grand Canyon

A helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that offers visitors a unique perspective on this natural wonder. Visitors can take a guided helicopter tour from Las Vegas that takes them over the stunning landscapes of the Grand Canyon, including the North and South Rims, the Colorado River, and the canyon's many rock formations and waterfalls.

Red Rock Canyon

Red Rock Canyon is a stunning natural area located just a short drive from Las Vegas. A helicopter tour of Red Rock Canyon offers visitors a chance to see the area's unique geology and vibrant colors from a bird's eye perspective. Visitors can see the canyon's towering red sandstone cliffs, hidden waterfalls, and desert wildlife.

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The Grand Canyon is one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the world, and it is just a short distance from Las Vegas.

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Grand Canyon West Rim Tour

The Grand Canyon West Rim is the closest part of the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas and is home to the famous Skywalk attraction. Visitors can take a guided tour of the rim, which includes stops at scenic viewpoints such as Eagle Point and Guano Point. The tour also includes a visit to the Hualapai Ranch, where visitors can experience a taste of Western cowboy culture.

Grand Canyon South Rim Tour

The Grand Canyon South Rim is the most popular and picturesque part of the Grand Canyon. Visitors can take a guided tour from Las Vegas to explore this stunning natural wonder, which includes stops at iconic viewpoints such as Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and Bright Angel Point. The tour also includes a visit to the historic Grand Canyon Village and the Yavapai Geology Museum.

Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour

The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a glass-bottomed bridge that extends 70 feet beyond the rim of the canyon, providing visitors with a breathtaking view of the canyon floor below. Visitors can take a guided tour of the West Rim, which includes a visit to the Skywalk attraction and stops at scenic viewpoints such as Eagle Point and Guano Point.

Las Vegas ATV Tours

If you are looking for an adrenaline-pumping adventure, an ATV tour in the desert is an excellent option. Here are some of the reasons to take an ATV tour.

Top ATV Tours

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The Valley of Fire State Park is one of the most beautiful natural areas surrounding Las Vegas, and the ATV tour through its stunning red rock formations is an unforgettable experience. Visitors can explore the park's desert terrain, petroglyphs, and geological formations while riding their own ATVs. The tour is led by experienced guides who provide information on the park's history and geology.

Nellis Dunes ATV Tour

The Nellis Dunes is a popular destination for ATV tours, offering a range of terrains from sand dunes to desert valleys. The ATV tour through the dunes is a thrilling adventure, with the chance to experience the rush of riding through the desert. The tour includes safety equipment and guidance from experienced instructors.

Eldorado Canyon ATV Tour

The Eldorado Canyon, also known as the Techatticup Mine, is a historic mining site located in the Mojave Desert near Las Vegas. The ATV tour takes visitors through the desert landscape to explore the mines, ghost towns, and stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Visitors can also visit the Techatticup Gold Mine and learn about its fascinating history.

Hidden Valley and Primm ATV Tour

The Hidden Valley and Primm ATV Tour is a unique adventure that takes visitors through the desert terrain surrounding Las Vegas. The tour includes a visit to the historic Hidden Valley, as well as a ride through the Nopah Range Wilderness area. Visitors can also explore the town of Primm, Nevada, which features a variety of attractions and entertainment options.

Island Hopping Tours

Island hopping tours offer visitors a chance to explore the stunning natural beauty of the Las Vegas area from a unique perspective. Here are some of the top island hopping destinations in the region and the main attractions to visit:

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Lake Mead is the largest man-made lake in the United States and a popular destination for boating, fishing, and water sports. Visitors on an island hopping tour can explore the lake's many coves and inlets, as well as the surrounding desert landscape. Some of the top attractions near Lake Mead include:

  • Hoover Dam : One of the most impressive engineering feats in the world, the Hoover Dam is a must-see attraction near Lake Mead.
  • Redstone Picnic Area : This scenic area is a popular spot for picnicking, hiking, and swimming.
  • Boulder Beach : One of the most popular beaches on Lake Mead, Boulder Beach offers visitors a chance to swim, sunbathe, and enjoy water sports.

Lake Mohave

Located on the Arizona-Nevada border, Lake Mohave is a stunning reservoir known for its clear waters and dramatic desert scenery. Visitors on an island hopping tour can explore the lake's many coves and inlets, as well as the surrounding canyons and mountains. Some of the top attractions near Lake Mohave include:

  • Cottonwood Cove : This marina and beach area offers visitors a chance to relax, swim, and enjoy water sports.
  • Katherine Landing : Another popular marina and beach area, Katherine Landing offers visitors a chance to rent boats, jet skis, and other water sports equipment.
  • Spirit Mountain : This sacred Native American site is located near Lake Mohave and offers visitors a chance to learn about the area's cultural heritage.

Colorado River

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The Colorado River is a stunning natural wonder that winds its way through the deserts and canyons of the American Southwest. Visitors on an island hopping tour can explore the river's many scenic spots and hidden coves, as well as the surrounding landscape. Some of the top attractions near the Colorado River include:

  • Willow Beach : This marina and beach area is located on the Arizona side of the river and offers visitors a chance to swim, fish, and relax.
  • Laughlin : This resort town is located on the Nevada side of the river and offers visitors a chance to gamble, shop, and dine.
  • Havasu National Wildlife Refuge : This protected area is located on the Colorado River and offers visitors a chance to see a wide variety of wildlife, including bald eagles, bighorn sheep, and desert tortoises.

Adventure Tours In Las Vegas

For those who crave excitement and adrenaline, adventure tours are an excellent option. These tours can include: 

  • Rock climbing : Rock climbing is another popular activity for those who love adventure. The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, located a few miles away from Las Vegas, offers world-class rock climbing routes for all skill levels. You can opt for a guided tour with an experienced climber to help you climb safely while enjoying the breathtaking views.
  • Bunjee jumping : For the more daring, bungee jumping is an exciting activity to try. A few tour companies in Las Vegas offer bungee jumping adventures, and you can take the plunge from a platform set over 100 feet above the ground. This is definitely an activity for those who want to push their limits and experience the ultimate rush.
  • White water rafting : For those who love water sports, white-water rafting is a great option. There are several locations near Las Vegas that offer white-water rafting experiences, including the Colorado River and Black Canyon. You can take a guided tour and navigate through the rapids while enjoying the scenic beauty of the surrounding area.
  • Sky-diving : For those who want to experience a breathtaking view from above, skydiving is the perfect activity to try. With a skydiving adventure, you will jump from a plane at an altitude of 10,000 feet or more and experience a freefall of up to 60 seconds.
  • Hot air balloon rides : These offer a more peaceful experience, where you can enjoy a bird's eye view of the desert landscape at a slower pace.

Hiking Tours

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Hiking tours in Las Vegas are an excellent way to explore the surrounding natural landscapes and enjoy some of the stunning views the area has to offer. These tours cater to different skill levels and preferences, ranging from easy strolls to challenging hikes for experienced trekkers.

Valley of Fire Trek

Valley of Fire State Park is another popular hiking destination in Las Vegas that features unique rock formations and stunning views of the surrounding landscape. The park offers hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulty levels, ranging from easy to moderate. The park also features ancient petroglyphs and other interesting geological features, making it an excellent destination for history buffs and nature enthusiasts.

Trek To Mount Charleston

Mount Charleston is a mountain range located just outside of Las Vegas, and it offers hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulty levels. The mountain range features unique geological formations, including rock formations, waterfalls, and lush forests. The trails range from easy to challenging, with some hikes taking several days to complete. The area also offers excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing, making it an excellent destination for nature lovers.

Hiking tours in Las Vegas typically include transportation to and from the trailheads, knowledgeable guides who can provide information on the local flora and fauna, and necessary equipment such as hiking boots and walking sticks. The tours can vary in length, from a few hours to several days, depending on the chosen destination and the level of difficulty of the hike.

Las Vegas is an ideal destination for those seeking a combination of adventure and natural beauty. From island hopping tours to hiking trails and safari tours, there are a variety of options available to suit different interests and preferences. Visitors can experience the unique landscape and wildlife of the region, while also enjoying the excitement and thrills that Las Vegas is known for.

If you're planning a trip to Las Vegas, consider adding one or more of these tours to your itinerary. By exploring the surrounding area, you'll have the chance to make unforgettable memories and see a side of Las Vegas that you may not have known existed. So, browse through our Las Vegas itineraries and make the most of your vacation by experiencing the best that the city has to offer. 

What is the best time of year to take a Las Vegas tour?

The best time to take a tour in Las Vegas is in the spring or fall when the weather is mild.

How long do Las Vegas helicopter tours last?

The length of a helicopter tour can vary, but most tours last between 30 minutes and 2 hours.

Can children go on ATV tours in Las Vegas?

The minimum age for ATV tours in Las Vegas is usually 6 years old, but this can vary by tour company.

What is the cost of a Grand Canyon helicopter tour from Las Vegas?

The cost of a Grand Canyon helicopter tour from Las Vegas can range from around $200 to $500 per person, depending on the tour company and the length of the tour.

Are there any restrictions on Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas?

Yes, there are restrictions on some Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas, including weight limits and age restrictions for certain activities. It is important to check with the tour company before booking to ensure that you meet all requirements.

What tours in Las Vegas are good for avoiding crowds?

If you're looking to avoid the crowds on your tours in Las Vegas, consider options like hiking in Red Rock Canyon, visiting the Valley of Fire State Park, or taking a private helicopter tour.

Which places provide the best tours in Las Vegas for groups?

For group tours in Las Vegas , popular options include the Grand Canyon South Rim Tour, the Nellis Dunes ATV Tour, and the Las Vegas Strip Helicopter Tour.

Which places provide the best tours in Las Vegas for couples?

Couples looking for romantic tours in Las Vegas might enjoy a private helicopter tour over the Strip, a sunset horseback ride in the desert, or a scenic boat tour of Lake Mead.

What is the Grand Canyon famous for?

Here are some of the reasons why a Grand Canyon tour should be on your bucket list:

  • The Grand Canyon is considered one of the seven wonders of the world.
  • The Beauty of the Grand Canyon 
  • It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the world
  • There are many different viewpoints to see the canyon from
  • You can experience the canyon in many different ways, including by helicopter, ATV, and on food.

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Once you pass the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign along Las Vegas Boulevard South, it won't be too long until you're cruising the Strip. Sin City's notorious artery acts as the epicenter of any Vegas getaway. Here, you'll find Las Vegas' most iconic landmarks , including the  Bellagio Fountains , the Eiffel Tower at Paris, Las Vegas , the pyramid and sphinx belonging to The Luxor , and  The Venetian's Grand Canal .

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When construction on the MSG Sphere first began in 2019, the addition of yet another "world's largest" was met with a shrug. Las Vegas' skyline was already crammed with record-breaking, jaw-dropping attractions. Did the city really need one more? But when the Sphere's exterior LED screen switched on for the first time in 2023, suddenly this golf ball-shaped music and entertainment arena was all anyone could talk about. People crowded onto resort parking lot rooftops to watch as the largest spherical building on the planet transformed into a giant blinking eye, a swirling snow globe or a Space Age metallic orb.

At 366 feet tall, the Sphere is massive – taller than the Statue of Liberty. And the entire exterior of the building is cloaked in 1.2 million LED lights, which has the effect of transforming the Sphere into an almost lifelike replica of whatever images the screen projects. Visitors describe the Sphere as futuristic and otherworldly; like a piece of alien tech transported from another galaxy.

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Bellagio Casino and Fountains Bellagio Casino and Fountains free

This Strip staple offers plenty of ways to lay your money on the line, from table games and slot machines to a race and sports book. This is also the choice casino among many high rollers due to its high-stakes tables. What's more, this casino hosts the World Poker Tour, among other tournaments. But there's more to the Bellagio than the casino floor.

Even those who don't gamble praise the Bellagio for its upscale atmosphere and variety of amenities and attractions. Anyone who's seen a movie set in Vegas will recognize the Bellagio's massive fountains: Every 15 to 30 minutes, those walking past the exterior of the Bellagio are treated to a complimentary light and water show with the fountain's jets shooting water into the air during intricately choreographed "dances" set to music.

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See a Cirque du Soleil show See a Cirque du Soleil show

Las Vegas knows how to go big – especially when it comes to entertainment . So, it should come as no surprise that a performance company like Cirque du Soleil thrives here. Translating to "Circus of the Sun," Cirque du Soleil is known for its incredible acrobatic feats, which are performed with an unrivaled level of artistry. There are six different Cirque shows in Las Vegas, all of which are performed at different casinos along the Strip .

The "LOVE" show (performed at The Mirage) pays tribute to the legendary rock band with aerial acrobatics, trampoline and roller skate acts.

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The Venetian Casino and Grand Canal The Venetian Casino and Grand Canal free

Why spend the money to cross the Atlantic when you can get a taste of Italy right in Vegas? Nestled along the Strip , The Venetian replicates the highlights of Venice , complete with gondola rides along the Grand Canal . Visitors can get a taste of what life is like in the Queen of the Adriatic thanks to The Venetian's Streetmosphere program: singers, stilt walkers and "living statues" recreate the typical scene you'd likely encounter in the real Venice for those who opt to spend the day perusing the wares in the Grand Canal Shoppes.

For $34 per person ($39 Thursday through Monday), you can take a gondola ride along the property's Grand Canal (inside or outside) anytime between 10 a.m. and 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Sunday; on Friday and Saturday, gondola rides are offered until midnight.

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Caesars Palace Casino and The Forum Shops Caesars Palace Casino and The Forum Shops free

A staple of the Vegas Strip , Caesars Palace started welcoming visitors to Sin City beginning in the 1960s. Since then, it has made an appearance in such popular films as "Rain Man," "Iron Man" and "The Hangover." Those who choose to gamble at Caesars will find themselves in ancient Rome , with massive columns and frescoes paying tribute to the casino's namesake. Those who prefer to use their money in other ways can make their way to The Forum Shops – home to about 160 specialty stores and restaurants, including Tom Ford and Saint Laurent, as well as more affordable outlets like H&M and Nike.

Caesars Palace is also home to a variety of nightlife venues, including the 75,000-square-foot Omnia Nightclub and the trendy Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, a favorite among fans of the "Vanderpump Rules" reality television series. Meanwhile, the on-site Colosseum venue is home to musical residencies like Rod Stewart, Sting and Adele. Top restaurants include Nobu and Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen.

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The Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino, known simply as "The Cosmo" by locals, is the hip, glitzy place to go to see and be seen. Although the 3,000-plus room casino no longer holds the title of the "newest casino on the Strip ," it has remained trendy since it opened in 2010, thanks to its thriving dining and nightlife scene.

Known for both its in-your-face opulence and its hidden, "underground" entertainment, the Cosmo is a modern, high-end alternative to some of the Strip's over-the-top themed resorts. The Cosmo has not one, but three speakeasies (one of which is hidden behind a door marked "Janitor" inside a barbershop), a hidden restaurant disguised as a pawn shop, and the popular

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Fremont Street Experience Fremont Street Experience free

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Fremont Street used to be dominated by classic, but less-frequented casinos that seemed past their prime, such as the Golden Nugget and the Pioneer Club. Today, this section of downtown Las Vegas is once again ready to compete with the Strip for visitors' attention.

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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Located about 17 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip , the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area offers travelers a respite from downtown Las Vegas' unnatural neon landscape. Though you can opt to follow the 13-mile scenic car route through the desert, make the most of your visit by stretching your legs along the numerous hiking and biking trails that dot the one-way route. No matter how you choose to explore the 195,819-acre area, you'll find yourself surrounded by the beautiful Mojave Desert and its signature red hills.

According to previous Red Rock Canyon visitors, a trip here is well worth leaving the casino floor behind. Recent travelers recommended getting out of your car to explore, but suggest you plan hikes or biking excursions during the cooler mornings rather than the sweltering afternoons. Reviewers also say the road is well-maintained and appreciate the abundance of restrooms along the way. Travelers also suggest stopping by the visitor center to peruse the informative exhibits.

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You won't have any trouble finding New York-New York: Its faux-Manhattan skyline – complete with scale models of famous Big Apple attractions like the Statue of Liberty , the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge – occupies almost a full block of the Strip . Sitting across the street from the MGM Grand , New York-New York recreates the Gotham experience in true Vegas fashion, boasting a New York-style pizzeria, several casual pubs and a variety of souvenir and specialty shops.

If you’re visiting Las Vegas with kids , you’ll find a variety of family-friendly attractions here, including Hershey's Chocolate World, which offers more than 800 kinds of Hershey's chocolates and candies, and features a nearly 800-pound Statue of Liberty sculpture composed almost entirely of chocolate. In addition to an arcade, the property is also famous for its Big Apple Coaster. Traveling at speeds up to 67 mph, the roller coaster weaves through the faux Manhattan skyline, offering riders excellent views of the southern Strip – if they can keep their eyes open. Tickets start at $25 per person for one ride. Note: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall to ride. The coaster welcomes riders from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. until midnight Friday through Sunday.

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Paris, Las Vegas and the Eiffel Tower Experience Paris, Las Vegas and the Eiffel Tower Experience free

Though it may not be quite as timeless as the actual City of Lights , Sin City's (rather kitschy) take on Paris is one of the Strip's most popular occupants. The property offers a whirlwind tour of the French capital's most iconic sights: You'll find a replica of the Arc de Triomphe, architecture reminiscent of the Paris Opera and the Louvre, and the pièce de résistance – a 46-story, half-size replica of the Eiffel Tower. Tickets to the tower's observation deck cost $25 for adults and $19 for kids ages 4 to 12. Similar to the real tower in Paris, the Las Vegas Eiffel Tower stages a free recurring light show every 30 minutes from sunset to midnight daily. For a unique view of the tower, reserve a lounge chair by the property’s pool, which is located on the rooftop directly under the Eiffel Tower replica.

As far as the casino goes, you'll find slots, table games, horse racing and Keno – with which travelers were more than satisfied. Paris, Las Vegas boasts several French-themed restaurants,  bars and shops, plus a variety of shows, not to mention the swanky Chateau Nightclub and Rooftop.

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Hoover Dam Hoover Dam

Sitting about 35 miles southeast of Las Vegas, the Hoover Dam spans the Colorado River and the Black Canyon (which separates Nevada and Arizona). The immense concrete structure – which confines Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the United States by volume – has helped provide power to Nevada, Arizona and California since 1935. These days, in addition to keeping the lights on, the Hoover Dam welcomes more than 7 million visitors each year as one of America's most recognized landmarks. Some of its most noteworthy sights are as follows:

Visitor Center:  You can learn more about the Hoover Dam with a stop at the Visitor Center, which is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and costs $10 to explore. The facility's Exhibit Gallery features various audio, visual and interactive exhibits, such as a generator model you can walk through, while the theater shows a 10-minute film about the dam. Don't forget to head to the top-floor observation area to snap some memorable pictures of the massive structure, Lake Mead and the Colorado River, as most visitors recommend doing.

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Area15 Area15

Like many of Sin City's attractions, Area15 is hard to describe. Marketed on its website as an "immersive entertainment district," the 200,000-square-foot warehouse features a psychedelic smorgasbord of unique experiences, including cinematic immersions, interactive art exhibits, virtual reality arcades, zip lines, axe-throwing and several one-of-a-kind bars and restaurants.

Area15 has earned comparisons to Burning Man and "Alice in Wonderland," thanks to the art installations that tower outside and the mind-bending exhibits inside. Two of the most popular attractions are the immersive art experience, Meow Wolf's Omega Mart, and the rum-fueled immersive Cirque show "Lost Spirits Distillery."

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LINQ Promenade LINQ Promenade

Home to the High Roller observation wheel, the LINQ Promenade is an open-air shopping, dining and entertainment district. Located between The LINQ Hotel and Casino and Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, the 1,200-foot-long promenade is anchored by the 550-foot High Roller, the largest observation wheel in North America and one of the top things to do in Las Vegas with kids . Recent travelers found the 360-degrees of the Strip , the city and the desert worth the trip. During the day, tickets cost $25 for adults and $10 for kids ages 4 to 12; in the evening (7 p.m. to midnight), tickets cost $35.50 for adults and $19 for kids. For another adrenaline rush, there’s Fly LINQ, the only zip line on the Las Vegas Strip . Riders launch from a 12-story tower and reach speeds up to 35 mph. The zip line is open from 2 to 10 p.m. daily. Tickets start at $35.

The shopping includes national retailers like Harley Davidson and the unusual like I Love Sugar, a 14,000-square-foot, two-story candy shop. Entertainment options abound as well and range from comedy and magic to live music. The minus5, an ice bar created from 100 tons of custom-carved ice, is among the bar and lounge options. Admission to the bar costs $24 for adults; children ages 7 and older are welcome until 9 p.m. for $13. There are more than 20 restaurants at the LINQ, including Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen and Bar. Recent visitors found the open-air promenade to be a refreshing break from the casinos and enjoyed the attractions and shopping.

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If you're looking for a luxurious experience along the Strip , the Wynn (and its sister property, Encore ) delivers. With its stylishly understated accommodations and grand casino, the Wynn draws travelers seeking a sophisticated stay. Visitors who aren’t guests of the hotel often stop by to admire its opulent interiors. The property’s eye-catching lobby is a particular favorite as it features a variety of photo-worthy floral displays.

In addition to the casino, the Wynn is also home to a collection of luxury shops like Celine and Hermès, fine dining, such as the acclaimed Wing Lei, and an 18-hole golf course – the only resort golf course on the Strip. Its nightly entertainment options are just as unique. Along with several posh bars and lounges, the Wynn is also well-known for its nightly Lake of Dreams show. Spread across 3 acres, the multimedia show uses 5,500 LED lights, a 90-foot waterfall and 1,500 pine trees to create its spectacular setting. There are also two luxurious spas on-site.

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SkyPod & Observation Deck at the STRAT Hotel SkyPod & Observation Deck at the STRAT Hotel

U.S. News Insider Tip: A lot of people go to dinner at the Top of the World Restaurant at the STRAT, but if you're looking for something more budget friendly, 108 Drinks offers delicious food and two-for-one cocktails during its "Sky High Happy Hour." – Reannon Muth

For a panoramic view of the Strip , head to the STRAT Hotel. The hotel boasts a 1,149-foot tower – the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States.

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Take a ride on the High Roller Observation Wheel Take a ride on the High Roller Observation Wheel

For a unique, bird's-eye view of the Strip , take a ride on the High Roller at The LINQ. Standing 550 feet tall and 520 feet in diameter, the observation wheel is the largest in North America. The massive Ferris wheel features 28 handcrafted pods made out of Italian glass that can hold up to 40 people each. A trip around the observation wheel takes about 30 minutes, and recent travelers say it's a great place to snap photos of the nearby casinos and attractions. This is also one of the top things to do in Las Vegas with kids .

Adults ages 21 and older can opt for a ride within the Happy Half Hour pod, an upgraded experience that includes a complimentary open bar during your trip around the wheel. Recent visitors said the High Roller was worth the trip to see the views, either day or night; others were especially pleased that the pods are air conditioned. However, many also described the experience as overpriced.

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The Neon Museum The Neon Museum

Once the sun goes down, Las Vegas shines brightly with hundreds of thousands of colorful bulbs flashing for your attention. Neon is nothing new in America's Playground: Hotels , bars and casinos have been luring customers with bright signs for decades. If you have an interest in learning more about the city’s iconic signs and Las Vegas history in general, consider a visit to The Neon Museum. Located on Las Vegas Boulevard just north of the Mob Museum and about a mile north of Fremont Street , the Neon Museum offers guided tours of what's known as the "Neon Boneyard." The boneyard can be found behind the museum's visitor center, which occupies the lobby of the former La Concha Motel.

The nearly 2.25-acre outdoor exhibit is home to more than 250 pieces of old Vegas signage all laid out for admiration on the desert floor. You can take a self-guided tour during the day, or sign up for a guided tour at night. The 45-minute boneyard walk-throughs are led by museum interpreters, who provide details on signs from such iconic landmarks as Caesars Palace , the Golden Nugget and Stardust.

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The Mob Museum The Mob Museum

U.S. News Insider Tip: One of my favorite places to watch live jazz and blues is at the Mob Museum's basement-level speakeasy, The Underground. The cozy lounge has delicious cocktails and free admission if you know the secret password (hint: check Instagram). – Reannon Muth

Back in the day, not even Vegas' neon lights could distract Americans from Sin City's darker side; today, The Mob Museum sheds light on the city's pervasiveness in the 20th-century gangster era. Las Vegas' former federal courthouse – located in the downtown area a few blocks northeast of the Fremont Street Experience  – now houses distinct interactive exhibits devoted to exposing America's mob history.

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When Circa Resort & Casino held its grand opening in 2020, it was the first new casino to open in downtown Las Vegas in more than 40 years. The chic, 35-story-tall addition to this old Las Vegas neighborhood has all the modern features of a 21st-century casino, including a high-tech parking garage named the Garage Mahal and a three-story-tall sportsbook (the world's largest). But the adults-only casino also has a distinctly vintage Vegas vibe, too. Circa's interior features midcentury lighting and accents, globe chandeliers and the iconic "Vegas Vickie," a giant neon cowgirl that hovers over the casino lobby.

The most talked-about attraction among recent visitors at Circa, however, is Stadium Swim, a mashup of a concert stadium and a swimming pool amphitheater. Guests can lounge in one of six pools while they catch a sports game or concert on the 40-foot screen above. The pool is heated and remains open year-round, which makes it a popular lounge spot on desert spring days.

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U.S. News Insider Tip: If you like the artsy vibe of Container Park, then you'll love the nearby Arts District – a hip downtown neighborhood filled with quirky bars, eclectic restaurants and funky murals. Eat at Esther's Kitchen and grab a drink at ReBAR. – Reannon Muth

The Downtown Container Park's premise is an interesting one: An open-air dining and shopping plaza made entirely from repurposed shipping containers. The 1.1-acre venue is also home to a sprawling treehouse and interactive play area and a 40-foot-tall praying mantis sculpture that shoots real flames from its antennae.

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SlotZilla Zipline SlotZilla Zipline

Part of the Fremont Street Experience , SlotZilla is modeled after a giant slot machine, complete with Las Vegas icons like oversized dice and a martini glass. At 11 stories tall, SlotZilla is billed as the world’s largest slot machine and as a zip line offers riders two options: On the lower line, Zip-Zilla, participants ride in a seated position, zipping along at 77 feet in the air. The line travels about halfway through the Fremont Street Experience. The higher zip line, known as Super-Hero Zoom, rises 114 feet high. Patrons ride “superhero-style” (with their bodies parallel to the ground) to the other end of the street and are dropped off at the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino. Guests should allot one hour for the entire experience, even though the rides are 30 seconds and one minute, respectively. In addition to a weight check and harness fitting, you’ll have to go through a brief safety training.

Recent travelers found the higher “Super-Hero Zoom” zip line thrilling and enjoyed the views from up above, especially at night. However, there were mixed reviews about the check-in process, and some warned that you’ll have to climb a lot of steps to get to the top of the launching platform.

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SPEEDVEGAS SPEEDVEGAS

Not all thrill-seekers are satisfied with laying their cards out on the table. When Lady Luck can't get your adrenaline pumping, an exotic driving experience sure will. Headquartered about 15 minutes south of the Strip , SPEEDVEGAS puts those feeling the need for speed behind some of the world's fastest, most luxurious cars. From exotic Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Aston Martins to speedy Corvettes and Camaros, you'll have your pick of horsepower.

This experience isn't for everyone: Drivers must be at least 18 years old. The chance to sit in the driver's seat is anything but affordable, with driving experiences starting at approximately $250 for five laps. However, those who have put the pedal to the metal on a SPEEDVEGAS experience can't stop raving about it, praising the accommodating and safety-conscious staff.

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Springs Preserve Springs Preserve

If you're looking for a kid-friendly activity away from the Strip , or just need a breath of fresh air, consider a visit to the Springs Preserve and Origen Museum. There's something of interest for almost everyone at this 180-acre cultural institution, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The preserve is located at the original water source for the valley, and is commonly known as the "birthplace of Las Vegas." It's a place meant to commemorate Las Vegas' history and boasts museums, galleries, a botanical garden, a butterfly habitat and an interpretive trail system. Meanwhile, the Origen Museum features more than 75 permanent exhibits, an indoor theater and a traveling exhibit space.

Recent visitors raved about the family-friendly atmosphere here, but even those without kids in tow love the history and the botanical garden. Reviewers called the grounds “peaceful” and said Springs Preserve provides a fun day away from the Strip.

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Sure, this towering gold building at the southern end of the Strip boasts all the slots, poker and game tables you want in a Sin City venue, not to mention a variety of restaurants and nightlife venues. (Plus, it's home to the House of Blues Music Hall and plays host to "Michael Jackson ONE," Cirque du Soleil 's tribute to the 80s pop icon.) But Mandalay Bay doesn't exude the same level of kitsch found at other casinos along Las Vegas Boulevard – a major selling point for more laid-back travelers. In fact, this is the place you go if you're looking for an escape, according to reviewers.

One of the major highlights of Mandalay Bay is its 11-acre “aquatic playground,” which features a human-made beach, a lazy river and a wave pool that creates an oceanside atmosphere in the middle of the Nevada desert. You can kick off your shoes and work on your tan in one of the rentable cabanas or gazebos; those looking to avoid bikini tan lines can ditch the top at the Moorea Beach Club. Note that unless you're a guest at the Mandalay Bay or the Delano Las Vegas, you will have to rent a cabana to access the pool and beach areas – prices vary by day and occupancy levels.

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As you make your way down the Strip , you can't miss the 30-story pyramid that is home to the Luxor Hotel & Casino. You can try your luck at more than 1,100 slot, video poker and multi-game machines, or play one of dozens of table games on the 120,000-square-foot floor. There's also a large sportsbook area, with plasma TVs and individual seats with monitors. If you're a high roller, there's a private section for you, too, with a comfortable lounge and cocktail bar.

In addition to the gaming floor, the casino also offers a variety of nightly entertainment options and attractions like the Blue Man Group, as well as several museum exhibits, such as one devoted to Titanic artifacts. For many travelers, “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” was a highlight of their visit to Luxor. In addition to featuring more than 250 artifacts recovered from the ship, the exhibition displays recreated rooms, including the ornate Grand Staircase. What's more, Luxor touts one of the largest pool decks in Vegas, offering 125,650 square feet of space. As with other hotels on the Strip, Luxor also offers a variety of nightlife venues and restaurants.

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MGM Grand Casino MGM Grand Casino free

It only makes sense that a city devoted to entertainment would feature a casino hotel devoted to the entertainment industry. The casino – which sits mid-Strip across from New York-New York at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue – hosts a variety of performances ranging from big-name concerts to sporting events to Cirque du Soleil 's "KÀ." It is also the partner to the nearby T-Mobile Arena, which hosts large-scale events, such as the iHeartRadio Music Festival.

The MGM Grand is also home to several top-notch restaurants and nightlife venues, such as Hakkasan nightclub, where celebrity DJs regularly spin hits into the wee hours. During the day, you can stop by Wet Republic Ultra Pool, where you can dance, swim or relax in party cabanas. Several shops can be found here as well, but you'll likely spend most of your time (and your money) on the casino floor, which houses poker tables, slot machines and a race and sports book. Keep in mind: The property spans more than 6 acres, so you’ll likely be doing a lot of walking during your visit (comfortable shoes are a must). Travelers were impressed by the size of the MGM Grand Casino, but said the nightlife options are the real star of the property.

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Take a day trip to the Grand Canyon Take a day trip to the Grand Canyon

If you’re in need of a retreat into nature during your Las Vegas vacation, consider planning a day trip to the Grand Canyon. The national park’s popular South Rim is located about 280 miles (around 4.5 hours) southeast of the Strip. If you don't have your own set of wheels, opt for one of the Best Grand Canyon Bus Tours From Las Vegas . For a shorter time commitment, there’s also the Best Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours , some of which include a landing on the canyon floor. 

If you don’t want to devote a whole day to the national park, you can drive about 130 miles, or around two hours, to visit Grand Canyon West . Owned and operated by the Hualapai Indian Reservation, Grand Canyon West is not part of the national park, but it does offer its own attractions, including the popular Grand Canyon Skywalk. For more information about planning a trip to the Grand Canyon, check out our Grand Canyon National Park travel guide .

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The Adventuredome at Circus Circus The Adventuredome at Circus Circus

In a city that boasts every type of attraction imaginable, it’s no surprise to find an indoor amusement park. Located on the Strip , the 5-acre Adventuredome at Circus Circus Hotel and Casino offers rides and entertainment for all ages. There are 25 rides and attractions, including roller coasters, an 18-hole miniature golf course, a carousel, a video game arcade and a rock clubbing wall, all housed under a large glass dome. The complex also includes free clown shows, virtual reality rooms and the FX Theater, which screens family-friendly films in 4D.

Recent visitors appreciated the climate-controlled indoor environment, but warn that the Adventuredome is better suited to younger children (ages 12 and younger) than adults due to the nature of its rides and attractions. (It's considered one of the top things to do in Las Vegas with kids .) Reviewers complained about the price of the admission passes: All-day tickets for those 48 inches and taller are $60; for those shorter than 48 inches, all-day tickets cost $30.

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The atmosphere of Las Vegas is something that you almost have to experience to understand fully. It's the ringing of chimes as a guest just hit the jackpot, the thumping bass from the club, the smell of unique and eclectic delicacies waiting to be tasted, and it's people-watching like nothing you've seen before. It's a never-ending source of irony and improbability where you can turn a chip and a chair into a million dollars.

For each visitor, Las Vegas is going to present a unique experience. It's like an equation where you + more = more of you: more chances to explore your personality, more opportunities to experiment with new ideas, and more thrills to discover around every corner. It's that reason alone that the sentiment "what happens here, stays here" is shared by so many visitors.

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  • To make it easier to replace your passport if it’s lost or stolen, in addition to your passport, take a photocopy of your passport information page (keeping it separate from your actual passport).
  • Carry only a limited amount of cash, just enough for gratuities and incidental purchases. Major credit cards are widely accepted and can be replaced if lost or stolen.
  • Always lock your hotel room door (including patio and balcony door on any level of the building) and use the peephole before opening the door.
  • Store your valuables (such as cash, credit cards and airline tickets) in the hotel’s in-room safe or front desk safety deposit box.
  • If you must carry valuables on your person, do so in a pouch or money belt concealed under your clothing. Purses and backpacks can be easy targets for thieves.
  • For complete and current safety and security information, including travelers' tips, public announcements, travel advisories and more, please visit the website of the U.S. Department of State at www.travel.state.gov.
  • December through February: 60° to 66° (Winter)
  • March through May: 72° to 90° (Spring)
  • June through August: 102° to 104° (Summer)
  • September through November: 96° to 70° (Autumn)

The Vegas climate's bark is worse than its bite. Sure, summer highs hover around 100°F, but with no humidity and ever-present air-conditioning, you'll be comfortable as long as you have water on hand. Even the warmer months (June-September) are entirely bearable if you hydrate. Luckily, with 300 days of sunshine a year, the chances of a rain-out are slim. On the other hand, nights can be chilly between late fall and early spring, so bring a sweater or windbreaker for your evening strolls beneath the neon-bathed skies. Las Vegas doesn't have a high or low season by the standard definition, but you'll find it the least crowded between November and January. Hotels are at their fullest July through October. Specific events—New Year's Eve, spring break, major conventions, sporting events—draw big crowds, so plan accordingly.

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Top Experiences

Coca-Cola Store Las Vegas : Take a break from exploring Las Vegas and stop in to experience the Coca‑Cola beverage bar. Enjoy a Coke Float and sample 16 different international beverages with the Tastes of the World tray.

Fountains of Bellagio : Witness the beauty of water, music, and lights as they dance through the air in a choreographed spectacular.

Hoover Dam Bypass : Stand in two different states and, on occasion, two different time zones when you transverse the Hoover Dam.

M&M World : Visit the first M&M'S store and personalize one-of-a-kind souvenirs.

Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay : The Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is open to the public and features one of the largest tanks in the world.

Shopping : For the shopping fan, make sure to stroll through the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, and Fashion Show Mall.

The Neon Museum : Celebrate the history of Las Vegas through one of its most iconic features, the neon sign.

Welcome Sign : The Welcome sign is a Las Vegas landmark funded in May 1959 and erected soon after by Western Neon.

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  • Visit the widest and deepest point at Grand Canyon's South Rim (over 8,400-feet deep and 21-miles across)
  • Ride aboard a luxury motor coach equipped with video monitors and air conditioning
  • Professional driver/guide will provide expert narration throughout the tour
  • Exclusive stop at Grand Canyon Visitor's Center and IMAX theater complex
  • Children Children 12 months and younger are free but will not occupy a seat on the transportation.
  • Round-trip transportation
  • Bottled water
  • Admission to The Grand Canyon National Park and Visitor's Center
  • Lunch at The National Geographic Visitor's Center
  • IMAX Theatre tickets included
  • Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
  • Pick-up time is from 6 a.m. to 6:50 a.m.
  • Golden Nugget Hotel: Outside of the 1st Street Entrance (Pick-up is at 6 a.m.)
  • The STRAT Hotel: Outside of the Uber/rideshare pick-up area in the back of the hotel (Pick-up is at 6:05 a.m.)
  • Circus Circus Hotel: Front Entrance (Pick-up is at 6:10 a.m.)
  • The Mirage: North Door (Pick-up time is 6:15 a.m.)
  • Bellagio Hotel: Outside in the underground Tour Lobby (Pick-up is at 6:20 a.m.)
  • ARIA Resort & Casino: Outside in the underground Tour Lobby (Pick-up is at 6:30 a.m.)
  • Excalibur Hotel & Casino: Outside of the Tour Rotunda in the back of the hotel (Pick-up is at 6:40 a.m.)
  • Tahiti Village Resort: Outside of the Main Entrance (Pick-up is at 6:50 a.m.)
  • A 100% cancellation fee will apply for no-shows or if the reservation is canceled within one day prior to the tour departure time.
  • Pick-up times are outside the control of Costco Travel and are subject to change by Gray Line Las Vegas without notice. To confirm your tour and pick-up information, contact Gray Line Las Vegas at least 24 hours in advance at 1-877-333-6556. If a motor coach lift is required, please contact Gray Line Las Vegas at least 72 hours in advance. Lift equipment are subject to availability.

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  • Stop at Eagle Point, named after a majestic rock formation of an eagle in flight!
  • Drive through the 900-year-old Joshua Tree Forest on the way to lands of the Hualapai Nation and the Grand Canyon
  • Luxurious, air-conditioned motor coaches with panoramic windows
  • See Native American cultural performances (schedule and weather permitting)
  • Admission to The Grand Canyon West Rim
  • Lunch will be provided
  • Golden Nugget Hotel: Outside of the 1st Street Entrance (Pick-up time is 6 a.m.)
  • The STRAT Hotel: Outside of the Uber/rideshare pick-up area in the back of the hotel (Pick-up time is 6:05 a.m.)
  • Circus Circus Hotel: Front Entrance (Pick-up time is 6:10 a.m.)
  • Harrah's Hotel: Tour Bus Entrance (Pick-up time is 6:15 a.m.)
  • Horseshoe Hotel: North Door (Pick-up time is 6:20 a.m.)
  • Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino: Bus Loading Zone (Pick-up time is 6:30 a.m.)
  • Luxor Hotel and Casino: North Entrance Tour Bus Area (Pick-up time is 6:40 a.m.)
  • Tahiti Village Resort: Outside of the Main Entrance (Pick-up time is 6:50 a.m.)

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  • A walking guide through the Grand Canyon
  • Pick-up times are outside the control of Costco Travel and are subject to change by Gray Line Las Vegas without notice.
  • To confirm your tour and pick-up information, contact Gray Line Las Vegas at least 24 hours in advance at 1-877-333-6556.
  • If a motor coach lift is required, please contact Gray Line Las Vegas at least 72 hours in advance. Lift equipment are subject to availability.

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  • Walk the Sky! Experience the Grand Canyon Skywalk at 4,000-feet above the canyon floor
  • Admission to The Grand Canyon Skywalk
  • Harrah's Hotel: Tour Bus Entrance (Pick-up is at 6:15 a.m.)
  • Horseshoe Hotel: North Door (Pick-up is at 6:20 a.m.)
  • Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino: Bus Loading Zone (Pick-up is at 6:30 a.m.)
  • Luxor Hotel and Casino: North Entrance Tour Bus Area (Pick-up is at 6:40 a.m.)

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  • Walk the Sky! Experience the Grand Canyon Skywalk at 4,000 feet above the canyon floor
  • Drive through the 900-year-old Joshua Tree Forrest on the way to the lands of the Hualapai Nation and the Grand Canyon

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  • Visit the Skywalk at Eagle Point and walk on the famous glass bridge with the canyon 4,000-feet below you! (tickets additional)
  • Stop at Guano Point, with a moderate hike you can climb to the top of the "Rock Pile" for an amazing 360-degree view of the mighty Colorado River snaking its way through the canyon floor

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  • Photo stop at the historic 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign
  • Two hours of exploration time at the Hoover Dam
  • Get amazing photo opportunities from the Nevada and Arizona look-out points
  • VIP Government Guided Power Plant Tour included
  • Experience the breathtaking spillway
  • Experience the majesty of the Hoover Dam from the newly built bypass bridge
  • Experience Lake Mead, one of the worlds largest man-made lakes from multiple viewing areas
  • Admission to The Hoover Dam
  • Except:  Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
  • Pick-up time is from 8 a.m. to 8:50 a.m.
  • Golden Nugget Hotel: Outside of the 1st Street Entrance (Pick-up time is 8 a.m.)
  • The STRAT Hotel: Outside of the Uber/rideshare pick-up area in the back of the hotel (Pick-up time is 8:10 a.m.)
  • Circus Circus Hotel: Front Entrance (Pick-up time is 8:20 a.m.)
  • The Mirage: North Door (Pick-up time is 8:25 a.m.)
  • Bellagio Hotel: Outside in the underground Tour Lobby (Pick-up time is 8:30 a.m.)
  • ARIA Resort & Casino: Outside in the underground Tour Lobby (Pick-up time is 8:35 a.m.)
  • Excalibur Hotel & Casino: Outside of the Tour Rotunda in the back of the hotel (Pick-up time is 8:40 a.m.)
  • Please note: If the interior portion of the attraction is not available during your visit, additional stops may be added to the tour to ensure that you have a complete and enjoyable experience. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding.

Rental Cars

Additional alamo rental car information, rates include.

  • Rates include the daily rental rate, the Nevada state general excise tax, the daily vehicle rental surcharge, the daily vehicle licensing and registration fee, and the airport concession recovery fee (where applicable).

Renter Qualifications

  • Renters must be at least 21 years of age at the time of the rental. Renters ages 21-24 will be subject to a daily surcharge.
  • Major credit card in own name (AMEX, VISA, MasterCard)

Additional Driver Policy

  • One additional driver is included in the rates.
  • Additional drivers must be at least 21 years of age. Drivers 21 to 24 years of age are subject to the underage drivers fee.
  • Nevada state law requires that a child under 6 years of age (up to about 60 lbs) is properly restrained in a child safety seat. (Renter responsible for securing child passenger in child safety seat in rental vehicle)

Items on Request

  • A request for hand controls must be requested directly through Alamo's Tour Help Desk.

Accident Protection Plan

  • Optional insurance plans are available to book directly through Alamo at the rental location.

Drop Charges

  • The vehicle may be picked up at one location and returned to another for an additional fee.
  • Fee varies by location.

Cancellation Policy

  • There will be no charge for cancellations made prior to pick-up date.

Additional Budget Rental Car Information

  • Valid driver's license in own name (required by law). Foreign renters must have a valid license from their home country. An international license alone is not acceptable.
  • Major credit card in own name (AMEX, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and Diner's Club)
  • Budget vehicles may not be used for off-road use; camping is prohibited.
  • A cash deposit is acceptable in lieu of a major credit card, provided customer cash qualified within certain restrictions.
  • Additional drivers must be at least 25 years of age
  • For additional drivers beyond the one complimentary, a daily fee will apply and will be charged at the Budget rental location.
  • Child safety seats are available for a daily surcharge and must be requested in advance.
  • A request for hand controls must be requested directly through Budget's Tour Help Desk.
  • Optional insurance plans are available to book directly through Budget at the rental location.

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There are so many awesome day trips from Las Vegas , so if you’re staying in this city, be sure to check out the surrounding areas. While there are lots of   things to do in Las Vegas , there are also some  Las Vegas excursions  you shouldn’t miss.

The city is famous for gambling, but there are plenty of  things to do outside Las Vegas if you want to experience part of the desert that surrounds the City of Lights. Renting a car in Las Vegas is the easiest way to explore the nearby sites. However, don’t worry if you don’t want to drive, because there are many great Las Vegas tours .

You just have to find a beautiful hotel to stay in Las Vegas , and then take a different day trip each day to get the full experience. I can help you out with my top day tours from Las Vegas .

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Choosing between all the  day trips from Las Vegas  can be difficult, but I hope my recommendations can help you out. No matter your budget or interests, I know there is a tour that will appeal to you!

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1. The Strip at Night, one of the top Las Vegas bus tours

The best way to get acquainted with Sin City is by taking a  Las Vegas night tour .  This tour   will take you to see the lights of downtown Vegas and the famous Strip. Pass by the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, Mirage volcano, Bellagio Fountains, and more. This  cheap Las Vegas tour  also includes a walk through the Fremont Street entertainment district to see the Viva Vision light show, one of the coolest things to do on the Las Vegas Strip .

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1. The Strip at Night, one of the best Las Vegas bus tours

  • Highlights:  Fabulous Las Vegas sign, Mirage volcano, Bellagio Fountain, Fremont Street walking tour
  • Duration:  3 hours
  • Price:  $50
  • Description:  Hop on an open-top bus and ride along the Vegas Strip at night, passing some of the most iconic landmarks and stopping to see the light show at Fremont Street.

2. Grand Canyon Voyager, best day trips from Las Vegas

Grand Canyon is only a couple of hours from the city, so it’s no wonder why it is one of the most popular day trips from Las Vegas. There are so many options to choose from, so we’ve hand-picked the 6 best Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas to help you find the one that fits your interests and budget.

Some even cost less than a hundred bucks, so this is a must-take Vegas tour for everyone spending some time (or even a layover) in Vegas.

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2. Grand Canyon Voyager, one of the best day trips from Las Vegas

If you want to go big, I suggest checking out the Grand Canyon Voyager . This is not only one of the best Grand Canyon helicopter tours ; It also includes a below-the-rim landing and a scenic boat ride on the Colorado River. Besides, it will give you some time to explore the most popular lookouts on the West Rim, like Guano Point and Eagle Point.

And if you want to have the full experience, upgrade to add access to the famous Skywalk bridge.

In case you prefer to drive there, check our guide on road trip from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon .

  • Highlights:  Hotel pick-up/drop-off, Grand Canyon West Rim, below-the-rim landing, Colorado River cruise, Guano Point, Eagle Point
  • Duration:  7 hours (70-minute flight)
  • Price:  $500+
  • Description:  Board a flight to the West Rim and land on the canyon floor. From there, take a pontoon boat ride on the Colorado River, then fly back to Guano and Eagle Points.

3. Hoover Dam, one of the top Las Vegas excursions

Hoover Dam tours from Las Vegas   are another popular option, and this amazing feat of human engineering is incredible in person.  This 3-hour tour  takes you to the  Hoover Dam  via historic Boulder City.

You’ll walk along the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge and get sweeping views of the dam, the Colorado River, and  Lake Mead , the country’s largest reservoir. This  Las Vegas bus tour  ends with a visit to Hemenway Park, where local bighorn sheep like to graze. You’ll get back to the city in time for other fun things to do in Las Vegas during the day .

Hoover Dam, Hoover Dam tours from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Boulder City, Hemenway Park
  • Price:  $65
  • Description:  Get picked up from Las Vegas and take a comfortable bus through Boulder City to the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge, the perfect lookout for viewing the dam and Lake Mead. Stop and see bighorn sheep at Hemenway Park before returning to Las Vegas.

4. Antelope Canyon  day tours from Las Vegas

On this  small-group tour , you can  visit Antelope Canyon  and  Horseshoe Bend  in one day trip since they’re both in Page, Arizona. If you’re short on time, this  Antelope Canyon tour from Las Vegas  is the perfect way to see these two natural wonders.

You’ll take a guided hike through the canyon’s most stunning areas, then head to Horseshoe Bend, where you’ll take a short hike to a beautiful lookout 1,000 feet above sea level. It’s one of the best  day trips from Las Vegas  if you want to get off the beaten path but you’re not sure where to go.

Check our guide with the 6 best Antelope Canyon tours from Las Vegas for more awesome options.

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4. Antelope Canyon, one of the top day tours from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Hotel pick-up/drop-off, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend
  • Duration:  16 hours
  • Price:  $299
  • Description:  Take a guided hike through Antelope Canyon’s incredible slot canyons and enjoy the views from the Horseshoe Bend lookout.

5. Downtown Walk, a popular walking tour in Las Vegas

There are so many  things to do in downtown Las Vegas , so I suggest a  Las Vegas sightseeing tour  to acquaint yourself with the area. This  walking tour  takes you to  Fremont Street , one of the most iconic downtown spots. During this  Las Vegas walking tour , you’ll be able to photograph several of the Strip’s famous neon signs and casinos.

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5. Downtown Walk, one of the most popular walking tours in Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Fremont Street Experience
  • Duration:  2-2.5 hours
  • Price:  $35
  • Description:  Take a Las Vegas city tour  of vibrant Fremont Street, where you’ll pass by famous bars, clubs, casinos, and hotels. Marvel at the sights while learning about the history and revitalization of the area.

6. Death Valley, my favorite Las Vegas tour

A   visit to Death Valley   is a unique and memorable adventure, making it one of the  best day trips from Las Vegas . There are several  Death Valley tours from Las Vegas , but I recommend  this full-day tour   to the national park. You’ll experience some of the hottest temperatures in the country, as well as an intriguing landscape full of breathtaking views and colorful terrain.

Death Valley, Death Valley tour from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Badwater, Artist’s Palette, Dante’s Point, Zabriskie Point, Devil’s Golf Course, Furnace Creek, Mule Team Canyon
  • Duration:  1 day
  • Price:  $239
  • Description:  Take a small-group tour through Death Valley National Park, stopping at the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere and one of the world’s largest salt flats.

7. Valley of Fire, one of the top day trips from Las Vegas

A  day trip from Las Vegas  can be a great  thing to do in Las Vegas for couples   who love adventure. One of my favorite  Las Vegas tours  is   this guided hike  through the  Valley of Fire State Park , a must-do in Nevada since it’s is one of the oldest state parks in the state. You can choose a hike that suits your fitness level, then scramble over red rocks and other geological formations to find ancient petroglyphs.

Check how was our experience in our guide to Valley of Fire tours from Las Vegas.

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7. Valley of Fire, one of the most popular day trips from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Valley of Fire State Park
  • Duration:  4-6 hours
  • Price:  $119
  • Description:  Take an easy, moderate, or challenging guided hike through the Valley of Fire. Explore the red rock formations, boulders, and plateaus of the park while searching for prehistoric rock art.

8. Zion & Bryce Canyon day trips from Las Vegas

You could spend a couple of days   visiting Zion National Park  and another   day in Bryce Canyon , but if time is limited, I recommend one of the  national park tours from Las Vegas .  This guided tour  will introduce you to the natural wonders of  Zion National Park  and  Bryce Canyon , making it one of the best  day trips from Las Vegas .

Zion has gorgeous hiking trails, like Angels Landing, The Narrows, and The Subway, a picturesque passageway. The Emerald Pool Trail is a family-friendly trail with turquoise pools and waterfalls. In Bryce Canyon, you can explore the famous hoodoos and fascinating rock formations like Thor’s Hammer and Queen Victoria.

Check our guides to best day trips to Zion from Las Vegas and best tours to Bryce from Las Vegas for more ideas.

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8. Zion & Bryce Canyon, one of the most popular day trips from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks
  • Duration:  13 hours
  • Price: $185
  • Description:  This  Las Vegas bus tour begins with a visit to Zion National Park, where you can witness the immense beauty of the red sandstone cliffs and mountains. Then, head to Bryce Canyon for a short hike through the hoodoos.

9. Red Rock Canyon, a great excursion in Las Vegas

This tour  to  Red Rock Canyon  is another popular  day tour from Las Vegas . You’ll depart from the Strip and take a ride along the 13-mile scenic loop to the conservation area. There, you can witness the desert landscape, flora, and ancient rock art. Your tour guide will stop at several picturesque spots, including Wilson Cliffs, Calico Hills, and Red Springs.

If you want to check other options, check our guide to the 5 best tours to Red Rock Canyon from Las Vegas.

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9. Red Rock Canyon, another interesting excursion in Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
  • Price: $113
  • Description:  Discover the natural beauty of Red Rock Canyon on this  Las Vegas tour , stopping for photos at several impressive viewpoints.

10. Black Canyon, Las Vegas kayak tours

Nearby  Black Canyon  is a wonderful  day trip from Las Vegas , especially if you want to get active in a scenic location. It’s also one of the best places for a  Las Vegas kayak tour , and I recommend  this kayaking trip   with hotel pick-up and drop-off. You’ll head to Willow Beach, where you’ll get suited up to kayak through the grottoes of Emerald Cave.

Along the way, you’ll kayak on a portion of the Colorado River that runs through the Black Canyon, surrounded by the natural flora, fauna, and interesting geological formations of the area.

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10. Black Canyon, one of the most popular Las Vegas kayak tours

  • Highlights:  Willow Beach, kayaking on the Colorado River, Emerald Cave
  • Duration:  4 hours
  • Price: $133
  • Description:  See beautiful Willow Beach before kayaking along the Colorado River and through Emerald Cave.

11. The Strip from the air, the best Las Vegas night tour

The  helicopter tours in Las Vegas   are some of the most magical tours you can take. It’s one of the top  things to do in Las Vegas at night , so I recommend   this flight  over the Vegas nightlife. You’ll fly over the most famous landmarks like the Bellagio Fountains, Luxor pyramid, Stratosphere Tower, and the Paris Hotel, all while listening to a guided narration. This is one of the coolest  Las Vegas Strip tours , and you can even add a dinner option to make it extra special.

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  • Highlights:  Fly over the downtown Vegas and the Strip at night
  • Duration:  15 minutes
  • Description:  Strap in for an exciting nighttime flight over the Strip. Get a birds-eye view of iconic sights like The Mirage, The Venetian, New York-New York, and more.

12. Los Angeles Escape, Hollywood tour from Las Vegas

Ideally, you’ll spend a few days in Los Angeles , but if you’re short on time, you can take a  Hollywood tour from Las Vegas . This  Hollywood day trip   takes you through the Joshua tree forests to LA, where you’ll walk past some of the most memorable film locations. Visit Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica Pier, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the Kodak Theater terrace, where you’ll have sweeping views of the Hollywood sign.

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12. Los Angeles Escape, the best Hollywood tour from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica Pier, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Duration:  14-15 hours
  • Price: $247
  • Description:  Get the Hollywood treatment and visit some of the top Los Angeles landmarks on one of the  best day trips from Las Vegas .

13. Area 51, a unique day trip from Las Vegas

Area 51  is a wonderland for anyone interested in aliens and the paranormal, and it’s just a few hours from Vegas. This  full-day trip   is a good   Area 51 tour from Las Vegas  and includes a visit to the so-called “Janet Airlines” at McCarran airport and the mysterious Black Mailbox for UFO enthusiasts seeking alien contact. This  Las Vegas bus tour  also travels along the Extraterrestrial Highway and right up to the perimeter of the world’s most top-secret military facility.

Area 51, Las Vegas day trips

  • Highlights:  Black Mailbox, “Janet Airlines”, Little A’le’ Inn
  • Duration:  10 hours
  • Price: $205
  • Description:  Take one of the most curious  day trips from Las Vegas  and see Area 51, stopping at several legendary sites in the UFO community.

14. El Dorado Canyon, the best ATV tour from Las Vegas

El Dorado Canyon  in nearby Clark County, NV is famous for its silver and gold mines, and this  ATV day trip  is the perfect  Las Vegas tour  that explores the area. Go off-roading through the desert and visit the most remote parts of the canyon, such as the old Techatticup mine and desolate back canyons. This  adventure tour from Las Vegas  is not only exhilarating but educational as well.

El Dorado Canyon, adventure tours from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  ATV or UTV ride, El Dorado Canyon, Techatticup gold mine
  • Duration:  5 hours
  • Price: $169
  • Description:  Hop on an ATV and drive through remote back canyons to the famous El Dorado Canyon gold mines. Vegas hotel pick-up and drop-off is included.

15. Monument Valley and nearby wonders, a great 3-day Las Vegas tour

We visited  Monument Valley   during our   10-day West Coast road trip  and it was one of the best  Las Vegas excursions  we took. This   3-day trip  is ideal if you have time to spend a few days exploring the area. You’ll start with a visit to  Red Rock Canyon , then take a Navajo-led Jeep tour through Monument Valley, followed by a trip to  Horseshoe Bend . The last day includes a visit to the beautiful  Antelope Canyon , followed by a stop at the  Valley of Fire  before returning to Vegas.

Monument Valley, day trips from Las Vegas

  • Highlights:  Red Rock Canyon, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Valley of Fire
  • Duration:  3 days
  • Price: $540
  • Description: This complete 3-day  tour from Las Vegas  takes you through the stunning red rock formations and desert landscapes of Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon, and Valley of Fire.

Those are all the  day trips from Las Vegas  that I recommend! I tried to include a  Las Vegas excursion  for all interests and budgets, so let me know what you think. If you have any questions or you’d like to suggest another  Las Vegas tour , leave a comment and I’ll get back to you!

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Led by expert hosts, this immersive, behind-the-scenes experience will take you through ultra-exclusive areas such as private suites and clubs, the Broadcast Booth, the Ubeo Press Conference Room, and Locker Rooms. You will get an up-close look at the Al Davis Memorial Torch and have the opportunity to step out onto the field!

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Tours are approximately 75 minutes in length and include over one (1) mile of walking. Comfortable walking shoes are encouraged. No heels or metal bottom shoes.

PSL seat visits are not available before, after or during the tour. Stadium tours follow a predetermined route that is timed to maximize the experience of all guests.

Tickets are available online approximately five (5) weeks in advance. Capacity is limited. Tickets should be purchased online in advance.

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Those younger than two years of age are free of charge. Please note that strollers/wagons are not allowed on the tour.

Tours are customized daily based on availability of tour features. This is no guarantee that all stops or features will be included on every tour. If a Stadium event is scheduled, public tours will not be available. All tour dates, times, and tour stops are subject to change without notice due to events at Allegiant Stadium. All sales are final.

After your tour has completed, tour guests receive a 10% discount at the Raider Image team store at Allegiant Stadium. This is a one-time-only discount. Be prepared to present your tour lanyard at checkout.

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What will I get to see on the tour?

Some of the areas you may get to visit on your stadium tour include: the Al Davis Memorial Torch, Broadcast Booth, Private Suites and Clubs, Raiderette Locker Room, Ubeo Press Conference Room, Raiders Locker Rooms and Field. Tour routes and experiences are subject to change due to availability based on events and activities throughout the Stadium.

Can I purchase tickets at Allegiant Stadium?

Tickets must be purchased online in advance.

How can I purchase tickets?

Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance online. Pending availability, tickets may also be available for purchase at Allegiant Stadium.

How much does a ticket for an Allegiant Stadium Tour cost?

Guided Tour tickets cost $65.99 and Overtime Experience tickets cost $84.99.

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What are the hours of operation?

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Tour guests are encouraged to park for free in LOT C at the North end of Allegiant Stadium at the corner of Allegiant Stadium Way and Al Davis Way.   Please CLICK HERE for more parking information.

Do I need to pay to park at Allegiant Stadium?

Parking is free on non-game days.

Where should I enter?

Tour guests should enter at the north security gate entry point.  If there is a line, please notify security that you are a tour guest to reduce your wait time. Please have your mobile tickets ready.

At what age are children required to have an admission ticket?

Children age two (24 months) and older require a ticket; those younger than two years of age are admitted for free and do not require a ticket. Guests of all ages may attend the Overtime Experience

How many tickets can I purchase?

There are no limits to the number of tickets you may purchase. Groups exceeding 12 may be split into multiple tours.

Do I need to purchase an Overtime Experience ticket for my child?

Yes, all guests age two and older require an Overtime Experience ticket for admission into the experience.

Is photography/videography allowed on the tour?

Photography is permitted on the tour except in areas explicitly forbidden by your Tour Host. Photography is not permitted for any commercial use. Videography and other recordings are not permitted at any time while on tour.

Are there any purse or bag restrictions?

Purses, small bags, and backpacks are allowed on the tour but may be subject to x-ray and/or search prior to admission.  Oversized bags or luggage will not be permitted on the tour.

Can I bring my luggage?

No, luggage is not permitted anywhere at Allegiant Stadium. Please leave all luggage in your vehicle or at your hotel. Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders, and its affiliates are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.

How long is a tour?

Tours last approximately 75 minutes. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.

Do you offer self-guided tours?

No. To ensure an optimum experience, all tours are expertly guided.

Are strollers permitted?

Strollers/wagons are not permitted on the tour. Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders, and its affiliates are not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged strollers or items.

How does Allegiant Stadium address unruly or disruptive guests?

The tour at Allegiant Stadium is a shared experience. Any and all guests participating in unruly, disruptive, or disrespectful behavior to other guests or Allegiant Stadium Team Members will be asked to leave without a refund.

Are pets/animals allowed on the tour?

Pets and other animals are not allowed on the tour, except for service animals to aid guests with disabilities.

May I bring my own food and beverage on the tour?

All outside food and beverage are prohibited from entering Allegiant Stadium.

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What forms of payment do you accept?

Allegiant Stadium is a cashless venue. Allegiant Stadium accepts all major credit cards, and cash-to-card kiosks are placed around the stadium for those who only bring cash to Allegiant Stadium. Personal or traveler's checks are not accepted.

Do you offer tours in different languages?

Allegiant Stadium tours are currently only available in English.

Are the tours ADA accessible?

Yes, tours are accessible for patrons with disabilities. If you have a disability requiring any type of accommodation, we ask that you email us at least 72 hours advance at [email protected] to ensure the requested assistance can be provided. Wheelchairs are available, free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that Allegiant Stadium staff cannot provide special wheelchair assistance on-site. Guests with disabilities who are unable to independently operate their wheelchair should be accompanied by someone able to assist them during the tour. Please review the tab titled " ADA and Accessibility Information " for additional information.

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Will there be loud noises and flashing lights?

Yes. Allegiant Stadium tour guests will be subject to loud noises, dark areas and flashing lights.

What if I arrive after my scheduled tour time?

Allegiant Stadium tours begin promptly as scheduled. We ask that you and your party arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled reservation to allow time for parking, health screening, security, and check-in. Please be prepared to present your mobile tour ticket(s) upon check-in. To ensure the quality of the experience for all guests, late arrivals will not be admitted and will not be rescheduled or receive a refund.

Can I re-schedule or cancel my tour?

All sales are final.

Are there any prohibited items on the tour?

The following items are not permitted on Allegiant Stadium tours: 

  • Aerosol cans
  • Animals (except service animals)
  • Balloons or other inflatables
  • Commercial audio/video recording equipment (including tripods)
  • Confetti or glitter
  • Drones and unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAV)
  • Firearms or weapons of any kind
  • Fireworks or missile-like objects
  • Google Glass
  • Illegal substances or drug paraphernalia
  • Laser pointers
  • Noisemaking devices
  • Selfie sticks
  • T-shirts or clothing items with vulgar language or phrasing

Where is tour guest ADA parking?

Tour guests are encouraged to park for free in LOT C at the North end of Allegiant Stadium at the corner of Allegiant Stadium Way and Al Davis Way.  Accessible and handicap parking is available in LOT C as depicted.  If any guest needs to be dropped off at the entrance, they may do so from Al Davis Way outside of the Allegiant Stadium Tour Check-In.   Please CLICK HERE for a depiction of these parking areas.

Are service animals allowed on the tour?

Yes, service animals are permitted to aid guests with disabilities.

Are there wheelchairs available for use at Allegiant Stadium?

Wheelchairs are available, free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that Allegiant Stadium staff cannot provide special wheelchair assistance on-site. Guests with disabilities who are unable to independently operate their wheelchair should be accompanied by someone able to assist them during the tour.  If you know of your wheelchair need in advance, we ask that you email us at least 72 hours advance at [email protected] in order to reserve use of a wheelchair.

As a reminder, tours are approximately 75 minutes in length and include over one (1) mile of walking.  If you or anyone in your party is using assistance devices such as crutches, canes, walkers or scooters, please consider whether a wheelchair would be preferred while on the tour.  Please be aware that Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders, and its affiliates are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items left behind while on a tour.

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How to Plan a Trip to Las Vegas on a Budget, According to a Travel Expert

Because Sin City isn’t just for high rollers.

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When you think of Las Vegas, it’s likely the glimmering casinos , flashy hotels, over-the-top entertainment , and extravagant meals that come to mind first. However, you don’t need to spend a small fortune to have a good time in Sin City — so as long as you’re savvy. From flights and hotels to activities and transportation, here are our top tips on how to plan a trip to Las Vegas on a budget, including expert insight, tips, and recommendations from long-time Vegas visitor and travel advisor Allison DePesa of Marvelous Mouse Travels . 

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It’s no secret Sin City is home to spectacular restaurants , including the Michelin-starred Picasso , the sceney Cipriani Las Vegas , and Wolfgang Puck’s beloved Spago , to name a few. However, these aren’t the only options in town. Those looking to get the most bang for their buck can — and should — take advantage of Vegas’ seemingly endless buffets, says DePesa. What’s more, she tells T+L, “Buffets are a staple in Vegas, and you can usually find a great all-you-can-eat option with bottomless Champagne, mimosas, or bloody marys if you go for brunch.” For example, you can’t go wrong at Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan, which serves extravagant all-day brunch items like bone marrow, short ribs, and even steamed snow crab — in addition to the classics like omelets — for $47 per person on weekdays and $54 on weekends; $25 extra for bottomless mimosas, Champagne, bloody marys, or Bud Light). For a more affordable option, consider the MGM Grand Buffet (from $31.99 Monday to Thursday, $37.99 Friday to Sunday), which offers an array of breakfast and lunch dishes, from fresh pastas to pancakes. If buffets aren’t your thing, the Strip is also teeming with fast-food joints and quick-service restaurants. Tacos El Gordo , which doles out wallet-friendly tacos, quesadillas, tostadas, and other Mexican favorites, is among our favorites, as is the Instagram-worthy Cafe Lola , which dishes out sweet and savory breakfast and lunch staples (think crème brûlée challah French toast).

Additionally, DePesa recommends budget-conscious travelers take advantage of happy hour specials. “Many restaurants and bars in Vegas offer discounted food and drink specials during happy hour, usually in the late afternoon or early evening. “ Brera Osteria at The Venetian Resort offers 50 percent off pizza, cocktails, and wines by the glass every day between 3 and 5 p.m. Also, don’t miss sangria hour at The Cosmopolitan's Jaleo , which has sangria from $7, beers from $7, wine from $9, and cocktails from $12 — along with a selection of tapas — every day from 5 to 7 p.m. The deals continue off the Strip at local favorite Honey Salt , where guests can enjoy $5 beers and wines, $6 cocktails, and apps like fried pickles and chicken sliders between $4 and $8 apiece every Monday through Friday between 3 and 6 p.m.

Pro tip: Be sure to sign up for restaurant rewards programs. “Many restaurants, especially those located in casinos, offer rewards programs or loyalty cards,” says DePesa. “Sign up for these programs to earn discounts, free meals, or other perks.” 

Although resorts on the Strip are typically more expensive than those a bit further away, their central location makes it much easier — and cheaper — to get around. What’s more, explains DePesa, “The Las Vegas Strip is relatively compact, and many attractions are within walking distance of each other.”

However, that’s not to say you can’t stay off the Strip and still save on transportation. While taxis and ride-share apps are available — as are rental cars, of course — DePesa recommends utilizing public transit to get around. “There's an extensive bus system in Las Vegas, including the Strip and downtown areas.” Deuce on the Strip , which runs 24/7, stops at almost every resort on the Strip, and while single rides cost $4, you can save money by snagging a multiday pass; a three-day one, for example, will run you $20. The Downtown Loop is a free shuttle service that takes visitors to some of downtown Vegas’ top attractions, including the Arts District and Fremont Street Experience . Also, keep in mind that some off-the-Strip hotels offer complimentary shuttle service to the Strip — but more on that below. 

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A Las Vegas hotel stay doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. For one, DePesa recommends booking well in advance, which "can often lead to better deals." She adds, "Hotels tend to offer lower rates for early bookings, especially if you're traveling during off-peak seasons." The summer months (June, July, and August) coincide with the city's low season due to the scorching heat. As such, you can find lower hotel rates. Shoulder season (September through November and January through April) also offers discounted nightly rates; according to Kayak, March is the cheapest month to stay in Las Vegas, with an average five percent drop in price. Ultimately, being flexible with your dates is key. "Midweek stays tend to be cheaper than weekends, and rates may fluctuate depending on special events or conventions in the city," explains DePesa. Finally, as previously mentioned, consider staying at a hotel off the Strip since, per the pro, properties “tend to be more affordable.” She elaborates, “Many of these hotels offer complimentary shuttle services to the Strip, making it convenient to access the main attractions."

DePesa recommends using Westgate Flamingo Bay Resort as your base. The property is home to 13 on-site restaurants and spacious accommodations clocking in at more than 500 square feet. She also suggests checking into Marriott's Grand Chateau ; while it does not provide shuttle service to the Strip — though, fortunately, it’s less than a mile away — it does have a rooftop pool, two bars, and, best of all, no resort fee.

If you choose to stay on the Strip, you can save money by selecting a property with low or no resort fees, which can cost as much as $55 per night. Those craving a more upscale hotel experience may consider a stay at the Sahara Las Vegas , one of few Strip hotels with an under-$40 nightly resort fee .

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Looking to save money on flights ? Just like with hotels, DePesa says the key is to “be flexible with dates and book early.” She also recommends using fare comparison websites like Google Flights, Skyscanner, and Kayak to help you “easily find the best deals and set up price alerts for your desired travel dates.” Additionally, if you have the time and patience, DePesa recommends opting for a connecting flight to or from Vegas since they tend to be less expensive. “But be sure to check the total travel time and factor in potential layover durations,” she says. 

It’s also worth noting Las Vegas’ main airport, Harry Reid International Airport, is considered one of the cheapest in America, according to a 2022 analysis from CivMetrics . 

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Unbeknownst to many — especially first-time visitors — Las Vegas offers plenty of free activities , which means you can save your money in hopes of winning big at the casino.

“At the Bellagio, you can see the fountain show and Conservatory & Botanical Gardens ,” says DePesa.

Alternatively, catch the volcano eruption at the Mirage or check out the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat , “a quiet oasis home to koi fish, turtles, birds, and a flock of Chilean flamingos.” The Fremont Street Experience has free live music, Silverton Casino features a complimentary aquarium with thousands of tropical fish, and Circus Circus offers exhilarating acts. Travelers can also visit Ethel M Chocolates for free self-guided factory tours; afterward, explore the three-acre botanical garden, which boasts more than 300 species of flora. Other no-cost attractions include The Arts Factory , the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art , and the quirky Pinball Hall of Fame .

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22 Incredible Day Trips from Las Vegas You’ll Absolutely Love

Posted on Published: December 15, 2022  - Last updated: April 4, 2024

Looking to escape the busy city of Las Vegas? Of course you are! There’s so many amazing adventures just minutes away. If you’re looking for the best day trips from Las Vegas, here’s your list!

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Las Vegas has a reputation for shopping, dining and casinos – and it lives up to the hype! But if you’re craving adventure – or some nature – taking a day trip from Las Vegas is a great way to do just that.

Leave the crowded strip and hit the road!

Some of the best day trips are just 20 minutes away, while others will take you away the entire day from sunrise to sunset (or beyond). Whether you’re traveling solo , celebrating a birthday in Vegas with friends, as a couple or with your family, there’s something on this epic list of day trips from Las Vegas to fit every travel style .

Let’s dive in!

Map of the best day trips from Las Vegas

If you’re a visual person like I am, this map of the best places to visit near Las Vegas will help you plan your perfect adventure.

By the way, as someone who’s actively checking places off my travel bucket list , I haven’t been everywhere (yet). So I’ve asked some of my fellow travel writers to help with these things to do near Las Vegas. Enjoy!

Day trips from Las Vegas

Located in the Mojave Desert, there’s so much to see and do in the area. Here are some of the best ideas for things to do outside of Vegas!

1. Red Rock Canyon (one of the best things to do near Las Vegas)

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Distance from Las Vegas: 16 miles / 20 minutes

Perhaps one of the shortest day trips from Las Vegas is the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. It’s perfect for a full day of adventure away from the busy city, yet close enough for a quick drive.

One of the most popular things to do is the Red Rock Canyon scenic drive . This one-way, 13 mile drive takes you through the entire conservation area. Stop at Calico II to see the vibrant red sandstone rocks.

Bring grippy hiking shoes for the 2.2 mile hike on the Calico Tanks Trail . This fun, interactive hike requires a bit of scrambling to get to the viewpoint of the Las Vegas strip. So cool!

You’ll actually need a timed entry reservation to see the conservation area from October through May, so be sure to reserve your spot in advance! If you can’t grab a spot, consider booking a Red Rock Canyon hiking tour which includes park entry.

Of course, come prepared with enough water and high protein snacks. If you’re hiking be sure to bring the 10 essentials and a satellite communicator in case of emergency.

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2. Valley of Fire State Park

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Distance from Las Vegas: 56 miles / 48 minutes

Valley of Fire is a famous Nevada State Park, and a nature preserve area known for its breathtaking red sandstone and rock formations. It consists of 40,000 acres of Aztec sandstone.

Prehistoric remnants and unparalleled vistas are intertwined among the valley’s red rocks. There are also ancient petroglyphs that were carved into the Aztec Sandstone rock formations. These spectacular rock formations are best viewed on a sunny day, and every sunset, they illuminate the valley, making it appear they’re on fire.

There are several outdoor activities that you can do in the Valley of Fire. The park offers a short hike for you to survey the area’s scenic views.

As you explore the site, take advantage of these fascinating rock formations like the Valley of Fire Beehives, Atlatl Rock, Elephant Rock and the Fire Wave. They will surely leave you speechless in their beauty.

You can stay overnight in the Valley of Fire; various campgrounds located near this famous spot for camping enthusiasts. And reservations in advance are required, check the  park’s website  for more details.

Valley of Fire is approximately 55 miles northeast of Las Vegas; it would take you about 1 hour to get there by car. Take the I-15 north for about 35 to 40 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Head east toward the Valley of Fire/Lake Mead from Exit 75. The West Entrance Station is located in the Valley of Fire, about 17 miles away.

The best time to visit the park is in October and April. The temperatures are mild and pleasant during this period, while they are extremely hot during the summer. The park is open from sunrise until sunset.

Recommended by Christine of Guide To Daytrips

3. Kanarra Falls

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Distance from Las Vegas: 159 miles / 2 hours, 33 minutes

At just 2.5 hours from Las Vegas, Kanarra Falls is the perfect day trip for adventure lovers. Grab your hiking boots and trekking poles and head off to this amazing slot canyon.

After arriving at the trailhead you’ll see a small restroom and ticket counter. They only allow 150 hikers a day, so it’s strongly recommended that you reserve your tickets online before arriving as no more tickets are sold on-site once the limit is reached. 

The hike itself is a moderate 3.8-mile hike directly through an epic slot canyon. Be prepared to get wet as the majority of the hike will have you walking through ankle-deep water (sometimes higher).

After about 1.6 miles you’ll see your first waterfall. If you choose to continue up the ladder, you’ll find the second waterfall about 0.3 miles later.

It will surely be a hike you won’t soon forget. Kanarra Falls is one of the best things to do near Las Vegas!

Recommended by Jordan of The Homebody Tourist

4. Lake Mead

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Distance from Las Vegas: 31 miles / 36 minutes

Lake Mead is a wonderful afternoon or a day escape from the bustling city of Las Vegas! Located less than an hour outside of Las Vegas in Boulder, Nevada, visitors to Lake Mead are greeted with a surplus of outdoor activities sure to provide an outdoor recharge. 

For Lake Mead day trips Las Vegas, it’s recommended to drive so that visitors have flexibility to explore different parts of this natural preserve throughout the afternoon.  

Enjoy hiking, navigating slot canyons, swimming and boating at Lake Mead.  Keep in mind that there is no lifeguard on duty, and that swimming and boating beaches are separated. 

More of a relaxed afternoon can be spent driving to one of the many pull out parking spots to enjoy some views with a picnic lunch. Most of the pull out parking spots include a bathroom house.  

Visiting outside of summer months is most recommended as the Mojave Desert can heat up to 120 degrees fahrenheit during this time of year.  

A huge plus is that the natural preserve accepts the Annual National Parks Pass . Without the pass, entrance is $30 per vehicle. 

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5. Zion National Park (a favorite on this list of day trips from Las Vegas)

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Distance from Las Vegas: 159 miles / 2 hours, 41 minutes

One of the best day trips from Las Vegas is visiting Zion National Park in Utah. Just over 2.5 hours from Vegas, Zion offers incredible views and adventures you’ll love.

The perfect Zion itinerary for one day is to take the shuttle into the Zion Scenic Drive to see the impressive canyon. If you’re up for adventure, hike The Narrows.

The Narrows is the popular hike where the canyon narrows and you can walk through the Virgin River (up to 10 miles round trip) to see the massive canyon up close as it closes in. Be sure to bring water shoes and hiking sticks for The Narrows.

Alternatively, you could get crazy awesome views on the Canyon Overlook Trail . It’s just one mile round trip, offering wide open views of the canyon with less effort.

Grab lunch or ice cream at the Zion Lodge or in Springdale, just outside the park. Or, pack a picnic and enjoy the views of the canyon! Regardless of if you’re solo, as a couple, with friends or visiting Zion with kids , it’s a fabulous adventure and perfect day trip from Las Vegas.

Just be sure to take the right hiking essentials when visiting in Zion, like good hiking shoes and plenty of water!

Note: if you’re based in or near Vegas and have or rent an RV, check out this RV road trip guide that details the road trip from Vegas to Zion then the Grand Canyon. What a fun adventure!

6. Hoover Dam

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Distance from Las Vegas: 37 miles / 39 minutes

Hoover Dam from Las Vegas is a short drive, and one of the best ways to spend a day away from the city. You can rent a car and drive yourself or take a tour from Vegas . See the historic Hoover Dam, which was completed in 1936.

As a visitor to the Hoover Dam, you can park for free and walk to the viewpoint on both the Nevada and Arizona Sides. The Nevada side you can see the front of the dam. On the Arizona side, you’ll see the Colorado River and the back side of the dam.

The visitor center has information on the history and architecture of the dam. If you rent a car and drive yourself, the parking lot closest to the entrance is $10 to park, or you can walk the 0.7 miles from the free parking to get there.

One of the best ways to learn about the dam’s construction is through a Power Plant Tour. You’ll actually get to go down into the dam to see how it works!

At the time of publication, you can purchase a Guided Power Plant Tour online but not a Guided Dam Tour so if you want the most in-depth tour of the dam, you’ll need to get there early to get a tour, because it’s first come, first serve and sells out quickly.

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Recommended by me – Nikki of She Saves She Travels

7. Grand Canyon from Las Vegas via helicopter

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Distance from Las Vegas: 45 minutes (flight time)

Enjoy the beauty of the Grand Canyon without all the driving! Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas are a very efficient way to see the 4th most visited national park in the USA !

While driving to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas (see #14 below) allows you to hike and see the South Rim, a helicopter tour allows you to land inside the canyon, thousands of feet below the rim.

After a 45-minute helicopter ride from Las Vegas , feel extra bougie as you toast champagne on a bluff from within the canyon. Soak in the incredible views of the massive canyon you’re standing inside of! What a bucket list experience!

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More things do do near Las Vegas

Outside of the city but comfortable enough to do in a day, here are more ideas for ya. There’s so much to see in the area!

8. Emerald Cave kayaking (one of the most fun things to do outside of Vegas)

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Distance from Las Vegas: 55 miles / 58 minutes

Kayaking in the Emerald Cave is a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the Vegas strip. The cave is located in the Lake Mead Recreation Area, along a calm section of the Colorado River.

Your journey to the caves will include a relaxing kayak ride along the Colorado River. The surrounding hills and cliff walls are awe-inspiring as they tower above you. 

Along the way, you can also go ashore and take a number of short hikes for a better view of the river and rock walls. These hikes will also give you a chance to see the unique flora and fauna of the area. 

The Emerald Cave itself will often get crowded, and only a few kayaks can enter at a time. The cave is shallow, giving you a chance to enter, take pictures, and then exit again within a few minutes time. 

Within the cave, you’ll see a green glowing light reflecting off of the water and onto the cave walls. This green glow is where the Emerald Cave gets its name. The best time of year to see the full emerald effect is to go in summer on a sunny day. 

To reach the caves, you can drive to Lake Mead Recreation Area and rent a kayak there, or book a half-day tour , which includes hotel pickup and drop-off services from Las Vegas. For your trip, it helps to bring the right gear , including a good backpack and water shoes . 

The tour will provide you with guidance and instruction along the way, so it’s a great option if you’re newer to kayaking or unfamiliar with the area. 

Kayaking the Emerald Cave is one of the best Lake Mead Day Trips from Las Vegas!

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Recommended by Merry of Virginia Vacation Guide

9. Mojave National Preserve

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Distance from Las Vegas: 68 miles / 1 hour, 9 minutes

If you’re looking for a way to get away from Las Vegas but want somewhere with few crowds, then consider making a visit to Mojave National Preserve. In just an hour’s drive on Interstate 15 from the big city, you’ll find hiking trails, caves, and much more to explore.

First, head to Cima Road, which is home to more Joshua Trees than you’ll even be able to find within the namesake national park. These are rare trees, only growing within certain parts of the southwest.

Another one of the best things to do is to visit the Kelso Dunes. These beautiful sand dunes offer viewpoints of the surrounding mountains and the opportunity to stand on top of the tallest dune.

The Lava Tubes Trail offers a short hike and a unique experience in a cave. There aren’t many places where you’re able to climb directly into the tube, so this one shouldn’t be missed!

Other fun activities include seeing the cinder cones along Aiken Mine Road, hiking the Teutonia Peak Trail, and visiting the Mojave Desert Mailbox. Because you’ll be in the desert, be sure to dress comfortably to stay cool while you’re out exploring.

It’s also nice to have a high-clearance vehicle for the visit, as some roads can be pretty rough. Also, be sure to check the status of the roads, because wintertime may bring snow and poor weather conditions.

Recommended by Kassidy of The Hiking Helper

10. UTV adventure at the McCullough Mountains

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Distance from Las Vegas: 25 miles / 49 minutes

Get ready for an epic adventure in Prime Valley and Hidden Valley at the McCullough Mountain Range, Nevada . This is one of the most fun day trips from Las Vegas if you’e looking for an adrenaline-filled time!

This half day UTV excursion takes you through fun, rugged desert terrain just outside of Las Vegas. You’ll get to see Hidden Valley National Monument during your excursion.

An excursion like this was one of the most fun things to do in Aruba , and I think you’ll agree it’s an awesome day trip from Vegas , too. Drivers must be 16 or older, and each UTV is fit for 2 people. Kids as young as 12 can ride with an adult, so it’s great for families with older kids, too.

Pro tip: wear clothes you can get dirty and closed toes shoes.

Pack anything you don’t want to get dirty in a dry bag with a strap and tie it down. That prevents dirt from penetrating a backpack for other cloth bag. This is the dry bag I used while UTVing and it worked great! Don’t forget to take extra water in reusable water bottles , too.

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11. Death Valley National Park (one of the best places to visit near Las Vegas for scenery)

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Distance from Las Vegas: 110 miles / 1 hour, 55 minutes

Death Valley is one of the best national parks in California and a perfect day trips from Las Vegas if you are looking to escape the crowds and explore the stunning landscapes of the Mojave Desert. 

Although summers bring triple-digit temperatures to Death Valley, winter has a mild sunny weather with no snow, except for high altitudes. 

You can get to Death Valley by taking a guided tour from Las Vegas that includes major highlights of the national park or renting a car in Las Vegas . If you rent a car, you will have more freedom exploring this vast area and also enjoy stargazing at night since Death Valley boasts incredible dark skies free of light pollution.

The park has many hikes like Golden Canyon, overlooks and is also home to the lowest point in North America, Bad Water Basin, that sits at 282 feet below sea level. Since Death Valley is the largest national park in the lower 48 states, prepare to drive longer distances, as some points of the interest are as far as 50 minutes away from one another.

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Recommended by Daria of The Discovery Nut

12. Spring Mountain Ranch State Park

Spring Mountain State Park view of mountains with trees and ranch in foreground

Distance from Las Vegas: 24 miles / 27 minutes

Some of the oldest buildings in Nevada lie right next to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area at the Spring Mountain Ranch State Park. This historic ranch is a fun little day trip from Las Vegas , where you can tour old buildings like a blacksmith shop and sandstone cabin.

Nestled in a picturesque setting, it’s a lesser-known attraction in the Las Vegas area , so you’ll really be able to escape the crowds. Pack a picnic and enjoy the outdoors. The best time to visit this state park is October through May.

The Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is a great spot for beginner hikers or families and pets, too. Hike the Spring Mountain Ranch Loop trial, at just 1.5 miles and flat, it’s an easy trail for nearly any skill level.

Hours change seasonally so check before you go at the Spring Mountain Ranch website .

13. Seven Magic Mountains

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Distance from Las Vegas: 26 miles / 27 minutes

A fun experience close to Las Vegas is the Seven Magic Mountains . These colorful stacked boulders are an art instillation that took social media by storm in 2016, thousands of visitors come to the Seven Magic Mountains annually.

It’s a free, short day trip from Las Vegas, and one worth visiting if you’re looking for something low-key to do in the area. And bonus – no extra hiking gear or picnic supplies required.😊 It’s perfect for when you’re visiting Las Vegas with kids !

Created by artist Ugo Rondinone and supported by the Nevada Museum of Art  and  Art Production Fund , this is a free attraction although donations are always welcome! Take as many photos as you desire, but please don’t damage the boulders.

Pro tip: If you want great photos with fewer people, come early in the day – just after sunrise – to avoid crowds. Also check out this guide for more free things to do in Las Vegas .

Seven Magic Mountains is one of the best things to do outside of Vegas that doesn’t take a lot of time, either.

Full day trips from Las Vegas

With 3+ hours of driving each way, these are the best day trips from Las Vegas that make a long day, but totally worth the effort! Of course if you have more time, these destinations would make great weekend trips from Las Vegas, too.

14. South Rim of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas

Distance from Las Vegas: 279 miles / 4 hours, 22 minutes

If you’re looking to escape the intenseness of Las Vegas for a day and want to spend some time surrounded by incredible scenery you’ll never forget, head to  the Grand Canyon South Rim .

The Grand Canyon is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders of the world and offers absolutely stunning views. The South Rim in particular is considered to be the best part with its really expansive views and is truly a sight to see.

There are many unique hikes and viewpoints such as Mather Point that you can visit at The South Rim – but note that the weather and temperature can change suddenly here so make sure to bring plenty of layers and be prepared for any weather. Woolx Merino wool layers work perfect for any season and are perfect for the Grand Canyon.

Drive time to Grand Canyon South Rim is just over 4 hours each way from Las Vegas so it’s a long day but it is definitely worth it! You can rent a car and drive yourself, or if you’d prefer someone else to do the driving you can book a Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas on a bus.

The day trips are usually around 15 hours long, starting at around 6 or 7am, and cost under $100 so good value for money! It’s best to book a Grand Canyon tour in advance as it is a popular day trip from Vegas!

Not only is The Grand Canyon one of the best day trips from Las Vegas, but the route to get there is really interesting too as you’ll get to drive along the famous Route 66!

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15. Horseshoe Bend from Las Vegas

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Distance from Las Vegas: 274 miles / 4 hours, 23 minutes

Horseshoe Bend is one of the most photographed sites along the Colorado River and a fantastic excursion for those traveling from Las Vegas.

While on the far end for a day trip, Horseshoe Bend is about 4.5 hours from Las Vegas. Located in Page Arizona, the iconic feature is a must-do for those traveling through the southwest. 

Horseshoe Bend, part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, is one  top things to do in Page Arizona .  It can be done as a stop along with other activities in the area.

The trail and parking for Horseshoe Bend is managed by the city of Page, and doesn’t take any National Park or other park passes for entrance to the site. Parking for Horseshoe Bend is $10 and the site is open from sunrise to sunset daily.

For those visiting the site, the hike requires about 1.5 miles (out and back) to reach the viewpoint for the bend. There’s a small platform located at the end of the trail.

However, be sure to continue on past the viewpoint along the slick stones and you’ll be treated to some great other views of the bend without as many tourists around. You can even climb the small hill to get a better overlook of the site. 

Beyond Horseshoe Bend, there’s plenty of other things around Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Visit to the nearby Glen Canyon Bridge and Dam is worth a quick excursion. Visitors can view the amazing engineering feats of creating both the bridge and dam in this part of the river.

There’s also great hiking nearby such as the Hanging Gardens Hike, the Chains, and The “New Wave” which is a lovely banded sandstone area close to the glen canyon dam. 

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16. Bryce Canyon National Park (one of the most epic day trips from Las Vegas)

weekend getaway from Las Vegas view of orange rocky spires at Bryce Canyon National Park

Distance from Las Vegas: 259 miles / 4 hours, 3 minutes

You’ll want to get up early for this one! As a day trip, this is doable but a pretty long day. It would make a great weekend trip from Las Vegas, too.

Anyway, Bryce Canyon National Park is home to the famous hoodoos, which are irregularly shaped rock spires. Witness the unique beauty of this landscape from Bryce Point or Inspiration Point.

If you’re up for hiking, try the Queens Garden Trail and Navajo Loop , which is a fun, interactive trail. It’s 3.1 miles and rated as moderate, you’ll weave through hoodoos and witness the bright orange and red rocks up close.

Have a picnic at Sunset Point or enjoy the views at Sunrise Point, too. You can see all the Bryce Canyon National Park highlights in just one day!

17. Joshua Tree National Park

weekend getaway from Las Vegas view of Joshua tree with desert landscape smooth rocks sunny day

Distance from Las Vegas: 186 miles / 3 hours, 8 minutes

One of the best day trips from Las Vegas is a day in Joshua Tree . It takes about 3 hours to drive from Las Vegas to Joshua Tree National Park, but it is worth the drive and a great way to escape the city.

Joshua Tree is best during the spring or fall when temperatures are more moderate. In the summer, the park gets very hot, and in the winter it’s cold. However, if you’re taking a day trip in the winter, you will still experience the warmest part of the day in winter.

While in Joshua Tree, take the quick hike to Arch Rock, drive down Queen Valley Road, visit the Cholla Cactus Garden, and, of course, see all the Joshua Trees. One of the best places to find a high concentration of Joshua Trees is along Queen Valley Road or on Park Boulevard from the West Entrance Station.

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18. Antelope Canyon (a popular tour from Las Vegas)

view of antelope canyon deep red and orange sandstone canyon walkway

Distance from Las Vegas: 278 miles / 4 hours, 32 minutes

Las Vegas is such a fun city to explore but many people don’t realize there are amazing places to visit outside of Las Vegas. Antelope Canyon is a popular slot canyon in Page, Arizona.

The canyon is full of beautiful Navajo Sandstone that makes for some of the most stunning views you’ll find. Getting to escape from the concrete jungle of Las Vegas is a great way to refresh and enjoy some time away from the city.

If you’re planning on visiting Antelope Canyon, there are a few things you must know.

The canyon is on Navajo land and is restricted to tours by Navajo tour guides and tours are required to visit. You’ll want to book in advance to ensure you can get a tour. If you find that Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon are booked, look into tours of Antelope Canyon X .

May to October get really busy, the earlier you book your tour , the better.

To do Antelope Canyon as a day trip from Las Vegas, follow I-15 North through Saint George, Utah. Then take UT-9 to Hwy 59 towards Kanab, UT, where you’ll get on the US-89 East to Lake Powell and Page, Arizona. The drive is a little long, but it makes for a great adventure to one of the most beautiful slot canyons you can find!

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19. Palm Springs

rocky canyon with mountains in distance at Tahquitz Canyon Palm Springs weekend trips from Las Vegas

Distance from Las Vegas: 231 miles / 4 hours, 9 minutes

If you’re up for a slightly longer drive, taking a day trip from Las Vegas to Palm Springs is an ideal way to add some fun and adventure to your travels. Though it’s situated about 4 hours away, there are so many ways to spend one day in Palm Springs !

You can explore the iconic downtown area, which features boutique shops, hip galleries, and tasty restaurants. Or, check out the original retro architecture on residential homes and hotels.

Outdoor lovers can venture out for a day hike at one of the many trails, such as Tahquitz Canyon. One can’t-miss activity for any first time visitor is the famous Palm Springs aerial tramway, which takes you up the nearby San Jacinto Mountains for panoramic views of the surrounding valley.

With so much natural beauty to explore, it’s no wonder why Palm Springs has become such a popular getaway spot for travelers from Las Vegas.

Be aware that summer is a tough time for hiking and strenuous activity in the California desert. If visiting in the summer months, I would recommend visiting one of the many pool and mineral springresorts. 

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20. Red Rock Canyon State Park

day trips from Las Vegas view of red rock canyon state park orange and tan rocky landscape

Distance from Las Vegas: 240 miles / 3 hours, 41 minutes

Did you know there are actually 2 Red Rock Canyons to escape to as a day trip from Las Vegas?

Not to be confused with the National Conservation Area just a few minutes outside of Vegas,  Red Rock Canyon State Park  is a 3.5 hour drive from Las Vegas. While it’s a long drive for a day trip, it’s doable starting before sunrise and driving back at sunset.

Located in Cantil, California, Red Rock Canyon State Park is part of the Mojave Desert. Once you’re there, you’ll be surrounded by stunning Joshua Trees and get a breathtaking view of sandstone cliffs as far as the eye can see.

Enjoy activities such as rock climbing, picnicking, easy nature walks, as well as beginner canyoneering. Best of all, you won’t find huge crowds here, so enjoy the peaceful escape from the city.

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21. Grand Staircase Escalante (another favorite on this list of day trips from Las Vegas)

zebra slot canyon striped wavy canyon

Distance from Las Vegas: 213 miles / 3 hours, 26 minutes

Grand Staircase Escalante is a fun and unique day trip from Las Vegas. If you’re looking to hike some really cool slot canyons, Grand Staircase is the place to do it.

A 3.5 hour drive from Vegas, there are a  few different slot canyons  located within Grand Staircase Escalante to visit. One of the most famous is Zebra Slot Canyon, a canyon that has stripes along the wall making it look like the stripes on a zebra!

Besides hiking the slot canyons in the area, there are plenty of other amazing trails to hike in this area. To get to Grand Staircase Escalante, head northeast on I-15 towards St. George, once in St. George depending on where you want to go in Grand Staircase either head towards Kanab or head towards Bryce Canyon.

The roads inside of Grand Staircase aren’t paved and a lot of the roads require you to have a 4×4 vehicle. Make sure to always check with the visitor centers nearby in Kanab and Escalante before heading out to make sure the weather and roads are safe for exploring.

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22. Alabama Hills (one of the most scenic things to do near Las Vegas)

alabama hills with snow capped mountains and road

Distance from Las Vegas: 246 miles / 4 hours, 13 minutes

Alabama Hills, California is an underrated destination that’s gained in popularity over the last decade or so. A long day trip from Las Vegas, it can be done in a single day with an early morning and late night, or better yet, as a weekend getaway from Las Vegas!

With expansive views of these smooth rocky formations, there’s quite a bit to see and do in Alabama Hills. Movie Road is aptly named based on the volume of films that have been shot here. Drive down it and recognize scenes from Iron Man and Gladiator, just to name a few.

There’s plenty of hiking opportunities in Alabama Hills , too. Grab your hiking shoes and head to the famous Mobius Arch, coming in at less than one mile. Or explore views of the snow-capped mountains on the Upper Alabama Hills Trail to Cyclops Skull Arch .

Best day trips from Las Vegas

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Well, that’s a wrap! The area surrounding Las Vegas is full of fun and activities for all ages. Whether you’ve got just one day trip from Vegas or have a few days to explore the area, you’ll find something amazing to do with your time!

Let’s take a look at those adventures again, in a quick list…

Places to visit near Las Vegas

  • Red Rock Canyon
  • Valley of Fire State Park
  • Kanarra Falls
  • Zion National Park
  • Grand Canyon from Las Vegas via helicopter
  • Emerald Cave kayaking
  • Mojave National Preserve
  • UTV adventure at the McCullough Mountains
  • Death Valley National Park
  • Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
  • Seven Magic Mountains
  • South Rim of the Grand Canyon
  • Horseshoe Bend
  • Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Joshua Tree National Park
  • Antelope Canyon
  • Palm Springs
  • Red Rock Canyon State Park
  • Grand Staircase Escalante
  • Alabama Hills

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Sunday 29th of January 2023

I love Vegas and have been there a numerous of times!! Thanks for sharing these great tips.

Wednesday 1st of February 2023

Welcome Belle. Thanks for your comment and visiting the blog! :)

Monday 23rd of January 2023

Vegas itself isn't really on my list of places to visit, but I'd love to do all of these daytrips!

Tuesday 24th of January 2023

Agreed! Every time I go to Vegas, I leave Vegas 🤣

Saturday 17th of December 2022

I am not a big fan of Las Vegas so I love the idea of trying some of these road trips on the next time I attend a conference in Nevada. I love the rugged landscape.

Monday 19th of December 2022

Same, same Terri! Each time I visit Vegas I have to get out 🤣 Have fun on your next non-Vegas adventure!

Interesting read. Emerald cave kayaking looks so relaxing.

Totally agree, Anukrati! I hope you get to try it sometime.

Friday 16th of December 2022

Some great ideas here, and some wonderful photos too!

Glad you found this helpful :)

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The Perfect Weekend in Las Vegas

L ocated in the state of Nevada in the United States, Las Vegas is the perfect place for a 3-day weekend getaway . This vibrant city offers luxury hotels, gambling, world-famous shows, pool parties, fun rides, and so much more. In January 2024 I had the perfect weekend in Las Vegas with my girlfriends for my bachelorette party. We ended up going to a couple of shows, eating at famous restaurants, experiencing interactive art, and walking around the strip. This itinerary is so fun, I filled it with all the best things to do in Las Vegas.

Here are some of the highlights and must-see spots we found during our Perfect Weekend in Las Vegas!

Best Time to Visit Las Vegas

Las Vegas experiences high season from March to May and again September to November which is when you'll experience the best weather. Las Vegas is balmy by day and pleasantly cool at night in the spring and fall. March is probably the busiest month, but April to June and September to November are perfect. Keep in mind that high season means hotel and ticket prices go up.

December is the coldest month overall. Weather during the Las Vegas winter has an average high temperature of 57°F and the chilly evenings dip to an average low of 39°F.

How to get to Las Vegas

Fly into Harry Reid Airport in Las Vegas. From there you can either take an Uber/Lift from the airport to the strip, or you can rent a car if you plan on exploring off the strip (this itinerary will take you off the strip if followed).

Want to find cheap flights to Las Vegas? Check out the Hopper App - it lets you track flight prices for your travel dates, and tells you when the best time is to book your flight is!

Where to Stay in Las Vegas

The main strip of the downtown area is where all the famous hotels, restaurants, and shops are located. There are several different options for you to select where to stay depending on your budget and what things you want to do.

Luxor Hotel $$$

Known for its iconic pyramid shape, Luxor is located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip and features a casino and live entertainment.

Paris Hotel $$$$

Experience everything you love about Paris, right in the heart of the Strip. You will be transported to the City of Lights with the same passion, excitement, and ambiance of Europe's most romantic city. Notable mention: Vanderpump Paris Restaurant, and live entertainment.

Aria Resort & Casino $$$$$

Strategically situated in The Strip, allowing you access and proximity to local attractions and sights. Don't leave before paying a visit to the famous Fountains of Bellagio . This high-quality property provides guests with access to massage, restaurant and hot tub on-site.

Cosmopolitan $$$$$

Lavish 5-Star Hotel with a lively atmosphere inside. The hotel is famous for it's three-story Chandelier Lounge. Providing the glitz and glamour that Vegas is known for. The bar can get very busy even in the early afternoon. This hotel has been an excellent addition to the Las Vegas Strip, and it has been considered the top hotel in the city and was even once named the best hotel in North America.

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Things to do in las vegas.

During my bachelorette weekend trip in Las Vegas we saw a couple different shows. Experience the awe, unbelievable, incredible shows in Las Vegas - you won't be dissapointed no matter which one you see - they're all top notch. Here are some of my favorites:

This raunchy roller coaster full of acts will show you things you've never seen & won't ever forget. A refreshing, irrepressibly raunchy mix of jaw-dropping acrobatics & adults-only comedy.

"O" By Cirque Du Soleil - Bellagio

Perhaps one of the greatest shows I've ever seen - "O" captures the audiences attention from the beginning, and never lets go. The acrobatics, water display, and phenomenal performances make this a must see show in Las Vegas.

Atomic Salon Show

Go buck wild at the booziest, bawdiest, brawlin'-est watering hole in the West. Saddle up for a wild new twist on the Old West from the creators of Absinthe.

Rouge Las Vegas at The STRAT

"Rouge has no weak moment throughout the entire production, but one of the most unique vignettes is their French Revolution themed piece that includes a very randy Marie Antoinette, a balancing ballet dancer on pointe shoes, fully bedazzled gowns with sky-high powdered wigs to match, and a cheeky, laugh out loud reveal that we won't spoil to keep you surprised. 

This show at the STRAT combines these voyeuristic performers with acrobatics, aerial stunts, contortionists, comedians, and much more."

Attractions & Rides In Las Vegas

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Soaring 550 feet above the center of the Las Vegas Strip, the High Roller eclipses both the London Eye and Singapore Flyer. With sweeping 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Valley and The Strip, the wheel takes thirty minutes to complete one revolution and features twenty eight spacious cabins to accommodate guests. Whether enjoying a standard cabin, a Happy Half Hour open bar or a uniquely crafted experience, the High Roller offers stunning views and a memorable turn during your weekend trip in Vegas.

FlyOver Experience

FlyOver in Las Vegas lets you experience the magical feeling of flight through immersive, state-of-the-art technology while soaring, dipping and diving across awe-inspiring landscapes—all without leaving the Strip. Special effects, including wind, mist and scents, combined with the ride’s motion create an unforgettable experience.

Take a Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour of Las Vegas

If you have 2 days in Vegas, I highly recommend joining a Hop-on Hop-off Bus tour. The Big Bus Las Vegas offers a convenient hop-on hop-off tour that takes you to popular attractions like the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, the High Roller observation wheel, and the famous Las Vegas Strip. It's a great way to see the city's landmarks at your own pace.

O2 Bar in Las Vegas

Oxygen hangover treatment.

The O2 bars in Las Vegas are advertised as " Oxygen Bar (noun.)  Urban spa where people go to inhale pure oxygen to rejuvenate the body, relieve hangovers, headache, jet lag, increase energy and stamina, reduce stress and feel great."

After trying two different O2 bars in Las Vegas, I can tell you - they actually work! After the session, I felt renewed, and refreshed, as I walked away with a clear head. So if you've had a few too many margaritas, plan a visit to an O2 bar.

Museum of Selfies

Enjoy the fun and interactive experiences at the Selfie Museum. This unique museum offers a variety of themed rooms and exhibits designed specifically for taking creative and memorable selfies. From vibrant backdrops to quirky props, the Selfie Museum provides a playful and entertaining environment for capturing unique photos and creating lasting memories.

The Grand Canal in The Venetian Hotel

The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas features a stunning indoor replica of the Grand Canal, complete with gondolas and gondoliers. Visitors can take a romantic gondola ride through the hotel's beautifully designed waterways, passing by charming cafes, shops, and picturesque architecture. It's a delightful way to experience a taste of Venice right in the heart of Las Vegas.

Grab a Fancy Drink at Vanderpump in Paris Hotel

The Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Paris Hotel, created by reality TV star Lisa Vanderpump, offers a stylish and elegant atmosphere for enjoying craft cocktails and small bites. The venue features a beautiful outdoor garden with a modern design and a touch of European flair, providing a sophisticated and luxurious experience for visitors.

Fantasy Lab LV

The Fantasy Lab Immersive Art Experience in Las Vegas offers a unique and interactive art exhibition that allows visitors to step into a world of fantasy and creativity. This immersive attraction features stunning visual displays, interactive installations, and mind-bending optical illusions, providing a one-of-a-kind experience for art enthusiasts and anyone looking to be transported into a world of imagination.

Ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower

The  Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas is a half-scale replica of the iconic Parisian landmark. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding areas from the observation deck, which offers a stunning vantage point for taking in the city's glittering skyline. It's a fantastic way to experience a taste of Paris while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere of Las Vegas.

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is a stunning display of horticultural artistry, featuring elaborate floral arrangements, seasonal displays, and themed exhibits that change throughout the year. Visitors can stroll through the beautifully landscaped gardens, which are meticulously designed and maintained to create a serene and enchanting atmosphere. It's a delightful way to escape the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip and immerse oneself in the beauty of nature.

Sugar Factory Las Vegas

The Sugar Factory in Las Vegas is a popular destination known for its whimsical and over-the-top sweets, including colorful and extravagant desserts, milkshakes, and confections. In addition to its delectable treats, the Sugar Factory offers a vibrant and lively atmosphere, making it a fun and indulgent experience for visitors looking to satisfy their sweet tooth and enjoy a playful dining environment. We ordered a fruity vodka drink with a nerd rim!

Meow Wolf in Las Vegas is an immersive art experience that offers a unique blend of interactive art installations, surreal environments, and mind-bending exhibits. This innovative attraction invites visitors to explore a fantastical and otherworldly space filled with unexpected surprises, hidden passages, and imaginative storytelling. It's a one-of-a-kind experience that encourages curiosity and creativity, making it a must-see destination for art and adventure enthusiasts alike.

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Bruno Mars is heading back on tour this summer, and tickets to his 2024 concert dates are going fast. As the "24K Magic" singer prepares to resume his Las Vegas residency, we'll show you how to buy Bruno Mars tickets for his 2024 tour.

After rising to fame for his hit single "Just the Way You Are" in 2010, Bruno Mars is still making tracks that are just as popular and performing them on the road 14 years later. Following the release of his chart-topping album "24K Magic," the 15-time Grammy winner began a concert residency at the Park MGM in Las Vegas in 2016, which is now in its eighth consecutive year.

Bruno Mars' Las Vegas residency resumes in June 2024 for its 16th leg, as the artist completed the 15th set of concert dates earlier this year in February. He's now set to embark on another 12 shows at Dolby Live for the upcoming leg of his residency. Of course, Bruno Mars also has a few other concerts planned outside the Las Vegas residency dates for his 2024 tour.

We've got you covered if you're looking for how to get tickets to Bruno Mars' 2024 Las Vegas residency concerts and additional tour dates. Here's our breakdown of Bruno Mars' 2024 tour schedule, purchasing details, and price comparisons between original and resale tickets. You can also browse ticket specifics at your leisure on StubHub and Vivid Seats .

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Bruno Mars 2024 tour schedule

Following a nearly four-month hiatus, Bruno Mars' Las Vegas residency returns on June 7, 2024. The next leg includes 12 confirmed shows, which will come to a close on September 1. Additionally, Mars will travel to Los Angeles, CA for two nights. Below, you can find the cheapest available listings on Vivid Seats and StubHub at the time of writing. All concert times are listed in local time zones.

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How to buy tickets for Bruno Mars' 2024 concert tour

You can buy original tickets for Bruno Mars' 2024 concert tour on Ticketmaster. However, since tickets for this leg of his Las Vegas residency have been on sale since February, the number of remaining original tickets is limited. In fact, original tickets to his Los Angeles shows in August 2024 are completely sold out, as he'll be the special grand opener for the Inuit Dome.

Tickets are also available for purchase through resale ticket vendors such as StubHub and Vivid Seats . With original tickets having sold so quickly, you may find better luck with seating variety and pricing options through these resale sites.

How much are Bruno Mars tickets?

Frankly, tickets to see Bruno Mars' Las Vegas residency in 2024 aren't cheap, but prices vary depending on the date and demand for each show. The least expensive available standard original tickets for Bruno Mars start at $225 for his August 27 Las Vegas show, but prices jump quite high for most other dates. On the other hand, resale ticket prices are generally comparable to or cheaper than original tickets.

On Vivid Seats , the least expensive tickets for Bruno Mars' 2024 Las Vegas shows range from $226 on August 27 to $393 on June 15. Meanwhile, StubHub offers similar prices that tend to by slightly more expensive by just a few dollars. The cheapest tickets to Mars' Las Vegas concerts on the latter site range from $233 to $411 for the same dates.

Who is opening for Bruno Mars' tour?

There will be no opening acts for Bruno Mars' Las Vegas concert dates. In the past, Anderson .Paak, Camila Cabello, and Dua Lipa have opened for Mars.

Will there be international tour dates?

Following the upcoming June through September leg of his Las Vegas residency, Bruno Mars will head on an international tour for his 2024 concert series. The "Treasure" singer will travel across Brazil to play eight shows across three different cities between October 4 and 18. Here are the dates and locations of Bruno Mars' 2024 international tour dates in Brazil:

  • October 4 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • October 5 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • October 8 - Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • October 9 - Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • October 12 - Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • October 13 - Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • October 17 - Brasilia, Brazil
  • October 18 - Brasilia, Brazil

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Plan to spend a night at Page. Absent perfect timing (do you have AC reservations yet?), it’s too much to try to do in a single day.

Thank you so much for your quick reply

Your plan would involve 10 hours of driving for a 45 minute experience. Not really worth it.

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Bob left out the words "at night"....should be driving at night is discouraged.

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