Vegas Baby! Here's the Best of Sin City

The Entertainment Capital of the World can be pretty overwhelming for the first-timer. 

Award-winning performances, nightclubs, amusement parks, art exhibits, concerts, magic shows, aquariums, circuses, outdoor adventures, and gambling only touch the surface when it comes to your options.  

Where do you even start with so many things to do in Las Vegas? Here's a list of things to do: on the Strip, off the Strip, with your family, outdoors, and for thrill-seekers. 

Although it looks like a Ferris wheel, the High Roller is technically an observation wheel. The High Roller consists of large, air-conditioned pods holding up to 40 people each

High Roller

Perhaps one of the top free things to do in Las Vegas, the Fountains of Bellagio are a magical sight. Spanning across 1000 feet and 640 feet high, these dancing fountains are a must-see.

Fountains of Bellagio

Many of the hotels have rooftops and multi-level nightclubs for partygoers to experience. Come dressed to impress because most nightclubs have a dress code.

Las Vegas Nightclub

Freemont Street, also known as the old Strip, was Las Vegas’ first paved road and home to its first hotel. Today, Freemont Street is a pedestrian mall featuring many Las Vegas attractions.

Fremont Street Experience

A non-profit organization, the Neon Museum’s mission is to collect and preserve the city’s retired neon signs. While many of the signs still function, the Neon Boneyard houses the signs that cannot be restored.

Neon Museum