Just inside the Mirage, there's a glassed room off to the side, where you can observe a lone white tiger. This white tiger is only a preview of the actual exhibit. If you're looking for a good daytime "family" activity (they stop letting people in at 3:30, it closes at 5), this is a good, fairly cheap one.
To get there, head towards the back doors of the Mirage, and head outside. To your left is the Mirage pool, and to your left is a pathway leading towards the Gardens. At the gate, you pay an entrance fee of $10/person. Through the gates, everyone gathers on a bridge as a tour guide waits for enough people to begin the tour (about 5 minutes).
The tour guide leads you to a platf...Read More