No desert in history has seen a watery display as remarkable as the Bellagio Fountains’ choreographed dance of water, light, and music. Free, every day of the week.
Try your luck along the 4-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard known simply as “The Strip,” a spectacular man-made canyon featuring the world’s biggest and glitziest casinos.
Look up in the sky over Glitter Gulch for a thrillingly unique light and sound show, projected nightly onto a 1500-foot long curved dome running above Fremont Street.
4 of 5 stars
5 of 5 stars
Hollywood comes to Vegas when you interact with Madame Tussauds’ famously lifelike wax replicas of celebrities, like Leonardo DiCaprio, George Clooney, and Angelina Jolie.
Take a thrilling glass tunnel walkthrough of densely populated underwater habitats, at one of the world’s most unique and interactive aquariums. Meet thousands of aquatic animals, from sharks to crocodiles.
Visit Europe’s most famous landmark without having to go to France, at the Paris Las Vegas hotel’s 46-story-tall replica. The observation deck offers a million dollar view of Vegas.
Science Fiction is a form of literature that will survive the test of time with the rest. Star Trek is a gateway drug to this wonderful genre. Paramount saw it fit to
The Secret Garden. Mirage Hotel.It is called the Siegfried and Roy’s secret garden and dolphin Habitat after Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn both of German origin. They
From the free tram that runs from Excalibur to Mandaly Bay, volcano eruptions at the Mirage, sirens and pirates at Treasure Island, lions at MGM or tigers at Caesars
My wife and I have visited Las Vegas more than once. The idea I had the first time we visited was to find entertainment and eating at bargain rates. After researching the