Las Vegas was once a city known only for its casinos and mobsters and now it becomes a family holiday destination. Las Vegas is still a world destination for gambling or gaming as it is now known, with 15 of the world’s largest hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Take in a show at one of the many theatres; Celine Dion, Shania Twain, Donnie and Marie, Elvis impersonators, a Beatles tribute band, Michael Jackson’s ONE, there is a show for everyone.
The Freemont Street Experience is a four-block long and 90-foot high screen canopying the street below. Every hour there is a neon light show. Walk through the pedestrian mall, play the $5 Blackjack tables, and view the free live entertainment.
Adventuredome theme park is 5 acres of indoor amusement park located at the Circus Circus Hotel. Check out the Canyon Blaster roller coaster, the rock climbing wall, the 18 hole miniature golf course, and the Virtual Reality Zone.
Visit Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay which transports you under the sea to a world of dangerous and unusual aquatic animals. The popular touch pools let you actually touch sharks, rays, and horseshoe crabs. Watch the actions of over 30 sharks from the belly of a sunken pirate ship.
Take a break from the excitement and lights of the city and spend the day in the calmness of the Las Vegas Springs Preserve. Walk the 110 acres of gardens and view the largest collection of Mohave Desert cacti and succulent plants. Or listen to the history of Las Vegas on the two-mile ride aboard the trackless train.