Things to Do in Las Vegas You Should Not Miss

Under ten dollar trip to travel along the Strip

Surprise! Just hop into one of the double Decker buses that keep going up and down the Strip all through the day. These buses, known as Deuces, cost you only eight dollars an all day hop in/out tour. You also have the option of a two-hour ride for six dollars, or a pass valid for three days when spending $20. You’ll find it enjoyable to travel with the locals in such a bus.

Water Shows at the Strip

The Bellagio Fountains certainly make the most excellent of free attractions that one can find in Las Vegas. You simply can’t miss it! Facing the Bellagio hotel on the Strip, these fountains are installed in the middle of an artificial lake. You are bound to get mesmerized by this memorable show of dancing jets of water, reaching amazing heights with classic as well as modern musical tunes and colorful lights in the backdrop. These fountains are played every 30 minutes, beginning at three in the afternoon, and every fifteen minutes starting at eight in the evening till midnight. If you are in a mood to watch a paid show in Vegas, your first choice should be Cirque du Soleil. This sophisticated show comprises of over seventy swimmers, contortionists, clowns plus aerialists, who perform acrobatic feats on a stage in the pool filled with 1.5 million gallons of water.

Dinning at Steve Wynn’s man-made marvel

The exteriors of the Wynn Lake of Dreams give the impression of a tiny hill covered with trees, but the interiors of this resort, designed by Steve Wynn, contain a gateway having Alpine looks, complete with one forty feet waterfall plus a mountain spread over 150 feet, and having plants from the golf course of Desert Inn, used in a novel way. Have an enjoyable dinner at one of the terraces of Lakeside or SW Steakhouse, or cocktails at Parasol Down to see the lake coming alive in dazzling colors produced by more than 4,000 lights, music and holographic images that combine together to give you a multimedia experience.

Look into an offbeat museum

Atomic Testing Museum at Nevada is unique, allowing you to peep in the nuclear weapons testing site. Or go to the Mob Museum to get detailed views on how organized crime was executed in Sin City; for a visual tour of the history of Vegas, go to the Neon Museum in northern end of the Strip. If you are an enthusiast of old-fashioned arcade games, you need to visit the exceptionally stunning Pinball Hall of Fame. You can play some of its highly admirable 150 outfitted pinball machines.

Stratosphere – The Tallest Structure in Nevada

You have two main attractions of going along the northern most end of Las Vegas Boulevard, till the Sahara Avenue. One of these is the Bonanza Gifts, which asserts to be the biggest gift store in this world and provides an enjoyable tacky journey back to the time of Route 66. For experiencing an especially different ride, you should go further north up the Boulevard till you reach the Stratosphere, Nevada’s highest building, where from you can hear all kinds of screams coming out. At its base, it has four thrill rides, including: Big Shot, Insanity, the SkyJump Ride, and X-Scream – all equally terrifying.