Attractions, Shows, and so much more:

What is there to do in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas is known as The Entertainment Capital of the World. There is always endless amounts of activities to do. So take a look and plan to fill in your free time.

When buying tickets please try and purchase tickets at least three months in advance as tickets sell out quickly for Las Vegas’s most popular shows.

Blue Man Group at the Luxor Hotel and Casino

Blue Man Group will rock your world, blow your mind, and unleash your spirit. Leave your expectations at the door and let three bald and blue men take you on a spectacular journey bursting with music, laughter and surprises. 35 million people of all ages, languages and cultures know what Blue Man Group is really about. Now it’s your turn. DARE TO LIVE IN FULL COLOR. To purchase tickets please click here.

Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre

If you’re an animal lover, you’ll love Gregory Popovich and his team of furry friends! This cast of over 30 trained animals were once in shelters waiting to be adopted. Now, they’ve been rescued and turned into superstars to bring you a show jam packed with talent you’ll have to see to believe! A show with an older vaudeville feel, you’ll see juggling acts, acrobats, comedy and some amazing animal talent! To purchase tickets please click here.

Hershey’s Chocolate World

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VEGAS! THE SHOW

VEGAS! THE SHOW pays homage to the legends that helped coin Las Vegas as The Entertainment Capital of the World. Legends such as the Rat Pack, Elvis and Tina Turner grace the stage nightly in this musical show. VEGAS! THE SHOW portrays the classic and timeliness glamour that rings true to a Las Vegas show. To purchase tickets please click here.

Mat Franco the Magician

Season 9 winner of “America’s Got Talent” Mat Franco takes the stage at the LINQ Hotel & Casino and offers a fresh, fun, and feel-good twist on magic that defies all expectations. In a full-scale production built on brand-new, never-before-seen material, the young magician delivers his most spectacular performance yet — but still keeps his love of getting up close with the crowd at the heart of every show. With his signature brand of breezy humor, Mat mixes his amazingly inventive and always stunning magic with crowd-guided improve in order to create a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that’s unique and unforgettable to each audience. To purchase tickets please click here.

Mon Ami Gabi: A Classic French Bistro

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What to do beyond the city

Kayaking the Colorado River: Carving its way through the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River spills over the Hoover Dam, just a 40-minute drive from the Strip. Touring the dam, which lets you go deep underground to see the massive electricity generators up close, is a popular day trip for Vegas visitors. But most tourists never see the dam from the bottom up. Evolution Expeditions is one of several local operations offering kayak tours that launch below the gigantic dam, then paddle downstream through the river canyon, stopping for a hike to natural desert hot springs.
• Evolution Expeditions (+1 702 259 5292, lasvegaskayaktours.com)

Riding a helicopter to the Grand Canyon: A multi-coloured chasm measuring a mile deep, the Grand Canyon is probably the USA’s signature natural attraction. What better way to appreciate its scope than from the air, more specifically from a helicopter’s window seat? A helicopter is also the fastest way to get to the canyon from Las Vegas (otherwise, it’s a five-hour drive each way). Some helicopter tours also include a dramatic landing inside the canyon, so you can get out and marvel at the sheer cliffs carved over the millennia by the erosive powers of nothing more than water.
• Full details regarding Grand Canyon access and activities from National Park Service, US Department of the Interior, +1 928 638 7888 nps.gov/grca

Golfing at Angel Park: Las Vegas has plenty of award-winning courses to keep golfers busy all year round, some with long waiting lists, exorbitant fees, and a snobby atmosphere. Not so at the laid-back Angel Park in suburban Summerlin. It’s beloved by locals for its 36 holes designed by pro legend Arnold Palmer, offering inspiring vistas of the Las Vegas Valley and Red Rock Canyon desert. The fast-playing Cloud Nine course is floodlit for night play, making it the coolest option during the dog days of summer. Tee-time reservations are strongly recommended; Ask in advance about the dress code.
 100 South Rampart Boulevard, +1 702 254 4653, angelpark.com

-Information from The Guardian

Other suggestions:

Lake Las Vegas, Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument, Red Rock Canyon, Seven Magic Mountains, Nipton Ghost Town. https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/things-to-do-outside-las-vegas/index.html

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