The thriving city of Las Vegas, NV offers a plethora of fun in the city, from themed hotels & casinos, to museums, shows, tours, fine dining, must see attractions, the Las Vegas Strip, water attractions, clubs and bars, and so much more.

You can choose to watch a show with high energy acrobatics and dramatic dance to touring a haunted museum, to going on a helicopter flight, or scaling a high rise on a roller coaster. There’s something for every taste of fun and thrills. These are simply a few of the attractions that keeps millions of tourists coming to Las Vegas, “The Entertainment Capital of World.” every year.

The never sleeping city is a large tourist magnet, and has a wide array of amenities available to its visitors.  There’s so much to do, we’re sure you will want to visit multiple times. We have a list of some of the most favorite and unique attractions.

Famous Las Vegas Sign

In the picture above is the Famous Las Vegas sign, located on the Las Vegas Strip. The sign is 25 feet tall and is in the median at 5200 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119. There’s a small parking lot available where many stop for a photo op. There’s been tourists, wedding parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties that have visited the sign to get their pictures taken in front of it.

The Strip in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip is the center-point of all tourism in Las Vegas. It is the part of Las Vegas Boulevard from Sahara to Russell Road. There are many themed hotels and casinos along the boulevard. There are shops, entertainment venues, kids attractions, adult attractions, live sports, shows, golf, amusement parks and rides, bars, restaurants, and so much more to see and do.

The Bellagio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas

The Bellagio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas is famous for its enormous fountain system. These fountains are located in front of the casino and can be seen from several blocks away.

The Stratosphere in Las Vegas

The Stratosphere is the tallest observation tower in the United States. At its top, it stands at 1,149 feet tall which equals out to over 300 stories.

Freemont Street Experience downtown Las Vegas

If you are looking for a place that has a bit of everything on one street, then The Fremont Street Experience may be the right fit. This is a five block entertainment district in the historic downtown part of Las Vegas. In the heart is Viva Vision, the world’s largest video screen, which displays a free light show every night of the week. Tourists are mesmerized by the incredible display of lights. You can visit casinos, stores, listen to live music, see side shows, painters, and so much more.

JW Marriot and Rampart Casino

Rampart Casino and The Resort at Summerlin in Las Vegas is an award-winning  resort and casino destination. Guests can experience the total vacation package including gaming, golfing, live entertainment, luxurious amenities, beautiful hotel rooms, and world-class restaurants.

Tours In Las Vegas

Want to get the most bang for your buck and see some exciting places while visiting Las Vegas, but just don’t know where to begin? A Las Vegas Tour may be the perfect fit, although there are so many different ones available, you may just have to do more then one.

Top of the World Restaurant Las Vegas

The Top of the World Restaurant is is for those that want the WOW factor! It is known for its 360 degree view of the city. It’s located in the SkyPod at the top of the Stratosphere.

James Regional Sports Park

Just need to get away from the strip with the kids… A visit to James Regional Sports Park, may help you unwind and let the kids run off that extra energy.

Doctor Harry B. Johnson Rose Garden

Doctor Harry B. Johnson Rose Garden is a very lovely getaway into nature. When the roses are blooming in the summer it is spectacular.

This is a small taste of the things you can do in Las Vegas. There’s so many places and attractions to visit, you will have no moment that is boring! Excitement is everywhere!