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Las Vegas, NV
Things To Do
Guinness World of Records Museum
2780 Las Vegas Blvd S
Featuring colorful displays, video footage, and computer data banks of various
Guinness world records, this is a great stop for families. The Las Vegas
display includes information on celebrities married in Vegas, the Stratosphere
and the Hoover Dam.
Imperial Palace Automobile Museum
3535 Las Vegas Blvd S
This museum's collection includes more than 200 antique, classic and special
interest vehicles. Among the cars, trucks, and motorcycles on view is a 1939
Mercedes touring sedan once owned by Adolph Hitler and the world's largest
Nevada State Museum and Historical Society
700 E. Twin Lakes Dr
From the Spanish exploration to the building of Las Vegas in the late 1940's,
this museum has the skinny on Nevada. Exhibits touch on the history,
archaeology and anthropology of southern Nevada. The surrounding parks and
ponds make for a wonderful oasis.
Magic & Movie Hall of Fame
3555 Las Vegas Blvd S
Experience the history of magic first hand with over 20,000 sf of magic, movie
and ventriloquist memorabilia.
Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix
1401 N Rainbow Blvd
This 7-acre park has the only banked oval Super Stock Car track in the West.
Racing includes adult Gran Prix cars and go-karts along with kiddie karts.
Madame Tussaud's Celebrity Encounter Wax Museum
3355 Las Vegas Blvd S
In "Madame Tussaud's Story" guests will discover the intensive process and
artistry involved in the creation of the world famous wax portraits by Madame
Red Rock Canyon
14 miles west of Las Vegas via W Charleston Blvd
Featuring blazing red rock formations, spectacular views, great hiking trails
and a 13-mile scenic loop. A great place to experience the beauty of the
Mt Charleston Recreation Area
35 miles NW of Las Vegas off Hwy 95
Part of the Toiyabe National Forest at 12,000 feet high the area is popular
year round for hiking, skiing, horseback riding, camping and even sleigh
Star Trek The Experience
3000 Paradise Rd at the Las Vegas Hilton
The experience includes a complete re-creation of the promenade from Deep
Space Nine: Quark's Bar and Restaurant, Zek's Grand Emporium and Moogie's
Trading Post. Also is The Voyage, an interactive ride where visitors are
beamed through time and space to the Transporter Room. A must for every Trekie.
Titanic: The Exhibition
Rio Suites Hotel
3700 W Flamingo Rd
This exhibit features artifacts recovered from the Titanic wreck site.
Fremont Street Experience
A pedestrian promenade in downtown Las Vegas with free entertainment including
a one-of-a-kind light and sound show with more than 2 million lights and
540,000 watts of sound. This show begins at dusk daily and ends at midnight.
Also along the street are retail carks, kiosks and entertainers.
6150 W Palmyra Ave
Imagine touring through an 8,500 sf European castle filled with angelic
murals, life-size mythical statues, fine art and exquisite designs that are
one of a kind.
1775 E Tropicana Ave
The museum features exhibits of Mr. Showmanship's jewelry, priceless antiques,
his wardrobe and rare cars.
27 miles south of Las Vegas on Hwy 93
Considered one of the great wonders of the modern world. Built in the early
1930's it now offers visitors tours through the dam's interior and an