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Best Places to Visit in Las Vegas

In case you run out of things to do in Las Vegas here are some places to visit.

Las Vegas

You probably know about Las Vegas because of its popularity. It is one of the best destinations worldwide if you want to gamble. Aside from that, the city of Las Vegas is also famous for its bustling nightlife.

Las Vegas also features attractive neon signs, street lights, and colorful banners throughout its urban district. Some of its buildings have high-class casinos you might want to try. Suppose you run out of things to do; here are some places to visit in Las Vegas! 

Locations you Want to Visit while in Las Vegas

We are all familiar with the city of Las Vegas. Its busy nightlife, colorful streets, and 24/7 casinos make it the earth’s center for gambling. You also might want to check out Vegas shows from today’s top-performing artists. 

You won’t run out of things to do when you visit Las Vegas. If you ever run out of energy gambling or betting with the city’s games, let us share some of the best places to visit while you are in Las Vegas.

The Neon Museum

Do you want to see Las Vegas and some relics from its long decades? Then we suggest going to The Neon Museum. People who love to collect things will surely enjoy this facility! The Neon Museum contains almost every iconic neon sign from the rich history of Las Vegas. It is also why Las Vegas is famous as the City of Lights! These neon signs come from businesses, casinos, restaurants, and eateries that closed their services. 

Fremont Street

Being the original center of Las Vegas: Fremont Street is home to the city’s first array of casinos. Binion’s Horseshoe, Eldorado Club, and Fremont Hotel and Casino. While most of the city’s modern casinos are now on The Strip, tourists will love to see ground zero of the world’s gambling city. Some parts of Fremont Street have enormous LCDs featuring Viva Vision Light Shows. 

Stratosphere Tower

Do you want to check out the whole city of Las Vegas like an eagle? We recommend reaching the highest floor of the Stratosphere Tower. The tower features an observation deck, thrill rides, and a sky jump! Stratosphere Tower is also the tallest freestanding observation tower in the entire USA! So if you want your adrenaline pumping, climb up the Stratosphere Tower and try out some of its rides. 

High Roller Ferris Wheel

If you don’t want to try out the Stratosphere Tower for some reason, we have an excellent alternative for you! Let us introduce you to the High Roller Ferris Wheel. Like other theme park Ferris wheels, the High Roller Ferris Wheel is five hundred fifty feet tall and offers its riders a 360-degree view of Las Vegas city. The High Roller is presently the largest Ferris wheel in the entire world. 

Extraordinary and Unique Stores

Las Vegas is home to various stores you won’t be able to see in other places. For example, the city’s Coca-Cola store allows its customers to taste many sodas from different sources worldwide. Aside from that, you can also try out different chocolates at the M&M store or enjoy chocolate heaven in Hershey’s Chocolate World. 

Hoover Dam

Thanks to the first live-action Transformers film starring Shia Labeouf, the Hoover Dam is now world-famous. Las Vegas is also the setting for Zack Snyder’s latest zombie film Army of the Dead. The Hoover Dam is one of the largest dams worldwide. It is built in the Black Canyon, blocking the Colorado River. Hoover Dam’s powerful wind updraft allows you to spill an entire bottle of water only for its contents to disperse right in front of you! 


Famous as the city of Lights, Las Vegas continues to entertain and amaze all of its visitors. You surely want to try and gamble with its high-class casinos, check out its bustling nightlife, or visit the city’s historical landmarks.


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