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#1

The STRAT: SkyPod Observation Deck & Thrill Rides

The STRAT – formerly the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower, and Vegas World before that – is located on Las Vegas Boulevard, just north of the Las Vegas Strip. It boasts an indoor and outdoor observation deck with 360-degree Las Vegas views! With its sleek modern design, this iconic establishment boasts an array of world-class dining options, thrilling gaming floors, and a rooftop oasis offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city's dazzling skyline. Whether you're seeking a high-energy nightlife experience or a serene escape, The Strat Hotel & Casino promises an unforgettable Las Vegas adventure.

4.5 (42 reviews)
#2

LINQ High Roller

Located on the flashy Las Vegas Strip, the High Roller (pun most definitely intended) is one of the world's tallest Ferris wheels. Opened to the public in March 2014, LINQ High Roller tickets grant you access to a 30-minute spin and mesmerizing views of Las Vegas and beyond, day or night.

4.8 (1,817 reviews)
#3

Las Vegas Helicopter Tours

Experience Las Vegas from a bird's eye view with a thrilling helicopter tour

3.7 (3 reviews)
#4

SeaQuest Las Vegas

SeaQuest Las Vegas is more than just an aquarium. At this home to rescued and rehabilitated creatures, you'll get up close and personal with animals from around the world. Across habitats replicating their natural environments, you'll meet sharks, eels, stingrays and more. It's not just marine life, you can hold colorful lizards and parrots in your hands – and opt to feed caiman or snorkel with reef sharks on-site!

4.7 (42 reviews)
#5

The Eiffel Tower Experience Las Vegas

If you want to add a little splash of "ooh la la" to your stay in Sin City, there's only one place to go: The Eiffel Tower Experience Las Vegas! Standing at half the size of its Parisian counterpart, this scale model of Gustave Eiffel's iconic tower is one of the most recognizable landmarks on the Las Vegas strip. From atop, the tower offers one of the most spectacular views over Sin City. Inside, guests are treated to a fun, kitschy visit to the City of Lights. Pose for photos in front of a bridge on the Seine, see all those locks left behind by lovers, and use a tablet to change the Las Vegas skyline into a Parisian panorama – c'est formidable!

4.7 (132 reviews)
#6

Las Vegas City Cards

Experience the thrill of Vegas with a city card!

3.8 (8 reviews)
#7

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Las Vegas Motor Speedway is a 1,200-acre complex of multiple motorsports tracks. It's located in Clark County, Nevada roughly 15 miles northeast of the Las Vegas Strip. It's easily reached by car - just save the speeding for once you've arrived!

5 (8 reviews)
#8

Grand Canyon Tours from Las Vegas

Explore the breathtaking beauty of Grand Canyon on a tour from Las Vegas, just a few hours away!

4.4 (30 reviews)
#9

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

If you're looking to get away from the glitz and noise of Vegas, and crave something a little bit more nourishing for the mind, do yourself a massive favor and book some Las Vegas Natural History Museum tickets. This modern museum is brimming with cutting-edge exhibitions that chronicle the treasures of the natural world. From prehistoric animals and dinosaur fossils to in-depth exhibitions on the deep sea, the African plains, the glowing rocks hidden deep in the Earth's crust, and just about every animal you can think of, this vast repository of natural science is a must for animal lovers and anyone who finds wonder in nature.

4.9 (106 reviews)
#10

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas was the first Madame Tussauds to open in the United States, back in 1999. This popular wax museum and family-friendly attraction is located at The Venetian casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.

4.8 (40 reviews)

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LINQ High Roller

Hop in a pod to take you to the top of the LINQ High Roller – the world's tallest Ferris wheel. At 550 feet tall (158.5 meters), you'll get the best views of the Stip, the vast desert, and surrounding mountains.

Eiffel Tower Experience

A half-scale replica completed in 1999, the Eiffel Tower Experience gets you up 46 stories and offers spectacular 360° views of Las Vegas.

Madame Toussad's

Mix with waxy superstars and get face-to-face with the famous only at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, the world’s greatest wax museum!

The STRAT Skypod

Get the best views and thrill on the STRAT Skypod Experience, at the top of the tallest freestanding observation tower in the US.

Zoom up the building to the observation decks, and, if you're so inclined, opt for the thrill ride tickets to take advantage of the fairground atmosphere at the top.

Las Vegas is famous for its ability to transform a bleak desert landscape into a whimsical adult playground. Each hotel is characterized by different themes – from life-size pirate ships and flocks of flamingoes to recreating the streets of Paris, New York City, and Venice.

Gondola ride at the Venetian

Immerse yourself in the canals of Venice with a gondola ride at the Venetian Hotel.

Fountain show at the Bellagio

Water and music synchronize to create a mesmerizing fountain show. Be sure to stop by at night when the spouts have an illuminated effect.

Pirate show at Treasure Island

Gather into a giant pirate ship for a swashbuckling show that will entertain audiences of all ages.

NYC skyline at New York, New York

With a roller coaster swooping amongst the skyscrapers of lower Manhattan, you don't have to leave the Strip to take a trip to NYC. Genius architects create an illusion to feel like the buildings are bigger than they are.

The best part about Las Vegas is that there is always something going on – any day, any time!

The Las Vegas line-up is in constant rotation – from resident performers and mind-blowing magic shows, to fresh new comedy sets and acrobatic displays, find out what's on when you are in town.

Arguably the only way to do Las Vegas right is at night. The neon concrete jungle never sleeps, and Vegas at night is truly a sight to behold.

Gamble at a casino

Work your way down the Las Vegas Strip if you've got change to spare. Most casinos are open 24/7, so you can win big money whenever the mood strikes.

See a show

There's always something on in fabulous Las Vegas. From magic and comedy shows, to live performances from your favorite musical artists and daring acrobatic endeavors, you can find tickets to Las Vegas shows that are adults-only, or kid-friendly.

Hit the club

Vegas is the party capital of the US and boasts some world-class clubs. Pool parties and dance clubs at Omnia, the Wynn, and the Cosmopolitan are always a good time.

Need a break from Sin City? There's plenty of options to get off The Strip and into nature.

Grand Canyon National Park

One of the greatest wonders of the natural world, Grand Canyon National Park lies within reach of Las Vegas. A helicopter flight will take you over the Grand Canyon and land on the canyon floor, and the return flight takes you back over The Strip for a truly memorable day trip.

Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend

A photographer's dream, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend in Arizona feature eroded rock formations with stratified layers.

These canyons are only accessible with a guided tour so their beauty can be protected for years to come.

Death Valley National Park

Join a guide for an excursion from Vegas to Death Valley and see some of the planet's most beautiful scenery.

Learn about unique plant forms and wildlife, see the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, and take plenty of pictures.

Zion National Park

Journey north into the majestic Zion National Park and Valley of Fire on a day trip from Las Vegas and marvel at the towering mountains, pristine wilderness, and stunning vistas that surround you.