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LINQ High Roller
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.
The Eiffel Tower Experience Las Vegas
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!
The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod
The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod
The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod – 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!
The Mob Museum
The Mob Museum
The Mob Museum in Las Vegas is a museum dedicated to organized crime. It's the only place to see real life artifacts from the mob, like guns, electric chairs, the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Wall, and Bugsy Siegel’s sunglasses.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
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.

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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.
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Buckle up and prepare for the ride of a lifetime. Experience the magical feeling of flight through immersive, state-of-the-art technology that lets you dip and dive across awe-inspiring landscapes, all without leaving the Sin City Strip. You’ve never felt a rush like FlyOver, located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, next to the Hard Rock Cafe.
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Grand Canyon West

Slightly less busy than the tourist-heavy area of Grand Canyon South, but boasting some of the Grand Canyon's most exciting activities – and some of the best views of the whole national park – Grand Canyon West is the place to go if you're hoping to enjoy some of the area's more adrenaline-packed activities. With whitewater rafting, swooping helicopter rides, and the Skywalk glass bridge all located in the vicinity of Grand Canyon West, it's a thrillseeker's paradise! But if you just want to kick back and enjoy the spectacular scenery from Guano Point, explore the Native American village at Eagle Point Viewpoint, rent a cabin in Hualapai Ranch, or drift peacefully down the Colorado River in a kayak, you can do all that too.
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The Las Vegas Strip needs no introduction. One of the most famous streets in all of USA, it's overflowing with some of the most high-profile attractions and unmissable tourist destinations in the world. It's Vegas, baby!
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The Showcase Mall is a staple in Las Vegas, combining great shopping, delicious eating, movies, attractions and much more. It's also home to Arcadia Earth, a large-scale, multi-sensorial journey through underwater worlds, fantasy lands, and inspirational art installations.
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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!
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Getting About

Getting up and down the Las Vegas Strip is a breeze, even in the stuffy heat. The blissfully air-conditioned Las Vegas Monorail runs from the MGM Grand to SLS Las Vegas and has seven stations: MGM Grand, Bally's / Paris, Flamingo, Harrah's / The LINQ, Las Vegas Convention Center, Westgate Las Vegas and SLS Las Vegas. Walking is always fun at night, too. Count the weirdos and casinos along the way, or call Uber and Lyft for a personal chauffeur if you’re going farther than the strip.

The Grand Canyon and beyond

Step away from that windowless casino and take in some real Nevada views. Several tour companies offer trips out of Vegas by plane, helicopter or bus. Besides, a holiday to Vegas wouldn’t be complete without exploring the stunning West Rim of the Grand Canyon. Feel the world grow smaller as you sit on the edge and watch the sun sink into the depths of one of the Earth’s largest gorges. The lights of Vegas are nothing compared to the awesome pink hues of a Grand Canyon sunset.

What’s better than a buffet?

All-you-can-eat buffets are a thing in Las Vegas, but Sin City also has some of the best gourmet dining options in the country. The Steak House in Circus Circus is a meat-eater’s dream, offering a private-club setting and juicy cuts. For a garlicky, Cajun kick, treat your taste buds to Hot N Juicy Crawfish. And if you’ve only got dessert on the brain, the red velvet pancakes with cream cheese syrup at BabyStacks Cafe are stupid good. Don’t worry, you can burn them off later by dancing.

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Ride the world’s largest Observation Wheel

Bigger than both the London Eye and the Singapore Flyer, the LINQ High Roller offers you some of the best views of the Las Vegas Strip; there's no better perspective than the one you get 550 feet (167m) up in the sky. As you float around in one of 28 state-of-the-art cabins, you’ll be moving at a leisurely foot-a-second. Turn the party right up by booking the Happy Half Hour ticket and enjoy an open bar. Bar cabin guests must be 21 or older.

Adrenaline-pumping activities

Get behind the wheel of a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Aston Martin on a real racetrack at Vegas’s Exotics Racing School. Go on and opt for some one-on-one coaching with a sexy male instructor – a perfect distraction for ladies on a hen weekend. Vroom vroom, indeed! Want more action? How about screaming through the desert on a zipline? Or driving a bulldozer, excavator or both at Dig This, a “Heavy Equipment Playground.” Can you dig it? Yes you can.

Get to the Grand Canyon

Sure, it’s not actually in Las Vegas, but the Grand Canyon is so tantalizingly close to Sin City it’d be silly not to make time for this geological marvel. Besides, with both helicopter and plane flights to take you out and back from McCarran Airport, you hardly have to give up any gambling time. And anyway, as fun as it is to fork over your money to the Sin City casino magnates, the Grand Canyon offers you memories you will actually prefer to remember.

Take in a Vegas show

It’s not all Blackjack and Poker. Performing shows in Vegas has been a venerable career path for stars as far back as the Rat Pack. Nowadays there’s a thief’s banquet of shows on offer (venerable circus institution Cirque de Soleil has no fewer than six different shows running concurrently). Other highlights include magic shows from Mat Franco, Criss Angel and Penn & Teller, and concerts from Boyz II Men, Celine Dion, and Britney Spears.

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