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  • 1 The Auto Collections Interesting

    Museums and art

    The exhibit showcases more than 750 antique, classic and special-interest vehicles spanning nearly 200 years of automotive history. Of these, more than 200 are on display-and for sale-at any one time in a gallery-like setting on the fifth floor of th..

  • 2 King Tut's Tomb and Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    3900 Las Vegas Blvd. S

    It took Howard Carter 10 years to completely excavate the tomb in 1922. It took modern-day Epypt six months and 50 artisans to replicate it for Luxor's King Tut's Tomb and Museum-the only full-scale reproduction of Carter's famous discovery outside E..

  • 3 Nevada State Museum and Historical Society Interesting

    Museums and art

    700 Twin Lakes Dr.

    This nationally accredited institution tells it with authority-from the wanderings of a 225-million-year-old ichthyosaur in the Mojave Desert to tourists prowling modern-day Las Vegas. Located in a pretty park with a duck pond, not far from downtown ..

  • 4 Old Las Vegas Mormon State Historic Park Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    500 E. Washington Ave.

    The first permanent non-native settlement in the Las Vegas Valley. An adobe fort was built along Las Vegas Creek in 1855 by William Bringhurst and 29 of his fellow Mormons, who arrived here from Utah. The outpost, equipped with a post office, served ..

  • 5 Aladdin Resort & Casino Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    3667 Las Vegas Blvd. South

    Although Aladdin was recently acquired by Planet Hollywood and Starwood Resorts, there is still time to enjoy this Arabian Nights-style resort that arose in the place of the original Aladdin, imploded in 1998. Renovation will take place in phases, to..

  • 6 Circus Circus Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    2880 Las Vegas Blvd. S

    Initially there was a casino and a carnival midway, but no hotel rooms. The first 400 rooms were built in 1972. Today the casino occupies the main floor, while the second floor is a fantasyland of carnival games, state-of-the-art arcade games and a c..

  • 7 Excalibur Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    3850 Las Vegas Blvd. S

    Ever dream of traveling back in time to an age of jousting knights? A great place to bring the kids is this sparkling medieval castle. In King Arthur's Arena, you can eat with your hands and cheer the action during the Tournament of Kings. Keeping wi..

  • In the first half of the 19C, pack and wagon trains used this site, with its spring-fed creek and tranquil meadows, as a campsite and watering hole, as they headed west along the Spanish Trail. James Wilson, an army sergeant based at Fort Mohave, and..

  • 9 Red Rock Canyon Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    159 Charleston Blvd

    The Keystone Thrust Fault, to be exact, the most significant geologic feature of the canyon. Scientists think that, some 65 million years ago, two of the earth's crustal plates collided with such force that part of one plate was shoved up and over yo..

  • 10 MGM Grand Lion Habitat Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd.

    The three-story Lion Habitat at MGM Grand houses a variety of African lions and cubs, including Goldie, Metro and Baby Lion. You'll see the big cats from all angles in the glass-enclosed 5,345-square-foot structure, as you walk through the see-throug..

  • 11 Desert National Wildlife Range Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Mormon Well Rd

    Protects 2,200sq mi of mountainous habitat favored by desert bighorn sheep, Nevada's state mammal. Unpaved roads, suitable for four-wheel-drive vehicles, probe the remote Mojave and Great Basin Desert backcountry. Travel is restricted to designated r..

  • 12 Bonnie Springs / Old Nevada Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    An 1880s mining town re-created on 115-acre Bonnie Springs Ranch. Nestled in Red Rock Canyon, a 30-minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip, Old Nevada provides plenty of rough-and-tumble action, including gunfights in the streets.

  • 13 New York-New York

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    3790 Las Vegas Blvd.

    The resort depicts the familiar New York skyline with re-creations of familiar landmarks. A replica of the Statue of Libertyis the resort's signature; it's surrounded by 12 New York City towers, including a version of the Empire State Building, the C..

  • 14 Air Play

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    At the Tropicana. 3801 Las Vegas Blvd. S

    Free to the public, this 20-minute dynamic display of music, dancing and acrobatics takes place four times a day, seven days a week, on a stage set amid slot machines below the hotel's historic Tiffany-designed stained-glass ceiling. With high-flying..

  • 15 Circus Circus Big Top

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    It's still a unique destination along the Strip. A literal three-ring circus, which bills itself as the world's largest permanent circus, surrounds the casino with real circus acts performed day and night. Even hardcore slot-pullers take a break to w..

  • 16 The Festival of Fountains

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    The party starts at 10am, when Bacchus, god of wine, wakes up and decides to throw a party for himself. He enlists the powers of Apollo, god of music; Venus, goddess of love; and Plutus, god of wealth. As the festivities begin, the statues talk and m..

  • 17 The Thunderstorm at the Desert Passage

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    At the Aladdin. 3667 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

    Scattered clouds drift across the sky, fog rolls in, the breeze builds; far-off thunder rumbles and a gentle rain falls. The four-minute show takes place every hour on the hour, run by a computer program that coordinates all the special effects. Fog ..

  • 18 Adventuredome

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    2880 Las Vegas Boulevard South

    5-acre elevated park located behind the west tower of Circus Circus. It features the world's only indoor double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster-the Canyon Blaster-which reaches a top speed of 55mph. Set in a Grand Canyon motif, the Adventuredom..

  • 19 Tropicana Resort & Casino

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    3801 Las Vegas Blvd. S

    In recent years, this Polynesian-themed hotel has undergone renovations that include the creation of a shopping arcade. Splash around in the water park, equipped with three pools, five spas, two tropical lagoons, and live flamingos.Noted for the 4,00..

  • 20 Madame Tussaud's Las Vegas

    Museums and art

    At The Venetian. 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

    Here you'll find realistic wax figures of some of the world's most popular film, television, music and sports celebrities, as well as legendary Las Vegas icons. They're all showcased at the Venetian's special two-story Las Vegas site. At Madame Tussa..

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