Top 10 Places To Visit In Las Vegas

OT Staff

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a city in the Nevada desert known for its casinos, shows, and nightlife. It's ideal for adventurous adults seeking luxury and excitement. It's also known as the "Entertainment Capital of the World" and is home to world-class shows, concerts, and performances.

Famous Flamingo Resort and the Ferris Wheel | Shutterstock

The Strip

The Las Vegas Strip is a 2.5-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard, packed with entertainment, luxury hotels, fine dining, and performance venues. Iconic spots like the Bellagio Fountains, the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas, and the Mirage Volcano light up the Strip at night with neon and LED displays.

An aerial view of hotels and casinos by The Strip at night | Shutterstock

Fremont Street Experience

Downtown Las Vegas' five-block entertainment district is famous for its historic casinos, stunning visuals, and overhead LED canopy. Some highlights include the Viva Vision light shows, SlotZilla zip-lining, and live music stages.

The Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas | Shutterstock

Bellagio Resort and Casino

Bellagio is famous for its 8-acre lake and dancing water fountains. Inside, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art and the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens offer a cultural touch amidst the casino atmosphere.

A view of the grand Bellagio Resort and Casino | Shutterstock

The Venetian Resort and Gondola Rides

Modeled after Venice, Italy, the Grand Canal Shoppes offer indoor gondola rides and replica landmarks, complete with singing gondoliers and impressive architecture and artwork.

The roof of the Venetian Resort, Vegas | Shutterstock

Caesars Palace and The Forum Shops

A famous venue for luxury shopping and Roman-themed architecture, Caesars Palace is a staple of Las Vegas opulence. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace offer high-end shopping, renowned restaurants, and the Atlantis Aquarium.

A view of the Caesars Palace | Shutterstock

The Neon Museum

This outdoor museum is dedicated to preserving iconic Las Vegas signs, featuring pieces from old casinos and other businesses. Visitors can enjoy guided tours that provide a rich history of the city through neon, including the restored signs in the Neon Boneyard.

Old Hard Rock cafe sign at Gibson guitar in the Neon Museum, Las Vegas | Shutterstock

High Roller Observation Wheel

With a height of 550 feet, the High Roller is the world's second-largest Ferris wheel and offers breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Valley and the Strip during 30-minute rides.

A view of the High Roller Observation Wheel | Shutterstock

The Mob Museum

The Mob Museum showcases the impact of organised crime on American society. It features interactive exhibits and authentic artefacts, including the St. Valentine's Day Massacre wall.

Interior view of The Mob Museum | Shutterstock

Mandalay Bay and the Shark Reef Aquarium

Mandalay Bay Resort, located at the southern end of the Strip, offers a diverse range of dining and entertainment options. The Shark Reef Aquarium is a major attraction featuring a colossal tank that houses more than 2,000 animals, including endangered green sea turtles, giant rays, and sharks.

Night view of Mandalay Bay | Shutterstock

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Near Las Vegas, this desert area offers panoramic views, hiking, rock climbing, and wildlife viewing. Highlights include scenic drives, various hiking trails, and stunning red sandstone peaks.

A view of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area | Shutterstock

10 Most Picturesque States In The US