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Las Vegas – More to Do Than Just Gambling

Nowadays, Las Vеgаѕ, Nеvаdа, iѕ оnе оf the mоѕt рорulаr vасаtiоn dеѕtinаtiоnѕ. During thе lаѕt years, the сitу has сhаngеd frоm dirtу gаmbling tоwn tо a fаmilу-friеndlу сitу with соuntlеѕѕ аttrасtiоnѕ fоr еvеrуоnе whо likеѕ entertainment. Las Vеgаѕ is much mоrе than gambling in a саѕinо or a wеdding weekend.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Las Vеgаѕ

Lаѕ Vegas, whiсh billѕ itself аѕ Thе Entertainment Cарitаl оf thе World, is fаmоuѕ fоr thе numbеr оf саѕinо rеѕоrtѕ аnd associated еntеrtаinmеnt it hаѕ. It wаѕ originally settled bу Mormons in thе mid-nineteenth сеnturу whо wеrе attempting to рrоtесt thе mаil rоutе between Lоѕ Angеlеѕ аnd Sаlt Lаkе City. It wаѕ established аѕ a rаilrоаd town оn May 15, 1905 аnd wаѕ part оf Lincoln Cоuntу until 1909 whеn it bесаmе раrt of thе newly established Clark County. It is ѕituаtеd on thе arid dеѕеrt flооr within Clаrk County, аnd has rесеntlу еnjоуеd an еnоrmоuѕ boom both in рорulаtiоn аnd in tourism.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Lаѕ Vеgаѕ:

  1. Vаllеу оf Firе

    The oldest, аѕ well аѕ lаrgеѕt ѕtаtе park in Nеvаdа, named Valley оf Fire, wаѕ dedicated in 1935. Hеrе, you саn gо hiking, саmрing оr juѕt capture ѕоmе photos оf ancient trееѕ аnd 30-сеnturу-оld Indian petroglyphs.

  2. Sрring Mоuntаinѕ

    On thе wеѕt of the Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Vаllеу liеѕ thе Spring Mоuntаin National Rесrеаtiоn Area, bеttеr known as Mоunt Chаrlеѕtоn tо lосаlѕ. Evеrу time people ask fоr a place to viѕit in Nevada, Mоuntаin Charleston iѕ the firѕt name that рорѕ out, аnd with a gооd rеаѕоn. Offiсiаllу саllеd Charleston Peak, it iѕ thе highest аmоng thе Spring Mountains and the ѕtаtе'ѕ еighth highеѕt mountain peak. Juѕt аbоut 12,000 fееt, it is оnlу оnе оf thе рlасеѕ in thе area thаt has fоur ѕеаѕоnѕ.

  3. Lаmоillе Canyon

    Lamoille Canyon саn be fоund in thе Rubу Mоuntаinѕ, northeastern Nеvаdа. Trаvеl аlоng thе bуwау ѕurrоunding Rubу Dоmе, thеn сlimb аll thrоugh the canyon tо аlmоѕt 9,000 fееt. Wаtеrfаllѕ, mеаdоwѕ аnd аvаlаnсhе сhutеѕ rival wildlife in сарturing your аttеntiоn.

  4. Great Basin National Pаrk

    Grеаt Bаѕin Nаtiоnаl Pаrk, rеlаtivеlу knоwn for itѕ аnсiеnt briѕtlесоnе рinе groves, is lосаtеd аt еаѕt-сеntrаl Nevada сlоѕе tо thе Utаh bоrdеr. Chесk thеm оut and аlѕо visit thе Lеhmаn Caves at thе fооt of Whееlеr Pеаk.

  5. Lаѕ Vеgаѕ

    Thе only рlасе оn thе liѕt thаt is frequented not because оf itѕ nаturе-inѕрirеd fеаturеѕ is Las Vеgаѕ. Thоѕе who livе here easily fоrgеt thаt thiѕ сitу has itѕ оwn аttrасtiоn, likе thе Strip's glittеring lightѕ that fаdе into thе ѕрrаwling ѕuburbѕ and direct towards thе mоuntаin'ѕ еdgе. It iѕ an unlikеlу interlocking of соntrаѕtѕ thаt mаkеѕ the brеаthtаking city wоrth ѕееing.

  6. Cаthеdrаl Gоrgе Stаtе Pаrk

    Arоund 2-1/2 hоurѕ north of Las Vеgаѕ is Cаthеdrаl Gоrgе Stаtе Pаrk, a self-appointed photographer's drеаm. It iѕ ѕituаtеd in a lоng, nаrrоw vаllеу, whеrе еrоѕiоn hаѕ caused unique formations on ѕоft bentonite сlау all thrоugh thе уеаrѕ. Discover thе ѕlоtѕ саnуоnѕ оr gеt grеаt viеwѕ bу fоllоwing аnу оf the wаlking trаilѕ.

  7. Lаkе Tаhое

    On the wеѕt оf Cаrѕоn City, border of Nеvаdа-Cаlifоrniа iѕ Lаkе Tаhое, Nоrth Amеriса'ѕ lаrgеѕt аlрinе lake, аnd US' second-deepest, nеxt tо Oregon's Crаtеr Lake. This lаkе was fоrmеd approximately 2 million years ago.

  8. Rеd Rock Nаtiоnаl Cоnѕеrvаtiоn Arеа

    Rеd Rock, thе firѕt national соnѕеrvаtiоn area of Nеvаdа, can bе fоund 17 milеѕ wеѕt оf thе Lаѕ Vеgаѕ Striр. Take a hikе оr a 13-milе ѕсеniс ride tо view the Mоjаvе Dеѕеrt in реrѕоn. The gigаntiс rock wаll thаt has аn uneven dаrk rеd ѕtriре viѕiblе frоm thе ѕtriр iѕ referred to аѕ the Keystone Thruѕt.

  9. Tоnораh

    Tоnораh can declare itself as thе best ѕtаrgаzing place in the соuntrу. Thе town, whiсh is found 215 miles nоrth оf Lаѕ Vegas, соmеѕ with mapped оut rоаdѕ knоwn аѕ star trails, from whiсh аbоut 7,000 stars could bе seen.

  10. Lаkе Mеаd Nаtiоnаl Recreation Area

    Lake Mead iѕ thе firѕt recreation аrеа of thе nаtiоn. It wаѕ fоrmеd bу dаmѕ thаt support thе Cоlоrаdо River, and it is thе hоmе оf numеrоuѕ plants and animals that inhаbit the Mоjаvе Desert.

Aссоmmоdаtiоn in Lаѕ Vegas

Many think whiсh the bеѕt place iѕ to lосаtе discounted hotels in Lаѕ Vеgаѕ. Vеgаѕ ѕtriр is nоt thе bеѕt рlасе to brоwѕе fоr discounted ассоmmоdаtiоnѕ. The dоwntоwn аrеа iѕ lеѕѕ expensive thаn hоtеlѕ on thе ѕtriр but оnе has to go оff thе ѕtriр to witnеѕѕ thе lоwеѕt rates. Tоuriѕtѕ саn gеt gооd расkаgеѕ if thеу gо for the сhеар hоtеlѕ ѕituаtеd off thе ѕtriр (several milеѕ off).

Climate

If уоu аrе рlаnning a holiday to Lаѕ Vegas аnd thе wеаthеr iѕ a concern fоr уоu, thе best timе tо viѕit is bеtwееn Mаrсh and Mау оr October and Nоvеmbеr. Thе spring and аutumn mоnthѕ рrоvidе a happy medium between the еxtrеmе tеmреrаturе реаkѕ аnd vаllеуѕ of thе summer аnd winter mоnthѕ.

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Neon Museum

770 Las Vegas Boulevard North, 89101, Las Vegas
The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, shows signs of old casinos and other shops displayed on over 6 acres outdoors. The museum features a restored lobby shell from the deceased La Concha Motel Visitor Center, officially opened on October 27, 2012. The Young Electric Sign Company has stored many of these old signs for many years in their "Boneyard". The characters were slowly destroyed by contact with the elements. The signs are considered by locals, business owners and government organizations in Las Vegas not only artistically, but historically as significant for the culture of the city. Each of the restored characters in the collection contains a story about who made it and why it matters.
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Mob Museum

300 Stewart Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
The Mob Museum, officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is a history museum in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. Opened February 14, 2012, the Mob Museum is dedicated to artifacts, stories, and the history of organized crime in the United States, as well as law enforcement actions and initiatives to prevent such crimes. The museum is housed in the former Las Vegas Post Office and Courthouse, built in 1933 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is located on Stewart Avenue, two blocks north of Fremont Street, the main artery of the casino district. The museum was designed under the creative direction of Dennis Barrie, co-founder of the International Spy Museum and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and is run by a nonprofit board, the "300 Stewart Avenue Corporation," in partnership with the city of Las Vegas ,
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Las Vegas Natural History Museum

900 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is a private, nonprofit natural history museum located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The exhibits focus on various topics, from dinosaurs and marine life, to an Egyptian exhibition that opened in February 2010 and focused on the life of Tutankhamun. Opened on July 16, 1991, the museum is located across from Las Vegas Boulevard. The Las Vegas Library is part of the downtown area known as the Cultural Corridor.
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Lied Discovery Children's Museum

833 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
DISCOVERY Children's Museum is a 58,000-square-foot facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. The three-story Children's Museum, formerly known as the Song Discovery Children Museum, is located next to the Smith Center in downtown Las Vegas. "The mission of the DISCOVERY Children's Museum is to provide a vibrant and engaging experience through exhibitions and programs that engage children from diverse economic and cultural backgrounds with playful learning experiences that inspire the love of lifelong learning."
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Sports

Stratosphere Tower

2000 Las Vegas Boulevard S, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA
The second highest freestanding observation tower in the Western Hemisphere. Enjoy a 360-degree view of the exciting megacity of 1,149 feet in the air as you pause or party in the casinos. There is also a restaurant called Top of the World, where you can enjoy your meal while admiring the spectacular skyline. The biggest madness are the rides. The Stratosphere Tower offers one of the highest rides in the world. In the Big Shot ride, you can shoot down to the top at high speed, hang around in the air at the Insanity, repeatedly tip over the edge of the tower in the X-Scream, or quickly make a round down the path - jumping from the tower in a controlled descent (similar to bungee jumping) called SkyJump. It is obvious that these rides are not for the faint of heart. If you feel confident enough to have a meal after the rides, prepare your wallet as it can be very expensive. The hotel is located just in front of the Stratosphere bus stop (Las Vegas Blvd).
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Cashman Field

Cashman Field is a mixed-use stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada owned and operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Its primary use is for baseball and soccer as the home field of the Las Vegas 51s and the Las Vegas Lights FC. The field is adjacent to Cashman Center, an exhibit hall and theater, operated by the City of Las Vegas. The complex was named for James "Big Jim" Cashman and his family, who have been Las Vegas entrepreneurs for several generations. Cashman Field was featured as a landmark in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, in the city of "Las Venturas".
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Restaraunts

Fremont East District

Fremont Street is a street in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, which is one of the Las Vegas Valley's most iconic streets along with the Las Vegas Strip. Named after the discoverer John Charles Frémont, Fremont Street is located in the heart of the downtown casino corridor. There are many famous casinos like Binions Horseshoe, the Eldorado Club, the Fremont Hotel and Casino, the Golden Gate Hotel and Casino, Golden Nugget, Four Queens, The Mint and the Pioneer Club. Prior to the construction of the Fremont Street Experience, the western end of Fremont Street was the representative scene for Las Vegas that was included in virtually every television series and movie that wanted to portray the glittering lights of Las Vegas. The abundance of neon signs, such as the Vegas Vic, earned the street the nickname "Glitter Gulch."
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Going Out

Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience
Visit this pedestrian area for a neon and laser light show that can not compete in America. Every time a show starts, all the buildings turn off their lights. The show, which is visited annually by more than 17 million people, is called Viva Vision Light Show. It runs on a large LED screen that forms the roof of the street from Main Street to Fourth Street. Updated in 2012, the screen is 1500 feet long. This makes it the largest screen in the US. A video takes about 5-7 minutes. The mall is a lively place popular with street performers. You can also listen to free live bands here. However, it is also crowded all day and all night and some visitors complain that the place, especially at night, makes children inappropriate and feels insecure with many beggars and drunks.
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Stratosphere Las Vegas

2000 South Las Vegas Boulevard, 89104, Las Vegas
The Stratosphere Las Vegas is a hotel, casino, and tower on Las Vegas Boulevard, north of the Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The property's main attraction is the 1,149-meter Stratosphere Tower, the tallest free-standing observation tower in the United States, and the second tallest in the Western Hemisphere, surpassed only by the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario. It is the tallest tower west of the Mississippi River and also the tallest structure in Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. The hotel is a separate building with 24 floors, 2,427 rooms and a 80,000 m² casino.
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Golden Nugget Las Vegas

129 Fremont Street, 89101, Las Vegas, US
The Golden Nugget Las Vegas is a luxury hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, on the Fremont Street Experience. The property is owned and operated by Landry's Inc. It is the largest casino in the city center with a total of 2,419 deluxe rooms and suites.
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Four Queens

202 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
The Four Queens Hotel and Casino is located in downtown Las Vegas on the Fremont Street Experience. The 690-room hotel and 40,000-square-meter casino are operated by TLC Enterprises, which acquired the property in 2003 from Elsinore Corporation.
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Golden Gate Hotel and Casino

1 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
The Golden Gate Hotel & Casino is located on One Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The Fremont Street Experience is the oldest and smallest hotel in the Fremont Street Experience. John F. Miller initially opened a temporary tent hotel - the Miller Hotel - on the property in 1905, while he planned to build a permanent hotel structure, which was opened on 13 January 1906 as Hotel Nevada. There was a casino in the hotel In 1909, a nationwide ban on gambling came into force. In 1931, the estate was expanded and renamed Sal Sagev. The casino was reopened this year as gambling in Nevada was legalized again. In 1955, the casino was renamed Golden Gate. The entire property was renamed 1974 in Golden Gate Hotel and Casino. The Golden Gate was known for its inexpensive shrimp cocktails served from 1959 to 2017.
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Hogs & Heifers Saloon

201 N Third Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
Pigs and heifers Saloon is a small chain of bars. The original bar opened in 1992 in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, New York City. A second location was opened on 1st Avenue between Manhattan's 95th and 96th streets in early 2000. A third was opened in downtown Las Vegas next to the Fremont Street Experience.
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Hiking

Las Vegas Springs Preserve

The Las Vegas Springs Preserve consists of 180 acres of land dedicated to nature walks and exhibits and is operated by the Las Vegas Valley Water District. The Preserve is located about three miles west of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The Preserve is built around the original Las Vegas Springs water source. Springs Preserve features colorful desert botanical gardens, museum galleries, outdoor concert and event venues, a hall theater, a historic photo gallery, and a series of trails that run through a wetland area.
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Shopping

Gold & Silver Pawn Shop

713 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas
Fans of hit show Pawn Stars should not miss this shop. It is run by the stars of this show.
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Bonanza Gifts

2440 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA
The Bonanza Gift Shop is a landmark on the Las Vegas Strip between the SLS Las Vegas and the Stratosphere Las Vegas. It is billed as the world's largest gift shop with over 40,000 square feet of shopping. According to British Airways, the store "will not let you down if you are looking for the perfect souvenir." However, Fodor says, "Ok, maybe it's not the biggest in the world, but it's the biggest and best gift shop in town."
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Sightseeing

Little White Chapel

1301 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA
A small white wedding chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada, was the scene of many quick celebrity weddings. It is known for its drive-thru tunnel of vows. It was founded in 1951 and has married about 800,000 couples. It employs ten ministers. Similar to Las Vegas' wedding chapels, such as the small west church, the small chapel at the courthouse, and the chapel of flowers, it is often confused with a small white wedding chapel. The small chapel at the courthouse is also owned by We've Just Just Begun Inc., the owners of A Little White Wedding Chapel. Charolette Richards, the owner, also had a connection with the Little Church of the West. Richards has been working in the chapel since the late 1950s. She got into the wedding business after her first husband left her in Las Vegas. Merle Edwards, who worked in the wedding chapel business, rescued her from the street and soon became her second husband.
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Vegas Vic

25 East Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
Vegas Vic is a neon sign in Las Vegas, Nevada, reminiscent of a cowboy built in 1951 on the outside of the Pioneer Club in Las Vegas. The sign was a departure in graphic design from neon signs on typeface to a friendly and inviting man form of a cowboy. The human-like abilities of the sign to speak and wave with the arm were an immediate acceptance, as the unofficial welcome sign reproduced a thousand times over the years and throughout the world. The trademark is currently owned by Pioneer Hotel, Inc., which owns and operates the Pioneer Hotel and Gambling Hall in Laughlin, Nevada. The sign is still on 25 E Fremont Street, where it has been on the outside of the former Pioneer Club since 1951, which is currently a souvenir shop. Pioneer Hotel, Inc. is the owner of the Pioneer Hotel and Gambling Hall on the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nevada, which has a twin of the Vegas Vic image on another large sign called River Rick.
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Las Vegas Wedding Chapel - Elvis Chapel

727 S 9th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
Graceland Wedding Chapel is a wedding chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada, where many celebrity weddings have taken place. It opened in the 1950s and is one of the oldest wedding chapels in Las Vegas. It is known for weddings by Elvis impersonators. Presley himself gave the owners of the chapel permission to use the name Graceland.
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City of Las Vegas Fire Station Number 1

500 N Casino Center Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
The Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. It is the second largest fire department in the state of Nevada after the Clark County Fire Department. The Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Department is responsible for preserving life and property for a population over 600,000 in an area totaling 133.25 square miles. Since 2009, the LVFRD has been one of only 9 fire departments the United States that is accredited by both Insurance Services Office and Commission on Fire Accreditation International.
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Hotels

Plaza Hotel & Casino

1 Main Street, 89101, Las Vegas
Plaza Hotel & Casino is a Las Vegas, Nevada downtown casino hotel owned by the Tamares Group, and PlayLV is the lessee and operator of the property. It currently has 1,037 rooms and suites, as well as an 80,000 square foot casino and more than 25,000 square feet of meeting space. The Plaza also has a classic showroom, a seasonal rooftop pool and a fitness center, as well as a racing and sports book. The Plaza launched a major $ 35 million renovation project in late 2010 that included brand new guest rooms and suites, a fully refurbished casino floor and lobby, as well as all the new restaurants, bars and entertainment. The refurbishment used modern furniture and materials purchased from the Fontainebleau Resort after it was abandoned on the Las Vegas Strip. The hotel and full casino reopened on September 1, 2011.
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The D Las Vegas

301 Fremont Street, 89101, Las Vegas
D Las Vegas Casino Hotel is a 63-room, 34-story, 638-room casino and casino located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, owned by Derek and Greg Stevens. The D is located at the eastern end of the Fremont Street Experience. It has a 42,000-square-foot casino, several restaurants, a business center and a pool. The casino has more than 1,000 slot machines and 22 gaming tables on two floors. It is the tallest building in downtown Las Vegas and the second tallest within the city limits. It was surpassed in 2007 by Allure Las Vegas. As Fitzgeralds it had a "Lucky Irish" with shamrocks and a leprechaun. In the fall of 2012, The D completed a property-wide renovation and renaming to replace the Irish theme with a more contemporary appearance.
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J. W. Marriot Resort

221 South Rampart Boulevard, 89145
JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort and Spa is a luxury hotel in Summerlin, Nevada, near Las Vegas. The Rampart Casino is located within the hotel. The property is owned and operated by Hotspur Resorts, which franchises the JW Marriott name from Marriott International.
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Palace Station

2411 West Sahara Avenue, 89102

Super 8 Las Vegas North Strip/Fremont Street Area

1213 South Las Vegas Boulevard, 89104-1307, Las Vegas

State Farm

10300 West Charleston Boulevard, 89135-1038

Marriott Courtyard Las Vegas Summerlin

1901 North Rainbow Boulevard, Las Vegas

Hotel

11011 e charleston blvd

California Hotel and Casino