It is probably going to come as no surprise to you that this list of things to do in Las Vegas 🇺🇸 is going to be dominated by casinos. This is probably one of the top Las Vegas activities. However, don’t fret too much, you don’t have to gamble in these places!
1. The Strip
When it comes to what to do In Las Vegas, this is probably always going to be at the top of somebody’s list. There is no feeling quite like looking down that strip of casinos. The bright lights flashing at you. Make sure that you take it all in! You will be able to see most of the Las Vegas activities we mention on this list along The Strip.
2. The Venetian
This casino is designed to make it seem, like you are right in the heart of Venice. The food on offer here is divine. The gondola rides are even better. There are many people out there who believe that the gondola rides are overpriced, but we do not agree with them. A trip through the canals of The Venetian is likely to be one of the most relaxing experiences of your life.
3. MGM Grand
Of course, the main feature of the MGM Grand is the casino floor. However, you do not really have to be a gambler to experience the place. Here, there are several top entertainment venues including a few night clubs. If you have children in tow, then you will even be able to find a few things that they will be able to enjoy too!
4. New York-New York
This casino comes complete with a skyline that is akin to what you would find in New York. There are scale models of all the top attractions in New York. Inside the casino, you will find plenty of different slot machines and table games to sink your teeth into. The real highlight, however, is the Cirque du Soleil. We are going to talk about that in a short while, though!
5. Mandalay Bay Casino
This casino may not look as visually stunning on the outside as many of the other casinos in Vegas. However, it is w2hat is on the inside that counts. Sure, you have your casino, but make sure you head to the House of Blues Music Hall. The other highlight is the man made beach and the accompanying wave pool.
Yep. This is another city which has been shrunk down to fit inside Las Vegas. There is plenty to do here, but the highlight is a trip up the Eiffel Tower. It is about half the size of the real thing. Here, you will be able to enjoy stunning views over the Las Vegas. You do not have to pay to enter the complex here, and there are plenty of shops to explore.
7. Cirque Du Soleil
This is one for all the family. There are various Cirque du Soleil performances being held throughout Las Vegas, each boasting something different. For example; at Mandalay Bay you can experience a tribute to Michael Jackson. At the New York-New York, it is ‘Criss Angel MINDFREAK’. Take a look through the schedules to see what is most appealing to you.