Popovich Comedy Pet Theater
You and your family will enjoy seeing animals perform as one of the top things to do in Las Vegas at the Popovich Comedy Pet Theater. This 70-minute show also features the dazzling juggling skills of circus legend Gregory Popovich.
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Enjoy some education and exploration with your entertainment at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum. From dinosaurs to ancient history exhibits, the whole family will enjoy visiting one of the best-known Las Vegas attractions.
Premium Las Vegas Tours With Lions!
The Lion Habitat Ranch near Las Vegas puts you up close and personal with over 40 lions and their cubs. You can upgrade to a guided tour that provides a behind-the-scenes tour that everyone is sure to remember.
Jumping Jacks and Jills
You and your family can “get your jump on” at the Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Go vertical and head-over-heels at this massive trampoline walk where you can literally bounce off the walls. Have some fun, be silly, and burn some calories!
The Sweeter Things in Life
Located on the Strip, Hershey’s Chocolate World offers visitors over 800 types of Hershey products, gifts, and experiences. Satisfy your sweet tooth and more at this two-story candy store right in front of the New York-New York hotel and casino.
The Ultimate in Kids Play
The LOL Kids Club is a giant indoor playground and stands as one of the best Las Vegas attractions for kids. From ball pits to Nerf wars, this is a great place for kids to have fun while burning off some energy.
Bellagio Water Show
No Vegas trip is complete without a trip to see the Bellagio Fountains, one of the best things to do in Las Vegas. Viewable from the sidewalk, this free show features “dancing” water displays set to music regularly throughout the day and into the night.
Pinball Hall of Fame
Gamers of all ages will enjoy a visit to the Pinball Hall of Fame. This museum features over 25,000 square feet of classic pinball machines and arcade games. While admission is free, you’ll need to bring quarters if you want to play.
An Eruption of Entertainment
When the sun goes down, be sure to catch the Volcano in front of the Mirage Casino and Hotel on the Strip. Each evening the volcano erupts three to four times set to lights and music. This show is free to viewers of all ages.
Welcome to Las Vegas
Make sure you spare some time to visit the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign at the south end of the Strip. Visitors from all over make time to stop and take pictures with this most iconic landmark. There’s no charge!