Things To Do in Vegas





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Pink Jeep Tours - Built and designed specifically for Pink Jeep Tours, The Tour Trekker is the first-of-its-kind, luxurious yet rugged, all-terrain vehicle. As one of the few Las Vegas tour companies to possess off-road permits, guests experience areas inaccessible to most. From Grand Canyon to Hoover Dam to Mt. Charleston, there are 10 tours showcasing the Southwest's breathtaking landscape.

Gray Line Tours - Coach America/Gray Line Tours can help you see the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, downtown Las Vegas and more all by riding in a comfortable bus and while being guided by an experienced, knowledgeable guide.

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Bellagio - Bellagio has earned the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award for 2009, making this the sixth time the property has received this award. Bellagio combines Old World elegance with modern luxuries in a 3,900 room resort in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Amenities include a business center, 24-hour room service, concierge services, restaurant, fitness center, hair dryer, high-speed Internet, pool and spa.

Luxor Hotel and Casino - Aside from its dramatic structure, Luxor Hotel and Casino provides an even more awe-inspiring sight as guests step inside and witness the world's largest open atrium. With more than 4,400 guest rooms the hotel provides much more than luxury room accommodations, top-notch room service, and impeccable customer service. From electrifying entertainment and nightlife, to relaxing spas and signature restaurants, Luxor offers guests a unique and memorable visit.

New York-New York Hotel & Casino - The best of the Big Apple buzzes inside the New York New York Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. The trip begins with a stroll across a 300-foot Brooklyn Bridge, past facades of 12 New York-style skyscrapers (all one-third scale, including a 47-story Empire State Building) and ends at a 150-foot Statue of Liberty.

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Emeril’s - The celebrity chef gives Las Vegas fine dining his signature "bam!" With scallops from Maine, pike from the Midwest, and chicken from Alabama, Emeril's serves a fresh and distinctive blend of Creole/Cajun specialties. Add to that a wine list that received Wine Spectator's 1999 "Best of Award of Excellence," and funky New Orleans architecture, and you'll feel closer to Bourbon Street than the Vegas Strip.

Hard Rock Café - There's something for all appetites at the Hard Rock Cafe. They offer quality, classic American food in their unique, high-energy, music memorabilia-packed atmosphere. Group dining area available.

A Cut Above Restaurant - Whether you are looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner, our reasonably priced menu features a great selection of steaks, chicken and delicious appetizers. With a great view of the surrounding mountains, you stay cozy and warm by the restaurant's fireplaces.

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Las Vegas 51s AAA Baseball - Looking for some good ole fashion All-American baseball? Look no further than the Las Vegas 51's AAA Baseball club. You'll enjoy a day at the ballbark just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. April through September.

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Indoor Attractions



Miracle Mile Shops - Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is a 1.2 mile retail/entertainment complex at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Miracle Mile Shops boasts streamlined and modernized storefronts, people movers, a backlit-sidewalk water feature, state-of-the-art LED video screens, crystal chandeliers and contemporary, color-coded kiosks. )

Las Vegas North Premium Outlets - Shop more than 150 designer and name-brand outlet stores offering savings of 25 to 65 percent every day. Stores include Adidas, A|X Armani Exchange, Banana Republic, Catherine Malandrino, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger and many more. Includes a large food court and a wide range of customer services.

Grand Canal Shoppes - Part of the charm of The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian is the "Streetmosphere" created by an international roster of classically trained singers, actors and musicians. Daily performances in St. Mark's Square add an unexpected element of entertainment to the shopping experience and embellish the center's unique and vibrant atmosphere. Admission is free.

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CSI: The Experience - Test your inner crime-solver at the blockbuster new show at MGM Grand, CSI: The Experience! Survey the crime scene, gather the evidence and solve the case! This dynamic interactive experience offers visitors a hands-on challenge to solve a hypothetical crime: 3 murders, 15 lab stations, 15 suspects, 3 killers.

CSN Planetarium & Observatory - CSN Planetarium & Observatory have educational and entertaining programs year-round.

Sky Zone Sports - A sports, fitness and entertainment center that is home to The World's First All-Trampoline-Walled Playing Field with suspended rotating goals. SkyMania offers the first truly 3-Dimensional sports games and activities where players are moving on the ground, zooming 10-15 feet in the air, and running on sidewalls all at the same time.

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Outdoor Attractions





Hoover Dam - Hoover Dam is a testimony to a country's ability to construct monolithic projects in the midst of adverse conditions. Built during the Depression; thousands of men and their families came to Black Canyon to tame the Colorado River. It took less than five years, in a harsh and barren land, to build the largest dam of its time.

Cowboy Trail Rides - With six different rides to choose from, experienced riders and first timers are sure to have a blast exploring the beautiful area of Las Vegas. Children 8 years and older are welcome on most rides and you can even enjoy a barbecue on the sunset ride! Saddle up and get ready for an experience of a lifetime!

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National Atomic Testing Museum - This affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution is a first-rate museum that highlights the history of the Nevada Test Site and the atomic history of the United States. The museum is almost 10,000 square feet and has something for everyone including interactive displays, videos, timelines, equipment and more. There is even a replica of a bunker where you can experience an atomic explosion complete with a video of an explosion, sound effects, hot-air bursts and vibrations. This is an amazing museum you don’t want to miss out on!

Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum - This museum is not like every other museum. With 3-D, interactive exhibits the story of the Boulder City Project comes to life. At the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum in The Boulder Dam Hotel you will learn all about the struggles of the city during the Great Depression and how Hoover Dam was built by providing thousands of jobs. There are interesting photographs, oral histories, artifacts and the sounds of construction. Visitors gain a greater appreciates of the struggles of those who settled the city and the construction workers who risked their lives to build Hoover Dam.

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Golf Courses & Clubs



Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods Oasis - Come relax in the beautiful pools at Caesars Palace. There are six breathtaking pools, cabanas, and places to lie out. There are more than 40 cabanas with stocked refrigerators, flat-screen televisions, DVD players, iPod docks, wireless Internet and more.

Flamingo - Beach Club Pool- Surrounded by beautiful 15 acre tropical retreat, the stunning pools at The Flamingo interconnect through the lagoons and around a magnificent cascading waterfall and seasonal waterslide. Enjoy sunbathing or a leisurely swim in crystal clear waters.

Gold Nugget Pool - The notorious Golden Nugget pool is known as The Tank -- a $30 million complex complete with a shark tank, a 3-story waterslide and thirteen private cabanas.

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Coyote Springs Golf Club- Coyote Springs Golf Course is par-72, and ranges from 5,349 yards from the forward tees to 7,471 yards to the championship tees. There are gorgeous mountain views and 11 lakes, so you are in for a treat.

Las Vegas Golf Club - The oldest golf course in Las Vegas is one of the busiest in the country, and a local favorite. Las Vegas Golf Club recently underwent $4 million worth of renovations. Wide, tree-lined fairways, a lighted driving range and a new clubhouse highlight this city-owned facility, operated by American Golf Corporation.

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Movie Theaters





Century Cinemark South Point Movie Theatre- The theater in the South Point Casino Hotel and Spa is a great place to experience the latest films. The screens and sound systems are state of the art and the seating is comfortable. Don’t miss out!

West Wind Las Vegas 5 Drive-In Movie Theaters - Enjoy watching a first-run Hollywood film in a classic drive in setting. Never been to a drive in? You'll enjoy watching the movie on an outdoor screen, from the comfort of your own car. Just pull right in, tune your radio, and enjoy the movie! Snack stand is available.

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Death Valley National Park - Death Valley National Park, 130 miles Northwest of Las Vegas, is transected from east to west by California Highway 190.

Valley of Fire State Park - Valley of Fire derives its name from the spectacular red sandstone formations in the park. A visitor’s information center located within the park includes exhibits on geology, prehistory and ecology of the park. There are camping sites, picnicking sites and hiking opportunities for the visitor.

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