Places to Visit on Your Next Trip To Las Vegas

Your next trip to Las Vegas may well be the time of your life. Whether you are visiting family, on business or on vacation, there is an incredible selection of activities and places to see. Begin making your itinerary now so that you don’t miss a second of excitement during your stay. 

Each hotel and resort has its own special attraction, and New York-New York is no different. New York New York features a replicated New York skyline complete with the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and Greenwich Village, and its roller coaster is designed to look like Checkered Cabs. Another popular Las Vegas attraction is the Secret Garden and the Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage. Located on the Strip, this research facility designed for tigers, leopards, panthers and dolphins is actually the brain child of Siegfried and Roy, whose goal it is to educate the public about dolphins and big cats. Hours vary, and admission ranges from $14.95 for children to $19.95 for adults. If you have ever dreamed of investigating crimes, CSI: The Experience may be for you. Located at the MGM Grand, CSI: The Experience allows you to sort through 15 different suspects as you work to solve three separate simulated murders. The interactive exhibit allows visitors to use the same techniques real crime scene investigators use as they follow clues from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Admission is $31.50 per person.Finally, when you have a need for speed, check out Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The Ferrari F430 GT race car isn’t street legal, but you can take it for five laps around the track, try out 3D racing simulators and enjoy the experience of a lifetime starting at $499. 

 

Consider vacation home rentals in Las Vegas for your next trip to this city, where you can enjoy your time away from all the crowns and in the privacy of a luxurious home resort.

Comments

I want it!

I must admit, I have managed to be lucky enough to find an American Cruise holiday among many other holidays I have been looking at for the past few months, purely because now I have reached 21, I really want to visit Las Vegas; purely to see if I could handle it!!

Reading this has actually helped a little as I kind of didn't want to believe it was all just casinos and flashing lights... Well, as my uncle described it "Narnia for Gamblers and Party people". I can't wait to get there. Roll on September 2013!!