What To Do In Las Vegas!

Las Vegas Strip

The Las Vegas Strip is the first thing that comes to mind when someone is planning a trip to Nevada. Usually people spend a whole day here exploring the many different casinos and hotels like the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, and ARIA. Be sure to check out MGM Grand’s glorified adult arcade, Level Up, full of beer pong, billiards, one of the largest games of Pac-Man on Earth and more.

Making a day of it? Take a visit to  CBS Television City where you can sign up to be a focus group for new shows on channels like CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon and other viacom networks!

 

Fremont Street

Also known as “Old Las Vegas”, this strip allows for a whole day (or night) of activities. Start the day by walking the strip and taking in all of the classic attractions like Vegas Vic, try your luck with a free spin on a slot machine outside Binion’s and Four Queens, then take a tour of Banger Brewing. As the sun goes down, experience and interact with the street entertainment on Fremont Street.

Some of the top bars to check out on Fremont Street are:

Gold Spike– for life-sized Jenga, tetherball, pool, and a fun atmosphere (Plus, this was the home of MTV’s Real World: Season 31!)
Artifice– for an artsy, more intimate night out with friends.
Commonwealth– this swanky, upscale cocktail bar is a collision of art and architecture with its very own secret bar.
Velveteen Rabbit– this is the best location to enjoy some incredible cocktails and mingle with friends and hip individuals looking to get away from the crowded clubs.

 

Grand Canyon

Visiting the Grand Canyon is an eye-catching, breath-taking experience that is a great way to spend a day while in Nevada. When viewing the South Rim, be sure to take the short hike down below it and see the rim from a different angle.  Crowds start to dwindle around late August and the slowest times of the year are December, January, and February. Take the stress of of getting there and rent one of our many charter buses!

Pro Tip: The busiest time of the year is from Memorial Day to Labor Day, which is also the hottest time of the year around the Canyon.

Hoover Dam

When you travel, the most stressful thing about getting out and seeing new things is wondering how you’re going to get there and back. Rent one of our charter buses to take you across safely and use the pull-off locations to step out and take pictures and embrace the beauty of the Hoover Dam. Whether you’re looking to do a guided tour of the Dam or enjoy the experience for free, stay safe with our experienced drivers leading the way. Request a quote now!

 

Red Rock Canyon

If you’re looking for a little exercise and adventure on your trip to Nevada, you absolutely need to check out Red Rock Canyon. According to the Red Rock Canyon Las Vegas official website, some of the top hikes and trails to check out are the Moenkopi Loop, Calico Hills, and Turtlehead Peak. You can even camp at Red Rock Canyon!

 

Museums

The summer heat in Las Vegas can be brutal, so if you’re looking for some inside fun, why not visit some of the must-see museums in the area:

The Mob Museum
The Neon Museum
The Burlesque Hall of Fame
The Pinball Hall of Fame
The Nevada State Museum

And if you have little ones with you, take them to the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum! There are so many museums around Las Vegas, make a day of it and rent an SUV or charter bus to take stress off of your travels for the day.

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