Non-Casino Travel Destinations in Las Vegas

What do you think of when you hear the word, Nevada? Of course Las Vegas. Las Vegas is known as Sin City because of the lively atmosphere at night there, but what about other tourist destinations besides nightlife?

Las Vegas has many non-casino tourist destinations that you can enjoy, these are some of them.

1. Fremont Street

Fremont Street is the most famous street after The Strip. The name Fremont is a tribute to John Charles Fremont, an explorer. If The Strip is full of nightlife like casinos, then Fremont Street is full of other kinds of entertainment such as lights, music, and much more. In addition, Fremont Street is

often included in various kinds of feature films, video games, and television series. Before it was as famous as it is now, Fremont Street also has many resorts and casinos. But now casinos like The Mint, Golden Nugget, and Eldorado Club.

2. Bellagio Resort Fine Art and Fountain Show

Bellagio Resort is one of the best resorts that you can get as your accommodation while in Las Vegas. Bellagio Resort is famous for various kinds of entertainment such as museums containing high-value art, conservation gardens containing various kinds of plants, and the most popular is the magnificent fountain show with music playing. For many people, this fountain show is a very great source of entertainment and an unforgettable experience.

3. Caesar’s Palace

Caesar’s Palace is a famous resort in Las Vegas with an Italian theme during the Roman era. The resort also has many other attractions such as shopping centers and the most interesting is The Colosseum, a music stage that has been occupied by many famous musicians to entertain visitors. Musicians who have performed at The Colosseum are Elton John and Celine Dion. Tickets for The Colosseum are often sold out, so if you’re interested it’s best to make a reservation in advance.

4. The Mob Museum

This museum is a historic place for the law in the United States because this is a place that keeps various records of criminal and law enforcement actions that have occurred in the United States. Here you can also ask a tour guide for help to direct you to an interesting criminal and legal history to follow. Standing on a building with a classic style, the mob museum which was founded in 2012 also has many events that visitors can attend such as underground live music, education about crime, the history of drug trafficking, and even free COVID-19 vaccinations. The museum has admission prices ranging from $30 to $49 per person.

5. Neon Museum

Las Vegas is famous for its bright night atmosphere, what is the cause of all that? Fluorescent lamps. The museum is located at 770 Las Vegas Boulevard North. Here you can see a variety of neon lights that were once displayed throughout Las Vegas. Many of them are historically important relics for Sin City, as many of them have been replaced with new neon lights or have been replaced with new icons. The Neon Museum obtains these old neon lights by buying, repairing, and then storing them for display in the museum.

6. Stratosphere Tower

Stratosphere Tower is a building you can’t possibly miss. How not, towering as high as 1,149 feet or about 350 meters. Here you can stay and enjoy the view of Las Vegas from above. The Observation Tower is also the tallest in the United States. The Skypods available here also offer a variety of attractions such as SkyJump, X Scream, and Big Shot. In addition, you can also enjoy dinner accompanied by views of Las Vegas at night from the air. This building is also a hotel you can stay per night starting at $27. The chapel is also available here if you want to have a wedding party.

7. Madame Tussaud’s

You may already be familiar with sculptures made of stone or other hard materials, but what about wax? If you are familiar with wax statues, surely you have heard of Madame Tussaud’s, a wax sculpture museum that captures various kinds of public figures using wax media. Sculptures made

with wax are considered very realistic because they can be colored better, so don’t be surprised if you see many people standing stiffly in various corners of the room with name tags plastered in front of them.