With so many things to do in Las Vegas, you can easily see why it is referred to as the Entertainment Capital of the World!
Freemont Street, also known as the old Strip, was Las Vegas’ first paved road and home to its first hotel.
A non-profit organization, the Neon Museum’s mission is to collect and preserve the city’s retired neon signs.
Experiences cover the topics of science, technology, engineering, art, and math, also known as STEAM education.
You’ll stumble upon petrified trees and petroglyphs (rock carvings) from thousands of years ago.
Vacationers looking for adrenaline-pumping fun can experience Las Vegas falling from above.
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