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The Neon Museum
8
Downtown
14 reviews
Reservations required—and no wonder. The tours at the Neon Museum sell out months in advance. — Afar Magazine
The National Atomic Testing Museum
8
Paradise
12 reviews
A serious look at the history of the Nevada test site, along with an exhaustive collection of memorabilia from the era when atomic testing was an aboveground spectator sport in Las Vegas. — Travel + Leisure
Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat
8
Paradise
7 reviews
The famous duo’s ode to preservation, where white tigers, lions and other big cats live in the lap of luxury — Where
Fountains of Bellagio
8
Paradise
7 reviews
Serpentine streams of water blast 245 feet in the air and are set to music — Where
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
8
Paradise
10 reviews
Tucked off the casino floor, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art holds its own when it comes to well-established works of art. — Afar Magazine
Springs Preserve
8
9 reviews
Museums, galleries, botanical gardens and a living desert center full of Gila monsters and ... the recently reopened Nevada State Museum. — Condé Nast Traveler
Fremont Street Experience
8
Downtown
8 reviews
If you're looking for something a little different, head to this ear-splitting, eye-popping show that takes place on the underside of a 1,450-foot arched canopy 90 feet overhead. — Fodor's
Wynn Las Vegas Casino
8
Paradise
6 reviews
Wynn's casino is a gorgeous, inviting place to play (and a great place to spot celebrities). — Fodor's
High Roller
8
The Strip
8 reviews
Because the High Roller is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the 360-degree pods offer a great lookout of the neon action to the west and the desert to the east. — Afar Magazine
Casino at Mandalay Bay
8
Paradise
6 reviews
It's just a giant aquarium, which we like. — Frommer's
Casino at the MGM Grand
8
Paradise
5 reviews
Hit this attraction at the right time, and it's one of the best freebies in town. It's a large, multilevel glass enclosure in which lions frolic during various times of day. — Frommer's
Stratosphere Tower
8
6 reviews
For the thrill of your life, head to the top of the Stratosphere on the north end of the Strip — Afar Magazine
Madame Tussauds -  Las Vegas
8
Paradise
7 reviews
Audition in front of Simon Cowell or stand toe-to-toe with Muhammad Ali as you explore the open showroom filled with uncanny celebrity wax portraits. — Fodor's
Circus Circus Midway
8
Paradise
6 reviews
If you're cruising the bedraggled North Strip, don't overlook Circus Circus casino hotel. — Lonely Planet
Mirage Volcano
7
Paradise
7 reviews
This erupting volcano, a 54-foot mountain-fountain surrounded by a lake of miniature fire spouts, is a must-see free attraction on the Strip. — Fodor's
Bellagio Spa & Salon
7
The Strip
2 reviews
try your hand at a game of Texas Hold 'em or 7 Card Stud in the smoke-free Poker Room — Michelin Guide
The Mob Museum
7
8 reviews
This former federal courthouse—where such landmark hearings as the 1950 Kefauver Hearings on Organized Crime were held—is now a museum dedicated to the history of organized crime. — Travel + Leisure
Nevada State Railroad Museum
7
4 reviews
Part nature museum, part Native American museum, part Las Vegas museum, there’s certainly a lot of history jam packed into 13,000 square feet. — Frommer's
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
7
7 reviews
A 197,000-acre National Conservation Area with more than 30 miles of hiking trails, accessible off the 13-mile scenic loop road that takes you through the canyon — Where
DISCOVERY Children's Museum
7
Downtown
7 reviews
This stunning $55-million facility opened in 2013... is hands down the best thing to do in Vegas with your small children. — Frommer's
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