1. Las Vegas Strip
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This stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard South in Clark County, Nevada is worldwide famous for it is the place of many resorts and casinos, all along its route. The strip is home for many of the largest hotels, casinos, and resort properties, and is a scenic route at nights. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in United States.
2. Bellagio Fountains Show
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This choreographed water feature performs to light and music tracks. The water shows have the visibility from number of vantage points on the Strip.
3. Fremont Street Experience
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This pedestrian mall is a major tourist attraction in Downtown Las Vegas. Major features include Viva Vision, SlotZilla Zip Line, Light and Sound Shows, Pedestrian Mall, The Parking Plaza, and Neonopolis. The place is a major attraction for hosting New Year’s Eve party with complete fire works on the display screen.
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This 1,149 ft tall freestanding observation tower is major attraction for Stratosphere hotel and casino. The tower offers its visitors two observation decks, one restaurant, four thrill rides, Tower Shops mall, and various performances like bands and dancers.
5. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
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This conservation area has a set of large red rock formations in the form of sandstone peaks and walls. The walls are up to a height of 3,000 ft. These red rock formations are a nice destination for the hiking, biking, rock scrambling, rock climbing, camping and horseback riding.
6. Mob Museum
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This official National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement is located in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The museum exhibits artefacts, and stories of the organized crime and also the initiatives taken by the Law Enforcement.
7. Las Vegas Spring Reserve
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This 180 acre place consists of displays and nature walks, which include museum galleries, an indoor theatre, historic photo gallery, colourful desert botanical gardens, outdoor concert and event venues, and a series of walking trails.
8. Shark Reef Aquarium
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This public aquarium owned and operated by Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and displays number of different species like sharks, fish, rays, reptiles, and marine invertebrates and also has a shark tunnel.
9. Neon Museum
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This museum is a 6 acre place exhibiting signs of different old casinos and other businesses. These signs are considered to be not only artistic, but also historically significant.
10. Adventure Dome
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This is a 5 acre indoor amusement park located at Circus Circus, and is formerly known as Grand Slam Canyon. This place has 25 different rides, 18 golf courses, arcade, clown shows, and other many amusements.