It would be easier to tell you what you can’t do in Las Vegas right now. Many things are limited due to Covid-19, like nightclubs and shows. However, there’s plenty of cool things to do. Go ahead! Mask up, wash your hands, and keep a respectful distance from others. In this blog, I’ll share some of our past weekend highlights.
Seven Magic Mountains
This large-scale art installation sits 10 miles south of Las Vegas. The seven colorful towers stand more than thirty feet high and paint the perfect backdrop for a day off the strip.
Iconic ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ sign
Do or don’t stand in line to take a photo at this iconic landmark. Gracing Las Vegas Boulevard since 1959, the sign is easily one of the most popular attractions in the city. Thanks, Betty Willis!
Say, “Babe! Take my photo” in all the ‘Gramable Spots
This ever-buzzing boulevard attracts millions of visitors each year, many of which never leave the strip. Luckily for them, there are many spots to snap some selfies! (Yes, I was a renewable energy Queen! #SolarPanel)
Red Rock Canyon
Rent a car for the day or the week, Red Rock Canyon is worth the drive and the views are spectacular. Personally, we drove the 13-mile loop scenic loop (getting out when feeling inclined).
Flock to the Flamingos
A tropical wildlife habitat offers adventurous vacationers something wild to look at. It’s a whole bunch of tropical pals waiting for you on one foot!
The High Roller at The LINQ
Grab an unencumbered, bird’s eye view of the city in the High Roller Ferris Wheel. This attraction is near an “alley” with great food, drinks, and people-watching views.
Fremont Street Experience
“Go for the weirdos”! Street performers, vendors, musicians, and artists line the sidewalks under an appx 1,500 ft long canopy. There’s so much to do! Take flight on the SlotZilla Zipline or a Million Dollar Photo at Binion’s; Fremont Street is home to “classic Vegas” vibes and unlimited entertainment.
Located two miles off the strip lies something “out of this world.” Ride on Haley’s comet, fly like a bird and bask in the glow of a digital forest. Bring curiosity and an open mind to this immersive playground! (Note: It’s Halloween)
The Neon Museum
Tour Las Vegas history through neon lights. Founded in 1996, this non-profit offers tours through a “boneyard” of iconic Las Vegas signs. We highly recommend you night!
The Mob Museum & The Underground Speakeasy
Call Capone; we’re mobbin! Take an interactive journey through time to visit the stories of Vegas Mobsters in this world-class museum. It’s an experience, unlike any other! After catching up on the headlines, venture to the basement for some refreshing “prohibition-era” themed drinks.
Adore the sparkling nighttime views on the pedestrian bridge, located between Park MGM and the Showcase Mall. It’s known to be a pretty good place to pop the question.
And lucky for me, I hit the Jackpot! We’re engaged.