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Top 5 Things to Do in Las Vegas 

Things to do in Las Vegas

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When most people think of Vegas, they think of Casinos and the Las Vegas Strip. While that can be fun, there is so much to be done in Vegas that does not include gambling. I’m going to list the top 5 things to do in Las Vegas that do not include gambling. 

Renting a cabana by the pool

If you have not rented a cabana by the pool, it’s time you do! It can be such a relaxing experience. You have a designated area to party or relax, whichever you prefer. The pool girls treat you like a VIP. They bring your drinks and food to you. If you are in the pool, they find you to deliver your beverage. The cabana itself has seating areas, lounge chairs, a ceiling fan, misters, a mini-fridge, and even snacks and water. Not all hotel cabanas provide all of the amenities listed, so make sure you ask your concierge.    

Area 15

There is so much to do in Area15. The last time I went, one of the main attractions was MegaMart – an interactive maze filled with uniquely hilarious weirdness. I promise you will not regret the experience. The whole family can experience a unique adventure in Area 15. You can try the ceiling swing that takes you around the building, a restaurant, a bar, a shop, and several other recreational activities.


Find a Speakeasy  

Las Vegas has many Speakeasy Bars. The Cosmopolitan alone has more than one. I recommend the Ghost Donkey if you like Tequila and The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails for a more luxurious feel. Spend some time looking for these hidden bars and have a few drinks during your adventure. You’ll have a good time with laughs and amazement at some of the locations. Remember, The Cosmopolitan is not the only location with hidden bars. They are all over Las Vegas! 

The Twilight Zone by Monsters Mini Golf 

Located at Bally’s Hotel and Casino, The Twilight Zone mini golf is a great activity. There is something for everyone to enjoy, from their glow-in-the-dark out-of-this-world decor to the arcade, bowling, and 18 holes mini-golf course. They even have an event venue for private parties. 

Freemont Street 

You have to experience Freemont Street in Down Town Las Vegas. Freemont Street has it all! They have restaurants, bars, casinos, a zip line, lights shows, free concerts, street vendors, and much more. It is a whole different experience from the Las Vegas strip. If you visit their page, you will find even more activities and places to visit.   

More than Gambling

Las Vegas may be known for its Casinos, but it has so much more to offer. You can fill your days with unique activities and experiences. You can also stay on the strip and gamble. The possibilities seem to be endless. 

What’s your favorite activity in Las Vegas?