As the saying goes “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” – find yourself dazzled by the energetic ambience on the Las Vegas strip, which will fill your holiday full of fun antics, celebratory casinos wins ( if you’re lucky) and a host of inviting nightclubs offering you mega deals accompanied by the latest tunes on the dance floor!
The Las Vegas strip is certainly known for its partying, but by day you can explore many enticing entertainment features. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas showcases Las Vegas’ celebrity highlights from the likes of George Clooney, Will Smith, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Beyoncé, Snoop Dogg and Mick Jagger.
Turn things up a notch at the Shark Reef Aquarium, created as though you were looking from a sunken shipwreck, you’ll get to see up to 2,000 animals including the Sandtiger shark and three sawfish sharks! Keeping with the theme of the Ocean, The Titanic Artifact Exhibition welcomes friends and families on a journey through the Titanic’s history. The exhibit features items from the Titanic including a suitcase, bowler hat, glass wear and a piece of the ship itself. The Grand Staircase from the ship has been re-created and a newly expanded outer promenade deck.
Blend in with the bright lights of the big city on the many theme park rides scattered on the strip, the High Roller is 550 feet tall and serves as a fantastic observation wheel, take in the glorious nighttime views of Las Vegas Valley, strip and the mountains. If faster and thriller is more your thing, the Adventuredome theme Park is where you need to head to with roller coasters, Canyon blaster and Lazer Blast.
Beyond Las Vegas’ strip, there’s even more to see and do, see the Las Vegas Valley from above on an exhilarating hot air balloon ride, the countryside and the city. Just three miles from the strip, you can find the Springs Reserve, an indoor and outdoor attraction with over 300 interactive exhibits, which tells the tale of Las Vegas. See the many animals that call Springs Preserve home such as foxes, bats, snakes, spiders and lizards.
Exploring Las Vegas the classic way is a time-told tradition, make sure that Hoover Dam is part of your itinerary, whether you decide to fly over Hoover Dam by helicopter, or opt for a bus tour, take your camera as the views are inevitably incredible. Add the Grand Canon onto your list too, this popular attraction is worth the visit, with 277 miles of red rocky walls that descend into the Canyons floor and into the Colorado River, a tour of the Grand Canyon will entice every kind of traveller, from casual holiday-goers to wanderlust enthusiasts.
What is the currency in Las Vegas?
The US Dollar
How long does it take to fly to Las Vegas?
Flights from Birmingham International Airport to Las Vegas can take around 16 to 17 hours.
What is the time difference in Las Vegas?
The UK is 8 hours ahead of Las Vegas.
When is the best time to visit Las Vegas?
Temperatures soar between May and September.
What language is spoken in Las Vegas?