Here is our list of the top 10 things to do in Las Vegas (no bars, no casinos). With so many things closed due to COVID restrictions in Nevada, we compiled a list of some fun things to do without going to casinos or bars. We’ll take you to secret pizza in the Cosmopolitan (Cosmo), The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in the Bellagio, The Bellagio Fountains, The Shops at Ceasars Palace, see Lady Liberty at New York New York, take a walk in the Fremont Street Experience, take a gondola ride in the Venetian, be sure to stop at the (fabulous) Las Vegas sign, take a ride on the Linq and go up to the Eiffel Tower. We hope these make your Las Vegas travel guide.
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8 thoughts on “Top 10 Things To Do In Las Vegas | No Bars No Casinos”
So annoying to have people putting mask on statues and destroying your photo opportunity
This video is very helpful to a first-timer like me, thanks.
I've been to Vegas 6 times and have never gone to the welcome to las Vegas sign 😂
Hello I just subscribed, been enjoying a few videos already, great job , the diners is kingman look great , thank you take care
that big ferris wheel call the high roller not the linq. the linq is the casino next to the high roller
I'll be taking my vacation in October 12th there
Great information. I’m going in October and I was wondering if Popcornopolis is open at the Excalibur. Thank you
Just got back from a week Vegas last night! Could'a used this last week! LOL!
We have a timeshare that has a few Vegas options, so we go every couple of years for a week or so and we rarely do too much gambling.
I rented a car, so we drove out to Ethel M. Chocolate factory for a tour AND a self-tour in their world-class cactus botanical garden.
One of my favorite things to do is rent a convertible (however, I actually got a small SUV this time) and drive around Vegas topless … especially at night … the Strip after dark, topless is outstanding.
The Red Rock scenic drive ($15 per carload – but I used my America The Beautiful "Geezer Pass" and got in free) is well worth doing.
Took in the Clark County Museum (they have an awesome outdoor "display," Heritage Street which contains eight historic buildings from the county. It's so much fun.
The Atomic Testing Museum is a lot of fun & very interesting too.
There's a pinball museum that my husband loves — $4 to get in and then bring as many quarters as you want to play the machines … many of them antique.
I drove out to 7 Colored Stones, an art installation in the desert about 1/2 hour south of Vegas — just take Las Vegas Blvd. south until you see them!
The Neon Museum tour is fantastic, and be sure to do the "Brilliant" experience after dark … you can buy a combined ticket at their website online.
At Fremont St. I LOVED the Slotzilla zip line …. the top one where you fly prone, not the sitting one!
Don't miss Container Park downtown … it's fun – https://downtowncontainerpark.com/
And, one of our very favorite things to do …. hit Luv-It Frozen custard (right across from the Strat behind the convenience store) where they make new flavors every day … a Vegas institution!