Las Vegas, the city with all the glitz and glamour, offers as much excitement as a human could possibly endure. There are some amazing activities to take in, during your next trip. We all know the gambling hot spots and the see-and-be-seen strip spots, but did you know there’s a ton of very unique things to do in Vegas, as well?
There are quite a few sites off the beaten path that you may just be surprised actually exist. We will uncover some of the zaniest that one can visit while in Las Vegas.
Top Three Unique Visits:
Aptly called ‘The Neon Museum’, up until the last decade, those neon signs that lined the Las Vegas strip ended up in a trash heap. Today, they are experiencing a comeback of sorts.
Currently, there are a few hundred signs, which guests use as backdrops for photos and even wedding bookings. At only $15 per person and a few short minutes north of downtown, this is a lot cheaper and cooler than a lot of the other things on offer in Vegas.
Did you ever have the desire to drive a mega construction vehicle? Now is your chance to do just that. At Dig This Las Vegas, you have the opportunity to drive a bulldozer, an excavator or even a two-track type skid steer loader, all by yourself.
Make it even more challenging by competing against your friends in the “who built the best tire pyramid” or “who dug the best hole” competitions. On a scale of one-to-ten, this has to be a twenty!
If you have a quarter, this may be the cheapest thing in Las Vegas to do. Ranging from the 1950s through to the 1990s, there are 100s of pinball machines of yesteryear just waiting to be played. The space covers a 10,000 square foot area and is very family-friendly.
While you’re out and about in Vegas, don’t forget to add these stops to your vacation list. Contact Rooms101 to book your Vegas vacation today!
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