You are ready to drink the night away in Vegas, gamble away your life savings and watch all of the best shows, but once the sun rises and all the good stuff is gone what are you going to do? Fear not - for here is a list of things you can do during the day.
Big Bus Tour
If walking around museums is not your thing then you can enjoy a Big Bus Hop-on Hop-Off Tour. Learn about the city on this trip, with a tour guide to lead you all the way. See some of the greatest landmarks first hand, such as Fremont Street, the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, casinos, museums, and more.
TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition
TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition is a presentation of many artifacts carried by the actual Titanic. The exhibition includes luggage, whistles from the ship, several floor tiles, and one of the windows from the Veranda Cafe. There are also recreations of rooms, such as the Grand staircase and a first class smoking room.
BODIES: The Exhibition
Nearby the Titanic Exhibition is the Bodies Exhibition. Everything you need to know is in the name. You can view real organs owned by real people. Catch a glimpse into the workings of a human body, all with the goal of educating looker-ons.
If you are also a lowly human like the rest of us but you still want to pose with your favorite celebrities you can visit the next best thing: wax figures at Madame Tussauds. These things are so intricate that they are genuinely terrifying. Visit “Drake” and “Beyonce” at Madame Tussauds.
One of the greatest views in Las Vegas, the Stratosphere is a must-see for most people visiting the city. Enjoy a 360 degree view of the city, as well as the highest restaurant in the world. You can also enjoy the rides decorating the top, just promise to keep your breakfast down whilst doing so.
The most appropriate name for an observation wheel in Las Vegas, the High Roller has a clear view of the entire city from 550 feet in the air. Enjoy half an hour of Las Vegas landmarks on one of the world largest observation towers.
Providing electricity for over 1.3 million people, the Hoover Dam is a powerful sight to behold. 726 feet tall and constantly generating clean energy, the Hoover Dam is a symbol of the strength of mankind. Enjoy a guided tour or take the trip at your own pace. The Hoover Dam is a must see if you are visiting Las Vegas.
The street that birthed it all, Fremont Street contains some of the oldest casinos, endless street performers and its own Viva Vision, a massive lights display that covers part of the street. There are many historical sights here, as well as a zip-line that carries you above the pedestrians on the ground.
Though it may be a long drive to get there, Springs Preserve is still a nice place to visit if you are a fan of nature. Sprouting around the source of water that supported the indigenous peoples that lived there thousands of years ago, this landmark is the only reason Las Vegas was not barren of people. Enjoy a guided tour around the place, learn about the geography, dirt composition, and more.
Natural History Museum
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum features exhibits full of animals, both prehistoric and modern. Learn about cultural history and geology in this massive museum, featuring fun activities for children. It is a great place to bring your kids while staying away from the sun.
If you want to feel young again, visit the Rockstar Pool Party Tour to party like you are 17. Get escorted by a part limo to one of the city best pool clubs, with drinks and specials galore. No kids allowed!
Residents were not the only thing attracted to Las Vegas by its low tax rates, mobsters like Tony Corero and Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel also bathed in its lawlessness. Though you should not expect mobsters today, Mobsters were still a big part of Las Vegas history. Learn about hayday of Las Vegas at The Mob Museum, featuring many exhibits in Las Vegas Golden age.
Red Rock Canyon
Las Vegas is full of botanical gardens and natural views, but if you want to see the real deal you can visit the Red Rock Canyon. Either hike through the place or join a guided tour. Once you are done you can check out the Red Rock Casino.