Are you planning a trip to Las Vegas in 2020? There are so many great new things to do in Vegas you might have a hard time figuring out what you want to do.
Keep reading to learn more about what Vegas has to offer.
Visit New York-New York and Ride the Big Apple Rollercoaster
Take some time to visit the replica of the Manhattan skyline, complete with models of the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Bridge made to scale. The New York-New York area is located across the street from the MGM Grand and will give you that New York experience but to Vegas’ standards.
You can eat New York-style pizza, visit Hershey’s Chocolate World, or see a Cirque du Soleil show. If you are an adrenaline junky then you have to take a ride on the Big Apple Rollercoaster that weaves through the fake Manhattan skyline and get some excellent views of Vegas’ southern strip.
This section on the Vegas strip used to be mainly older casinos that seemed past their prime. These days this area of downtown Las Vegas is one of the most popular places for visitors to spend time.
Fremont Street has an amazing light show, Viva Vision, featuring over 12.5 million LED lamps plus a 550,000-watt speaker system that accompanies the light show. The show is six minutes long and can be seen between 6 p.m. and 1 a.m. in the morning.
Aside from the amazing lights, there are plenty of things to eat and souvenir shops to check out. There is also the SlotZilla zip line that will let you glide ten stories above the pedestrians walking below.
Bellagio Fountains and Casino
The Bellagio is one of the more choice casinos on the Strip and is one of the more popular ones amongst high-rollers. This casino frequently hosts tournaments and the World Poker Tour.
The Bellagio is well known for its massive fountains that perform a light and water show every 15 to 30 minutes. The fountains shoot water into the air and perform a well-choreographed dance with each other.
Aside from the casino, the Bellagio has a fine art gallery, several different restaurants, a Cirque du Soleil show, and botanical gardens. There is also a spa and several different clubs where you can enjoy the fantastic nightlife. If you are interested in enjoying cannabis recreationally while hitting the clubs, then follow this helpful cannabis guide to learn more about the dos and don’ts while visiting Las Vegas.
The Mirage is a Polynesian themed casino and has been featured in many major motion pictures. This is one of the more frequently visited casinos on the Las Vegas strip and is many people think it’s one of the best places to gamble.
If you are traveling to Las Vegas with your family then there many different attractions for you to all enjoy. There is a massive volcano that erupts between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. at night making the ground rumble and shoots fireballs into the sky all while accompanied by songs from The Grateful Dead.
There is also a 20,000-gallon saltwater aquarium, Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat that will let you get up close to many different big cats and watch shows put on by bottlenose dolphins. There are also plenty of shops, restaurants, and clubs that you can experience.
Caesars Palace has been a Vegas Strip icon since the 1960s. It has appeared in a wide range of major motion pictures and tv shows and will always be synonymous with Vegas.
Caesars Palace in an Ancient Rome themed casino and hotel and features giant columns and frescoes of Julius Caesar on the walls. Besides gambling, visitors can visit the many shops and restaurants or see the newly redone Fall of Atlantis animatronic show or see the 50,000-gallon aquarium.
One of the most famous nightclubs on the Vegas Strip, Omnia, is located in Caesars Palace and has been recently updated. Celebrities and famous DJs can be seen frequenting the club so you never know when you might be able to rub elbows with someone famous while you are there.
Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour
For something a little different from hotels, casinos and spectacular shows you can get out of the hustle and bustle of the Strip and visit the Grand Canyon and do the Skywalk tour.
You will be able to walk along the 70 foot U-shaped glass walkway and gaze at the wonder of the Grand Canyon. This is a great way to experience the stunning views of the Grand Canyon all while being suspended out and over the deep terrain. One thing to note is cameras are not allowed out on the glass walkway, however, you will be able to purchase a photograph at the end of the tour so you can remember the experience later.
Lake Mead Tour