some of the coolest sights in vegas

A Guide to Vegas’ Most Spectacular Shows and Attractions

With 600 thousand visitors every week to Las Vegas, you will want to ensure that any time you are there, focus on areas you love. So many people travel here that many tourist traps and low-quality experiences exist, so you will want to ensure your trip is high-class.

With that in mind, what are some of the coolest sights in Vegas that you can experience? This guide explains it all.

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

It is not every day that you can say you got up close and personal with so many celebrities and sports stars. As Las Vegas is the entertainment capital of the world, it is no surprise that a reflection of that can be found here in its array of lifelike wax figures.

Pose with your favorite people and get selfies you can show off to your friends. Pretend that you were on the red carpet with The Rock or having a photoshoot with Ru Paul.

As Tussauds takes great pride in its recreations, who knows, maybe you even stood next to the real one and didn’t know it?

Eiffel Tower Experience

If you can’t get over to Paris, why not enjoy the views of the Las Vegas Strip from up on this replica instead? This is a small piece of the most romantic city in the world, so is perfect for couples who want to make the most of their time in the city.

While only half the size, this makes it much easier to make it all the way to the top, where people pop the question with as much frequency as in the real deal.

Area 51 Tours

We want to believe.

While you are in Sin City, come and check out one of the country’s best-kept secrets. Have a guided tour of Area 51, the site that “doesn’t exist”, and learn more about UFOs and the impact of this secret military base on the area.

While you cannot enter the perimeter, learn how wide it is and hear stories of what happened to those who entered. You can even visit the “Black Mailbox” meeting place and find other alien enthusiasts who might have stories of their own.

Venetian Gondola Rides

The Venetian Resort is a little recreation of the wonderful Italian city right here in Las Vegas. Hire a gondola and punt along this beautiful canal, serenaded by a professional gondolier.

Take the ride wherever you prefer. One option is to relax on your gondola outdoors, where you can see the Grand Canal and take in the beautiful sky and Italian scenery. The other is to take a ride through our shopping mall, where you can people-watch everyone having the time of their life.

Atomic Testing Museum

If you have an interest in coming away from Vegas more educated than you entered, you can always learn more about Nevada’s place in atomic history.

Interact with the exhibits, see the effects of atomic blasts, both real and untested, and learn much more about this technology. You can also find out how such experiments have a direct link to Area 51 before you go there too.

The aim of the location is not only to entertain but to ensure you understand the sincere impact these devices have on the world and its people. Come away that little bit more thoughtful and have a conversation topic for years to come.

The Bellagio Fountains

There is a reason this section of the Vegas Strip appears in so many TV shows. It is both iconic and a beautiful attraction to see, no matter whether it be day or night.

The fountain’s displays continue throughout the day, so enjoy it whenever you pass. Dedicated shows occur every half-hour, so spend some time around the area to make the most of it. Although, during the night, they add lighting effects too, and make it something even more special.

The Titanic

With over 350 items recovered from the wreck, this exhibit has painstakingly attempted to recreate a little part of the lost ship. Whether your interest is in the James Cameron portrayal or the ship as a piece of history, take a walk in this display that makes you feel like you were there.

Check beforehand, though. Many people use the location for weddings, so you want to find a time the “ship” is open and not used for someone else’s special day.

See a Magic Show

You can’t come to this location and not check out one of the famous Vegas shows. We recommend the Nathan Burton Comedy Magic show. It’s two shows for the price of one, as you will be rolling out of your seats laughing while the eyes roll out of your head in surprise at the illusions.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Las Vegas’ unique climate offers a special view of natural history and the world around us. In this museum, you can see a wide variety of different wildlife as well as prehistoric displays that will help you understand our world better.

Both young and old can come out of here that little bit smarter and with stories of things you have seen. This could be anything from dinosaurs to mummies to some of the oldest rocks found in the world. After all, as geologists say, “Rocks rock!”

Shark Reef Aquarium

As one of the largest aquariums in the world, this location has more than two thousand different species of aquatic life in its displays. Check out the sharks, piranhas, giant rays, and many more exotic fish that will surprise and astound you.

Check Out the Coolest Sights in Vegas

By using the above as a checklist, you can have the assurance that the coolest sights in Vegas are within your grasp. While some, like the Eiffel Tower, are sometimes worth waiting for the real one, there are others that you simply cannot find in any other locale.

We aim to offer a snippet of the past to educate people on the effects humans have on the world. Come out of our exhibit that much wiser, and understand some of the lessons of history. So, plan your visit to the Atomic Museum today and be a better person for it.


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