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Silverton Casino boasts more than 1,500 slot machines and 26 table games. Located within a resort, the casino is adjacent to a range of satisfying dining options, including a steakhouse, a buffet, and a Mexican grill.
Las Vegas Strip
Lined with restaurants, casinos, and bars, this stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard spans more than four miles. Visitors can watch the choreographed shows at the Fountains of Bellagio or see dazzling neon and lights.
Las Vegas Sign
This iconic, 25-foot-tall sign reading “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada” has appeared in countless movies and music videos. Designed in 1959, the sign exemplifies ‘50s style.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
With nine different tracks, the Speedway hosts NASCAR races and offers opportunities for fans to try driving race cars.
Aquarium Las Vegas
Located within the Silverton Casino, Aquarium Las Vegas houses thousands of tropical fish, stingrays, and sharks in more than 117,000 gallons of water. The aquarium also hosts “meals with a mermaid” for kids.
Town Square Shopping Center
This sprawling outdoor shopping center features more than 115 stores and restaurants, including H&M, Whole Foods, the Apple store, Sephora, and It’Sugar. The space also encompasses a movie theater and a children’s park.
Fashion Show Mall
This indoor shopping center on the Las Vegas strip boasts more than 230 stores and restaurants, including Anthropologie, Tory Burch, Lush, the Gap, and Chipotle. The mall takes its name from the weekly fashion shows that take place within.
Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas
Catch a thrill at this water park featuring a kiddie pool, water slides, a lazy river, and more.
Red Rock Canyon
This picturesque expanse of public land features a 13-mile scenic drive and allows camping and other outdoor recreation activities. Visitors might see hawks, tortoises, lizards, or other wildlife native to the area.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Fish, camp, bike, or go boating at this national park in the Mojave Desert, whose namesake lake boasts sparkling blue waters. Visitors might see wild creatures like bald eagles, bighorn sheep, or mountain lions.
The Hoover Dam
A nationally famous feat of engineering, the Hoover Dam stands at 726 feet high and supplies water for major Southwestern cities, like Los Angeles and Tucson. It also generates hydroelectric power.
Rock-climb, bike, camp, or picnic in this cool-weather oasis that abounds with wildflowers in spring. Adventurous visitors can hike all the way to the peak of Mount Charleston, which reaches 11,916 feet!