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Snap a photo at Las Vegas' most popular landmark founded in 1959.
Las Vegas Strip
Lined with upscale casino hotels, the neon-soaked Strip is quintessential Las Vegas. As well as gambling floors, the vast hotel complexes house a variety of shops, restaurants ranging from mainstream to high-end, and performance venues for music, comedy and circus-style acts.
Fremont Street Experience
Fremont Street Experience is a five-block entertainment district in historic downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The centerpiece of Fremont Street Experience is Viva Vision, the world’s largest video screen. Viva Vision features free light shows, free, every night of the week. Fremont Street Experience also has an extensive schedule of live concerts and entertainment on three stages.
Soar 550 feet above the center of the Las Vegas Strip on the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel. With sweeping 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Valley and The Strip, the wheel takes 30 minutes to complete one revolution and features 28 spacious cabins to accommodate guests.
Convention Centers & Arenas
Thomas & Mack Center
Attend an annual rodeo championships, boxing matches, major concert, ice show, or basketball games just down the road on UNLV's campus.
T-Mobile Arena is the destination in Las Vegas for live events. From amazing music acts to thrilling sporting events, it sets a new standard for what entertainment means in the city that does it best. The 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena hosts exciting, world-class events with something for everyone – from UFC, boxing, hockey, basketball and bull riding to high-profile awards shows and top-name concerts.
Located adjacent to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, Allegiant Stadium will be a global events destination, highlighted by the arrival of the NFL's iconic Raiders. Allegiant Stadium will be ideally located for both visitors and locals, fully enclosed and climate-controlled with a capacity of 65,000. The technologically advanced stadium will host world-class entertainment including concerts and sporting events such as the Pac-12 Championship Game and Las Vegas Bowl, as well as become the future home of UNLV Football.
Las Vegas Convention Center
The Las Vegas Convention Center is a leader in travel & tourism and one of the busiest facilities in the world. Operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), the center is well known among industry professionals for its versatility for events and conventions.
Experience Downtown Container Park, an open-air shopping center filled with boutique retail shops, unique restaurants, and live entertainment for the whole family – located in the heart of Las Vegas!
Commonly known as the "birthplace of Las Vegas," the Springs Preserve is a 180-acre cultural institution designed to commemorate Las Vegas' dynamic history and to provide a vision for a sustainable future. Featuring museums, galleries, outdoor events, a colorful botanical garden and an interpretive trail system, the Springs Preserve has evolved into a world-class attraction providing a glimpse of the origins of Las Vegas.
Fashion Show Mall
Come discover over 250 stores, 30 dining destinations, and eight department stores at Fashion Show, an iconic shopping, dining, and entertainment destination on the Las Vegas Strip. Experience dazzling entertainment, including New York-style runway shows with the hottest fashion brands, incorporating both live music and dance. Visit Fashion Show in Las Vegas today for the ultimate Las Vegas shopping experience.
Ethel M. Chocolate Factory – Botanical Garden
Ethel M Chocolates' breathtaking Botanical Cactus Garden is Nevada's largest and one of the world's most prolific collections of its kind. Based on the English landscape model of naturalistic design, the Ethel M Botanical Cactus Garden features three acres of drought-tolerant ornamental, cacti, and other succulents.
Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center
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 Recreations
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.
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! In the winter adventurous visitors can go tubing, ski, and snowboard.
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.