Las Vegas Family Trip

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RomyswRomysw asked 4 years ago
Hi! We are headed to Vegas for a family vacation. What should we make sure we do? Any top tips? Thanks.
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jenniferJenny In Wanderland ™ answered 4 years ago
Hi Romy, Las Vegas offers a great deal of family fun! Here are some of my #favorite not to miss attractions. -Bellagio hotel has a beautiful fountain show. It is especially great in the evening, lit to music. After the show, wander inside and tour the beautiful garden displays that change seasonally. (Bellagio conservatory & Botanical Garden). They have a fairly decent buffet, as far as buffets go. TIP: if you are staying in a hotel that faces Bellagio, you can request your room to face Bellagio, you’d be able to watch the water show from window... -There is a great roller coaster & games center at New York New York Casino -Circus Circus has a big top indoor amusement park -Take a day trip to Hoover Dam -Of course there are many kid friendly shows/concerts; I find this link helpful -Visit Titanic the artifact exhibit at Luxor Casino -The Stratosphere has a Tower with games & rides -The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at the Paris Casino is worth a visit. -There is the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay -Mirage Casino has a volcano that erupts nightly -Treasure Island has a pirate ship display in front (but it is no longer interactive) & they have Marvel Avengers Station -There is the High Roller Wheel -Fly Linq is a zipline & so is Voodoo (at the Rio) -Excalibur is a castle that offers a Tounament of Kings dinner theatre show -The Venetian has Gondola rides & the Grand Canal Shoppes- (with restaurants, shops, & interactive exhibits) -MGM Grand has the CSI Experience -Flamingo Hotel has a wildlife habitat -Caesars Palace has the Forum Shoppes and Restaurants -Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden -There is a hop on/hop odd double decker bus that goes up and down the strip -There is also the famous Vegas Monorail -Top Golf, Indoor Skydiving, and Pole Position Raceway -There is an M&M's World -Madame Tussauds -Wayne Newton's Casa de Shenandoah: the former estate of the singer's, that was a ranch for animals too. It is located on approximately 40 acres in nearby Paradise -If you book way ahead, the Sterling Brunch at Bally's is still one of the best in Vegas! -Another great local brunch spot (and really cool adult lounge if you can get away) is the Peppermill on the strip Happy Travels!

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