Las Vegas is known as the city where anything goes and the weird abounds. There is always something going on Las Vegas, the neon lights, the gambling, the shows, and the attractions. In fact, one could even say that everything in Las Vegas, Nevada is an attraction. Yet, Las Vegas isn’t just a city of sin; even the saints can find something to entertain themselves with here. Families, seniors, young people, newly wed and singles all flock to the city throughout the year and all of these people will have a great time.
Las Vegas itself loves to make everything bigger than life and especially more glamorous than any other part of the world. Forget about the pyramids – Las Vegas has one that’s bigger. There are theme parks, roller coasters, museums, exotic gardens, live animals and every other thing under the sun. Yet, the primary attractions in Las Vegas are none other than its myriad of Casinos and extravagant hotels embedded within the vast sea of neon lights. There is virtually no separation between a hotel and an attraction, seeing as how everything within Las Vegas, Nevada seems to emulate both fun and functionality.
Some of the most entertaining Las Vegas, Nevada attractions are the city’s world-renowned shows. There are always famous and timeless celebrities putting on some kind of concert or performance on a regular basis. People such as Wayne Newton, Celine Dion, Reba McEntire, Toni Braxton, Liza Minnelli and Elton Jon have been regulars to the Las Vegas attractions scene for years.
Some of the most well known Las Vegas attractions include the following: The Aquarium at Silverton Hotel, King Tutankhamen’s Tomb & Museum at Luxor Hotel, The Fountains at Bellagio, The Volcano at the Mirage, Speed at the Sahara Hotel, Xscream at the Stratosphere Hotel, The Imperial Palace Auto Collection, The Wildlife Habitat at The Flamingo, Lion Habitat at The MGM Grand, The Conservatory at The Bellagio and The Neon Museum.
One of the most quintessential Las Vegas attractions, if only due to its overall strangeness, is King Tutankhamen’s Tomb & Museum. Located at the Luxor Hotel, this exhibit is an authentic reproduction of the famous king’s tomb even down to the most precise measurements. Although it may not be the real thing, visitors might as well think it is. The treasures of the king are also exactly replicated using methods that date back to 3,300 years such as gold leaf, precious pigments and tools. There are is even a quixotic recreation of the actual sarcophagus of the king, which looks exactly the same as when the archaeologists unearthed it so many years ago. So, instead of going to Egypt, this is the closest most people can come to actually being inside an ancient Egyptian tomb, and perhaps it’s even better than the real thing since folks can have a beer while doing so.
The Fountains at the Bellagio have been shown in a myriad of films including Ocean’s Eleven. The area comes to life, shooting water on cue as music plays in the background, every thirty minutes during the day and every fifteen minutes from 8PM to Midnight after the sun goes down. 1,200 nozzles and 4,500 lights co-exist in perfect sync as music such as Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to The Moon” plays for the crowds that gather.
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