Moving to Las Vegas Attractions
Las Vegas Sport Teams The Las Vegas Valley is the home of three major professional teams: the National Hockey League (NHL)'s Vegas Golden Knights, an expansion team that began play in the 2017–18 NHL season at T-Mobile Arena in nearby Paradise. The National Football League (NFL)'s Las Vegas Raiders, who relocated from Oakland, California in 2020 and play at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise. The Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)'s Las Vegas Aces, who play at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Two minor league sports teams play in the Las Vegas area. The Las Vegas Aviators of the Triple-A West, the Triple-A farm club of the Oakland Athletics, play at Las Vegas Ballpark in nearby Summerlin. The Las Vegas Lights FC of the United Soccer League, play in Cashman Field in Downtown Las Vegas. The mixed martial arts promotion, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), is headquartered in Las Vegas and also frequently holds fights in the city at T-Mobile Arena and at the UFC Apex training facility near the headquarters.
Supper Sumer Theatre at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
SUPER SUMMER THEATRE is located at Spring Mountain Ranch. This State Park is exactly 10 miles west of the 215/West Charleston intersection. All performances are outdoors and run Wednesday – Saturday (excluding September’s production which runs Thursday – Saturday).
Selected Museums of Clark Country
Atomic Testing Museum
755 East Flamingo Road Las Vegas 702-794-5150
Bonnie and Clyde Exhibit
I-15 South at Primm 702-386-7867
Clark County Museum
1830 South Boulder Highway Henderson
Discovery Children’s Museum
360 Promenade Place Las Vegas 702-382-5437
Gallery of History Museum
3601 West Sahara Avenue Las Vegas
Goldwell Open Air Museum
Near the Ghost Town of Rhyolite Beatty
Henderson Space & Science Center
155 South Water Street, Ste. 200 Henderson
Hispanic Museum of Nevada
3680 South Maryland Parkway Las Vegas
Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum
McCarran International Airport Las Vegas
Las Vegas International Scout Museum
2915 West Charleston Boulevard Las Vegas
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
900 Las Vegas Boulevard North Las Vegas
Lost City Museum of Archeology
721 South Moapa Valley Boulevard Overton
Madame Tussaude’s Las Vegas
3377 Las Vegas Blvd. South Ste. 2001 Las Vegas
Marjorie Barrick Museum of Natural History
4505 South Maryland Parkway Las Vegas
The Mob Museum
300 Stewart Avenue las Vegas 702-229-2734
Neon Museum Boneyard & Visitors Center
770 Las Vegas Boulevard North,
Nevada Southern Railway Museum
600 Yucca Street Boulder City 702-486-5006
Nevada State Museum & Historical Society
309 South Valley View Boulevard
Nevada Vintage Race Car Museum
250 Sun Pac Avenue Henderson 702-564-6214
Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park
500 East Washington Avenue
Pinball Hall of Fame
1610 East Tropicana Avenue Las Vegas pinballmuseum.org
Shelby Automobiles - Sports Car Museum
6755 Speedway Boulevard
St. Jude’s Ranch Auto Museum
100 St. Jude’s Street, Boulder City 702-294-7100
Thunderbird Museum Nellis AFB
4445 Tyndall Avenue, Nellis AFB Las Vegas
Las Vegas is packed with unique attractions and interesting things to do. Imagine raging battles, mythical creatures, and sweet treats. Vegas truly has something to delight everyone. Would you believe that a lot of the city’s best shows take place outside of the showrooms? From dancing fountains and erupting volcanos to sinking pirate ships, you’ll be amazed at all of the spectacles you can see without even having to purchase a ticket! For more details about Las Vegas’ attractions, check out our comprehensive list.
The Aquarium at the Silverton: Located within the cozy Silverton Hotel, a 117,000 gallon saltwater aquarium provides entertainment on a scale one can enjoy only in Las Vegas.
CBS Television City Research Center: Ever thought you could do the job of a network executive, deciding which shows are put on the air and which ones end up in the waste bin? The network jobs are hard to come by, but you can weigh in on the decision-making process by letting your opinions be known at the CBS Television City Research
Center at MGM Grand.
Conservatory at Bellagio: Crafted by a team of 100 horticulturalists, the Bellagio’s conservatory features elegant, elaborate arrangements of plants and flowers in its bright, airy atrium.
Ethel M Chocolate Factory: Ethel M Chocolates panders to the sweet tooth in all of us. Located seven miles from the Strip, its free admission entices us to the factory, through which many a visitor goes for a behind-the-scenes look at the candy-making (and tasting) process.
Fall of Atlantis at Caesar’s Palace: No civilization put on a greater spectacle than ancient Rome, and now you have a chance to witness the glory for yourself at Caesars Palace’s Fall of Atlantis.
Fountains of Bellagio: Every evening, a water and music show plays again and again in the spectacular fountains filling the quarter-mile long lake in front of the Bellagio.
Fremont Street Experience: The Fremont Street Experience will have you dancing in the street with its $70 million light canopy and 540,000 watt sound system.
M&Ms World: M&Ms World may be the most delicious attraction in Vegas. And judging by its scores of visitors, M&Ms World must be doing something right.
Marjorie Barrick Museum: With UNLV’s best displays of Western culture, desert life and the history of ancient Mexico, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Natural History is both educational and vibrant.
P3 Studio at the Cosmopolitan: P3 Studio on the third floor of The Cosmopolitan features contemporary artists from around the world creating interactive installations as part of an innovative artist-in-residence program.
Streetmosphere: Opera singers at the Grand Canal Shoppes in the Venetian adds a little ‘Streetmosphere’ to the shopping experience, providing fun and entertainment for all that visit.
Sunset Stampede: Take a symphonic journey through the Wild West at Sam’s Town.
Volcano at The Mirage: Every hour after dusk, the Mirage volcano explodes for crowds of curious Strip onlookers.
Welcome to Las Vegas Sign: Guests can park their cars right next to Las Vegas’ 50 year old iconic sign and take plenty of memorable photos.
Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo: The Flamingo’s brilliant neon sign is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable on the Strip. Visitors can also take a closer look at the creatures who inspired the bright display at the hotel/casino’s very own wildlife habitat