While Las Vegas is primarily known for its gaming and nightlife, there exists a whole host of things to see and do off the strip. Las Vegas and its surrounding areas has a rich history and its well worth the time to explore some of that. We’ve compiled a list of places to check out on your next visit:
Explore the wildlife, geology and desert landscape.
This museum explores the world’s wildlife and ecosystems. Educational exhibits make this a perfect learning experience for children and adults of all ages.
Learn about the history of nuclear testing at the Nevada test site.
One of the more unique attractions in Las Vegas, the Pinball Hall of Fame has over 200 playable machines.
In addition to exploration of the desert environment, Springs Preserve also chronicals the history of Las Vegas and features a a cafe by Wolfgang Puck.
Of course, these are just a few of the attractions you’ll find around Las Vegas. And after a day of fun and exploration, you can always relax in one of our beautiful suites.