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While the Strip is one of the most visited areas of Las Vegas, there are so many other fantastic sights and attractions in and around the area.

Atomic Testing Museum

The Atomic Testing Museums draws thousands of visitors each and every year. The real engineers will explain the various displays to you, where you can experience the underground testing dating back to the 1990’s for yourself.

Address: 755 East Flamingo Road

Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is where you can enjoy nightly shows of lights and sounds working together. It’s a must experience when visiting Las Vegas.

Address: 425 Fremont Street

Chinatown

While the Chinatown in Las Vegas may not be as big or residential as many of the others around the United States, it still provides an opportunity to explore the shops, enjoy some retail therapy and have some traditional Chinese food while in the city.

Address: Spring Mountain Road

The Mob Museum

The Mob Museum is one of the most popular museums in Las Vegas providing information on the mob story, notable figures, organized crime and so much more complete with artefacts and interactive environments.

Address: 300 Stewart Avenue

Lake Mead

Lake Mead is the largest reservoir in the United States and only twenty one miles from Las Vegas. Here you can enjoy over eight hundred miles of shoreline with a host of activities for people of all ages.

Address: Great Basin Highway

Mount Charleston

Mount Charleston is located just over thirty miles from Las Vegas offering a choice of outdoor activities in both summer and winter from hiking and leisurely walks, breathtaking views and snow sports during the winter months.

Address: Follow signs off the I57

Pinball Hall of Fame

The Pinball Hall of Fame is a unique experience to explore a pinball collection spanning over 10,000 square feet. The museum is a non-profit organization where you can see and play pinball machines dating back as far as the 1950’s.

Address: 1610E Tropicana

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the most recognized and famous attractions in the United States and a great day’s experience when staying in Las Vegas. You can take a tour from Las Vegas, take a helicopter tour or drive yourself. The canyon is open throughout the year offers spectacular views and a choice of walks and more.

Address: Take Route 64 off Interstate 40 and follow the signs

Springs Preserve

When you want a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Springs Preserve is a must for the whole family. From train rides to botanical gardens and animals, this area has it all for a relaxing day in the sunshine.

Address: 333 South Valley View Boulevard

Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam is located thirty miles south east of Las Vegas and is one of the largest manmade structures in the world. It spans the Colorado River, dating back to the 1930’s. There is a host of things to do while visiting the dam including white river rafting.

Address: Off U.S. 93