Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino - Destination Info
Delve into Las Vegas history with a visit to the Neon Museum where you can see over 150 examples of the neon signs and artefacts that have coloured Vegas life.
Even more history can actually be played with at the Pinball Museum, across from the Liberace museum. Test your skills on pinball machines from as far back as the 1920s.
The Atomic Testing Museum, telling the story of the atomic explosions that took place just outside Vegas in the Nevada Desert, is also worth taking an hour away from the casinos, pool or giant buffets.
An hour’s drive from the city, the Valley of Fire is a natural wonder of vivid red rock scenery.
Take a quiet raft trip along the Colorado River below the Hoover Dam (once you’ve visited the latter, of course).
The spectacular light, water and sound show of the Bellagio Hotel fountains is another Vegas sight not to be missed, especially at night.
Look out for art from Henry Moore, Anthony Gormley and others, scattered across the 67 acres of the glitzy City Center development.