Explore Unique Las Vegas Attractions and Museums

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Thanks to fascinating and often jaw-dropping attractions, you’ll find lots to do in Las Vegas.

    Male Speaker: Thanks to fascinating and often jaw dropping attractions, you will find lots to do in Las Vegas.

    Take a quick ride on the Fremont Street Experience Zip Line and true adrenaline junkies will get their fix at Sky Jump at the Stratosphere Hotel, a ride that plunges you 27 feet over the edge of the Stratosphere Tower.

    Want whimsical, historic, and even delectable views of Las Vegas, check out its museums. Those interested in the story past of Las Vegas and its most memorable art form won't want to miss a tour of the Neon Museum, which boasts over 150 donated and rescued neon signs. History lovers will also enjoy the Atomic Testing Museum with its more than 12,000 unique artifacts.

    The MOB Museum, located in Downtown, brings to life a fascinating chapter in the history of both the U.

    S. and the city itself.

    Male Speaker: It is the most comprehensive accounting of the history of organized crime and law enforcement that you can find anywhere in the country.

    Male Speaker: And pinball aficionados can rejoice at the Pinball Hall of Fame. Want to see your favorite celebrity up close and personal, Madame Tussauds brings it, famous wax stars of the nation.

    Female Speaker: We do add four to five new figures to the attraction every year, so that way we give guests something new to experience when they come back.

    Male Speaker: With touring some of the spectacular hotels on your list of things to do and you will find a multitude of treasures. The Show in the Sky at Rio offers talented dancers and eye-popping costumes performing edgy routines on fantasy floats gliding above the crowd, or be swayed by dangerous sea creatures, explosions, pirates, and one-liners at the Sirens of Treasure Island; come face to face with white lions, panthers, leopards, and bottlenose dolphins at the exotic and enchanting world of Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage; taking a show of water, music, and light at an eight acre lake at the Fountains of the Bellagio.

    The curious can witness the world's largest LED screen, Viva Vision, using more than a million lights at the Fremont Street Experience's Canopy Light Show. Other standouts include the botanical gardens of the Bellagio, the Saltwater Aquarium in the Silverton Hotel, the gondolas at the Venetians' Grand Canal Shoppes and the exploding volcano at the Mirage and the flamingos who reside in its namesake wildlife habitat.

    Whether you zip, zoom, fly, or walk to take it all in, you will have the chance to experience the natural and manmade wonders that showcase this exciting city in a whole different light.

    Male Speaker: If you have never been to Vegas, it has everything you want.