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100 Things To Do In Las Vegas (That Don’t Involve Gambling) – Part 2

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100 things to do in Las Vegas – part 2

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26) Spend a Day at the Spa

Nearly every resort has its own Spa where you can enjoy an indulgent day being pampered head to toe. Check out this comprehensive list to choose your favourite…

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27) Get a close shave at The Art of Shaving (men only!)

The Art of Shaving Barber Spa offers men an indulgent grooming experience in a masculine and luxurious environment.Traditional shaves start from $40. Check out store locations here.

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28) Visit Bonanza Gifts the Worlds Largest Gift Shop

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The World's Largest Gift Shop. 🎰

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Over 36,000 sq. feet of retail floor space – filled with everything you can think of! You will be sure to find the perfect souvenirs to remember your Las Vegas trip.

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 29) Walk The Entire Length of The Strip

Up for a challenge? Grab your walking shoes and walk the 4 miles from one end to the other. Make sure to take water with you and stop for breaks frequently, it can be very hot out there!

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30) Admire the view from the Stratosphere Observation Deck

As the Stratosphere is located right at the end of the Strip you will enjoy brilliant views of the entire Strip from either indoors or out. The 1,149 foot tall Vegas resort Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States.

Price: $20 per person

Opening times:
Sun – Thur: 10am-1am
Fri & Sat:  10am-2am 

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31) Attend a Pool Party

If you want to enjoy the club scene during the day, with mind blowing DJ’s and drinks flowing check out this list of Las Vegas pool clubs!

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32) Big Bus Las Vegas Bus Tours

Hop on and hop off the Big Bus Las Vegas sightseeing tour to explore Vegas with ease. These bus tour routes take you to the city’s most famous landmarks and attractions, with live guides providing entertaining commentary.

There are 3 routes to chose from:

  • Red: The Strip
  • Blue: Downtown
  • Green: Night Tour

See route info here

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Adrenaline fuelled fun:

 

33) SkyJump off of the Stratosphere

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The #sky has no limit! 📸: @kazmanlucas

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Are you brave enough? SkyJump is a heart pounding, open-air leap from 829 feet above the Strip. You’ll free fall toward the landing pad at speeds topping 40 mph. You can experience the SkyJump during the day, at night or at sunset.

Price: $119.99 per jump

Opening times:
Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 1am  
Friday – Saturday: 10am – 2am 

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34) Ride the Big Apple Coaster at New York New York

Get your thrills on the world’s first coaster to feature a 180-degree “heartline” twist and dive maneuver at the New York New York hotel.

Price:
Single ride: $15 per person
All day pass: $26 per person

Opening times:
Sun – Thurs: 
11:00am- 11:00pm
Fri & Sat: 10:30am – 12:00am

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35) Ride the Stratosphere Thrill Rides

Take a ride on one of the tower topping thrill rides, Big Shot, Insanity or X-Scream. Get shot up 160ft in the air or over the edge, 900ft above the strip, if you dare.

Prices: 
Observation Deck +1 Ride: $25
Observation Deck +2 Rides:$30
Observation Deck +3 Rides: $35
Unlimited Tower & Rides: $39.95

Opening times:
Sun – Thurs: 
10am- 1am
Fri & Sat: 10am – 2am

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36) Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park

Experience every twist, turn, and drop! The Adventuredome features rides and attractions ranging from kid friendly to daredevil!

Prices:
All Day Regular Pass – $32.95 (48 inches tall or taller)

Opening hours:
Variable (see website)

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37) Go Indoor Skydiving

Experience the thrilling sensation of skydiving, without a parachute or airplane at Vegas Indoor Skydiving. A 1,000 horsepower motor keeps you soaring through air with wind speeds up to 120 mph.

Prices: from $75 per person

Opening times:
7 days a week from 9:45am – 8:00pm

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38) Surf or Boogie Board the Flow Rider at Planet Hollywood

Surf the Strip’s first-ever FlowRider located at the south end of the pool deck! The FlowRider Wave-in-a-Box Double sharpens a variety of board-sport skills – surfing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, skimboarding and skateboarding.

Prices: $25 for 30min

Opening times: 10am – 6pm

 

Shop ’til you drop:

 

39) The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

Known as “The Shopping Wonder of the World,” The Forum Shops are a must-see, all-encompassing experience at Caesars Palace. Las Vegas’ definitive luxury shopping destination, The Forum Shops include approximately 160 specialty stores and fine restaurants and attractions.

Opening times:
Sun – Thurs: 10am – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 10am – midnight

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40) Fashion Show Mall

Come discover over 250 stores, 25 dining choices and 8 department stores at Fashion Show, an iconic shopping, dining and entertainment destination on the Las Vegas Strip.

Opening times:
Mon – Sat: 10am – 9pm
Sun: 11am – 7pm

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41) Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood

Go on an all-out, Las Vegas shopping spree at Miracle Mile Shops, featuring the glitz and glam of Hollywood. Located inside Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, the 1.2 mile retail mecca is beyond amazing.

Opening times:
Sun – Thurs: 10am – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 10am – midnight

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42) The Shoppes at the Palazzo

Come shop, dine and experience Grand Canal Shoppes, an extraordinary Venetian-inspired shopping mall and dining destination on the Las Vegas Strip. With six prestigious art galleries and unique offerings from five celebrity chefs, the Shoppes is home to over 160 signature stores and premier luxury brands as well as more than a dozen world-class restaurants.

Opening times:
Sun – Thurs: 10am – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 10am – midnight

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Involves alcohol:

43) Visit the Chandelier Lounge at The Cosmopolitan

A multi-story visual wonder housing three unique bar experiences. The Chandelier is a living, breathing architectural wonder created by shimmering, beaded curtains of light.

Opening times:
Level 1: 24 Hours
Level 1.5: 6PM – 2AM*
Level 2: 11AM – 4AM

*temporarily closed for remodeling through late December.

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44) Get a Fat Tuesday frozen Daiquiri

Fancy a refreshing frozen beverage to cool down from the Vegas heat? Head straight for a Fat Tuesday and grab a frozen Daiquiri, they come in a variety of different flavours.

You will find stores in Mandalay Bay, MGM, Planet Hollywood, Venetian, Ceasars and the Stratosphere!

Opening times:
Varies per store
Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 12am/1am/2am
Friday & Saturday: 10am – 2am/3am

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45) Visit the Ice Bar at Minus 5

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Everything inside minus5° is made of ice; the walls, the chandeliers, the seats and even the glasses that you enjoy your beverage in. New ice sculptures continuously reinvent the experience throughout the year.

Prices:
$22 per person

Opening times:
Venetian store: 11am – 1am
Mandalay Bay store: 11am – 2am (3am fri/sat)

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46) Visit the Chocolate Bar at New York New York

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Oooooh yeeeah… dessert cocktail and Dessert beer.

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The Chocolate Bar is the ideal place to indulge in a perfectly crafted cocktail that will satisfy your needs. It features classic and specialty cocktails inspired by some of your favorite treats. No matter what you’re in the mood for, The Chocolate Bar has what you need.

Opening times:
11am – 2am

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47) Visit the Beer Park

Beer Park introduces the Las Vegas Strip’s first rooftop bar and grill at Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Located on a deck overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio, Beer Park brings a day at the park to Las Vegas Boulevard. The bar offers over 100 eclectic beer options and the all-American cuisine is served two ways: from a full menu and from roaming carts reminiscent of concession-style stadium offerings.

The late night atmosphere is reminiscent of a high-energy, neighborhood house party with various DJs and live musical acts throughout the week.

Opening times:
Mon – Friday: 11am – late
Sat: 10am – late
Sun: 9am – late

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All you can eat:

48) Hershey’s Chocolate World

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Made out of chocolate

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Located at New York New York, stop by the store to customize your very own chocolate bars, star in a REESE’S PEANUT BUTTER CUP TV ad, choose from a wide selection of tasty treats, and shop for your favourite HERSHEY’S gifts. It is sure to be a unique and unforgettable shopping experience!

Opening times: 

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49) Get a cupcake from an ATM at Sprinkles

Located at The LINQ the World’s First Cupcake ATM dispenses freshly baked cupcakes and cookies 24/7!

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50) Eat cake at Carlo’s Bake Shop

Carlo’s Bakery is a family owned bakery featured on the TLC show Cake Boss. The bakery is known for its delicious pastries, desserts & cakes. The Las Vegas store is located in the Venetian hotel, there is so much choice you will end up with a whole box of cakes!

Opening times:
Sunday – Thursday: 8am – 11pm
Friday & Saturday: 8am – 12am

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