Las Vegas Off The Beaten Path

  • Other National/State Parks
    by Yaqui
  • Other National/State Parks
    by Yaqui
  • Other National/State Parks
    by Yaqui

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Las Vegas

  • Within a 3 Hour Drive, Las Vegas

    1. Within a 3 Hour Drive

    The Lost City of Overton was a surprise we found at the end of the drive through The Valley of Fire. There is a small museum full of recued relics from the days when the Hoover Dam was being built....

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  • Off The Strip, Las Vegas

    2. Off The Strip

    Located about a mile away from Downtown, walking south along the area of Coolidge Ave. The Arts District was something I stumbled across researching online. Now, when you come to Vegas, you're gonna...

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  • Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas

    3. Red Rock Canyon

    Red Rock Canyon NCA is about seventeen miles west of Las Vegas. As a National Conservation Area, Red Rock is protected by the Bureau of Land Management, and there are lots of things to do here,...

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  • Hoover Dam/Lake Mead, Las Vegas

    4. Hoover Dam/Lake Mead

    A short drive away from Las Vegas and you can visit the Hoover Dam. Built between 1931 and 1935 this huge engineering construction to control the flow of the Colorado and forming Lake Mead was built 2...

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  • Cool Casino Stuff, Las Vegas

    5. Cool Casino Stuff

    The Golden Nugget Casino and Hotel has a very unique treasure. Located within the casino area is "The Hand of Faith Nugget." This magnificent gold nugget, the largest on public display in the world....

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  • Mount Charleston, Las Vegas

    6. Mount Charleston

    You might get tired of the Vegas Strip lights but don't worry because there is an awesome mountain to explore just 35 miles northwest of the Las Vegas strip - it is called Mt Charleston! I took my...

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  • Off the Path / Off the Wall, Las Vegas

    7. Off the Path / Off the Wall

    Shine Alternative Fitness is west of the strip but is totally worth getting to if possible. It is a gym owned and operated by Cirque de Soleil performers and workers. It is just a completely amazing...

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  • Valley of Fire State Park, Las Vegas

    8. Valley of Fire State Park

    Take the I-15 north from Las Vegas about 55 miles to the Valley of Fire exit. Here you'll find the Moapa Band of Paiute Indian Reservation and the beautiful Valley Of Fire State Park--Which I'll write...

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  • Other Desert Perspectives, Las Vegas

    9. Other Desert Perspectives

    We booked everything from home, via the Internet. Plane, hotel, and extras. Among the extras we booked a horse riding excursion in the desert, which was amazing. The excursion was scheduled at...

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  • Ceaser's Palace, Las Vegas

    10. Ceaser's Palace

    The fountain shows taking place around the aquarium. The animatronic Roman statues at the Festival Fountain come to life in a seven-minute show featuring special lighting effects, sound effects and...

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  • Grand Canyon, Las Vegas

    11. Grand Canyon

    Helicopter tours are very expensive way to go around tour areas and going to the grand canyon via a helicopter tour can really be very expensive with prices ranging from $ 400 per person up to $ 750...

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  • Other Museums/Tours, Las Vegas

    12. Other Museums/Tours

    The Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden are open daily from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. Admission is FREE, tours are self-guided, and you get a FREE sample at the end of the tour. After...

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  • Las Vegas Neon Museum, Las Vegas

    13. Las Vegas Neon Museum

    This is just east of the Fremont Experience. This is part of the Neon Musuem, but this part is Free to public. Best times ofcourse, is at night, but be careful. It is outside of the safety of the...

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  • Other National/State Parks, Las Vegas

    14. Other National/State Parks

    Under Bringhurt’s direction with 29 other Mormon missionaries from Utah, began construction on June 14, 1855 to build a 150-foot square adobe fort, cultivate crops, build relationships with the...

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  • Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas

    15. Wynn Hotel

    More pictures of swimming at Vegas Swimming at the las vegas pools are one of the activities in Las Vegas. The Encore at Wynn has 3 pools but only the main pool is open for any age since the nearby...

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  • China Town, Las Vegas

    16. China Town

    This beautiful sculpture graces the center of Chinatown mall. It stand proudly adorned in gold and surround by a fountain. The story goes: Journey to the West is a mythological novel based on...

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  • Tours by Air, Las Vegas

    17. Tours by Air

    Numerous companies offer tours of the Grand Canyon by air and by shuttle bus. Personally, I'd recommend leaving a ground tour of the Canyon for another trip and taking the time to really experience...

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  • Bally's Hotel, Las Vegas

    18. Bally's Hotel

    While exploring Bally's Mall, my hubby decided he wanted to try one of these out. So we both did. Well I have to say it was relaxing and almost made me fall asleep. It made his back feel better too....

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  • Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas

    19. Mirage Hotel

    You will find this in front on the sidewalk in front of the Mirage, just on the other side of the bronze sculpture dolphins and water falls garden. This wonderful plaque reads: Masters of the...

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  • Freemont Street, Las Vegas

    20. Freemont Street

    These 18 embedded diamond or oval-shaped medallions commemorate the city’s 1905 founding and such seminal events as Nevada’s 1931 legalization of gambling and the Hoover Dam groundbreaking. Each cost...

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  • Montelago Village Resort, Las Vegas

    21. Montelago Village Resort

    When you want to escape the high noise levels on the Strip in Vegas, head on over to Lake Las Vegas, in Henderson, about 17 miles to the east , on the way to Lake Mead. This "Tuscany" look-like,...

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  • Paris Hotel, Las Vegas

    22. Paris Hotel

    This beautiful fountain has been replaced with an addition called the Sugar Shack Restaurant. Also, the city is trying to conserve their water so many of the fountains are either not running or...

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  • Stratosphere Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas

    23. Stratosphere Hotel and Casino

    I found these paintings, depicting tall, famous buildings around the world, on the way from the elevator to the indoors observation deck. They are, in the order I saw them: Picture 1: the CN Tower in...

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  • Mandalay Bay Hotel, Las Vegas

    24. Mandalay Bay Hotel

    I know it's a very touristy thing to do, but I wanted to see the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign, which might be one of the city's most famous landmarks. The sign was created in 1959 and because...

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  • Fashion Show Mall, Las Vegas

    25. Fashion Show Mall

    If you've read my other pages, I love the serendipity of finding the unique and unusual that people would otherwise pass by. The ABC Store in Las Vegas is located in the Fashion Show Mall, and gives...

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