Las Vegas entertainment, from the elaborately themed Casinos,
the Vegas strip, the hot nightclubs and world famous shows
of Las Vegas, can give provide you with whatever type
of fun you're looking for.
Sightseeing is where a lot of visitors start, just walking
up and down the Vegas strip and checking out the incredible architecture of some of
the most costly resorts and hotels in the entire country.
A Las Vegas Entertainment Guide will list each hotel's
popular attractions. In Caesar's
Palace, the fountain is a fun and free delight, which
has a Fall of Atlantis show. Every hour on the hour, the
life size animatronic figures come to life and explain
the myth of Atlantis.
The fountains of the
Bellagio are hard to miss, and are one of the most
well known events in Las Vegas Entertainment. This free
display of music, water and light takes place every half
hour until 7pm, after which it repeats every 15 minutes,
making it easy to add to your Las Vegas Entertainment
schedule. This $40 million dollar fountain shoots jets
of water 240 feet into the air, and is an impressive sight
that is also free and attracts crowds of spectators.
The $15 gondola ride at the Venetian is a great way to tour the Grand Canal shops. Float by
cafes under bridges and relax as you take in this beautiful
setting a relaxed pace. For more exciting fun, the Stratosphere is a good place to go. Start by taking the $9 ride up
to the top of this observation deck. The indoor deck is
at 857 feet, the outdoor one at 869 feet. Follow it with
a ride on the X Scream, a hair-raising one-minute ride.
At the top of the observation deck, this ride takes you
upwards the outdoor deck, where you suddenly take a 30
degree nosedive, then come to an abrupt halt as the ride
ends with you suspended in the air, 900 feet above the
ground. If you have a fear of falling this ride will most
certainly test your limits.
At any time of night or day there is something going
on to fit into your Las Vegas Entertainment schedule.
The shark reef at Mandalay
Bay is open from 10am to 11pm, and has piranhas, sharks,
crocodiles, eels, stingrays and real coral reefs along
with petting pools. Circus
Circus is home to the World's Largest Permanent Circus,
putting on shows every half hour daily from 11am to midnight,
and is another free attraction that should not be missed.
200 different games line the midway, making for an authentic
carnival atmosphere. High wire and trapeze artists as
well as acrobats and jugglers provide circus entertainment,
Las Vegas style. Arrive 15 minutes beforehand to get one
of the 60 seats in the stands, which are always full by
show time or you will have to stand and watch from the
other side of the stage. For any activity you choose to
go to be sure to check if you need tickets. Buying your Las Vegas tickets ahead of time can save you a lot of time and hassle.