Las Vegas


Las Vegas was founded in 1905. Since than the city underwent dramatic changes. We’ve put together information on how could the city help in growing up kids and family living in general.

  • Drive a powerful off-road vehicle near Las Vegas
  • Feel the thrill of the open road on a scooter tour of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
  • Climb the hills and explore the Red Rock Canyon at your own pace on electric bike
  • Red Rock Canyon Tour

  • Drive an ATV through El Dorado Canyon then go deep into Techatticup Mine on an adventurous off-road tour
  • Attractions: Exotic Racing, Vegas Indoor Skydiving, Crime Scene Investigation: The Experience, High Roller, FlyLINQ, Marvel Avengers STATION Interactive Exhibit, Vegas Mini Baja Chase, more info here
  • Join the Party in Downtown Las Vegas: Free Viva Vision light shows at Fremont Street Experience, Arts District, Symphony Park, SlotZilla zip-line, Free Concerts, Arcade Games, 25 Fun Things to Do on Fremont Street, Zak Bagans Haunted Museum, The Mob Museum (every story has two sides), Neon Museum, Container Park, Downtown Las Vegas Events Center (DLVEC), Fear The Walking Dead, Movies at The Dome, Life is Beautiful Murals, Driver-less Shuttle on Fremont East, and more
  • Things to do with kids: Adventuredome Theme Park, Bellagio Gardens, Shark Reef Aquarium, High Roller Observation Wheel, Madame Tussauds, Marvel Avengers, Volcano, Aquarium and Atrium at Mirage, The Wildlife Habitat, Siegfried and Roy Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, M&M’s World, Hershey’s Chocolate World, Ethel M Chocolate Factory Tour, Vegas Indoor Skydiving, Pole Position Raceway, Natural History Museum, Area 51 Tour, and more

  • Downtown Arts District, including the annual Las Vegas Film Festival
  • Las Vegas Academy of the Arts
  • Smith’s Center for the Performing Arts, at the Symphony Park
  • More than two dozens of public libraries, conveniently located and with access to computers, WiFi-enabled
  • Sports (NHL-Golden Knights, UFC, NFL-Raiders, WNBA): T-Mobile Arena, Raider’s Stadium (to be opened in 1st quarter of 2020)
  • There are 68 parks in Las Vegas

We hope this is pretty much enough information to have an idea what is Las Vegas and to enjoy it!