Las Vegas is a resort city primarily known for its casinos. But there is more to Vegas than just gambling. It is known as the Entertainment Capital of the World because there are so many things to do.
Check out these ten reasons to visit Las Vegas without stepping foot inside a casino:
Are you excited to tie the knot with your significant other? You can do it as soon as you want, because Las Vegas doesn’t have a requisite waiting period to get a marriage license.
You can simply apply for one online, and it may be approved as soon as you land in Nevada. There’s a reason why Sin City is rife with wedding chapels.
Gordon Ramsay, Roy Choi, Bobby Flay, and Giada de Laurentiis—they are some of the most popular chefs in the world, and they all have restaurants in Las Vegas. The Strip is known as a culinary heaven, which has all types of restaurants and chains, including six McDonald’s.
The best and most popular singers in the world have residencies in Vegas in 2023. Among them are Adele, Katy Perry, Sting, Barry Manilow, Bruno Mars, Usher, and more.
Las Vegas is for children, too. SeaQuest Las Vegas features 20,000 square feet of adventure where children (and adults) enjoy interactions with land and sea animals. Over two million people visit SeaQuest every year.
Do you want to do some luxury shopping in Vegas? Visit The Shops at Crystals or The Forum Shops at Caesars. For bargain shopping, visit the Las Vegas Premium Outlets North and South. Vegas is said to have the most shopping outlets per capita in the world.
If you take out the glitz and the glam of the city lights, Las Vegas is still a gorgeous place to visit. It is a rocky landscape, a basin surrounded by mountain ranges on all sides. Nature-loving tourists should visit Red Rock Canyon, the first place designated as a National Conservation Area in Nevada.
At Dale Jarrett Racing Adventure, you can pretend to be a professional race car driver. You can get behind the wheel of a real race car and drive like a NASCAR pro on a real track.
In most states, it is illegal to drink in public places. Not so in Las Vegas. Don’t be surprised to see people walking around The Strip with a beer in hand or a large cocktail glass with little umbrellas.
Nobody wants to work while in Vegas, but it does have some of the best trade and convention centers in the world, and millions attend them each year.
A museum might be the last thing you think of visiting in Vegas. However, Sin City has some of the most interesting museums in the world.
The National Atomic Testing Museum showcases the history of nuclear testing in the Mojave Desert. The Neon Museum preserves the city’s most iconic signs. Then there’s the Mob Museum, which celebrates Nevada’s Mafia history.
You can definitely bet on Las Vegas to entertain you. There are many reasons to visit this fantastic city—after all, it’s aptly called the Entertainment Capital of the World!