Things to Do in Nevada

Nevada offers the perfect opportunity for parents to realize their children’s dream through the combined fun and educational experiences available in the state. Immerse yourself in the history of the West in a museum and end the day in enjoying the sun in one of our premier water parks.

  1. Hall of Fame Pinball

The Hall of Fame Pinball is home to the world’s most extensive collection of Pinball machines. It is open to the public, and its access is free. Located a few blocks from the Las Vegas Strip, The Lounge has 10,000 square feet of interactive museum, Classic consoles, arcade machines from the 1950s to 90s, adding 152 pinball machines and 54 arcade machines. It’s the perfect place for video game lovers.

  1. Art House LV Gallery

We’re open Tuesday through Sunday. The arthouse museum is located in the Las Vegas Art District at the corner of S Casino Center Blvd and Colorado streets. Our mission is to support the art community and local artists of all ages and stages. Make a stop at our Ferrocarril house in 1940 and enjoy a variety of unimaginable art.

  1. Wet’ N’ Wild

Open according to the season of the year. The park has more than 25 attractions to enjoy. May the heat of the desert not beat you!

  1. Fletcher Stage Stop Oasis Bodie Rd.

The Stage Stop is just like the set of an oasis film in the middle of the waterless desert about 25 miles around. Note that Flecher passes by going to Bodie is for lovers of 4×4, also if there is good weather you can visit the cemetery of the ghost town of Aurora.

  1. Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon

Just 30 minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip is Flightlinez, the most amazing zip lines in the West. It’s worth the short transfer time. Enjoy the 8,000 feet high above Bootleg Canyon on the outskirts of Boulder City at 60 miles an hour! The tour has four sections and starts at the top of Red Mountain in Bootleg Canyon Park.

  1. Discovery museum for Children

The Discovery Museum for children is the perfect place to visit in the metropolitan area of Las Vegas, an afternoon spent in the museum will be a good investment. It has 58,000 feet within its nine different exhibition halls, three stories high, 26,000 feet of interactive spaces, and many more.

General admission- USD 14.99 for ages 1 to 99 (free for children under one year of age or over 100).

  1. CSI: The experience

Put yourself in the shoes of a CSI professional investigator and discover the hidden mysteries to solve the crime. With more than 12,000 square feet dive into the research world with the interactive CSI Center: the experience. Located at the MGM Grands Studio Walk, you will find a diary from 10 am to 10 pm this fun experience where you will be around 60 to 90 minutes.

General admission costs USD 30 per person; re-entry costs USD 26. Special prices for groups of 15 or more available. Advance ticket purchase is recommended for people over 12. Digital content is in English and has subtitles in Spanish.

  1. A volcano at the Mirage

The artificial volcano located in the Mirage erupts every hour from 7 pm until midnight. Intense fire and smoke were reaching 100 feet above the water.

  1. Gameworks Las Vegas

Interactive video game area. Enjoy the different options available.

  1. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is one of the seven most abundant and most impressive museums of Wax Sculptures of artists in the world. You can play, pose, and take pictures with all the sculptures. Visit and enjoy the more than 100 wax figures inside this large two-story, 30,000-square-foot museum to find the perfect photo.