Things to do in Las Vegas
As the Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas is a city that is constantly reinventing itself to provide innovative ways to impress its visitors.
Visit Downtown Summerlin where there are 125 stores and restaurants. You also have shopping and entertainment at the heart of the Strip at the Fashion Show and Miracle Mile malls. Many resorts also offer their own shopping experience like the Grand Bazaar Shops in front of Bally’s and The Encore Esplanade.
Las Vegas offers a diverse mix of cultural and civic attractions, as well as several interesting museums. You can travel back in time and learn about ancient civilizations and see representations of life-size dinosaurs on display. You can learn about everything from local plants and wildlife to some local history at The Mob Museum downtown.
Las Vegas offers legendary shows and entertainers, Cirque du Soleil spectaculars, world-renowned concert headliners, Broadway-caliber productions, award-winning magicians and unique-to-Las Vegas production shows.
Shows taking place in February
- "O" by Cirque du Soleil at the Bellagio
- Blue Man Group at the Luxor
- Vegas! The Show at Planet Hollywood
- "The Beatles LOVE" by Cirque du Soleil at the Mirage
- Céline Dion at Ceasars Palace
Las Vegas has redefined the culinary and wine experience by offering the most comprehensive collection of celebrity chefs and restaurants, more master sommeliers than any city in the world and more wine sold per capita than in any other destination.
Top-rated restaurants in Las Vegas
- Joël Robuchon & L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand
- Picasso at Bellagio
- Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace
- Top of the World at Stratosphere
- Estiatorio Milos at The Cosmopolitan
With more than 40 golf courses in the area, Las Vegas is host to some of the finest including Bali Hai, Royal Links, TPC Las Vegas and Bear’s Best. Las Vegas boasts a number of world-class courses starting with the Wynn Golf Club, the only resort golf course on the Strip. Another standout is the Rio Secco golf club in Henderson, home to the Butch Harmon School of Golf.
Las Vegas has a collection of the finest spas, treatments, salons and big-name stylists. Highlights include the Arctic Ice Room at Qua Baths at Caesars Palace, where falling snow relieves stress. The Drift Spa at Palms Place offers the Turkish hammam for ritualized cleansing and relaxation. The Spa at ARIA offers one of the only Japanese stone sauna “ganbanyoku” beds in the country.
After dinner, you can experience a variety of nightspots with personalities as varied as their own. From elaborately themed clubs to the new wave of upscale “ultra lounges” sweeping the Strip, attendees can choose from a wide array of offerings, including Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub (The Cosmopolitan), LAX (Luxor), Gold Diggers (Golden Nugget), Chateau (Paris), TAO/LAVO (The Venetian/The Palazzo), 1 OAK (The Mirage), Hyde (Bellagio), Hakkasan (MGM Grand) Drai’s (The Cromwell) and OMNIA (Caesars Palace).