When most tourists think about visiting Las Vegas
it is usually for reason of sin, to take their chances at the tables, and to get a glimpse of some of the most exotic women in the world. While Las Vegas does offer plenty of these offerings, you’d be surprised at everything else that it offers as well. From old battle forts to boneyards of neon lights and signs, the city of sin and the surrounding areas offer plenty of historical importance. There is a whole slew of hidden, historical landmarks that one must see. The question is where to start?
LINQ High Roller
You might have seen Ferris Wheels
before, but you’ve likely never seen or been on the tallest one in the world. And, that’s because it is housed right here in Las Vegas. It boasts the largest observation wheel in the world, standing at a towering and intimidating 550 feet high. It takes nearly 30 minutes for this towering tower of terror to make a full revolution, so anyway, you look at it, you will be getting your money worth by paying for a ticket. This doesn’t even mention the view from these heights. You’ll get a one-of-a-kind sightseeing adventure, unlike anything else available.
Paris Hotel Eiffel Tower
Speaking of heights, here is another towering attraction. Not quite as tall as the High Roller Ferris Wheel
, but plenty tall enough to make your bottom pucker if you are scared of heights. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that it’s located on the Strip. This mock Eiffel Tower
is easily one of the most recognized resorts on the Strip, as it towers 46 stories above street level, offering a 360-degree view from the observation deck. This is an entirely different way to see the Strip.
Fremont Street Experience
The Fremont Street Experience
is known as the heart of downtown Las Vegas and there is no question as to why when you lay eyes on the place. It’s all outdoors and it connects all the downtown hotels and casinos. From this location, you can get to all the most exciting and prolific attractions. It also features an impressive overheard, live light show that is extraordinary at night combine with the rest of the lighting from the Strip. There are also live performers, live bands, incredible drinks that offer any kind of drink you could think of or create, and restaurants that offer some of the most exotic cuisine known to man.