(That Aren't Gambling)
You'll find one of the best views of the city from the top. It's also one of the most romantic things to do in Las Vegas!
Watching the Bellagio fountian show is one of the most iconic things to do in Las Vegas and is a must. It is one of the city's most impressive sights.
You can pretend that you're in Venice without leaving the Strip. Ride a gondola that circles around the outside of the hotel, or cruise through the Grand Canal Shoppes.
You'll find plenty of activity options in this historic side of Vegas. Watch a light show on the world's longest video screen, or zipline across the canopy on the Slotzilla.
Snap a photo with the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, one of the city's most iconic sights and symbols.
The 14,000 square foot conservatory has stunning plant and floral displays that change based on the season, while repurposing the existing plants.
Standing 500 feet high, this is the highest observation wheel in the world. Go during happy hour – it includes an open bar, so you can sip a cocktail while watching the lights twinkle on the Strip.
Walking throught the Neon Boneyard is one of the most unique things to do in Las Vegas. You'll find relics of Old Vegas here, as this is where old casino signs have gone to retire.
The grand shopping center located at the Caesar's Hotel & Casino is boasts some of the highest retail sales in the nation. You'll find plenty of shops, from designer boutiques, and more.
One of the top day trips from Las Vegas, Valley of Fire is Nevada's oldest state parks and is full of stunning red rocks and breathtaking desert landscapes.