Adventuredome Theme Park – Circus Circus – 2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-794-3939 – Domed 5 acre enclosed theme park featuring over 15 rides for all ages including the world’s largest indoor roller coaster. Call for hours.
America the Beautiful Music Festival – Early in November on Veterans’ Day Weekend, the Clark County Amphitheatre hosts a music festival to benefit Veterans Helping Veterans, featuring live bands, crafts and food vendors, games, face painting, glass blowing, and more. Call 702-407-7589 for more information.
Atomic Testing Museum – 755 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89119 – 702-794-5151 – The Atomic Testing Museum offers a permanent 8,000 sq. ft. gallery and the ATM Store, a specialty gift shop. Open Monday-Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm a Sundays 1:00pm-5:00pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day. Admission is $12.00 Adults, $9.00 Seniors, Military, and Students (w/ID), Children 6 and Under and NTSHF Members (w/ membership card) are admitted free.
The Auto Collections – At The Linq Resort & Casino. Enjoy the world’s largest and finest classic car showroom with $100 million worth of inventory on display and for sale. Stroll among more than 250 antique, muscle, famous, historically significant and special interest vehicles. 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-794-3174 Open 10:00am – 6:00pm
Ballroom, Latin, Salsa and Swing Dancing – Something for everyone, from professional dance competitions to twirling the night away at your local hot spots.
Bonnie Springs Old Nevada – 16 miles west of Las Vegas – 702-875-4191 – An old western town in Red Rock Canyon 16 miles west of Las Vegas with a motel, petting zoo, shops, activities and western shootouts.
Boulder City / Hoover Dam Museum – 444 Hotel Plaza, Boulder City, NV 89005 – 702-294-1988 – Free movie screening, “The Construction of Hoover Dam,” and historical memorabilia relating to the workers and construction of Hoover Dam. Gift shop. Donation. Open 10:00am – 4:00pm.
Bruno’s Indian Museum – 1306 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City, NV 89005 – 702-293-4865 Bruno’s Indian Museum promotes and educates the public about the Native American artists of the Southwest, of which 2,000 are represented in the fine art gallery and jewelry store. Open daily 10am – 5pm.
Calico Ghost Town – 10 miles north of Barstow, Exit I-15 at Ghost Town Rd. – 760-254-2122 – 1881 Marked the beginning of one of the largest silver strikes in California history and the birth of Calico. This authentic silver mining town lives on as one of the few original mining camps of the Old West. Admission is $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for youth and free for children 5 & under. South on I-15 about 2 1/2 hours from Las Vegas.
Cars and Coffee – Every Saturday 7-10:00 a.m. – Sansone Park Place – 9500 South Eastern Avenue. There will be something for everyone to enjoy as hundreds of proud drivers from the Las Vegas area and beyond congregate to kick tires and have a cup of coffee. With classics, exotics, concepts, hotrods, motorcycles and more, you’ll be sure to have a good time with this wide gathering of auto enthusiasts. And it’s all free, minus the coffee of course.
Celebrity City Chorus – a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, invites singers to join the group Tuesday evenings from 7 to 10 p.m. Women of all ages interested in singing a cappella four-part harmony, barbershop style are invited. For more information, call 223-7893. 3720 E. Tropicana Avenue- Las Vegas, NV 89121.
Circus Acts – Circus Circus – 2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-734-0410 – Free circus acts, 11:00 am thru midnight daily.
Clark County Heritage Museum – 1820 S Boulder Hwy., Henderson, NV 89014 – 702-455-7955 – County history museum with exhibits, restored historic structures and ghost town.
CSI: The Experience – 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89109 702-891-7006 – CSI: The Experience is an interactive exhibit providing visitors with a hands-on, exploratory, multi-sensory experience in the world of crime scene investigation. It is designed to educate the public about forensic processes, procedures and technologies. At the exhibit, visitors will investigate a “real” crime scene and interact via video with favorite characters from the hit television show as well as real-life forensic experts. MGM Grand Hotel & Casino at the Studio Walk Open Daily 10:00am – 10:00pm (Last admission: 8:30pm) CSI: The Experience is recommended for ages 12+. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Desert Princess Cruise – Las Vegas Boat Harbor at Lake Mead – 702-293-6180 The Desert Princess is an authentic, three-level, Mississippi-style paddlewheeler. Just being on board takes you back to the Old South. The Desert Princess is U.S. Coast Guard certified for 300 passengers and 10 crew members. She is spaciously equipped with 2 climate-controlled enclosed decks and an open promenade deck just perfect for taking in the cool, clean air and the wondrous sights. If you’re looking for an excursion aboard a vessel that has plenty of room to move around, lots of outdoor deck space to take photographs and videos, and a smooth ride, the Desert Princess is just the vessel for you.
Desperado Roller Coaster – Buffalo Bill’s, Primm, NV – 702-382-1212 – One of the world’s tallest and fastest roller coasters is located at the California/Nevada border just 30 minutes from Las Vegas. The ride begins with an initial lift height of 209 feet and a breathtaking 225-foot drop.
Dig This – Heavy Equipment Playground – Re-live your sandbox days with the huge caterpillar bulldozers and excavators that await you in one of the most fun and memorable experiences you will ever encounter. Under the watchful eye of our experienced instructors you will be successfully operating one of these yellow giants in less than 10 minutes through a course that will take you through a series of at least 3 activities where you will move mountains, stack monster rocks, dig huge holes, and so much more.
Ethel M Chocolate Light the Night Spectacular – The Mars chocolatier family hangs thousands of lights on their desert plant garden and hosts special tours of their facility, beginning in late November and extending through early January. Call 702-433-2500 for more information.
First Friday – Arts District, Downtown Las Vegas Enjoy art, music and food at this monthly cultural event. Free
Flamingo Wildlife Habitat – 3555 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas NV 89109 – Live African penguins and Chilean flamingos are on display in the outdoor Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, part of 15 acres of tropical gardens. These birds, along with mute swans, black-necked swans, Australian black swans, Gambel’s quail, African crowned crane, pheasants, helmeted guinea fowl, swans, several varieties of ducks, Japanese koi fish, grass carp, sacred ibises, macaws, cockatoos, chub minnows and albino channel catfish are carefully tended by experts and live on islands and streams surrounded by sparkling waterfalls and lush foliage. Grebter grackle birds, house sparrows, mallard ducks and hummingbirds are seasonal visitors to the menagerie.
Flyaway Indoor Skydiving – 200 Convention Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-731-4768 – Experience the thrill of skydiving indoors.
Fountains at Bellagio – 3400 Las Vegas Blvd S. Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-791-7111 – Over a thousand soaring fountains fill Bellagio’s lake, enhanced at nightfall by color and light. Accompanying this water ballet is the, music of composers such as Copland and Strauss and vocalists such as Luciano Pavarotti. Shows every half hour in the afternoons and every 15 minutes in the evenings. FREE!
Fremont Street Experience – Fremont Street – Downtown Las Vegas – 702-678-5600 Features a Space Frame, rising 90 feet in height and stretching almost 1,400 feet along Fremont Street from Main Street to Fourth Street. Set into the inner surface of the space frame are nearly 2.1 million lights. Within the space frame are 208 speakers capable of producing 540,000 watts of sound and concert-quality music. Thirty-two computers generate animated images perfectly syncopated to sound. In addition, there are $2 million in ambient lights, including 180 computer-programmed strobe lights and 64 variable color lighting fixtures capable of producing more than 300 colors, within the space frame. Hourly show from dusk to midnight. Free.
Fresh 52 Farmers Market – Open 52 Saturdays and Sundays a year. Fresh52 farmers & artisan market is a lively, friendly, open air market where neighbors and friends come together to celebrate their community. Every Sunday morning the market features choice vendors with organic & pesticide/chemical free seasonal produce, freshly baked goods, gourmet olive oils, salsas, spices, sauces, nuts, handmade modern crafts, artisans & more!
Gallery Of History – 3200 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV – 702-731-0785 Historical documents framed as elegant works of art. Located in The Fashion Show Mall.
GameWorks – 3785 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-432-GAME – In the Showcase Mall. More than 250 games and a 75-foot rock-climbing structure provides fun and excitement for all ages. Open 10:00am to 4:00am
George L. Sturman Museum of Fine Art – 107 E Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104 – 702-384-2615 -The museum houses contemporary artwork from many famous artists such as Alexander Calder, Salvador Dali, Willem De Kooning, Robert De Niro, and Henri Matisse to name a few. In addition, an extensive collection of African art, animation cels and comic strip art, American art, Master Drawings and Paintings are also on display. Open 10:30am to 4:00pm daily. Admission is $5.00.
Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary – 8103 Racel St, Las Vegas NV 89131 – 702-645-4224 – Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary is located near Tule Springs and is Southern Nevada’s only nonprofit wildlife refuge and public education center housing exotic and indigenous birds and animals in a park-like setting.
Goldwell Open Air Museum – West of Beatty, NV near Rhyolite, NV – 702-870-9946 – The Goldwell Open Air Museum is a 7.8 acre outdoor sculpture park approximately 5 miles west of the town of Beatty and 120 miles north of Las Vegas. It is a free admission facility, open year-round, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It began as a project of Belgian artist Albert Szukalski in 1984 with the installation of his major sculpture, “The Last Supper,” which he created in cooperation with several Beatty residents. In subsequent years, six additional pieces were added to the site by three other Belgian artists (Fred Bervoets, Hugo Heyrman, and Dre Peeters) who, like Szukalski, were major figures in European art with extensive exhibition records.
Gondolas – Venetian Hotel Las Vegas – No trip to Venice – or The Venetian – would be complete without a graceful and romantic glide down the Grand Canal in an authentic Venetian gondola. Float beneath bridges, beside cafes, under balconies and through the vibrant Venetian streetscape as your singing gondolier sweeps you down the Grand Canal for a ride like no other.
Grand Canyon – Grand Canyon, AZ – About 300 miles (480 km.) from Las Vegas, 1 1/2 hour flight by plane, Tours Available
Grand Canyon West – approximately 120 miles east of Las Vegas, NV – 877-716-9378 – The Grand Canyon Skywalk is the first ever cantilever-shaped glass walkway to suspend more than 4,000 feet above the canyon’s floor and extend 70 feet from the canyon’s rim. Other attractions available at Grand Canyon West include The Indian Village with authentic dwellings, The Hualapai Market, and The Hualapai Ranch, a western town with horseback and wagon rides. Grand Canyon West is the only location throughout the entire Grand Canyon where visitors can access the river and water recreation activities at the bottom of the canyon via helicopter tours. In addition to boat tours on the river, Hummer tours are available along the rim of the canyon and through private areas that are otherwise inaccessible to the public. Directions form Las Vegas: South on US-93, 40 miles past Hoover Dam turn left (North) on to Pierce Ferry Road for 28 miles. Turn Right (East) on to Diamond Bar Road go for 21 miles. Diamond Bar Road will end at the only entrance to Grand Canyon West, which is the Grand Canyon West Airport
Gravityzone Las Vegas Skydiving – Jean Sport Aviation Airport, Jean, NV – 702-456-3802. Experience the thrill of a tandem or solo skydive in Las Vegas, the city that never sleeps. We offer the highest jump around Las Vegas, all the way up to 13,500 ft. Feel the air rush in your face as you freefall through the air at 120 mph. You get to pull the ripcord with the help of a master parachutist to guide your parachute down to a safe landing. Capture the moment with a Music Video and Still Photography. All our Instructors and Jumpmasters are licensed by the USPA/FAA.
The Good Times Square and Round Dance Club – invites you to dance with them every Friday night, 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Snyder Elementary School, 4317 E. Colorado Ave. If school is not available, club dances at Riviera Vegas Mobile Home Park, 2038 Palm St. Couples and singles welcome. 702-565-7096.
Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve – 2400 Moser, Henderson, NV – 702-267-4180 The Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve provides the public a venue to see and learn about birds in a human-made habitat providing naturally occurring food sources for resident, migrating and nesting birds. The preserve is home to more than 200 species of birds. The city-owned preserve is open daily from 6:00am to 3:00pm.
Hoover Dam – Hwy 93 at the Nevada/Arizona Border – 702-294-3524. The new visitor center hours of operation are 9:00am to 5:45pm. A guided, 35-minute tours of Hoover Dam take visitors deep inside the monolith for a complete explanation of its history, purpose and inner workings. Tours Available.
IMAX-3D Theatre – IMAX Theatre features films in IMAX and IMAX 3D. They take you on the world’s most exotic journeys – in maximum image and maximum sound – to places you’ve never been and in ways you’ve never seen. With a 7-story screen and 30,000 watts of sound, it is truly as high as high tech gets. Experience the IMAX difference.
Jazz On The Lake – 7pm – 10pm – MonteLago Village at Lake Las Vegas – Free admission. No coolers please.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area – Access off I-15 in Nevada; U.S. Highways 93 and 95 in NV & AZ – 702-293-8907 – Lake Mead National Recreation Area (NRA) offers a wealth of things to do and places to go year-round.
Las Vegas Men’s Chorus – meets every Monday, 7-9:30 p.m. at Community Lutheran Church, 3720 E. Tropicana Ave. near Sandhill Rd. New members are always welcome.
Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix – 1401 N. Rainbow Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89108 – 702-259-7000 – A 7 acre Family Fun Center with 3 Go Kart tracks, Gran Prix, Dragon Roller Coaster, Super Fun Slide, 7000 sq. foot Restaurant/Party Room and Arcade. Located just off I-95 at Rainbow and Vegas Dr. Open Year round Sunday-Thursday 10:00am to 10:00pm, Friday and Saturday 10:00am to midnight. ALL ages.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway – 7000 Las Vegas Blvd. No., Las Vegas, Nevada 89115 – 702-644-4444 – A unique motorsports entertainment experience for every race fan. The 1,500-acre Las Vegas Motor Speedway complex includes a 1.5-mile superspeedway, 2.5-mile road course, 1/2-mile dirt oval, drag strip, Go-Kart tracks, racing schools and a variety of additional motorsports facilities and attractions. 800-644-4444
Las Vegas Natural History Museum – 900 Las Vegas Blvd North, Las Vegas, NV 89101 – 702-384-DINO Features animated dinosaurs, Southern Nevada’s plant and animal life, international wildlife room, shark exhibit with live sharks, children’s hands-on exploration room, and gift shop. Now open, a new floor to the Museum featuring exhibits about the African Savanna and African Rainforest. FREE 2 years and under and Museum members.
Las Vegas Springs Preserve – 333 S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, NV – 702-822-7770. Explore the Springs Preserve, once home to ancient tribes and the resting place for weary Spanish explorers. Learn about the history of the Las Vegas Valley as well as methods to maintain a sustainable lifestyle in the desert. The Preserve is open daily from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Trails close at dusk. Entrance to the gardens and trails at the Springs Preserve is free to the public, however you must obtain a ticket to enter. You must obtain gardens and trails tickets from the Preserve when you visit; you cannot order them online.
Lied Discovery Children’s Museum – 833 Las Vegas Blvd. North, Las Vegas, NV 89101 – 702-382-3445 Touch see, explore, and experience over 100 hands-on science and art exhibits in one of the country’s largest children’s museums. Open Tuesday – Sunday 10:00am to 5:00pm and most school holidays.
Liguori’s Art & Jewelry Gallery Museum – 567 Nevada Way, Boulder City, NV 89005 – 702-293-4865. This art gallery and museum features sculpture and jewelry by native Las Vegan, Steven Liguori, artwork and jewelry from various local artists, raw precious and semi-precious stone, and historical relics from the construction of the Hoover Dam. Local guest artists are featured here throughout the year. (Located on the corner of Nevada Way & Wyoming St. on the scenic route to Hoover Dam)
Madame Tussaud’s Las Vegas – 3377 Las Vegas Blvd, S., Las VeSuite 2001, gas, Nevada 89109 – 702-862-7800 – Inviting guests to “Do the Things that Celebrities Do,” Madame Tussauds Las Vegas immerses visitors in one-of-a-kind, interactive experiences that create personal memories with some of the world’s biggest icons. The attraction’s newest experience, Hef: The Experience, featuring Hugh Hefner invites visitors to “Be a Bunny” as they mix and mingle with the world’s most popular swinging single while donning the signature bunny ears! Other new experiences include Marry Clooney in which guests say “I Do” to Hollywood’s most unobtainable bachelor, “George Clooney,” and Celebrity Poker with “Ben Affleck” which teaches visitors the game of Texas Hold ‘em while inviting them to go head-to-head with one another alongside “Ben Affleck.” Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is open seven days a week. For attraction hours and pricing, please call 702-862-7800.
Manhattan Express Roller Coaster – 3790 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-740-6969. The Manhattan Express loops around the entire hotel.
McCarran Aviation History Museum – McCarran International Airport – 702-261-5211. The Museum shows the history of aviation in Southern Nevada, from the first flight in 1920 through the introduction of jets. The Museum focuses on the history of commercial and general aviation, and is open 24 hours a day. The Museum’s main exhibit is located above baggage claim on level two, with an additional exhibit in the general and corporate aviation terminal operated by Signature Flight Support. Admission is free.
Motor Trend International Auto Show – The Las Vegas Convention Center hosts an annual exposition of new cars, mini-vans, SUVs and trucks in late November. Call 702-892-0711 for more information.
Mt. Charleston – US95 North to Hwy 157, then west on Hwy 157 for 17 miles – 702-873-8800. Miles of hiking and biking trails about 30 miles from Las Vegas. The pine forests provide great picnic spots, horseback riding in the summer and skiing in the winter
Neon Museum – The Fremont Street ‘Galleries’ – 702-387-NEON. The Neon Museum officially “opened” with the installation of its first refurbished sign, The Hacienda Horse and Rider, on November 15, 1996 at the intersection of Las Vegas Blvd. and Fremont Street. Today ten refurbished signs can be seen 24 hours a day 7 days a week in outdoor “galleries”. The first gallery is located in front of Neonopolis on the south side near the Horse and Rider and the other is on the 3rd Street cul-de-sac adjacent to The Fremont Street Experience canopy.
New Year’s Eve Downtown – For a more organized alternative to the Strip celebration, enjoy popular live bands and a synchronized fireworks display at the Freemont Street arcade. Call 702-678-5777 for more information.
New Year’s Eve on the Strip – The entire Strip is packed with partying street crowds and top name entertainers everywhere. Call 702-892-0711 for more information.
Old Las Vegas Mormon State Historic Park – 500 E Washington Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101. 702-486-3511 (commonly known as the Old Fort) The first permanent non-native settlers in the Las Vegas Valley were a group of Mormon missionaries who built an adobe fort along Las Vegas Creek in 1855. They successfully farmed the area by diverting water from the creek. Today, the park includes a remnant of the original adobe fort, which serves as a Visitor Center with interpretive displays. The Visitor Center contains exhibits on the history of the site, as well as historic artifacts. Historic interpretation is and will remain the focus of the park. The Old Fort is open Monday through Saturday, 8 am to 4:30 pm.
Pinball Hall of Fame – 1610 E. Tropicana, Las Vegas NV 89119 – The Pinball Hall of Fame is an attempt by the members of the Las Vegas Pinball Collectors Club to house and display the world’s largest pinball collection, open to the public. A not-for-profit corporation was established to further this cause. The games belong to one club member (Tim Arnold), and range from 1950s up to 1990s pinball machines. Since it is a non-profit museum, older games from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s are the prevalent, as this was the “heyday” of pinball. There are no “ticket spitters” here (aka kiddie casinos or redemption). It’s all pure pinball (and a few arcade novelty games) from the past. Hours: 11am till 11pm, 7 days a week
Planetarium at CSN – 3200 East Cheyenne Ave, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 – 702-651-4759. This excellent planetarium offers special movie programs with titles like The Explorers and Sky Watch. Show times are 6:00pm and 7:30pm Fridays and 3:30pm and 7:30pm on Saturdays. After the 7:30pm showings, telescopes at the student observatory will be available for viewing, depending on weather conditions. Call or visit their website for current showings and special events. Admission is $4 for adults; $2.50 for seniors over 55, children under 12 and CSN students. Disabled access is available. 5pm-8pm Fri; 3pm-8pm Sat.
Red Rock Canyon – 15 miles (24 km.) west of Las Vegas out Charleston Blvd. 702-363-1921 Once the home of ancient Indian tribes, this magnificent canyon was formed by a thrust fault — a fracture in the earth’s crust where one rock plate is thrust horizontally over another. Take a scenic drive through the blazing red rock formations of Southern Nevada.
River Rafting Tours – You can pick from several different tours.
Roadhouse Farmers Market – Open 9am – 1pm every Saturday (weather permitting). We have fresh fruits and veggies, homemade treats and breads, handmade crafts and gifts. We’ve got live entertainment and a bounce house for the kids. 2100 N Boulder Hwy on the corner of Boulder Hwy & Sunset in Henderson.
Rock n’ Roll Memorabilia – Hard Rock – 4475 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109. 702-693-5000. The hotel/casino’s rock n’ roll ambiance is created by hundreds of thousands of dollars in memorabilia displayed throughout the property.
Sandy Valley Ranch – Sandy Valley, NV – 702-631-0463 Offering cattle round ups, trail rides and wagon rides. for your corporate training and team building needs, they provide a unique combination of horse and cattle activities mixed with soft-skills training in their conference rooms. Tamer adventures are available with their antique, climate-controlled covered wagon Bed and Breakfast.
Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay – 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas NV, 89119 – 702-632-4555. Not your typical aquarium, Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is a total sensory experience designed to transport visitors to an undersea ocean of fantastic sights, sounds and encounters. Featuring 2,000 dangerous and unusual aquatic animals from the world’s tropical waters, Shark Reef Aquarium takes visitors on a journey through an ancient temple that has been slowly claimed by the sea. View 100 aquatic species, including 13 different species of sharks! Open daily Sunday- Thursday 10 am to 8 pm and Friday & Saturday 10 am to 10 pm with the last admission one hour prior to closing.
Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat – 3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – 702-791-7111 – “Magicians of the Century” Siegfried & Roy invite you to enter into their Secret Garden at the Mirage Hotel & Casino, where you will see Royal White Tigers, Magical White Lions, panthers, and leopards. Enter this tropical atmosphere, surrounded by palm trees and lush foliage, and a different world that is exotic, enchanting and full of adventure lies before you. Open Daily: Memorial day to Labor day 10:00am-7:00pm; Labor day to Memorial day 11:00am-5:30pm weekdays and 10:00am-5:30pm weekends.
Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art – 1000 E Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89104. 702-240-2777 The Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art has opened at 1000 E, Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas. Currently exhibiting the masterly work of Zinda Hogue and abstract works by local artist, Rick Metzler. The Museum is non-profit and features contemporary art exhibits emphasizing art after Post-Modernism. Free Admission. 702-388-4223 Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, Noon – 4pm.
Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society – looks forward to our 48th season. Wrap yourself in cosmic grandeur with Haydn’s The Creation this fall and the rich sounds of J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with children’s choir in the spring.
Stardusters Square Dance Club – meets from 6:45 to 8:45 p.m. Tuesdays (beginners) and Thursdays at East Las Vegas Community/Senior Center, 250 N. Eastern Ave. 702-348-4906
Stratosphere Tower – 2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas NV, 89104. 702-383-4755 See the city like you’ve never seen it…millions of lights flickering into the darkness of a distant horizon…Las Vegas at night. Breathtaking and unforgettable, its brilliance will last a lifetime. See it from the 1,149 foot Stratosphere Tower – the tallest free-standing observation tower in the United States. Tower Hours: 9am – 1am Sunday through Thursday; 9am – 2am Friday, Saturday and Holidays.
Sunset Stampede – Sam’s Town – 5111 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV 89122. 702-456-7777 FREE Laser Light and Water Show at 2:00pm, 6:00pm, 8:00pm and 10:00pm daily, the mountain in the Mystic Falls Indoor Park comes alive as the Sunset Stampede chronicles the Western pioneer experience with music, lights and animation.
Tony & Tina’s Wedding – You’ve heard of dinner and a movie? Tony & Tina’s Wedding will take everything about that idea to a higher level…with an unforgettable, audience interactive and really FUN dinner show. Bally’s Hotel & Casino.
UNLV Barrick Museum Of Natural History – 4505 Maryland Pkwy. , Las Vegas, NV. 702-895-3381 Outdoor xeriscape demonstration garden, live desert reptiles, mammals and insects, natural history and anthropology.
UNLV Sports Entertainment – Locals and visitors can enjoy college football, baseball, basketball and much more right here in Las Vegas with UNLV Sports Entertainment!
Valley of Fire State Park – North on I-15 from Las Vegas, take NV Rt. 169 at Crystal south to park. 702-397-2088 Scenic landscapes of hidden canyons and unique rock formations, petroglyphs and remains of ancient Indian civilization, Nevada Park Service visitors center, tours available. Visitor Center Hours 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM daily
The Vegas Valley Legacy Band – is open to musicians interested in playing the music of yesterday, today and tomorrow. The band is looking for musicians who play a concert band instrument and is open to everyone, young and old, regardless of playing ability level.
Volcano At The Mirage – 3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109. 702-791-7111. Set amid a tropical lagoon, The Mirage volcano erupts every few minutes after dark, spewing smoke and fire 100 feet above the water. FREE.
Walker African-American Museum – 705 W Van Buren, Las Vegas, NV 89106. 702-647-2242 The museum, a nonprofit tax-exempt corporation, strives to preserve and promote the history of people of African descent in Las Vegas, as well as across the US and abroad. The museum offers over 10,000 items consisting of ethnic dolls, art, artifacts, figurines, posters, prints, books, magazines, buttons, records, and personal items of renown African-Americans and must more. The museum’s gift shop offers an array of afrocentric art, gifts, greeting cards, fashion and accessories.
Wine and Cheese Tasting – Join the staff of Sunset & Vines for a wine and cheese tasting every Tuesday from 6 to 7:30pm. Serving wines that are often exclusive to our wine bar and hand-selected by our Wine Director. No sign-up. No RSVP. Just show up with your friends and enjoy the ambience of one of the most beautiful wine bars in the West.