Las Vegas is one of the most happening spots in the country. While it seems like an adult playground, there are plenty of attractions to take the kids too also. While this area of Nevada may be the gambling capital of the world, there are certain places that the entire family will enjoy. Here are the four perfect attractions for your children.
Shark Reef Aquarium of Mandalay Bay
While there’s no ocean for hundreds of miles, there are certainly some amazing oceanic creatures to enjoy. Little ones will love seeing all the sharks and tropical fish in the aquariums. Plan to spend some time exploring as there are more than 2,000 animals inside this massive complex. Additionally, there are 12 different kinds of sharks and crocodiles. It’s one of the best picture worthy sites around.
Adventuredome at Circus Circus
If the heat of the city is getting you down, then take your kids to an indoor amusement park for some fun without the sun. Circus Circus resort has roller coasters and all sorts of rides for your little ones to explore. Some of these coasters are massive for indoor limitations. There are bumper cars, an arcade, and even clown shows to enjoy.
Lost Worlds Myth and Magic
With 30,000 square feet of adventure, it’s easy to see why the Lost Worlds Myth and Magic is voted one of the best places for kids in Vegas. Explore the Knight’s Ninja Course, Enchanted Play Castle, or the Wizard’s Dungeon. This fun center is for kids of all ages. Best of all, they have affordable packages that allows your child to explore while not blowing your budget.
Fountains of Bellagio
While some might say that the Fountains of Bellagio are not for kids, the amazing production that these fountains display is mesmerizing no matter your age. The combination of water, lights, and music is loved and adored by millions of people around the world. In fact, it’s one of the most popular sites on the Vegas Strip. It’s completely free to view, and the fountains perform 24/7. Your child will be mesmerized by this phenomenal show.
There are so many things to see and do in Vegas that it’s hard to narrow the list down to just a few. Don’t forget about the Natural History Museum, Streetmosphere at the Venetian, or a sweet treat from Ethel M Chocolate Factory. Make sure you have plenty of time to explore all the fantastic sites this city offers. Who says Vegas can’t be a family vacation anyway?