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Kid-Friendly Places To Visit When You're Visiting Las Vegas

When you think of having vacation with your family, Las Vegas might not be the first place that comes into mind. It might not be a place where you can see the temple History and Art Daily in or a place full of fun and laughter such as Disneyland but you might be surprised to learn that Las Vegas also offers various attractions to keep your kids entertained! The place regarded as “Sin City” is actually a lot more kid-friendly than what you might be thinking.

So if you need your kids distracted while you are at a convention or just simply looking to visit the place for your next family vacation, here are a few places to add to your itinerary that you and your kids can visit:

Adventuredome Themed Park
Located below a massive pink-colored dome, the five-acre theme park is perfect for kids as well as adults to enjoy thrilling rides and games at any time of the year. The place offers various fun rides for all ages from kiddie rides to thrilling rides and massive roller coasters. They also offer arcades, fair games, mini golf and 4D-viewing experience. There are no entrance fees and you only have to pay for the rides and games that you play. If you are planning to spend a lot of time here, it is suggested to purchase the all-day ride ticket for you and your kids to fully enjoy the once in a lifetime experience. Adventure dome is a guaranteed memorable place to have a tour with your family in Las Vegas.

High Roller Observation Wheel
Standing at a staggering 550 feet from the ground, the High Roller is considered the highest observation wheel in the whole world. The observation wheel – not a Ferris wheel – features tiny rooms that can accommodate 45 people at once that serve as observation decks which slowly rotate in the sky. It is one of the best attractions that provide gorgeous 360 degree views of the city including the Strip and the nearby mountains. The observation wheel continuously spins slowly which allows visitors to get on and off the cabins through a platform located at the bottom. The tickets for the ride are more expensive at night but there are discounts for kids that are 4 to 12 years old while children under 3 are given free access. A full ride in the observation wheel takes more than 30 minutes. The High Roller is located at the edge of the LINQ promenade which is also a famous tourist destination full of restaurants, shopping malls and activity centers.

Discovery Children’s Museum
Another great place to visit with your kids is the Discovery Children’s Museum situated just a few blocks from the Strip. The place has nine uniquely themed halls that features exhibits such as the hall of Water World where your toddlers can engage with mini models of Lake Mead, Bypass Bridge and the famous Hoover Dam. At the hall of Fantasy Festivals, a huge ship and castle are displayed for your kids to explore while at the hall of Toddler Town, children under five can freely roam and safely play. The museum also features a Crawl Zone for you to spend time with your little babies. The establishment was built in 2013 so expect a modern museum that is clean and well-managed.

Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is located just past the lobby of the famous Bellagio hotel. It is housed in a massive glass dome with over a hundred horticulturists expertly arranging alluring seasonal scenes. These scenes utilize various flowers, trees and plants to create unique visual landscapes. The conservatory and botanical garden are open at any time of the day and does not require any payment to enter. The amazing landscapes provide you countless photo opportunities should be enough reason to add this to your itinerary. Aside from that, if you want some alone time, the Bellagio Casino is the perfect place to play casino in Las Vegas.

Fremont Street Experience
This famous street is located in old downtown Las Vegas that shares a rich history. Today, the street has been transformed into a tourist destination with outdoor malls sprawling at every corner. Your kids will enjoy watching street performers in peculiar costumes. There are multiple restaurants that offer delicious and healthy food for your kids and you can also buy unique souvenirs from the nearby kiosks. However, the real reason tourists flock the street is for its light show. The “Viva Vision” light show is suspended at 100 feet above the ground and is considered to be the world’s biggest video screen. Hang around the street long enough and you’ll be able to feast your eyes on the free light show.

Cirque du Soleil
Las Vegas has been considered as the Entertainment Capital of the World and the city really lives up to this name because it provides varieties of incredible shows. Most of the plays and shows are created for adults but the city also has several shows that can be attended by the whole family. Your kids will surely enjoy Broadway productions, magicians, comedians and other variety shows. The most recommended kid-friendly show is Mystere performed by Cirque du Soleil which features jaw dropping performances of heart stopping acrobatic acts.

Shark Reef Aquarium
If your kids love the sea, then you must visit Mandalay Bay’s Shark Reef Museum. The place is small compared to other attractions but there is enough activities inside that would keep your children’s interest for over an hour. These attractions include an underwater shark tunnel which is home to various sea animals and sharks swimming over your heads. It also has a jelly fish aquarium and a jungle room that is home to a Komodo dragon, a huge crocodile and a python.

Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.
Do your kids love to watch superhero movies? If yes, then this is the perfect place to bring your kids when you are in Las Vegas. Your kids will have a close look at the costumes used by their favorite superheroes in the actual movies. The place also offers videos of various characters and interactive displays. You and your kids will enter the establishment as “agents in training” and will be given a phone and badge to guide you through the establishment. At the end of the tour, you can visit the world’s largest superhero store with products derived from the Marvel cinematic universe.

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