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Things to do in Vegas with kids   U.S.A

Started Oct-25 by Shrinking Shorty (TOILETHEA1); 234 views.

25 Fun Things to Do in Las Vegas With Kids That the Whole Family Will Enjoy

There’s no need to leave the kids at home when you plan a trip to Las Vegas. The town usually associated with adult-focused fun offers plenty to do for the whole family, and there are many free things to do in Las Vegas that your entire crew will enjoy, too. Shows, amusement park rides, arcades, and even educational opportunities make Las Vegas a great family destination.


"While Las Vegas is regarded as primarily a 21+ destination, there are plenty of activities that families can enjoy," H. Fletch Brunelle, the vice president of marketing at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority told Travel + Leisure. "[These include] the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, Gondola Rides at The Venetian, Mandalay Bay Beach, Hoover Dam, Red Rock, AREA15, Discovery Children’s Museum, as well as productions like Mystère by Cirque du Soleil."


Here are 25 things to do in Vegas with kids. 

Drive a go-kart at Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix.

Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix Family Fun Center features go-karting for all ages, including high-speed karts for ages 14 and up. There’s a Super Slide as well as arcade games, amusement park rides, pizza, and desserts. 

Visit the Discovery Children’s Museum. 

At the Discovery Children’s Museum, kids can create art with crayons and watercolors, become an archaeologist and solve a mystery, or have fun with experiments and inventions. For toddlers, a desert-themed exhibit is a great place to crawl and play.


See sea creatures at Mandalay Bay. 

At Shark Reef Aquarium, visitors can feed the resident stingrays and other inhabitants. Guests can see thousands of sea creatures, reach into the touch pool, or watch sharks at their feeding session and learn about them from Shark Reef Educators.

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