Soar 550ft above the ground on the High Roller, the tallest observation wheel in the world and soak up 360 degrees views of Las Vegas.
Spend an afternoon playing some games at the Pinball Hall of Fame. It’s free to enter but bring cash to convert to quarters with all proceeds going to the Salvation Army.
Satisfy that sweet tooth and explore the four-level chocolate wonderland at the The Las Vegas M&M experience. Highlights include the Nascar M&M stock car and 3D movie.
Get away from the city crowds and head to Red Rock Canyon for a fun active family activity. There is a car park fee but you can stay as long as you wish. Alternatively, you can choose from a number of Red Rock Canyon Tours, you can pick from scooters, mountain bikes and electric bikes.
Visit the Downtown Container Park where there is something for everyone including shops, restaurants, outdoor concert space, bars and a fantastic playground with a treehouse in the middle.
Enjoy a 360-degree panorama of the city from the viewing deck of the 46-story Eiffel Tower. A family-friendly attraction and you can take in the Las Vegas light shows from high above.
Lick your lips at over 800 candy and chocolate confections at Hershey’s Chocolate World. The kids will love starring in their own Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup TV and don’t miss the giant milk chocolate Statue of Liberty.
Explore 14 shark habits and shipwreck at the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. You can dip your fingers into the touch pool and touch rays, crabs, sharks and many more.S
Step outside the Strip and the whole family will love the fantastic Springs Preserve, pulling together science, nature and history in an educational environment. Highlights include 180 acres of botanical gardens, walking trails, huge collection of Mojave Desert cacti, seasonal butterfly pavilion and so much more.
Swim, slide and surf at Cowabunga Bay, 25 acres of pure beach party vibes. There’s plenty to keep all ages happy, thrilling rides like Wild Surf for the teenagers and Kids Cove, a shallow beach area for the little ones.
Learn about the casino history of Las Vegas at the Neon Museum. Best suited for children older than 10 the attraction is centred around the Neon boneyard, home to more than 200 vintage signs and marquees from glory years gone by.
Head to Las Vegas Farm, 20 miles from the strip, where the kids can interact (and feed some) with peacocks, pigs, horses, tortoises, turkeys, chickens and much more. You can produce local produce such as eggs, honey and seasonal vegetables.
See medieval warriors on horseback, jousting and going into battle with shields, swinging chains and swords. The Tournament of Kings, at Excalibur, immerses a 900 strong audience in this spectacle of dinner and show in the tales of King Arthur.
Burn off some energy and enjoy free entry to the Children’s Park at Town Square. You ‘ll see a Pop Jet fountain splash pad, tree house, bakery playhouse, a hedge maze and lots more to keep you entertained.
See the iconic Bellagio Fountains expertly choreographed to lights and music. Over 1,000 fountains, 22 million gallons of water starts every 15-30 minutes and shoots water nearly 500 feet into the air.
Wander through the beautiful Bellagio Conservatory and Gardens, home to one of the most elegant hotels in Las Vegas. It’s open 24 hours a day with free entry. The atrium is redesigned four times each year to reflect each season with 90% of the flora being recycled.
Feel the need for speed? Jump in an electric powered go kart at Pole Position Raceway and hurtle around the track at speeds of up to 45 MPH. Each driver receives a printed sheet showing your average lap time, fastest lap and over all race results – perfect for a little family friendly rivalry.
Enjoy a free light show and watch the Mirage Volcano shooting fire in the air and spewing smoke with thunderous sound effects.