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Travelers to this area of Clark County rub shoulders with around 600,000 residents.
Carson City, the state capital, is roughly 330 miles to the northwest of Las Vegas, and Henderson is 13 miles to the southeast.
If you want to get stuck straight into the most iconic sights, Hoover Dam and the Las Vegas Convention Center should be right at the very top of your itinerary.
Leave the grown-up world behind and throw yourself into a world of wonder at Adventuredome Theme Park and the Discovery Children's Museum. For even more fun, continue on to the High Roller and Kids Quest at Avi Resort & Casino.
Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay can teach your family about the importance of marine life preservation.
If you enjoy native and exotic animals, put the Southern Nevada Zoo on your itinerary. If you're pressed for time, take a map so you don't miss out on any of the zoo highlights.
Even though you'll be gambling responsibly, you can still let your hair down at the Sam's Town and the Green Valley Ranch Casino. If you're on a hot streak and need more high-stakes thrills, why not head onwards to the Boulder Station Casino and the Bellagio Casino?
Featuring manicured horticultural displays and an array of native and exotic plants, the Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens and Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens ought to be high on the list of any visiting green thumbs.
Pack a picnic basket and take it easy for a while in the tranquil, green surroundings of Red Rock Canyon and Sunset Park. Desert Breeze Park and Lake Mead National Recreation Area are two more excellent places to while away a lazy day over a good book.
Surrounded by leafy trees and cool grass, Snag Lake is a great escape for wildlife and visitors alike.
Switch off your phone and have a rest from the modern world at Toiyabe National Forest and Spring Mountain Ranch State Park. Las Vegas Springs Preserve and Floyd Lamb State Park are also recommended by lovers of the natural world.
Set aside a day or two to explore some of the many cultural spaces in the area. Meander through the hallways as you check out the collections at the Clark County Museum and Ethel M Chocolates Factory. The Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum and the Mob Museum are also worth looking at.
Build your knowledge on scientific innovation as you wander through the collection of artifacts and models at Planetarium Observatory and the Las Vegas Yucca Mountain Science Center.
The wonderful specimens at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum are more than just fun to look at. They also play a vital role in helping us understand the world we live in.
Build on your understanding of the artistic drive, and maybe even find something to take back home at one of the area's many exhibition spaces. Immerse yourself in the trendy atmopshere at the Neon Museum and the Marjorie Barrick Museum. If you can fit them in, the Arts Factory and the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art are also well worth your time.
Even if you were never a history buff, you'll still enjoy examining the past at the Nevada State Museum and Historical Society and the Clark County Heritage Museum.
Travel back in time by spending an hour or two at some of the much-loved local heritage sites. Important and fascinating, Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park, Bonnie Springs Old Nevada and the Benjamin Bugsy Siegel Plaque are certainly worth a visit.
Whether you're a spiritual person or not, you'll be sure to have a pleasant time at Little White Wedding Chapel and Grace Community Church. Guardian Angel Cathedral and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Las Vegas Temple are two more interesting sacred sites.
This region's most acclaimed sights often overshadow its less touristy, but equally fascinating attractions. Town Square Las Vegas and the Clark County Library might be just what the doctor ordered. If you have more time to spare, also check out the Las Vegas Library or the Nellis Air Force Base.
Las Vegas is well-loved by tourists, and offers a nice range of places to stay. Expedia's Las Vegas lodging guide is your go-to place.
Two examples of the upmarket Las Vegas options in which you will discover some of the most comfortable hotel services in town, are The SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, at 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard, and the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, at 3960 Las Vegas Blvd S. The Travelodge Las Vegas Center Strip, at 3735 Las Vegas Blvd S, and the Candlewood Suites Las Vegas, at 4034 Paradise Rd are two cheaper options that you may find worth considering if you're on a budget.
While you are visiting Las Vegas of course you will want to visit University of Nevada-Las Vegas, so another option to consider is staying nearby this popular attraction. The Embassy Suites Las Vegas is approximately 0.5 miles away. Equally popular is the Best Western McCarran Inn, just 0.7 miles away.
Iconic hotel located on the Las Vegas Strip, Circus Circus is close to shopping, the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown Las Vegas.
With 2 22-story towers and an eye-catching 30-story pyramid topped by a powerful light beam, this resort is 2 miles from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.
Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino is connected to the Fashion Show shopping mall by bridge as well as The Mirage by tram, and within easy walking distance of Wynn/Encore, the Sands Expo, and Venetian/Palazzo.
Adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, this resort is a 10-minute drive from McCarran International Airport. The on-site stop for the Las Vegas Monorail offers convenient access to the Strip.
Located at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip and close to McCarran Airport, this castle-shaped hotel features royal accommodations and a traditional action-packed medieval dinner show.
The Stratosphere Tower observation deck features 360-degree views of Las Vegas to the Strip. The gateway between vintage Vegas and Strip glitz, the hotel is close to shopping, the monorail and the Convention Center.
Stay at Harrah’s Hotel and Casino Las Vegas and you’ll be in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The hotel is also a stop on the Las Vegas Monorail system, which means you can easily visit the rest of the Strip and all of its attractions.
Set in the center of the Strip, this unique resort provides an enchanting destination amid the attractions of Las Vegas. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is less than 5 miles from McCarran International Airport.