Las Vegas Attractions Done Easy


Las Vegas-based tourist attractions are combining forces to form the Best Vegas Attractions, which provides interested travelers a chance to experience the best of Vegas for less.

The group of attractions includes:

*    “BODIES…The Exhibition”: The showing is at Luxor Hotel and Casino and features actual human specimens and knowledge from medical professionals.

*    Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas provides guests with over 100 outlet stores with up to 75 percent off designer fashion.

*    The brand new Hard Rock Café has an extensive new line of retail shopping, a “LIVE” venue, private function and meeting rooms. A grand cafe restaurant has patio dining and entertainment that overlooks the Las Vegas Strip.

*    The Las Vegas Monorail is a quick connection to the Las Vegas Strip providing riders with restaurants, shows, shops, clubs, hotels and casinos. In 15 minutes the monorail picks up riders from MGM Grand; Bally’s/Paris Las Vegas; Flamingo/Caesars Palace; Harrah’s/Imperial Palace; Las Vegas Convention Center; Las Vegas Hilton and Sahara.

*    Madame Tussauds Las Vegas offers guests a unique opportunity to interact with life-like iconic figures in the world of film, television, sports and politics. With over 100 wax figures, guests can take pictures, touch and get up close and personal in a themed setting.

*    Papillon Airways and Grand Canyon Airlines/Scenic Airlines are the largest “flightseeing” companies in the world, with nearly 70 state-of-the-art helicopters and airplanes. These two companies fly the entire Grand Canyon in Las Vegas. Tours afford maximum flight time, enabling guests to fully discover Grand Canyon’s great wilderness and scenic attractions.

*    “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition features over 300 artifacts, as well as replicas from the famous ship.


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