How to enjoy a family break to Las Vegas
Las Vegas is the ultimate fantasy escape. The theme park, Adventuredome, can be found at 2880 Las Vegas Boulevard and features family fun like the El Loco rollercoaster, bumper cars, and mini golf.
Las Vegas has always had the warm weather and stunning desert views. It may be known as the home of casinos, but in recent times the city has opened out to become much more family-friendly.
The theme park, Adventuredome, can be found at 2880 Las Vegas Boulevard and features family fun like the El Loco rollercoaster, bumper cars, and mini golf. It is open from 10am with day passes costing $31.95 for adults and $17.95 for kids.
This is definitely one place you will want to visit with the kids while you are in Vegas, but you don’t want to spend every day there – as The Aquarium at the Mirage Hotel and Casino is also well worth a visit. This contains 20,000 gallons of water, more than 1,000 sea creatures and detailed corals modelled on those of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. It’s at 3400 Las Vegas Boulevard, is open all day and is free to view – making it a perfect way to relax a little after the wild madness of the Adventuredome.
Of course, the chances are you will want to spend some time in the fresh air and sun with the family as well, and an outdoor attraction like the Venetian Gondola Ride will let you do that. It can be found at 3355 South Las Vegas Boulevard and lets you take a boat trip along the hotel’s Grand Canal Shoppes, while being serenaded by Italian music. It is available from 10am to 11pm, seven days a week and costs $19.95 a person. This will wind up your family fun day in Vegas on the perfect, chilled out note.
Of course, once the sun goes down and the children are in bed, you may well want to sample those famed Las Vegas casinos instead of playing on mobile casino such as www.mobilecasino.co.nz. The gaming area at the Venetian measures 120,000 square feet, and contains 304 poker and table games (including blackjack, craps and baccarat) and 1,247 slot machines.
There is also the Cantor Race and Sportsbook, if you prefer sports betting, the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum, nightclubs like XS and TAO and shows for all the family like Human Nature and Rock of Ages. Thus, as you see, Las Vegas is more family-oriented than ever these days.