Las Vegas Nevada Things To Do

Fun Things to do -

There's always something fun to do in a city that never sleeps. Las Vegas and the surrounding area have it all – free attractions suitable for families, cultural and natural attractions, shopping, casino entertainment, recreational activities and other things for guests to do. Ask the knowledgeable concierge at Silverton Casino for a list of attractions and fun activities to do nearby. With free shuttle transportation between the hotel and the Strip, the Silverton Casino is the perfect place to see and do it all.
Nevada Strip Attractions

Las Vegas Strip Attractions -

An attraction in itself, the Strip offers countless day and nighttime adventures. Tour historic casinos that put Vegas on the map, shop for Sin City souvenirs, ride roller coasters with the kids, and watch exciting outdoor shows that feature everything from volcanoes to rainbow-colored fountains. To learn more about Vegas attractions, visit

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area -

Just 17 miles from downtown Las Vegas, skyscrapers and neon lights give way to a skyline of more natural proportions. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a famous wilderness area that showcases the beauty of rugged desert terrain. In addition to spectacular scenery, Red Rock Canyon offers rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking trails, and picnic areas. A self-guided driving tour loops 13 miles through Red Rock Canyon. To learn more about things to see and do at Red Rock Canyon, visit

Las Vegas Motor Speedway -

Las Vegas Motor Speedway is the top venue for car racing events. It is also one of the most important NASCAR motor racing complexes in the United States. Las Vegas Motor Speedway accommodates all sorts of car races thanks to its deluxe racing oval, dirt track, and drag racing strip. The stadium offers seating for thousands of car racing and NASCAR fans. To learn more about this attraction, visit

Nellis Air Force Base -

Nellis Air Force Base is known as the "Home of the Fighter Pilot," and is the most advanced air combat training and test site for the United States military. The 14,000-acre complex offers limited public tours of the base. Pilots in training at Nellis Air Force Base train on such aircraft as specialized remotely piloted aircraft, HH-60G helicopters, and F-16s. To learn more about Nellis Air Force Base, visit
Fashion Show Mall

Fashion Show Mall -

Fashion Show mall is the premier shopping mall in Las Vegas and one of the largest in the country. Fashion Show mall is anchored by seven department stores, including Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Nordstrom. The rest of the shopping malls features more than 250 shops and restaurants for the ultimate shopping spree. To learn more about one of the top shopping spots in Las Vegas, visit

Las Vegas World Market Center -

The Las Vegas Market, also referred to as World Market Center is the grand dame of home furnishings shows for Interior designers and retail furnishings buyers. The market takes place twice a year and features 530 permanent showrooms, and more than 1 million square feet of temporary exhibits. Interior designers from more than 100 countries come to Vegas each year to participate in Market. To learn more about one of Las Vegas' most famous design centers, visit

Hoover Dam -

Hoover Dam, a registered National Historic Landmark, was built in the 1930s to pool the Colorado River for hydroelectric power, drinking water, and irrigation. Hoover Dam is located on the Nevada / Arizona state border, about a half hour from Las Vegas. The self-paced Hoover Dam Discovery Tour offers an in-depth overview of the inner workings of the dam, including its power plants, and is suitable for kids. To learn more about tours and things to see at Hoover Dam, visit
Lake Resort

Lake Las Vegas Resort -

Lake Las Vegas Resort is a desert oasis of championship golf, decadent spas, boutique shopping, and fine dining located just outside the bustle of downtown. Lake Las Vegas Resort is a residential and guest community built around a privately-owned 320-acre lake.

Lake Mead -

Boating and fishing are superb on Lake Mead, located less than 30 miles from Las Vegas. Lake Mead was created by Hoover Dam in the 1930s and receives much of its water from snow run off from New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming and Colorado. Lake Mead is a full-service lake with marinas, boat rentals, fuel stations and restrooms. Narrative tours of Lake Mead are offered on daytime cruises. To learn more about visiting Lake Mead, go to

Fremont Street Experience -

Fremont Street Experience is a must for any visitor to Las Vegas. Fremont Street is the site of the original Las Vegas Strip. Here you'll enjoy a sensory overload where vintage Vegas meets high-tech energy and attractions. Fremont Street Experience offers restaurants, shopping, and a pedestrian mall known for free concerts and performances. To learn more about one of the best things to see in Las Vegas, visit

Nevada Mob Museum

Mob Museum -

The Las Vegas Mob Museum uncovers the real-life battle between the Mob and the Feds by presenting both sides of this ongoing story. The Museum presents an authentic view of the Mob's impact on Las Vegas and its unique imprint on the world. Shoot a simulated tommy gun, take part in FBI weapons training, or view some of the Museum's signature artifacts, including the St. Valentine's Day Wall, where in Chicago on February 14, 1929, seven men affiliated with the Morgan gang were murdered by the South Side Italian gang led by Al Capone. To learn more about this exciting Las Vegas attraction, visit:
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