Cowabunga Bay Water Park is one of the most popular Vegas attractions – especially in the warmer summer months! This huge 23 acre water park is packed full of water slides, a sandy beach, lazy river, wave pool and more! Join in on their 'Summer Nights' and spend an afternoon having fun in the water, or lazing around by the pools, relaxing in a privately rented cabana.
This Hualapai American Indian Reservation is a fascinating journey through American history and is a great way to explore the great American natural landscape. Take in its beauty on this Legacy Tour, from the stunning views to the petting zoo, it’s a great experience for both you and the family.
Ever wanted to be an astronaut, or a rocket scientist? Well here you can pretend! The National Atomic Testing Museum is one of Las Vegas’ most fascinating museums dedicated to the study of space and science. Learn about the history of global nuclear programs through interactive media, videos and fascinating exhibits and tour the museum to open your mind.
Ever wondered what it would be like to stand on the tallest observation tower in the Unites States? Well now you can! The Stratosphere Observation Deck offers unparalleled panoramic views over Las Vegas and the valley. At 1,149 feet it’s the tallest building in Vegas and in all of west of the Mississippi River.
Visit Paris while in the Nevada desert! The Eiffel Tower Experience transports visitors to Paris, the City of Lights, without ever leaving the Las Vegas Strip. Visitors climb to heights 46 stories above ground in a glass elevator and at the top are greeted by guides who will point out the famous landmarks of the Las Vegas skyline.