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It’s a must when visiting Las Vegas! It’s a one-way 13-mile scenic loop that gives you serenity a few miles away from the busy strip. The staff at the visitor center were friendly and nice. It's about $15 per car per day.
Probably one of the most beautiful place in all of Las Vegas. Locals tend to keep this one to ourselves. The most amazing hiking trails and scenic views of the valley.
The Red rock area also offers Horseback riding several times a day to roam the hills.
“A 540,000-square-foot (50,000 m2) outdoor shopping mall located near Downtown Las Vegas. Parking is now $5 for 3hrs or over 3 hrs is $10. 875 S Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89106”
“The Mob Museum offers a bold and authentic view of organized crime from vintage Las Vegas to the back alleys of American cities and—increasingly—across the borders and networks of the entire world.”
“The Las Vegas Strip is the biggest attraction in the area. We recommend the Wynn Casino, watching the water show at Bellagio, visiting the City Center and Crystals Shopping.”
“Downtown Summerlin offers many shopping and eating opportunities for everyone. It has a cinema, Dave & Busters, Lush, and even a Farmers Market on Saturdays (season dependent).”
“Free Beautiful light show in the evening & zip lining also available. Lots of fun & activities. Walk the Fremont Street Experience & see sidewalk performers & artists & casino/bar hop! ”