Las Vegas Lifestyle Secrets
I must tell you, it’s only Tuesday but it has been a HECTIC week. Thankfully, I live in the wonderful city of Las Vegas, so I can EASILY go blow off my steam. But before I head out to meet friends in Summerlin, I am here to share yet another helpful blog. And since I’m about to go have some fun, I felt now would be a good time to share more cool things to do when you’re here.
Fun Things To Do
Nostalgia Street Rods Museum: A museum that features a collection of classic and vintage cars.
Pinball Hall of Fame: A museum that features over 150 pinball machines, with some from as far back as the 1950s.
Mob Museum: A museum that showcases the impact of organized crime on Las Vegas and the United States as a whole.
The High Roller: A giant Ferris wheel that provides a breathtaking view of Las Vegas from 550 feet above the city.
Area 15: A unique entertainment complex that features a variety of immersive experiences and live entertainment.
National Atomic Testing Museum: A museum that showcases the history of atomic testing in the United States.
Fun Things To Do (Continued)
The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art: A gallery that showcases a rotating selection of world-class art exhibitions.
Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum: A museum that showcases a variety of allegedly haunted and cursed objects, along with other paranormal artifacts.
Neon Museum: A museum that is dedicated to neon signs. Features vintage collections of neon lights from throughout the decades.
Sand Dollar Lounge: A historic bar and music venue that has been serving Las Vegas since the 1970s.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts: Hosts a variety of shows, including Broadway productions, concerts, and dance performances.
Downtown Container Park: An outdoor shopping and entertainment venue made entirely out of shipping containers.
Eiffel Tower Experience: A replica of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, located on the Las Vegas Strip, which offers a stunning view of the city.
OK I Am Out Of Here!
Seriously, life as a Las Vegas real estate broker is NO JOKE. I have been running little creativity, planning, and fun. I hope you enjoyed my latest thoughts on what it’s like to live here! See you next time.