Las Vegas is full of incredible attractions. But for the sake of brevity, we have compiled a list of only four of the most fascinating tourist attractions for families visiting Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Visit this interesting museum to learn about the world of natural science in an interactive way. It is located just north of the Las Vegas Strip, and features a plethora of exhibitions, all depicting the wonderful wildlife, cultures, and ecosystems of our world. Check out the Marine Life Gallery for its amazing 3,000 gallon salt water tank brimming with live sharks and stingrays, or head to the ‘Treasure of Egypt’ to see the actual medical images taken from a real mummy. International Wildlife Gallery, Young Scientist Gallery, and African Galleries are other attractions.


One of the world’s largest amusement parks, Adventuredome is a must-visit place for the ones travelling to Las Vegas with kids. It has a total area of over 5 acres, and features nearly 25 thrilling rides for kids and adults. Enjoy activities like bungee jumping and rock climbing. El Loco, Canyon Blaster, and Chaos are some of the most thrilling rides here. Kids can try junior rides like Miner Mike or enjoy movies at the 4D-theatre. The park opens daily at 10:00am.

The Shark Reef

Behold the exotic marine life at this renowned aquarium, located at the Mandalay Bay. It is home to over 2000 animals from different parts of the world and is considered one of the best family attractions in Las Vegas. One of the main highlights here is the Shark Reef complex where you can see any array of aquatic predators, from sharks and crocodiles to komodo dragons and piranha. The Touch Pool is where visitors can touch the animals. Kids under 4 years don’t require entry tickets.

Town Square children’s Park and Playground

This beautiful park at the popular outdoor Town Square Shopping Mall blends the elements of fun, learning and a refreshing atmosphere. The kids can have a great time here as the park has plenty of playhouses, a Pop Jet fountain, tree houses, a maze, and a stage for storytelling.

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