Let's do This!
Las vegas is more than casinos
ExoticsRacing or SpeedVegas
Gone in 60 seconds, BABY!
Lambo,McLaren, Ferrari? Oh YEAH!
Let's Get Wet
The summer temperatures can easily crawl into the triple digits in Vegas, so pools get crowded quick. You've got Marquee, Drai's, Encore BeachClub, Daylight, and other dayclubs that combine the atmosphere of a nightclub with sunshine, chlorine, and swimsuits. Otherwise, if a bikini top is too much to bear (or wear), you can visit topless pools like Moorea, Venus, and Bare.
The new and fantastic Vegas Golden Knights. One of the best tickets in town for an always good time.
Topgolf is the next evolution of Vegas nightclubs, when things that don't have any business being nightclubs, like driving ranges, feature bottle service. The driving range itself has three levels featuring decent views of the Strip, with the third level geared towards those who are actually there to work on their swing.
We can also throw axes at the newly opened Axe Monkeys, drive construction equipment at Dig This. You can bounce at an indoor trampoline park called Sky Zone, take flight over water in a jetpack at Flyboard Las Vegas in Lake Las Vegas, or ride waves in the Strip's first surf simulator at the Planet Hollywood Pools.
Jump off the top of the Stratosphere. Attach yourself to a bungee cord and drop from the 108th floor of the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. If you're slightly less daring, just hop on one of the amusement park rides that dangle over the edge (and are still extremely terrifying).
Take a yoga class on the The High-Roller the world's tallest observation wheel is now offering yoga classes inside its cabins. It's about 60 minutes (for two rotations of the wheel).
See a Show
The Smith Center for preforming arts - Jazz, Plays, Philharmonic, Broadway shows...
Anything by Cirque Du Soleil
A Walk in the Park
The Park take a selfie with the 40ft Bliss Dance sculpture -- which looks like it's straight out of Burning Man -- Pinot's Palette offers classes where you can grab a glass of wine and learn to paint on the spot. It also hosts events in cool locations around town, including Crazy Pita in Town Square and The Park on the Strip near the T-Mobile Arena. It makes for a perfect date, and you leave with something cool (or hilariously bad) to hang on your wall. It's amazing how quickly your art skills improve with the addition of alcohol.
Train and experience different combat scenarios from WWII inspired to Cold War to video game inspired action. Oh, and there is package where you get to crush car with a tank!
While cultural enrichment might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Vegas, we do have several great museums and they are very Vegas-y. Check out the Pinball Hall of Fame, the National Atomic Testing Museum, the Burlesque Hall of Fame, the Erotic Heritage Museum and the Mob Museum for starters, and for real connoisseurs, there is the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art. The Neon Museum
Rock & Bowl
Brooklyn Bowl has been one of the coolest places to check out a show for a couple years now. A diverse army of acts.
South Point Arena & Equestrian Center which hosts a steady showcase of events throughout the year, including the World Series of Team Roping and the World Gay Rodeo Finals. When the arena isn't used for cowboy stuff, it features cool events like drone demonstrations and BMX competitions.
Prepare for the inevitable zombie apocalypse with special-ops training from professionals with Army Ranger, Navy SEAL, Green Beret, and Delta Force backgrounds. Like a video game come to life, this simulation lets you dress up in tactical gear and shoot actors dressed as zombies with airsoft guns, which shoot plastic pellets. It's a fun outing, and could come in handy someday.