Have you ever dreamed of flying a fighter jet? Now you can make it a reality at Sky Combat Ace, where you can take control of an aerobatic plane and perform loops, rolls, and spins in the sky.
Las Vegas is famous for its neon signs, but what happens to them when they are no longer in use? They end up at the Neon Museum.
If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the Strip, head to Red Rock Canyon, a stunning natural wonder just 15 miles away.
If you want to feel what it’s like to be an astronaut, you can try zero gravity at Zero-G.
One of the most spectacular sights in Las Vegas is the volcano eruption at The Mirage. Every night, you can watch as the artificial volcano spews fire, smoke, and lava
Las Vegas has a dark and fascinating history of organized crime, and you can learn all about it at the Mob Museum.
If you want to see Las Vegas from a different perspective, hop on the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel.
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If you are curious about what lies beneath your skin, you can see real human bodies at Real Bodies at Bally’s.
If you love pinball machines, you will love the Pinball Hall of Fame, where you can play over 200 classic and vintage pinball games.
If you are feeling hungry and adventurous, you can eat at Heart Attack Grill, a restaurant that serves some of the most unhealthy and outrageous burgers in the world.
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