Planning some sightseeing in Las Vegas? We’ve got you covered. With all the best Vegas attractions on and off the strip, let this Las Vegas Attractions Map be your guide. We’ve included the best places to see in Las Vegas, our favorite Las Vegas bars and restaurants, and much more! The map is divided into attractions on the strip, attractions off the strip, restaurants off the strip and nightlife off the strip. Within the attractions on the strip, the notable spots are listed in the description for each hotel. You’ll also find photos from some of my favorite attractions. This map is completely downloadable. Expand to fully enjoy.
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The Las Vegas strip is a collection of hotels and casinos along South Las Vegas Boulevard. You’ll find long winding pedestrian walkways, grand hotels, shopping at every price range (from Forever 21 to Louis Vuitton). If you’ve never been to Vegas, it’s worth taking the time to walk around the strip. The attractions on the Las Vegas Strip revolve around the big hotels and the unique bars, restaurants, shows and scenery they provide. The Bellagio, the Venetian and the Cosmopolitan hotels should not be missed. These three hotels are located within walking distance from one another.
There are a few unique attractions within the Bellagio Hotel. Most people have heard about the Bellagio hotel’s famous fountain shows, but not many realize that the Bellagio hotel is also home to ‘The World’s Largest Chocolate Fountain.’ Another unique attraction in the Bellagio Hotel is its Botanical Gardens and Conservatory.
Just south of the Bellagio, you’ll find the Cosmopolitan Hotel. The Cosmo has a few notable attractions, including the fancy Chandelier Bar, Marquee Nightclub and an over-sized instagrammable red stiletto (that you can actually fit inside). Food wise, the Cosmopolitan offers Momofuku Milk Bar (fabulous cutesy desserts) and EggSlut (a breakfast favorite).
Across from these hotels, you’ll find the Venetian. The Venetian Hotel is modeled after Venice, Italy and is complete with actual canals. You can even go for a gondola ride! Within the Venetian Hotel, you’ll find CHICA and Black Tap. Chica is a trendy Latin breakfast restaurant, and Black Tap is an american burger chain with outlandish milkshake creations. In addition to Italian feels and great bites, the Venetian hotel is also famous for its instagrammable LOVE installation. The word “Love” is spelled larger than life in bright bold letters. And if that wasn’t enough, you’ll also find Carlo’s Bakery at the Venetian. Carlo, as in Buddy Valastro, from TLC’s Cake Boss.
Besides these three hotels discussed, there are a few other notable attractions on the strip. The Encore Beach club and the MGM Grand’s Wet Republic host the funnest pool parties with the most sought after DJs. Also, Waldorf Astoria’s Skybar is a sophisticated and scenic place to get a drink. Another classy bar is the Wynn Hotel’s Parasol Up. If you’re looking for drinks, desserts or unique photo ops, The Las Vegas strip attractions don’t disappoint. Also worth mentioning, the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” Sign is just a 10 minute drive south of the strip.
While the Las Vegas strip appeals to a specific set of interests, the Las Vegas attractions off the strip are quite unique. Off the Strip, there is great hiking opportunities, cool museums, eclectic restaurants and more! For those willing to venture an hour or so out of the city, they’ll be rewarded with impressive desert landscapes. Some parks worth mentioning are Red Rock, Valley of the Fire and Mt Charleston. In addition to natural wonders, traveling through the Nevada desert will get you to the modern engineering wonder, the Hoover Dam.
Aside from hiking, you can also visit cool museums in Las Vegas. Specifically, the Neon Sign Museum, the Mob Museum and the National Atomic Testing Museum.
Besides parks and museums , Las Vegas attractions off the Strip include the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, The Ethel M Chocolate Factory, the Seven Magic Mountains, Fremont Street and the Springs Preserve. The Gold and Silver Pawn shop is featured on History Channel’s Pawn Stars. Visit at the right time, and you may be lucky enough to spot a member of the Harrison family. Also, in nearby downtown Las Vegas, you’ll find Fremont Street, or ‘The Old Strip.’ Fremont Street is where you’ll find free concerts, a zipline and light shows on the world’s largest video screen.
A bit further out from the Las Vegas downtown, are the Seven Magic mountains, the Springs Preserve and the Ethel M Chocolate Factory. These activities are great for families and all ages. The Seven Magic mountains are a colorful larger-than-life art instillation. Very photogenic! The springs preserve offers activities and paved paths for easy walking. Finally, the Ethel M Chocolate Factory offers a self-guided walking tour, chocolate samples and a Cactus botanical garden. At the Chocolate Factory, you can sign up for chocolate tastings as well as chocolate and wine tastings.