Taking a Las Vegas Strip walking tour is the best way to see the Strip and make sure you don’t miss anything. However, we’d recommend making that tour a self-guided one so you’re free to take your time and wander off the beaten path. Probably more than any other tourist city, Las Vegas isn’t really meant to be seen so much as experienced, so you should feel free to stop by at any of the bars, casinos, or other attractions you pass. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, as they say, so make sure you take the time to let loose a little on your trip.
Enjoying yourself in Las Vegas doesn’t have to mean drinking and gambling, either. There are plenty of other attractions on the Strip that you won’t want to miss. Thrill-seekers should check out the STRAT, a high-flying amusement park on the northern end of the Strip, or the more family-friendly Adventuredome at Circus Circus. If you’d rather flex your brain than experience an adrenaline rush, then try one of the city’s famous escape rooms, including the PanIQ Escape Room at the Venetian Resort and the Escape Game at Caesars Palace. Museum fans can head to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum at the Venetian, the art gallery at the Bellagio, or the Titanic artifact exhibition at the Luxor. For a more Vegas-themed museum experience, check out the Neon Museum, dedicated to preserving the art of neon signs. At the southern end of the Strip, make sure you explore Mandalay Bay – we highly recommend the Shark Reef Aquarium, which features an underwater shipwreck and over 2,000 animals including sharks, rays, piranha, and a Komodo dragon. Finally, experience the full glory of the Strip at night from one of its famous helicopter tours.