The part of Las Vegas generally referred to as the Strip is only about four miles long, so you can easily see the whole thing on a Las Vegas Strip walking tour. It’s hard to separate a neighborhood that dense and packed full of attractions into sections, so we’d recommend just taking your time and walking up and down the Strip, stopping any time you find something you’d like to explore further.
The most famous attractions on the Strip are the casinos, about 30 in total. Some of the largest and most well-known resort casinos in the world are located in Vegas, including Caesars Palace, the Egyptian-themed Luxor, and the luxurious Bellagio. Besides the casinos, these massive hotels also contain shopping centers, restaurants, art galleries, and live music venues. Some of the most popular artists to perform regularly on the Vegas Strip are Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Britney Spears, and Celine Dion. Current residencies for 2023 and 2024 include Barry Manilow, Bruno Mars, Adele, and Lady Gaga.
If hitting the resorts isn’t really your style, there’s still plenty to do on the Strip. Museumgoers can enjoy the art galleries in the Bellagio, Madame Tussaud’s famous Wax Museum, and the Neon Museum dedicated to the most beautiful neon signs found on the Strip. On the southern end of the boulevard, the Shark Reef Aquarium features an underwater shipwreck and over 2,000 animals, including sharks, stingrays, and a Komodo dragon. Up north, meanwhile, thrill-seekers can enjoy the roller coasters at the STRAT or visit the Adventuredome at Circus Circus. Whatever it is you’re looking for, chances are you can find it on the Vegas Strip.
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