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100 Best Things to do in Las Vegas 17/20

Glitzy and glamorous Las Vegas is known for many names – Sin City, The Entertainment Capital of the World, and a gambling mecca. It’s a dynamic and vibrant city that offers something for every type of traveler – from the adrenaline junkie to one who loves living in luxury.

With so much to offer, here is a list of the 100 best things to do in Las Vegas.


81. The Auto Collections (Las Vegas)

Classic car enthusiasts should pay a visit to The Auto Collections at The LINQ Hotel and Casino, just 700m from the Las Vegas Strip. The exhibit showcases over 300 classic cars, including automobiles owned and used by famous personalities, such as a 1939 Chrysler Royal Sedan by Johnny Carson and a limousine used by John F. Kennedy.


82. Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix (Las Vegas)

Situated on North Rainbow Boulevard just 7 km away from U.S. Highway 95, the Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix is a place for kids and kids at heart. Only racers aged 16 and above can ride the Gran Prix cars, but wannabe racers younger than 16 years old can go behind the wheel of a kiddie car.


83. Pinball Hall of Fame (Las Vegas)

Fans of retro games should visit the Pinball Hall of Fame 5 km from the Las Vegas Strip, which features over a hundred pinball machines and other retro arcade games. Give up your quarters to pinball machines of all kinds and of all ages, from simple machines that date back to the 1940s to modern-day machines based on movies like Terminator and Iron Man.


84. Eat. (Las Vegas)

Everyone needs a hearty breakfast after a hard night of partying, and there’s no place better in Las Vegas than Eat. Located in Downtown Las Vegas 10 km away from the Las Vegas Strip and catering to locals and tourists alike, the eatery has a breakfast and lunch menu and only uses fresh and sustainable ingredients that are locally sourced.


85. Bugsy Siegel Memorial (Las Vegas)

Situated in front of the Flamingo Hotel & Casino’s Wedding Chapel 750m away from the Las Vegas Strip, there is a bronze plaque that commemorates Jewish-American mobster Bugsy Siegel who opened the original Flamingo back in the 1940s.



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