The Adventuredome features five acres of indoor fun with junior rides, family rides and some of the most thrilling coaster rides on the planet. The Canyon Blaster is a double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster the reaches speeds of 55 mph, while the El Loco ascends 90 feet before dropping... Read more.
Built in 1843 as a stopover for wagon trains traveling to California on the Old Spanish Trail, Bonnie Springs has been called an oasis in the desert. Today it features a wide range of activities, including horseback riding, pony rides, trail rides, petting zoo, scenic train ride... Read more.
Cowabunga Bay boasts some of Nevada’s most thrilling and unique water slides. Check out the giant raft slide, wave pool, lazy river, 600-foot-long Good Vibrations slide with rebound chambers, and the infamous Wild Surf giant slide with a four-person raft that drops... Read more.
The museum offers 100 hands-on and interactive exhibits exploring the arts, science, nature, music and the humanities. An early childhood pavilion, traveling exhibits and a giant eight-story science tower engage children in fun learning experiences designed to spark a lifelong love of learning and adventure. Read more.
Take a self-guided factory tour seven days a week and explore how the company makes it signature filling. Try a free chocolate sample and stop by the gift shop. Adjacent to the factory is the 3-acre Ethel M Botanical Cactus Garden, one of the Southwest’s largest... Read more.
Mama's Wranglers are the Jackson Family Band & Cloggers out of Las Vegas, Nevada. They have performed in 49 states, Canada, and Europe and on average do over 280 shows a year!
Jack Saturday plays soft rock from the 1950's to present. Their show features many classics you're sure to recognize such as, My Girl and Pretty Woman....Read more.
The largest observation wheel in the world, the 550-foot-tall High Roller offers spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip. It features 28 spacious cabins that can accommodate up to 40 people. Daytime, nighttime and family packages are available. Read more.
Spanning the Arizona-Nevada state line, Hoover Dam and Lake Mead are located in the Colorado River’s rugged Black Canyon. The dam is 726.4 feet from its foundation rock to the roadway on the crest of the dam. Towers and ornaments on the parapet rise 40 above the crest... Read more.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, which includes lakes Mead and Mohave, offers a variety of water recreation activities such as boating, water skiing, kayaking, and sport fishing. Covered picnic areas with tables, waters and grills are located throughout the... Read more.
Visit the new home of the lions that previously lived at the MGM Grand Lion Habitat. The 8.5-acre Lion Habitat Ranch offers trainer for a day opportunities, private tours, courtyard party rentals and occasional cub interactions. It is a ZAA accredited educational facility. Read more.
Located 17 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip, Red Rock Canyon spans 195,819 acres and draws more than one million visitors every year. The area’s striking geologic features wildlife and plants provide a dramatic backdrop for hiking, horseback riding... Read more.
The Shark Reef Aquarium offers an up-close glimpse of over 2,000 animals, including some of the ocean’s most fascinating and dangerous creatures. From sharks and exotic fish to reptiles and sea turtles, 14 unique exhibits showcase rare golden crocodiles... Read more.
The 180-acre Springs Preserve features nature walks, botanical gardens, museums, traveling exhibits, seasonal exhibits and family events. Explore the preserve by trail, train or bike. Bike rentals are available. An onsite café features views of the Las Vegas... Read more.
Nevada’s oldest state park gets its name from its red sandstone formations formed from the shifting of sand dunes 150 million years ago during the age of the dinosaurs. Today, the park features camping, hiking and photography. Read more.
The Water Street District is the historic heart of Henderson. It’s a unique setting where Main Street USA meets progressive, dynamic thinking. It’s a convergence of culture, commerce and authentic small-town sensibilities. Stop by a unique shop, dine in a hip... Read more.
Casa de Shenandoah features 52 lush acres of landscaping, natural artesian ponds, waterfalls, freely roaming peacocks, swans, and a variety of exotic birds. Casa de Shenandoah offers a variety of tour packages to suit all ages and budgets. Read more.