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Located in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, Zappos Theater is one of the top concert venues in the city. The 7,000-seat theater hosts A-list entertainers such as Pitbull, Def Leppard, and Christina Aguilera. Impressive acoustics, modern electronic flair, elaborate theatrical performances, and VIP bottle service complete the experience.
A unique spin on Las Vegas’ already over-the-top entertainment, Alibi Las Vegas combines comedy acts, scavenger hunts, food, and drinks to create the ultimate interactive experience. With challenges, clues, and rewards scattered throughout the city, you’re part of the show without knowing where you’re going or how it ends.
For an immersive 4K visual and cinematic experience, head to the Dome at Container Park. Located in downtown Las Vegas, the multicolored theater shows various short movies suitable for kids and adults. Sit back in your recliner-style seat and take in 360-degree imagery in nearly 14 million pixels of ultra-HD.
Explore creepy hallways, secret passageways, and more than 30 rooms at Zac Bagans’ The Haunted Museum. In a historic downtown Las Vegas mansion that’s said to be haunted, the museum houses hundreds of macabre and paranormal artifacts and oddities gathered over the years by the host ofGhost Adventures.
Explore the Colorado River’s deep Black Canyon, which begins just below Hoover Dam outside of Las Vegas, by raft, kayak, canoe, or helicopter tours. The narrow, near-vertical volcanic rock walls contain hidden beaches, caves, hot springs, slot canyon hiking trails, wildlife viewing, and wilderness solitude.
Named after the city of Rio de Janeiro, the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is a Brazilian-themed resort in the heart of Las Vegas. Famous for being the host casino for the World Series of Poker, the Rio features 24/7 poker games and daily tournaments. In addition, the Rio is home to several well-known Vegas shows and an adrenaline-inducing zipline.
Formerly the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, the Park MGM offers a slightly more understated vibe as compared to the stereotypical over-the-top Las Vegas madness. Along with the hotel’s rebranding, there are two new restaurants, additional meeting and convention space, and a revamped casino floor and lobby. Plus, its top four floors feature a boutique hotel-within-a-hotel experience called The Nomad.
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