EIS Digital Digest:
Las Vegas Edition Here are some suggestions to get your visit started
Bellagio Las Vegas Looking for entertainment in Las Vegas can be a costly endeavor, but the Bellagio offers two unique attractions at no cost. Accessible through the hotel lobby, you can stroll freely through the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden, which features an impressive display of flowers, plants, and decorations that change seasonally. Afterward, stop by the Fountains of Bellagio and enjoy an awe-inspiring water and lights show set to a variety of music. No two shows are the same! The fountains run seven days a week, but verify show times on the website.
Neon Museum The Neon Museum is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to preserving Las Vegas’ distinctive history of neon signs. Showcasing significant pieces from the 1930s to today, the museum chronicles the variety in sign design and technology. For a truly unique-to-Vegas experience, schedule a guided daytime or nighttime tour of the outdoor Neon Boneyard.
Viva Vision Light Show at Fremont Street Experience The Viva Vision Light Show takes place 90 feet above Fremont Street’s famous pedestrian mall on the world’s largest video screen – 1,500 feet long and 90 feet wide. Set to a variety of popular music, the extraordinary light and sound show lasts for six minutes and runs every hour from 6 pm to 1 am. Even better, the show is free!
Rainstorm at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is known for its incredible hotels with unusual indoor décor, but one of the more unique features of Planet Hollywood is its indoor rainstorm at the Miracle Mile Shops. Watch the blue skies slowly turn dark as the fog rolls in, the thunder and lightning begin, and rain pours down. The daily shows are free, but check the website to verify times.
Vegas Indoor Skydiving Hoping to check something epic off your bucket list, but still not ready to jump out of a plane? Visit Vegas Indoor Skydiving to defy gravity and experience the thrill of skydiving – while in the safety of an indoor facility. Get the adrenaline fix you’ve been craving and learn to fly with wind speeds up to 120 mph. Plus, you earn some cool bragging rights.
Downtown Container Park If you're sustainably-minded, check out the innovative, one-of-a- kind Downtown Container Park. Located just off the strip and offering something for the whole family, over 40 shipping containers have been converted into restaurants, bars, boutique retail shops, live music entertainment and more. Container Park is also home to the Dome, an immersive, 4K-visual entertainment experience, which features movies such as Led Zeppelin, U2, Pink Floyd, and Perfect Little Planet or try Earth Defenders, an interactive gaming experience. Kids will love the interactive play zones and the world renowned Treehouse, which features a 33-foot-tall slide and NEOS play system. Kids can explore their wild and creative sides while having the opportunity to just be a kid.
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