When I say Las Vegas what comes to mind? Probably glitzy showgirls, lively casinos, expensive restaurants, and losing lots of money?! Well, that doesn’t have to be totally true. What if I told you there were also a ton of free things to do in Las Vegas? There are also lots of cheap things to do in Vegas that are practically free. LOL!
By checking off the items on this list as well as these Las Vegas travel hacks, you can save some serious money and still have a great time in fabulous Las Vegas.
There are so many free things to do in Las Vegas for couples, it’s crazy! And of course, these are all items that you must do in Vegas for first-timers as well.
If you’re traveling to Las Vegas alone, don’t worry there are many things to do in Las Vegas alone as well!
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Cheap Things to do in Vegas
1. Watch the Bellagio Fountain Show
The Bellagio Fountain show are one of the top attractions because they are just awesome.
I love watching the Bellagio fountains perform their choreographed state-of-the-art dance! And apparently so does everyone else as every time we have come to watch the family-friendly fountain show it is super crowded.
That’s OK, it’s so worth it.
Grab your spot and enjoy the magic on the Las Vegas strip. The Bellagio fountains put on their show right in front of the Bellagio.
The Bellagio Fountain show times remain constant, coming on every 30 minutes from 3-8 pm Monday-Friday, and then every 15 minutes from 8 pm-midnight.
On Saturdays, the show starts at noon, and then on Sunday, the fountains come alive beginning at 11 am.
For more information, visit the Bellagio website.
If you’re looking for a place to stay while in Las Vegas, then the Bellagio tops our list of the best hotels in Las Vegas for couples.
2. View Garage Art
Yes, you read that correctly, garage art.
The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas has allowed artists to use the walls of their parking garage as a canvas.
The series of murals by graffiti artist will make you realize that the Cosmopolitan isn’t just an ordinary Las Vegas hotel.
3. See the Blarney Stone
You don’t have to travel to Ireland to see the Blarney Stone. Nope! It is one of the fabulous Las Vegas free attractions!
Instead, head to the D hotel in Las Vegas to see this piece of the famous castle. Located on the second floor on a table by the bar, you will find the piece of the stone. The sign in front of it does ask that you rub the stone instead of kiss it though. You are in Las Vegas and not Ireland. LOL!
Maybe it will bring you some Irish luck in Las Vegas!
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4. Listen to Some Dueling Pianos
If you’ve never seen a dueling piano show, then this is your chance.
The Piano Bar at Harrah’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has just that. The interactive piano show is really fun to experience as it is two twins competing for your attention.
The show takes place nightly at 9:00 pm.
5. Watch a Volcano Explode at the Mirage
Did you ever think you could stand on the Las Vegas strip and watch a volcano explode? Well, you can when you add it to your list of cheap things to do in Las Vegas.
Well, you can, right in front of the Mirage Hotel!
The lagoon puts on quite a show with fire shooting out of the lagoon and the volcano.
The show takes place daily at 7 and 8:00 pm, and then they add a 9:00 pm eruption on Friday and Saturday nights.
6. Spend Some Time with Mimes
On the “streets” of the Paris Hotel and Casino, you will find several mimes just waiting to entertain you. I know it’s kinda silly, but they are actually really good and funny. They did remind me of some of the street performers that we saw on our trip to Paris and they kinda make you forget you’re in sin city. LOL!
7. Visit Las Vegas Park
Located between the New York, New York, and the Monte Carlo Hotels, the Las Vegas Park is a great place to relax and people watch. We enjoyed grabbing a cold drink or a cup of coffee and sitting in this area to just relax after a long day in fabulous Las Vegas.
Check out the 40-foot tall Bliss Dance sculpture before catching one of the many completely free events in the park. Visit their page for more information.
8. Enjoy the Fremont Street Experience
If you’re asking yourself is Las Vegas expensive?
You won’t think so if you are in the center of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada where you will find Fremont Street, a canopy-covered car-free area that will delight your senses.
The Fremont Street Experience is awesome. You see, the canopy that hangs over the street comes alive with over two million lights and a state-of-the-art sound system entertaining guests from around the world.
Walking around, you will notice it’s surrounded by “old Las Vegas” casinos. There are usually street performers and live music going on as well. Definitely one of the fun things to do without spending a dime.
Honestly, you only get a feeling like this in sin city!
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9. Visit the Marjorie Barrick Museum
You’re probably wondering why I would be sending you to a college campus while you’re on vacation in Las Vegas?!
Well, that’s because the Marjorie Barrick Museum is located on UNLV’s campus.
Don’t worry though, it’s only three miles away from the strip. Here you will enjoy great modern and contemporary art pieces while enjoying a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas.
10. See the Largest Selection of Western Boots
Head over to Sam’s Town Casino to check out the largest selection of western boots in Las Vegas.
I thought I was back in Texas for a minute. LOL!
11. Take a Selfie at the Iconic Welcome to Las Vegas Sign
Be sure to head to the far south end of Las Vegas Boulevard and find the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. Granted, you might have to wait your turn in order to participate in this as the area in front of the fabulsou Las Vegas sign gets very crowded with visitors.
Nonetheless, it is one of the iconic Las Vegas free things to do. This picture with the Las Vegas sign the perfect souvenir to take home with you on your trip to Las Vegas.
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12. Hike Red Rock Canyon
Get out of the city and experience some of the Las Vegas terrains in Red Rock Canyon. With several hikes and trails to choose from, there is a hike available for all ability levels. This hike and viewing the rock formations is a nice little escape from sin city and one of the great Vegas activities.
You know, Las Vegas and the canyon are great items to add to a southwest road trip as well!
13. City Center Fine Art
View the art collection in City Center. Their goal was to bring fine art to an urban destination, like Las Vegas, and they did just that by populating their public spaces with some amazing artwork.
It’s funny to think that such amazing artwork can be viewed for free.
14. Visit the Eiffel Tower
Okay, so it’s not the real Eiffel Tower that we saw in Paris, but it’s a nice replica.
Take a picture in front of the Eiffel Tower, or for a small fee, ride to the top of the 46 stories and get one of the best views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Completely inspired by the Eiffel Tower’s illuminations in France, the replica in Las Vegas has a free, recurring light show every 30 minutes on the hour and the half-hour from sunset to midnight. The 300 color changing lights and 800 strobe lights light up the Las Vegas skyline.
The picture of you in front of the Eiffel Tower can be included with your list of free things to do, but the ride to the top costs so it will have to be added to your list of fun things to do.
The Eiffel Tower right in front of The Paris Hotel and Casino, and is definitely a Las Vegas-style attraction.
15. Witness the Fall of the Atlantis
This animated display of fire, water, and nine-foot-tall talking statues located in Caesar’s Palace Forum is sure to hold your attention. The story is set in the kingdom of Atlantis, where king Atlas has to decide which of his children will overtake the throne. And these siblings are in a true Las Vegas-style family feud.
It does get crowded once the show begins and it can be hard to hear the characters, but it doesn’t matter. You can make up your own narrations. I mean, you are in sin city.
Located near the Cheesecake Factory and the Nike store in Caesar’s Palace Forum, the show lasts about 10 minutes and takes place every hour on the hour, beginning at 11 am.
16. Get Your Picture With a Showgirl
Yes, you can get your picture with a showgirl! Harrah’s Casino often has two or three of their showgirls ready to pose with whoever would like a picture. Of course, you should tip the ladies, so add this to your list of Las Vegas things to do.
17. See the World’s Brightest Light Beam
Every night you can witness the World’s largest light beam right here in Las Vegas. Just find The Luxor pyramid and look up. It’s the most powerful light in the world!
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18. Visit a 55-Foot Flame Shooting Sculpture
Head to the entrance of the downtown container park in Las Vegas to check out a 55-foot flame shooting praying mantis. I just don’t know what else to say about this. LOL!
19. Walk through the Botanical Gardens
The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio change with every season. The horticulturists bring the Conservatory to life with different themes and colors to match the season.
The Bellagio Conservatory team transforms the 14,000-square-foot area several times a year. Just head through the lobby of the hotel, you can’t miss the gorgeous display that awaits on the other side.
When the season changes and the display changes, the plants, and trees that were here are recycled to help the Earth even more. This is a true jewel in Las Vegas!
And even better, The Botanical Gardens are open 24-hours a day!
20. Neon Museum
The Neon Museum is home to tons of old Las Vegas neon signs. Here you will find signs from old casinos and other businesses from around Las Vegas.
Roam around and find your favorite it this vast Neon Graveyard.
The organization also refurbishes old signs along the Fremont Street Experience. There is a fee for entrance, but it’s a non-profit organization, so your money is going to a good cause in Las Vegas.
21. Be Transported to Venice
Hotels in Las Vegas definitely go above and beyond, making you feel like you have been transported around the world. The Venetian Hotel is not an exception to this rule.
Outside you get a taste of Venice. You can pay for a gondola ride if you want, just note that the gondola rides aren’t cheap.
Once inside, follow the canal that runs throughout the shops. If you paid for a gondola ride, they will take you on these canals, if not, just walk. You will uncover lively piazzas with cafes connected by charming bridges, just like in Venice. Well, not totally, but it’s something at least.
We loved walking through the Venetian Hotel experiencing all of the vast decor and the awesome street performers.
22. Hang out at the Container Park
The downtown Las Vegas container park is a great place to shop, eat, and just plain hang out. This 1.1-acre park is an entertainment mecca and welcomes over 2,000 visitors a day.
The first thing you will notice is the 44-foot-tall praying mantis that shoots fireballs from its antennae. The park is home to restaurants, bars, a gelato parlor, and shopping. The kids will also love the playground that houses a 33-foot slide!
They host free events including concerts, variety shows, and movie nights as well. Take note that after 9 pm, the Container Park is a Las Vegas adults-only venue.
23. Go Old-School at the Pinball Hall of Fame
Full of old-school pinball machines, this 10,000 square-foot museum will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. The collection at the Pinball Hall of Fame ranges from the 1950s to the 1990s.
Although you have to pay to play the machines (most only 25 cents), all the money goes to Las Vegas charity since this is a non-profit organization. Definitely one of the fun things to do!
24. See the Flamingos
Yes, it’s true, you can see real-life flamingos while on the Las Vegas Strip.
Located in the Flamingo Hotel, the Wildlife Habitat is home to exotic birds, fish, and of course, the flamingos. The Wildlife Habitat sits on 15-acres and is completely free to see.
The 15-acre habitat is open daily. While here, take your picture with one of the parrots, or see the daily feedings of the animals. The pelicans are fed daily at 8:30 am and 2:00 pm.
25. Go Rock and Roll at the Hard Rock
If you love rock and roll, then you will love the collection of rock memorabilia at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas.
The memorabilia includes instruments, outfits, and pictures from rock and roll legends including Nirvana, The Rolling Stones, Guns N’ Roses, and of course, Elvis!
You can view the memorabilia for free 24 hours a day while in Las Vegas.
26. Explore M&M World
Get your M&M fix at M&M World on the strip. With all things M&M, you’re bound to find something you love.
If you don’t want to spend any money, just walk around and explore this large store devoted to M&M’s.
27. Go to the Circus for Free!
It’s true, you can see the circus for free while in Las Vegas! Head over to the Circus-Circus Hotel to see the performers fly through the air.
Performances start daily at 11:30 am and include many different acts. You can see people on the flying trapeze, aerial silk performance, clowns, and many other amazing acts.
28. See the World’s Largest Chocolate Fountain
The Bellagio Chocolate Fountain in Las Vegas, Nevada is home to this incredible chocolate fountain in the world! Once inside the Bellagio, head to the Jean Philippe Patisserie to observe this marvel. I mean, can I just jump into this fountain? I doubt the employees would appreciate that, but I love the thought!
Of course, after you watch the fountain, be sure and splurge on a chocolate treat!
29. See a Mermaid
Again, there are all kinds of things in Las Vegas! At the Silverton Casino, you can view a 117,000-gallon aquarium that houses many tropical fish, and yes, mermaids.
The mermaids swim several times a day, so click here for a current schedule.
30. Visit a Chocolate Factory
The Ethel M Chocolate Factory is a great way to spend a few hours in Las Vegas. Ethel M has been making chocolate for over 100 years.
Take a self-guided tour of the Ethel M Chocolate Factory and then take a self guided tour of the cactus garden before you leave.
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31. Biggest Golden Nugget in Existence
Located in downtown Las Vegas, inside of The Golden Nugget Hotel, you will find the biggest golden nugget in existence, the Hand of Faith.
The Hand of Faith was found in 1980 when Kevin Hillier found it outside of his hometown in Wedderburn, Australia. The crazy part about this is the golden nugget was only about a foot underground! He sold his nugget to the Golden Nugget Hotel in Las Vegas for over a million dollars!
Today, you can see it on display at the hotel.
32. Visit “The Pawn Stars”
Gold and Silver Pawn in Las Vegas is home to the hit show on the History Channel, “The Pawn Stars.” You can go inside and view their merchandise, and of course, take some photos outside.
If you’re lucky maybe you will get to meet some of the stars while you’re here.
33. Have a Say in New TV Shows
Located inside the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, the CBS Television City Research Center allows you to have a say in what shows make it into your living room.
Just grab a ticket at the MGM Grand research center entrance, and then watch your show and voice your opinion. It’s easy and free!
34. Relax in the Hot Springs
Head outside of Las Vegas a little and enjoy a hike to a fabulous natural hot spring. Take note, parts of the hike are rather strenuous, so do your research before heading out toward the Colorado River.
A popular hot spring is the Gold Strike Hot Springs. This spring is in a set of cascading pools in the Colorado River. Getting here is a little harder though, so be sure and do your research before visiting.
35. Stroll the Strip
One of the best things to do is just stroll along the stip. Take in all the excitement around you while popping in to visit any of the local stores or restaurants that you’d like.
Be warned though, the Las Vegas strip is much longer than it appears. Given the fact that crossing the street requires you to go upstairs and cross over a bridge, walking the strip takes a little longer than you might originally think. Pace yourself and be sure and drink lots of water while visiting Las Vegas.
36. Play Lawn Games
The Gold Spike is an oversized adult playground in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can hang out in the living room or the backyard and take part in all of the fun that surrounds you.
Whether you’re a fan of giant beer pong, cornhole, or Twister, this place has it all!
37. Catch the Sunset Stampede at Sam’s Town
Sam’s Town is located about 20 minutes away from the Vegas strip. The Sunset Stampede is a 10-minute laser light and a fountain show that includes animatronics and a babbling brook.
38. Watch the Light Show at Bally’s
Every night the rooftop canopy over the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s comes alive. Set to custom-created music, this light show is highlighted by a Swarovski Crystal Starburst that soars above the Grand Baraaz Shops and can be seen from all over Las Vegas Boulevard.
The show takes place nightly, every 15 minutes beginning at 8:05.
39. Visit Hershey Chocolate World
Located in the New York-New York Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Hershey Chocolate World is home to more than 800 chocolates and candies. I love that you get a free sample when you enter the store so go as many times as you want while visiting Las Vegas!
40. View Some Great Photography
Located in The Linq Hotel in Las Vegas, The Polaroid Fotobar is a delight for shutterbugs. You can upload, edit, and print your own photos on the first floor before touring the museum.
The museum houses pictures of famous photographers holding up their favorite photos as well as many other fun exhibits of photography throughout the decades. For photography lovers, this is a great cheap thing to do in Vegas.
While at The Linq, you probably noticed the High Roller outside also. The High Roller is 550-foot tall Ferris Wheel that welcomes visitors to enjoy a 30 min ride and an open air bar inside of the High Roller cabins. There is a fee for this, so check prices before you add the High Roller onto your list.
41. Learn to Gamble
Of course, the Las Vegas casinos will teach you to gamble. I mean how will they get your money if you don’t feel confident enough to play.
Most casinos have lesson times, just visit their website, or ask at the information desk. They will surely hook you up with free lessons in hopes that you’ll be spending money in Las Vegas casinos after that!
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42. Experience a Thunderstorm
Usually, we head inside to avoid a thunderstorm, but I’m telling you to do the opposite while in Las Vegas. Head inside the Miracle Mile Shops to experience an interior thunderstorm! LOL!
43. See Shelby Mustangs
Mustang enthusiasts will love to see the awesome collection of Shelby Mustangs. Located in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada, the Shelby Heritage Center and Carroll Shelby Store is open 7 days a week.
Tours are free and do not require a reservation.
44. See the Statue of Liberty
So it’s not the real Statue of Liberty, but it’s a great recreation and it’s found right here in Las Vegas, Nevada.. Outside of the New York, New York Hotel and casino, you will see just that.
While here, be sure and explore the fun New York, New York hotel as well. I mean, how many hotels in the world have a full-size roller coaster going through its lobby? Not only that, but the restaurants inside are also themed after popular New York food establishments.
45. Sample Whiskey at Vom Fass
Located in The Grand Canal Shoppes in the Venetian, VOM FASS offers a free whiskey experience Thursday-Saturday at 7:00 pm. During the 45-minute class, participants learn about the whiskey-making process before tasting bourbon, Irish whiskey, and scotch. Now that is a great afternoon in Las Vegas!
46. View the Art Collection at the Aria
The Aria Hotel in Las Vegas houses the first permanent fine art collection in Las Vegas. Here you can enjoy works by world-famous artists such as Henry Moore, Frank Stella, and Richard Long just to name a few.
You will enjoy seeing all forms of media while strolling through this beautiful collection.
47. Admire the Glass Ceiling of the Bellagio
While inside the lobby of the gorgeous Bellagio, look up! Over your head, you will see over 2,000 colorful hand-blown glass sculptures.
These gorgeous flowers, crafted by world-class renowned artist, Dale Chihuly, weigh in at over 40,000 pounds! The masterpiece is called the “Fiori di Como” and is one of Chihuly’s most recognized pieces of art. I’m sure that is due to the fact that 15-20,000 people come to the hotel’s lobby just to view the masterpiece. The pieces are supported by a 10,000-pound steel armature to ensure that the pieces stay intact.
A fun fact, every morning between 2 and 5 am, a team of engineers clean and maintain the sculptures! You won’t find this anywhere but Las Vegas!
48. Have Lunch with Harleys
Harley lovers will be in heaven at the Harley Davidson Cafe located right on the Las Vegas Strip.
The 28-foot Harley coming out of the front of the building gets your attention immediately, but if that’s not enough, head inside and enjoy some great food in a Harley atmosphere.
49. Take a Free Pull on a Slot Machine
You never know, your free pull might make you some money! Take a chance, I mean what do you have to lose, it’s free and you’re in Las Vegas!
You will find this free machine located outside of the Tropicana hotel, step in and take your free pull!
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50. Visit the Hall of Fame of Poker
Binions is an iconic name in gambling. Head over and check out the Who’s Who of poker.
Originally created in 1979 by Benny Binion, the owner of the Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas, the Hall of Fame of Poker was to celebrate and preserve the names and legends of the poker community. I guess it didn’t hurt that this served as a tourist attraction in his casinos as well.
In order to be considered, the gambler must meet four criteria that include being well respected by peers.
51. Watch Performance on Fremont Street
Fremont Street is always bustling with activity.
Much like Bourbon Street in New Orleans, you never know what you’re going to see on Fremont! Street. This is actually one of the most popular free things to do in Las Vegas!
52. Watch a Fashion Show
The Fashion Show Mall located off of the Las Vegas strip didn’t get its name from thin air. They truly have fashion shows there. Why not see one, just to say you did!
53. Watch The Lake of Dreams
Located at the Wynn Hotel and Casino is The Lake of Dreams. The Lake of Dreams is a 40-foot waterfall and lake where a nightly show takes place.
The show includes thousands of lights, music, and holographic. The show runs nightly every half hour beginning at 6:00 pm.
54. Get Your Fortune Told
You can get your fortune told for free while in Las Vegas. Just head to the Lucky Cat exhibit inside the Cosmopolitan. Guests 21 and over can touch the cat’s paw to receive a Cosmopolitan freebie or a fortune.
55. Explore a Tropical Rain Forest
The atrium of the Mirage will transport you to a tropical rain forest without leaving Las Vegas. The 10-story dome that surrounds you houses extensive species of rainforest plants, waterfalls, and lagoons.
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56. View a 20,000 Gallon Aquarium
Also located in the Mirage hotel is a massive 20,000-gallon saltwater aquarium. Inside you will find over 450 fish swimming around a coral reef. This is definitely one of the unique attractions in Las Vegas.
57. Get Up Close with the Sharks
The Golden Nugget Hotel in downtown Las Vegas houses a shark tank that is actually their pool! This feature is a three-story complex containing over 200,000 gallons of water, coral reef, and sharks! Another one of the cool Las Vegas attractions.
58. Go to Hoover Dam
The Hoover Dam, located on the border of Nevada and Arizona is something that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime.
The Hoover Dam is an engineering marvel has been astounding generations for years. The Hoover Dam is located in the Black Canyon and serves to dam up the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona. The Hoover Dam offers self-guided and guided tours daily.
The Hoover Dam has been welcoming tourists for years and is considered one of the best things to do while visiting Las Vegas. Be sure to visit their website for more information.
Getting to the Hoover Dam is an easy day trip from your Las Vegas hotel and one of the Las Vegas attractions unique to this area.
59. See the MGM Lion
The iconic symbol of MGM studios is the lion. Head over to the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas and take your picture with the gold statue, or view the live lion in his habitat.
60. Catch Some Rays
Las Vegas hotels are known for having great pools. Take advantage of all of the desert sunshine and enjoy some time relaxing by the pool and catching some rays. Some of the Las Vegas hotels have incredible pools.
Actually, there are companies that take people on tours of the fabulous pool parties hosted in Las Vegas. That says a lot for the pool scene here.
61. Weigh Yourself on a Giant Scale
Head to The Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas, Nevada and step on their giant scale, well as long as you don’t mind everyone around seeing your weight. I must admit, this is one of the Las Vegas attractions I skipped. LOL!
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62. Take Your Picture With a Million Bucks
That’s right, at Binion’s Las Vegas, you can take a selfie with a million dollars! Granted, you can’t take it with you, but you might be able to fool a friend or two?
63. See the World’s Largest Slot Machine
Look around while exploring downtown Las Vegas and you are guaranteed to see the gigantic Slot Machine, Slotzilla! Only in Las Vegas!
64. Stroll Through 1940s New York
The New York-New York Hotel is set up like New York City in the 1940s. Roam around and enjoy being transported back in time.
65. See The Little White Wedding Chapel
Made famous for the Las Vegas Wedding of Ross and Rachel on Friends, the Little White Wedding Chapel is worth a visit. Where else can you have a drive-thru wedding?
66. Listen to the Gondoliers at the Venetian
Stand on the Rialto Bridge and listen to the gondoliers serenade their guests as they go through the canals at the Venetian. I’m telling you, the themes of the hotels in Las Vegas will have you almost believe that you have been transported across the world to another country!
67. Watch the Performers at Venetian
While you’re roaming around the Venetian, look for the performers dressed in Carnivale style dress for some cool Las Vegas entertainment.
68. See an Egyptian Pyramid
Step inside Egypt at the Luxor Hotel without leaving Las Vegas. The huge pyramid is amazing on the outside, but also just as amazing on the inside.
69. Visit the Chandelier Bar
The Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan is gorgeous. Even if you don’t buy a drink go just to gawk at all the crystals that make up this awesome bar.
70. Head to Lake Mead
Lake Mead is one of the largest man-made lakes in the world. Offering plenty of relief from the Vegas sunshine, a day trip to Lake Mead is an amazing escape from the strip.
Final Thought on Cheap Vegas Attractions
Hopefully, we have shown you that there are a number of cheap things to do. Choose the ones that best fit your personality and the things that you would like to explore while here in this fun city.
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About the Author
Michelle Snell is a travel writer, history buff, wine lover, and enthusiast of different cultures. While she is a professional educator by day, her passion for travel has her jet-setting all over the world during her free time.
Michelle enjoys bringing places to life through her informative writing style on her blog, That Texas Couple. Her practical tips and suggestions help make travel dreams a reality while immersing her readers in the history, culture, and food of a region. She is happiest sipping wine in Italy or chilling on a beach with her husband, Marty.