Las Vegas Daytime Activities
Gameworks At Town Square
GameWorks Las Vegas is expanding with a bigger, better game room with some of your favorite games! Located in the Town Square mall, GameWorks Las Vegas is a family-friendly entertainment and dining complex delivering 365 days of indoor fun for guests of all ages. GameWorks Las Vegas offers over 100 ticket redemption, video and classic arcade-style games, 8 bowling lanes, 2 pool tables, 30 TVs showing all of your favorite teams!
The Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, Nevada has been voted the Best Live Music Venue in Las Vegas by Travel +Leisure. The facility has also earned the Reader’s Choice Best Live Music Venue and the Best Concert Calendar awards by Las Vegas Weekly. Not only do visitors experience some of the best live concerts. They can also bowl. The Brooklyn Bowl was voted Best Bowling Alley by the 2015 Las Vegas Review Journal “Best Of” Awards.
Avengers Station Las Vegas
The Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, Nevada has been voted the Best Live Music Venue in Las Vegas by Travel +Leisure. The facility has also earned the Reader’s Choice Best Live Music Venue and the Best Concert Calendar awards by Las Vegas Weekly. Not only do visitors experience some of the best live concerts. They can also bowl. The Brooklyn Bowl was voted Best Bowling Alley by the 2015 Las Vegas Review Journal “Best Of” Awards. The facility includes three levels and almost 80,000 square feet of entertainment pleasure, making it one of the largest musical venues in the United States. With 32 bowling lanes, amazing dining at the famous Blue Ribbon restaurant and live concerts practically around the clock, the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas offers the experience of a lifetime. The venue can accommodate up to 3,000 people. Parking is available at hotels and other nearby establishments.
We’re not going to bore you with a bunch of lists on what you can ride, eat, or win at the Adventuredome in Circus Circus. All you need to know is that this is America’s largest indoor theme park and it’s hopped up on Vegas-style steroids. The colossal carnival-like atmosphere is more than five acres of thrills, chills and a crazy amount of fun for all ages. There are extreme roller coasters, like the new El Loco that lets riders experience a negative G-force, carnival rides, mini golf, laser tag, bumper cars, games and so much more.
Touted as one of the most unique and beloved attractions in Las Vegas, Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat is a serene paradise. It is conveniently free of charge and open to the public daily. Nestled on the Flamingo hotel’s lush 15-acre grounds, the Habitat is stocked with exotic birds, fish and turtles.
VooDoo Zip Line
Stretched between two of the Rio’s skyscrapers, the VooDoo Zipline at the Rio Las Vegas sends riders on a breathtaking journey as they soar above the neon playground of The Strip. First, attendants strap guests securely into a tandem seat, suspended nearly 500 feet in the air by strong metal cables. Then, as the riders’ friends cheer from the Rio’s 51st floor patio, the double-seater zipline throne flies at 33 mph over an expanse of pools, palm trees, and tall buildings.
Vegas Extreme Skydiving
The Most Thrilling Thing to do in Las Vegas Vegas Extreme Skydiving is your Skydiving Adventure. Skydiving over Las Vegas will inject you with unsurpassed exhilaration. Our fun, professional and qualified tandem instructors will guide you from the aircraft into the most adrenaline-filled freefall skydive experience from 15,000 feet above mother earth. Feel the sensation of weightless flight at speeds approaching 140 MPH while taking in views of the Las Vegas Strip, Red Rock National Park and Mount Charleston.
Vegas Balloon Rides
For a simply amazing addition to your trip to Las Vegas we recommend Las Vegas balloon rides, you are able to take in the beautiful scenery of the Nevada mountains together with the famous Las Vegas strip from your very own Las Vegas balloon rides.
Tournament Of Kings
Tournament of Kings is Las Vegas’ ultimate dinner and a show experience. Adapted from the tale of King Arthur, this live-action production takes place in a 900-seat theater-in-the-round arena and immerses the audience in a tale of valor and treachery. Valiant knights ride mighty steeds and prove their chivalry amongst special effects and pyrotechnics. While knights fight, guests feast on a hearty three-course meal using the original utensil – their hands. Tournament of Kings is an epic portrayal of centuries past, and it’s all in the name of honor, country, and of course, food.
The Auto Collections
The Auto Collection is always seeking the finest in automotive examples for the display on the exhibition floor and we are open to offers on those vehicles that are currently on display. Inquiries regarding interest in purchasing a car in the Collection, or offering one car or an entire collection for sale should be directed to Rob Williams
Topgolf is the hottest new concept on the Las Vegas scene. A four-level entertainment venue with interactive golf games and balls that score themselves, Topgolf is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. It features climate-controlled hitting bays, hundreds of HDTVs, a stage for live concerts, water features with cabanas, dynamic event spaces, delicious food and more.
The Titanic, deemed “practically unsinkable” by its builders, met its historic fate on a calm April night. Now you can see that ship’s whistle, guest luggage, personal artifacts of passengers, and more in this amazing exhibit. In the early morning hours of April 15, 1912, before the sun’s first light, the RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg and caused one of the deadliest disasters peacetime waters have ever seen. The legendary Titanic now rests 12,415 feet (3,784 m) below the Atlantic Ocean’s surface. The ship carried some of the world’s wealthiest people as well as emigrants from Great Britain and Europe seeking a new life in North America.