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Las Vegas Haunted History Tour for Two or Four from Las Vegas Haunted Tour (Up to 57% Off)

Las Vegas Haunted Tour

In front of Heart Attack Grill

Tour-goers explore the 1.25 mile route on foot, and participate in an investigation behind the mob museum

$60 $26

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Electric Trikke Tour for One or Two, Plus Food Vouchers for Bar Bistro at Trikke Las Vegas (Up to 42% Off)

Trikke Las Vegas

Container Park

Instructors teach riders how to operate three-wheeled electric Trikkes and lead tours that feature vouchers for food

$99 $62

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Repeal Day Celebration Package at The Mob Museum on Friday, December 5 (Up to 43% Off). Two Packages Available.

The Mob Museum

Downtown

Dance to live jazz and swing and watch master bartenders battle for the title of Boss of the Bars at a 1933-style costume party

$55 $35

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Fabulous Downtown Bar & Club Crawl for One, Two, or Four from Vegas Night Crawl (Up to58% Off

Vegas Night Crawl

Las Vegas

Skip the lines and play where the locals play at some of downtown’s trendiest venues on a bar and club crawl for one, two, or four

$60 $30

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Haunted Las Vegas Tour for One, Two, or Four from Haunted City Ghost Tours (Up to 62% Off)

Haunted City Ghost Tours

Downtown

Visit the downtown Fremont district to learn the stories of a roaming spirit who was caught in a love triangle and other hauntings

$39 $19

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Grand Canyon Tour of the West or South Rim for One with Optional Meals from Comedy on Deck Tours (Up to 51% Off)

Comedy on Deck Tours

Multiple Locations

Trained guide leads bus tour from Vegas to Grand Canyon with multiple stops for breathtaking nature views

$189 $93

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Travis Tritt at The Grand at Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino on December 9 at 10 p.m. (Up to 43% Off)

Travis Tritt

The Grand at Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino

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Outlaw country singer known for blending gospel and Southern rock into his sound tours behind his latest album, The Calm After…

$68.85 $39

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In the early 1950s, at the start of the Cold War, crowds would gather on the roof of Atomic Liquors, cocktails in hand, waiting for the show to begin. However, this particular brand of Vegas entertainment didn't feature singing, dancing, or strongmen wrestling slot machines. In fact, the stage was nearly 50 miles away, where the massive blasts from nuclear-bomb tests sent mushroom clouds billowing into the desert sky. Atomic Liquors?n?e Virginia's Cafe?changed its name in 1952 to jibe with its free entertainment. That same year, the bar's original owners, Joe and Stella Sobchik, outfitted it with a new sign, which the Huffington Post recently lauded as a classic piece of Americana. When it first went up, that now-iconic sign was a beacon for Las Vegas' stable of stars. The Rat Pack and the Smothers Brothers used to drink here after their shows, and Barbara Streisand even had her own seat, which has since been restored and put on display. Indeed, as Atomic Liquors' list of famous patrons grew, so did its acting resume?movies such as Casino and The Hangover and TV shows such as The Twilight Zone have all filmed scenes at the bar. Yet despite the history of glitz and glamor, Sin City's oldest freestanding bar doesn't rest on its pedigree; its updated list of libations includes 60 different kinds of beer, including 20 on tap, as well as a plethora of whiskeys and other spirits. Free parking is located on Fremont Street.
917 Fremont St
Las Vegas,
NV
US
Designed by Jin Caldwell, master chocolatier, JinJu Chocolates?are almost too beautiful to eat. Almost. Like colorful little gem-orbs, the?hand-crafted gourmet European-style bon bons often come adorned with beautiful graphic decorations or perfectly tempered shells. Each batch is then carefully nestled into decorative boxes where they remain safe until their new owner rips open their packaging with their teeth. Apecial sea-salted caramels are also a JinJu specialty, with flavors like lemon caramel and chipotle cinnamon.
707 Fremont Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US
For the past 60 years, The Opportunity Village has brightened the lives of Las Vegas?area people with intellectual disabilities. Their programs expand their clients' horizons with vocational-training programs that prepare workers for jobs in food service, administrative work, and document imaging and destruction. Community members have a chance to contribute by attending festive fundraising events, including a holiday 5K that fills the streets with tens of thousands of Santas.
Fremont St
Las Vegas,
NV
US
In-a-Flash’s attendant-supervised photo booths capture one-of-a-kind moments at parties and corporate events, preserving them in physical and electronic form. Each booth features a professional camera and studio-quality lighting as well as various props, costumes, and customizable backgrounds for displaying a business name, message, or itemized grocery list. The company’s in-house development team can customize booths to mesh with their surroundings, even integrating technology to trigger the camera with actions such as hitting a drum or opening the Ark of the Covenant. Partygoers can opt to print their images on 100-year archival metallic paper or have them delivered instantly to mobile devices or Facebook.
707 Fremont Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US
Motley Brews' beer lovers share their passion for suds by curating beverage-focused festivals and events. Whether they?re lauding neighborhood breweries during the Downtown Brew Festival or uncapping rare beers at the Great Vegas Festival of Beer, they encourage attendees to try new tastes and rekindle the fire with old favorites. Motley Brews toasts the community as well, giving a portion of its celebrations? proceeds to local nonprofit organizations.
800 Fremont Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US
CollectiveZoo is fully dedicated to curating a good time. The group organizes a slew of irresistible events—including pool parties, dance affairs, and sock hops—and their web page steers everyday pleasure seekers toward hip restaurants and shops. In the site’s The Know section, informal articles sum up the best of Vegas food, fashion, art, and other cool things that Earth has that Mars totally doesn’t have.
601 Fremont Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US
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