Sightseeing in Shadows

Up to 53% Off Tour of Las Vegas in Iconic Airplane

West Air Aviation

North Las Vegas

$1,000 $499

FAA-certified commercial pilots take guests on an airborne journey over Las Vegas in a fully restored 1937 Beechcraft Staggerwing biplane

Up to 51% Off from Skyline Helicopter Tours

Skyline Helicopter Tours

North Las Vegas Airport

$289 $145.99

Helicopter tours buzz over the Las Vegas Strip, Red Rock Canyon, or both; Viva Las Vegas tour includes show tickets

Big Bus Tours – Up to Half Off Day Tour

Big Bus Tours

Multiple Locations

$38 $21

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London-styled double-decker busses rove to sites such as the Las Vegas Strip and the Fremont Street Experience

Up to 63% Off at the Hispanic Museum of Nevada

Hispanic Museum of Nevada

The Boulevard Mall

$32 $14

Featuring works by established masters and emerging artists, the museum preserves the culture of Latin Americans in the US and elsewhere

Up to 54% Off at Erotic Heritage Museum

Erotic Heritage Museum

Paradise

$60 $30

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Far more than a collection of blush-inducing artifacts, the EHM explores the power of eroticism as a force in shaping pop culture

$10 for a Las Vegas Car Museum Visit for Four

Las Vegas Car Museum

The Strip

$29.95 $10

A collection of U.S.-made and international luxury vehicles from the past century

National Atomic Testing Museum – Up to 60% Off 

National Atomic Testing Museum

Paradise

$28 $14

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8,000 sq. ft. museum explores the history of the Nevada test site; Area 51 exhibit focuses on the myths and evidence of the base

Up to 58% Off at the Polaroid Museum at Polaroid Fotobar

Polaroid Fotobar

The Linq

$20 $10

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Two-story space celebrates the art and history of Polaroid and allows guests to turn their digital photos into fun and innovative products

Up to 55% Off VIP Club Crawl with Helicopter Flight

Vegas Rockstar VIP

On Location

$259 $129

15-minute helicopter flight sweeps over the neon-lit nighttime strip before a Rockstar VIP host leads a tour of Las Vegas' hottest clubs

Up to 61% Off Running/Walking Tour

Las Vegas Running Tours

On Location

$198 $95

Exercise your way up and down the Strip during a running/walking tour that starts and finishes at the Bellagio fountains

57% Off from Las Vegas Club Crawl

Las Vegas Club Crawl

On Location

$90.67 $39

(260)

Club crawl patrons have priority line access for venues such as Pure, LAX, Chateau, and Gallery and supplies drink tickets and food specials

Up to 64% Off Nightclub Tour from VIP UNLTD

VIP UNLTD

Multiple Locations

$120 $49

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Expedited entry, drink specials at check-in location, and transportation between clubs on a party bus stocked with top-shelf drinks

42% Off Club Crawl from Sin City Club Crawl

Sin City Club Crawl

PBR Rock Bar

$84.34 $49

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Guests bypass lines to groove at popular venues such as Haze nightclub with a free drink at the first stop and luxury party-bus service

Up to 48% Off from Hoover Dam Tour Company

Hoover Dam Tour Company

The Strip

$79.99 $45

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On a five-hour tour, buses shuttle sightseers from the twinkling lights of downtown Las Vegas to the churning waters of Hoover Dam

Up to 49% Off at Vegas Balloon Rides

Vegas Balloon Rides

Las Vegas

$275 $149

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Balloon riders tour desert skies at dawn, enjoying cloud-high views of the mountains and city before clinking champagne glasses upon landing

51% Off A-List Nightclub Tour

Party Tours Las Vegas

The Strip

$99 $49

Open-bar party bus drives to exclusive hangouts such as Chateau, Haze, and Pure, also taking guests on a mini tour of the Strip

Up to 52% Off Las Vegas Pub Crawls

Crawl Vegas

Hard Rock Cafe

$120 $60

Club-crawl participants get into Vegas's hottest pool venues and nightclubs without waiting in line or paying a cover

51% Off Aerobatic Flight from Sky Combat Ace

Sky Combat Ace

On Location

$408.99 $199

Aerobatic flights take passengers through loops, rolls, stalls, and spins

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Madame Tussaud began crafting wax likenesses in 1770s Paris, and a sense of history clings to her wax museums around the globe today—according to the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventurers, the location is haunted by unsettled spirits. By day, the collection of wax sculptures fills the serene exhibits with characters ranging from daredevil Evel Knievel (complete with his original Harley Davidson and good-luck teddy bear) to Lady Gaga and Whoopi Goldberg. A Hugh Hefner figure, wearing the Playboy magnate’s signature smoking jacket, reclines on a bed, and a nightclub-themed section of the museum honors Las Vegas’s entertainment history with a waxen Elvis and Wayne Newton.

Velvet ropes no longer cordon figures off from the public, granting guests up-close-and-personal photo ops. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas honors its spooky roots with special late-night Scream events, a shriek-inducing tour through a maximum-security prison set interspersed with ghoulish wax figures and live actors.

3377 Las Vegas Blvd, South Suite 2001
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Adventure Helicopter Tours parades sightseers about the skies above Los Angeles for aerial appreciation of the city's many landmarks. The outfit hosts 12 separate tours around southern California, including those that fly over the homes of celebrities, providing ample opportunities to pass judgment on their backyard barbecuing skills. Other options include a romantic sunset excursion, and a route that flies past the Hollywood sign. Every passenger on an Adventure Helicopter Tours excursion enjoys window seating and a two-way MP3 stereo headset for easy communication with fellow sightseers.

500 E Cheyenne Ave
North Las Vegas,
NV
US

Recently featured in Maxim, Las Vegas Mob Experience escorts history hounds through a 26,000-sq.-ft. journey through the rise and fall of early Vegas mafiosi and their lasting influence on the city. This highly interactive exhibit takes visitors close-up to hundreds of artifacts, including photographs, home movies, and furniture that once belonged to organized-crime figures such as Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, a creator of the Flamingo Hotel, and Meyer Lansky. Actors dressed as apparitions of the gangsters themselves tell firsthand stories while guests slink through back alleys, secret lairs, and other vignettes, including the Ellis Island docks and immigration rooms, a speakeasy, police station, and more.

3801 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Opened in 1991, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum presents a collection of wildlife, historical, geologic and prehistoric exhibits. Nine galleries fill the two-story building with lifelike replicas of extinct and present day fauna, including animals that once roamed the area that is today known as Las Vegas. The Marine Life Gallery features a vast assortment of sea life, with full-sized whales hanging from the ceiling, an interactive display of sounds from several species of oceanic creatures and a pool filled with live baby sharks and sting rays. In another area, dinosaurs like the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops and Ichthyosaur transport visitors back to the time before humans walked the earth. And not far away is Treasures of Egypt, a 4,000-square-foot monument to King Tut’s tomb, which houses more than 500 replicas of the boy king’s burial chamber.

900 Las Vegas Blvd N
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Food isn't always the first thing that comes to mind while thinking of Las Vegas. But in addition to being known for its casinos and live entertainment, Sin City is quickly building a reputation as a culinary destination thanks to celebrity chefs, five-star restaurants, and poker chips dipped in chocolate.

It's for these reasons that food writers and sommeliers Elaine and Scott Harris established Las Vegas Dining Tours. The Harrises—who have covered culinary events including The Fingerlakes Wine Festival and Pebble Beach Food & Wine and who have interviewed such renowned chefs as Cat Cora and Charlie Trotter—whisk visitors to four area eateries during their tours. Once there, guests dig into house specialties, sip wine and craft beer, and learn insider information on the food and beverage industry from the duo.

PO Box 35541
Las Vegas,
NV
US

A fleet of powerful Honda 250 ATVs growl in the Nevada sunlight, waiting to tear over the hills and skid through the ravines of the Valley of Fire State Park. For three hours, guests careen around 28 miles of scenery, kicking up dust and out pacing jackrabbits on their mini ATVs, before breaking for a provided picnic lunch. Professional guides ensure the safety of helmet-clad guests and sandstone cliffs ensure conversation-starting photographs long after the excursion's end.

4780 W Ann Rd.
North Las Vegas,
NV
US