Strange and Bizarre Things to Try in Vegas

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There’s a lot many things about Vegas that people are unaware of. Las Vegas offers a wealth of exquisite things to do, and to explore them you need to play the right hand. If you are a born adventurer and love to experience those uncommon things in life, then Vegas is the perfect recreation place for you.

First and foremost comes the wedding bells. Weddings are considered a industry in Vegas. Yes! You can get married in a fraction of second. Some of the churches that are famous for fixing a one day long marriage are Little White Wedding Chapel, Viva Las Vegas Chapel and Wee Kirk o’ the Heather.

In the day-time, you can go on a long drive on 30 miles of open road through scenic Red Rock Canyon with the brand new American Muscle Car Driving Experience. It is true that you can drive the Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500- the most muscular of American muscle cars for a Red Rock Experience. Or, have you ever dreamed about racing a Ferrari? Then you can head to Las Vegas Motor Speedway where you can ignore speed limits on the racetrack and drive the actual Ferrari race car-an iconic Ferrari 458, or the ultra-exotic McLaren Mp4-12c.

Things to do at Vegas- Boulevard South

Next comes the time to celebrate your casino winnings or rather say the jump of joy. In southwest Las Vegas, there is a renown place called Skyzone where you can enliven your childhood days by jumping onto a indoor trampoline. The room here is loaded with amusing framework of trampolines with padded walls and floors, and also features 3-D dodgeball, SkySlam basketball court, and the Foam Zone.

Ever heard about Las Vegas Boulevard South? There are two reasons to explore this place. First is Bonanza Gifts, the world’s largest gift store that offers a amply glittering pieces that date back to the Route 66 era. Second is the Stratosphere Tower. This tallest building in Nevada, has at its summit a quartet of thrill rides: Big Shot (the Ride), X-Scream (Sky Jump), Insanity (Level 107 Lounge that revolves 360-degrees every 80 minutes). This is a pre-requisite shot that you should definitely try in Las Vegas.

 Things to do at Vegas-Shark Reef

In the quiet hot afternoon, you can visit Shark Reef – North America’s only predator-based aquarium. Located at Mandalay Bay, this full-sized aquarium includes rare golden crocodiles, moray eels, jellyfish, piranhas, and 15 species of sharks. This aquatic place also offers ‘Dive With The Sharks’ – the most thrilling experiences in Las Vegas. This 45 minute dive activity takes place in the largest tank at Shark Reef- the 1.3 million gallon Shipwreck which accommodates thirty Sand Tiger, White Tip Reef, Gray Tip Reef, Sandbar, Zebra, Nurse, Galapagos Sharks, Moray Eels, Sea Turtles, Rays, and lots of Fish.

Thought of hitting one of the shooting ranges in the Las Vegas? Desert Hills Shooting Club, located just half hour from the Vegas Strip provides an exceptional shooting range experience including a 21-station sporting clay course. Though Las Vegas is a city built on desert but there is an oasis at the desert shore. This oasis is called Lake Mead. Thanks to Hoover Dam that today Lake Mead is considered the largest reservoir in America. This place provides an ample of engaging activities like water sports equipment, jet skis, wake-board and pontoon boat rides. If you want to scare yourself more, do take the optional sky-walk at Hoover Dam.

 Things to do at Vegas-Grand Canyon

To make your evening wilder, why not make a visit the heights and depths of the Grand Canyon by helicopter? This million dollar worth ride over the canyon takes 45 minutes, and is known to be one of the most amazing sights of the world. So you can capture those incredible scenic views and see the sunset from close while flying around the sky. And, don’t forget to take your champagne along.

If you have finished trying your luck at casinos, be a pinball wizard at Pinball Hall of Fame. You can test your test your flipping skills at this strangely splendid museum that employs more than 100 operational pinball machines. Later you can move on to toss off a bottle of beer at extraordinary places with strange surroundings. The Mermaid Bar & Lounge at Silverton is such a unusual place where you can enjoy your drinks in the company of silver-finned fish-women, before going forward to explore other curios in the city of lights.

Before returning to your hometown, you should surely take a trip to the Gambler’s General Store. Here, you can shop for everything related to the gaming industry – mini-roulette wheels, blackjack shoes, old casino tokens, multi-colored dice or you can do your souvenir shopping at this place

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