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Top 5 Attractions To Do In Vegas During COVID-19

Top 5 Attractions To Do In Vegas During COVID-19

Hikes In Nevada

A quick guide to the Top 5 things that we can still do in Las Vegas while practising social distancing with COVID-19.

Red Rock Canyon

Red Rock Canyon

Red Rock is a stunning 13-mile scenic drive, looping around the base, allowing you to take in the draw-dropping views of this picturesque landscape.

They require visitors to make reservations for the Scenic Drive

Red Rock is considered to be some of the best hiking in the whole of Nevada and definitely worth the journey out to here. Only 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Blvd.

Bellagio Conservatory

This is one of the most breathtaking and most popular things to do in all of Vegas, and it’s completely free!

Every season Bellagio brings so much beauty and enchantment into their botanical gardens, that are located through the entrance and check-in area. 

Due to COVID-19, there is now a roped off area where you have to stand in line to see the wonders of their latest creations. With beautiful high ceilings, stunning flower arrangements and water features, you’ll be wandering around here for some time. 

It is well worth the visit!

Bellgio Conservatory
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The Mob Museum

The Mob Museum is a trip into history to beautifully show what Vegas used to be and how things operate in this magnificent city.

It is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides a wonderful interactive exhibit and offers a bold and authentic view of organized crime in its truest sense dating back to 1933.

Fountains of Bellagio

One of the most famous attractions in the whole of Vegas! There is not a bad seat on the Strip to watch this. With 1,214 jets on hand to send water 460 feet, it makes for a refreshing shower in the heat of the summer. The dancing streams of water and synchronized music allow for a beautiful display of simplicity and sheer elegance. The music hit list ranges from Tiësto, Elvis, Micheal Jackson, The Beatles and Frank Sinatra.

Showtimes are: 

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.  

Every 30 minutes from noon to 7 PM 

Every 15 minutes 7 PM to midnight 

Monday – Friday

Every 30 minutes from 3 PM to 7 PM 

Every 15 minutes 7 PM to midnight

High Roller

Being the largest observation wheel in the world at a mighty 550ft tall, this is a definite must-see when coming to Las Vegas. It does a complete rotation in 30 minutes, and the views from here are absolutely stunning!

Tip: Check out there happy hour as it’s well worth the money at only $35 for daytime and $47 for nighttime rides.

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