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Las Vegas Family Attractions

Places for the Kids in Las Vegas


Looking for Family Attractions in Las Vegas? There are plenty of museums, arcades and things to see to keep your family happy in Las Vegas.

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Check out a few attractions that are right for your family below:

  • The Lion King Las Vegas- Broadway in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and the production of The Lion King Las Vegas. Your children will be mesmerized by the costumes, enchanted with the story and amused by the characters.

  • Las Vegas Springs Preserve
    If you are looking for something fun for the entire family the Las Vegas Springs Preserve is what you need to consider. Interactive exhibits that help to explain the ecology of the Las Vegas Valley and the planet entertain and inform at the Springs Preserve.

  • Kids in Las Vegas: Fun for the Whole Family - Kids can have fun in Las Vegas and it does not have to cost you a lot of money.

  • Family Friendly Restaurants in Las Vegas - Not all of these restaurants are strictly for families instead they are locations where a family can have a meal and not be relegated to the loud, themed, kid joints.

  • Gameworks arcade at the Showcase Mall - The Gameworks arcade in the Showcase Mall next to the MGM Grand will provide hours of fun for the entire family. They have enough video games to make you forget about all the slot machines next door. You will also find a movie theater and plenty of fast food at the Showcase mall and Gameworks.

  • Gondola Ride at the Venetian - Get a romantic ride through the street of a mall. Exciting! Actually, it can be a lot of fun and so Las Vegas. The gondola glides past cafes and sidewalks and it is a good place to tell that special someone stories about how one day you will take them to Venice.

  • Madame Tussaud's Las Vegas at the Venetian Hotel - Stand up close to a celebrity and just marvel at the work that the professionals at Madame Tussaud's put together. This is more than a museum it is an interactive tour and loads of fun.

  • Fremont Street Experience Downtown Las Vegas - The lights are bright above Downtown Las Vegas as the Fremont Street Experience dazzles and entertains nightly on Fremont street. The show is free and Downtown Las Vegas comes alive every half hour.

  • Coney Island Emporium at New York/New York Resort and Casino - Ride the roller coaster, beat your kid at laser tag or challenge a friend to racing at Daytona. The Coney Island Emporium at New York/New York Resort and Casino is huge and it is a great way to spend an afternoon.

  • Bonnie Springs Old Nevada - An old western town in Red Rock Canyon 16 miles west of Las Vegas with a motel, petting zoo, shops, activities and western shootouts.

  • Adventuredome Theme Park at Circus Circus - A place for the kids to play in Las Vegas can be found at Circus Circus. Adventuredome is a huge indoor theme park. A great way to have fun in Las Vegas, take a look. Adventuredome is open daily and has ticket prices to fit most budgets. You can buy a pass, a single ticket or a group of tickets.

  • A view from the Eiffel Tower - Take a look around Las Vegas from the top of the Eiffel Tower. On your way up you'll get a quick lesson on the construction of the tower and the Paris Las Vegas Resort.

  • Shark Reef Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay - With 1.6 million gallons of seawater they have the space to hold a good deal of sharks. These won't be after your money either like those at the card tables.

  • Circus Acts at Circus Circus - The Circus is in town every day at Circus Circus. High above the Casino, dazzle your eyes as the performers walk on the high wire, perform magic and make you laugh. The show happens at regular half-hour intervals throughout the day.

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