With so much to do in Vegas, it can be easy to get lost in choosing which activities to do. From betting in casinos and dancing at clubs to appreciating art and exploring the great outdoors, our city has a lot to offer. Follow this Las Vegas bucket list to check off the top 50 things to do in and around the city to have the most memorable Vegas experience of your life. And if you can’t do it all in one trip, that’s just a reason to come back for more!
Test your fear of heights with SlotZilla, the most popular zipline experience in Vegas.
Bring some quarters and bet on mechanical horses. The D has the only remaining Sigma Derby game in the city.
The Neon Museum is a must-see attraction that showcases historical Las Vegas signs and art pieces.
Check out some amazing art throughout Downtown that was featured at Burning Man and Life is Beautiful music & arts festival.
Win big and gamble at the best casinos in Las Vegas.
Walk around First Friday, a monthly street festival that celebrates local art, music, food, and community.
Take a free photo at Binion’s Casino holding one million dollars in cash.
Drop down 30 feet on the Golden Nugget’s one-of-a-kind waterslide and rush through their $30 million shark tank.
Las Vegas is all about indulgence, so why not eat a donut the size of your face at Donut Bar?
Toss back a few beers and learn more about Banger Brewing’s homegrown microbrewery.
LONGBAR at the D spans 1,300 square feet and features great drinks from flair bartenders.
Get dressed up to see the Las Vegas Philharmonic and the Nevada Ballet Theatre, along with many other shows, perform on the Smith Center stage.
Sing along to your favorite artists at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center (DLVEC).
Enjoy some delightfully odd food pairings while you stroll around Container Park, an open-air shopping mall made entirely out of shipping containers.
At the Mob Museum, you can catch a glimpse of organized crime in Vegas and the impact it had on the city.
Stare in awe as colorful visuals fill Viva Vision (the world’s largest video screen) on Fremont Street.
Hit up Gold Spike’s Backyard to play a giant (literally over-sized) game of beer pong or Jenga.
Book a room in one of the original 10 Las Vegas hotel rooms that date back to 1906. These rooms welcomed railroad men, starlets, mobsters, and now you.
Dance the night away at the top clubs in Vegas like XS and Omnia.
A trip to Vegas isn’t complete without an Insta-worthy photo op in front of the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada” sign.
The Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo is a habitat for exotic birds, including pink flamingos and other birds from around the world.
Take in the sights and ride the people-movers that ascend and descend at 39-degree angles along the corners of the pyramid at the Luxor Hotel & Casino.
Visit the Strat to experience the rides that give you a great view of the city and make your heart race.
You don’t necessarily have to tie the knot, but check out Little White Wedding Chapel – a Las Vegas wedding monument.
See the Las Vegas skyline from above within the comfort of your own car on the Linq’s High Roller observation wheel.
Find your way through the Cosmopolitan to a not-so-secret pizza shop serving amazing New York-style slices.
If you’re a Beatles fan, check out Beatles Love by Cirque du Soleil at the Mirage for a magical experience.
Enjoy the iconic water spectacle at Bellagio Las Vegas that includes cannons of water shooting hundreds of feet into the air.
View world-famous artworks from artists like Monet, Rembrandt, and Andy Warhol at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.
Stop and smell the roses at the Bellagio’s 14,000 square foot Conservatory & Botanical Garden.
Shop luxury brands and enjoy fine dining within the Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes.
Float along the grand canal and feel the romance in the air as your gondolier serenades you.
Celebrate and cheer on with the locals as the Vegas Golden Knights conquer the ice at the T-Mobile arena.
Watch fireballs shoot into the air as the Mirage’s volcano erupts once every hour from 6-11pm.
Get your heart racing on the Big Apple Coaster as it twists and drops around New York-New York Hotel & Casino.
Las Vegas may be a desert, but that doesn’t stop it from having a jaw-dropping aquarium full of sharks, sting rays, and sea turtles that you can look at and even feed!
Whether you want a raging pool party or a quiet lazy river float, Las Vegas has the most luxurious pools you can experience.
Get away from the chaos of the strip by hiking or kayaking to the best hot springs Vegas has to offer.
Drive 10 miles out of Las Vegas to arrive at the beautifully colored art-installation, Seven Magic Mountains, that’s made of giant boulders.
Take in the spectacular view of the world-famous Hoover Dam as it stands 890 feet above the Colorado River.
As Sin City sleeps, start your day by experiencing the gorgeous desert views at sunrise in a hot air balloon.
Feel your adrenaline rush as you zipline across Bootleg Canyon at all times of the day – and even at night!
Get your fill of every kind of outdoor activity – boating, kayaking, horseback riding – at Lake Mead.
Hike through Red Rock Canyon, one of the most beautiful spots outside of the city!
Rather than look at the Colorado River from above, experience it firsthand with an exciting kayaking tour.
Get down and dirty on an epic ATV tour that takes you through the trails of Lake Mead and the Colorado River.
Experience the Grand Canyon like you never have before by hopping in a chopper and flying across the desert sky.
Even though Las Vegas is most well-known for its wild nightlife and gambling, there are so many more activities to add to your itinerary. Next time you take a trip out to Sin City, make sure to look at this Las Vegas bucket list and have the time of your life experiencing the top 50 things to do in Vegas. Book your room or suite at the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino today!