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http://www.scenic.com | Forget overpriced food and sold-out shows. Explore non-traditional attractions nearby and on the Vegas Strip, including ghost towns, morbid museums, and aerial tours of the Grand Canyon.
Also known as the Neon Boneyard, the Neon Museum of Las Vegas gives a colorful
interpretation of the city’s history. As the Strip transformed over the years, iconic neon
signs gave way to modern LCD screens. Many of the displaced neon signs now call the
museum home, and visitors can stop by and revisit 150+ of the most memorable signs
from Las Vegas’s vibrant past. Ranging from the 1930s to the present day, signs include
gems from Caesars Palace, Binion's Horseshow, the Golden Nugget, and the Stardust.
THE NEON MUSEUM
Hidden on the third floor of
the Cosmopolitan Hotel &
Casino, Secret Pizza is a tiny,
New York-style pizzeria.
There’s no sign, hence the
name, but during peak hours
the line snaking out the door is
the perfect hint. You can order
a slice to eat at their counter
while listening to tunes by
Frank Sinatra and Elvis, or
order a fresh pie to be
delivered to your room.
S E C R E T P I Z Z A
T H E M O B M U S E U M
Located two blocks away from the Fremont Street Experience in downtown, the Mob
Museum shows a seedier side of Las Vegas’s history. With interactive exhibits, theater
presentations, photos, and countless artifacts, visitors will see the secrets of famous gangsters
including Al Capone, Whitey Bulger, and John Gotti. You’ll also learn how deeply Las Vegas
was influenced by organized criminals, such as Bugsy Siegel, who famously developed one of
the first properties on the Las Vegas Strip – the Flamingo Casino.
The Circus Circus Hotel’s
Adventuredome is America’s
largest indoor theme park,
nestled right on the Vegas
Strip. The park features
thrill rides and carnival rides
alike, plus mini golf, laser
tag, bumper cars, rock
climbing, clown shows, and
much more. Though the
Adventuredome is indoors,
the five-and-a-half acre space
is enclosed by pink glass
panes that let in plenty of
natural light, for fun in the
sun no matter the season.
T H E A D V E N T U R E D O M E
A T C I R C U S C I R C U S
G R A N D C A N Y O N : B I R D ’ S - E Y E V I E W
While you’re in town, set aside a day to enjoy a Grand Canyon tour from Scenic
Airlines! Las Vegas is located only a few short hours from America’s most
majestic attraction. Enjoy a helicopter ride along the rim of the Grand Canyon
and down to the Colorado River floor for a pontoon boat ride. After firsthand
views of the top edge and bottom depths of the Grand Canyon, you'll board a
coach for stops at Eagle Point and Guano Point, giving you the chance to explore
one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World on your own time.
Slotzilla lets vacationers
experience Las Vegas
from new heights –
twelve stories in the air!
The slot machine-
themed zip line takes
riders from one end of
the Fremont Street
Experience to the other,
for spectacular views of
the action below. Use
the bird’s-eye view of
the party on Fremont
Street to plan which
casino you’ll visit next.
S L O T Z I L L A
L O C A L G H O S T T O W N S
Nevada is known for its “wild west” past, including several ghost towns within driving
distance of Las Vegas:
• Chloride, Arizona is an old mining town under two hours from Vegas by car.
Visitors have the chance to see an old west show in the center of town.
• Oatman, Arizona was once known as a thriving gold rush town. Visitors are invited
to come by in the summer for showdowns and gun fights on Main Street.
Miles of scenic desert landscape surround Las Vegas, and the Springs Preserve gives
an up-close look at native flora and fauna. Part botanical garden, museum, and
outdoor concert venue, the preserve is a lush oasis for visitors to enjoy. Stroll or hike
all 180 acres to identify local plants, access educational experiences, and more.
T H E S P R I N G S P R E S E R V E
Scenic is the largest and most experienced aerial tour
operator in the world. Started in 1967, the company
showcases the most impressive landscapes of the
Southwest’s beautiful National Parks, specializing in
Grand Canyon air tours. Scenic also develops
customized airplane tours for groups, companies, or
Your vacation begins now. To book your adventure,
visit http://www.scenic.com, or call (800) 634-6801.
Slide 2 “Neon Boneyard” by Kory Westerhold (CC BY 2.0), via Flickr
Slide 4 “Wall of Mobsters at the Mob Museum” by Kremerbi (Own work)
(CC BY-SA 3.0), via Wikimedia Commons
Slide 5 “july 2010 vegas etc 044” by Tim (Timothy) Pearce (CC BY 2.0), via
Flickr Creative Commons
Slide 7 “Slotzilla, Fremont Street” by brownpau (CC BY 2.0), via Flickr
Slide 8 “Old gas station in the living ghost town of Chloride, Arizona” by
Kevin Cole (CC BY 2.0), via Flickr Creative Commons
Slide 9 “Springs Preserve” by Smart Destinations (CC BY-SA 2.0), via Flickr