Vegas at night time

Vegas at night is an unbelievable blaze of neon, bright lights and also not a very quiet place. There are so many things to do, starting with the obvious casinos if you’re over 21. The Bellagio and Caesars are well-known choice that very much live up to their reputations as gigantic gambling palaces full of roulette wheels, slot machines, poker and blackjack tables, and all the drinks you can imagine. Most casinos allow slacks and uncollared shirts under a jacket, but plan ahead as you won’t get in anywhere with flip flops. Casinos aside, Vegas is packed full of shows that the whole family can see, and others that little ones may not appreciate so much.


Magic and comedy are two really popular genres if you're looking for a show you can see all together, and the hilarious Blue Man Group are a good one to consider. Planet Hollywood also does an adorable Comedy Pet Theatre that kids will love, and Excalibur is a resort which does medieval dinner to keep them entertained while you eat. If you're walking around at night, you're generally pretty safe if you stay on the south side of Encore towards the Palazzo and Madame Tussauds.


Of course, you should always watch out for pickpockets when you're in a crowded area, but if you take all the normal precautions you most likely won't be treated to a different kind of disappearing act. If you're on a budget, Vegas is still full of many activities you can check out for a few dollars or for free. You don't even have to go into the Bellagio to appreciate it's awesome fountains, and sometimes you'll simply come across funny or quirky street performers. Catch a photo with these guys for a small tip and or see how many Elvis you can take a selfie with!

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