vibrant and dynamic character of Las Vegas

Neon Boneyard: – Las Vegas has a Neon Boneyard, a unique museum that serves as the final resting place for iconic neon signs from famous casinos and hotels

Lake Mead's Underwater Ghost Town: – With the construction of the Hoover Dam, the town of St. Thomas was submerged beneath Lake Mead. During periods of low water levels, the remnants of this ghost town become visible, offering a surreal glimpse into the past.

The Volcano at The Mirage: – The Mirage is home to a spectacular artificial volcano that erupts nightly on the Las Vegas Strip. This iconic show combines fire, water, and music, creating a mesmerizing display visible from various vantage points.

Weddings Galore: – Often referred to as the "Wedding Capital of the World," Las Vegas hosts an average of 300 weddings per day. Couples can tie the knot in a wide range of venues, from chapels to extravagant resorts

The High Roller Observation Wheel: – Standing at 550 feet tall, the High Roller observation wheel at The LINQ is the world's tallest observation wheel


The "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" Sign: – The iconic neon sign that reads "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" was designed by Betty Willis in 1959. Interestingly, it's located just outside the city limits in the unincorporated town of Paradise.

Mob Museum: – Las Vegas is home to the Mob Museum, officially known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement.