AdventuredomeOnly in Vegas could you find America's largest indoor theme park encased beneath a five-and-a-half-acre glass dome, complete with pink trim. The Adventuredome is exactly what its name suggests -- a thrill-seeker's delight
CSI: The ExperienceCalling all wannabe crime scene investigators: now's your chance to crack crimes like the ones seen on the hit TV show. The exhibit includes three crime scenes, two state-of-the-art labs and much more.
GondolaLocated in St. Mark's Square, the gondola ride is the Venetian's most popular attraction. So popular, in fact, that the Venetian had to hire more gondoliers to meet demand -- and it still sells out every day.
Grand CanyonGrand Canyon National Park is a natural wonder measuring one mile deep and about 280 miles long. Although several other canyons have been carved along the Colorado River, this area is the most spectacular.
Lake MeadLake Mead, the 16th largest man-made lake in the world and the largest man-made lake in the Western Hemisphere, offers year-round recreation: everything from boating to swimming to hiking to wildlife viewing.
M&M's WorldM&M's World delivers four stories of colorful fun to the Showcase Mall, offering a brilliant spectrum of the candy-coated treats and various items, including everything from T-shirts and caps to limited-edition lithographs.
Motion Rides at Circus Circus' AdventuredomeProduced by a crack team of filmmakers, animators and special effects wizards, the four-minute ReBoot the Ride is the latest film to take advantage of the popularity of the Internet.
Mount CharlestonMount Charleston (also known as Spring Mountain) is about 12,000 feet high, Nevada'a third-highest mountain peak. Its ski resorts and hiking trials make it a year-round getaway from Las Vegas.
Nevada Southern RailwayFun for all ages, visitors can ride an authentic train along the same tracks that once carried the cargo for the construction of Hoover Dam. The narration during the train ride offers fun facts about Boulder City and the Southwest desert.
Pinball Hall of FameFeaturing a total of 141 pinball machines, Pinball Hall of Fame features popular games from the 1950s through the 1990s. You'll also find popular retro arcade games like Tetris and Super Mario Brothers.
The Roller Coaster at New York-New YorkThis state-of-the-art roller coaster, located right on the Las Vegas Strip, incorporates high velocity and inversions, including a unique heartline twist and dive.