There are plenty of places to spend plenty of money in Vegas. These aren't any of those places. These are the spots where you can have tons of fun without ever opening your wallet. Watch water dance in a fountain show that's as exquisitely choreographed as a professional ballet. Or lights that fly to music above your head on the world's largest LED screen. You can even witness the fall of Atlantis, see a volcano erupt and tour a chocolate factory in one afternoon. Plus you can do it all without ever buying a ticket. Priceless.
Free Attractions in Las Vegas
Crafted by a team of 100 horticulturalists, the Bellagio's conservatory features elegant, elaborate arrangements of plants and flowers in its bright, airy atrium.
CBS Television City Research Center
Ever thought you could do the job of a network executive, deciding which shows are put on the air and which ones end up in the waste bin? The network jobs are hard to come by, but you can weigh in on the decision-making process by letting your opinions be known at the CBS Television City Research Center at MGM Grand.
Circus Acts at Circus Circus
Jugglers, unicyclists, trapeze artists and acrobats perform death-defying stunts and exciting acts every half-hour at the World's Largest Permanent Circus.
Ethel M Chocolate Factory
Ethel M Chocolates panders to the sweet tooth in all of us. Located seven miles from the Strip, its free admission entices us to the factory, through which many a visitor goes for a behind-the-scenes look at the candy-making (and tasting) process.
Fall of Atlantis at Caesars
No civilization put on a greater spectacle than ancient Rome, and now you have a chance to witness the glory for yourself at Caesars Palace's Fall of Atlantis.
Fountains of Bellagio
Every evening, a water and music show plays again and again in the spectacular fountains filling the quarter-mile-long lake in front of the Bellagio.
Hershey's Chocolate World
Satisfy your sweet tooth and learn more about Hershey's Chocolate in this sweet two-story attraction. There's a bakery counter, pleanty of Hershey's Chocolate products and souvenirs, plus an 800-pound chocolate replica of the Statue of Liberty.
Liberace and the Art of Costume
"Too Much of a Good Thing Is Wonderful: Liberace and the Art of Costume" is a temporary exhibit at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas that showcases the costumes, personal and professional artifacts of the legendary entertainer.
M&M's World may be the most delicious attraction in Vegas. And judging by its scores of visitors, M&M's World must be doing something right.
Marjorie Barrick Museum
With displays of Western culture, desert life and the history of ancient Mexico, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Natural History is both educational and vibrant.
P3 Studio at the Cosmopolitan
P3 Studio on the third floor of The Cosmopolitan features contemporary artists from around the world creating interactive installations as part of an innovative artist-in-residence program.
The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian adds a little 'Streetmosphere' to the shopping experience, providing fun and entertainment for all that visit.
Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo
The Flamingo's brilliant neon sign is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable on the Strip. And visitors can take a closer look at the creatures who inspired the bright display at the hotel-casino's very own wildlife habitat.