There is much more to Las Vegas than gambling and partying. Just because you are someone who doesn’t like to try his luck at a casino, or is not interested in the standard entertainment shows, it doesn’t mean that Las Vegas has to be boring for you. In this post, we are sharing a few experiences that are worth exploring in The Entertainment Capital of the World.

Get ‘marveled’ at Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.

The Marvel Avengers Station Las Vegas is basically a museum that’s dedicated to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. From checking out props and costumes used in the Avengers movies, to interactive & virtual reality experiences, there is just too much to explore here. The attraction is opened all seven days of the week between 10 am and 10 pm, and you need to have at least two to three hours to soak in the experience.

Experience The Mob Museum

Officially called the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, the Mob Museum is a unique place to visit. If you are fascinated by the world of organized crime, this could be an incredible journey of learning. There is also something called the ‘firearm training simulator’, which allows you to test your skills. There is an admission fee for this museum. Parents need to exercise discretion as far as taking kids are concerned, because some contents can be disturbing.

Make time for Fremont Street

For many frequent visitors, Fremont Street is more like an older alternative of The Strip. This is a pedestrian-only area, with plenty of restaurants, shops, cafés, clubs and bars, and things don’t have to cost a fortune. You will also see a lot of street performers and even look-alikes of your favorite celebs, who will happily pose with you for a few bucks. The crown here is amazing, and if you really want to experience the beauty of Fremont Street, consider ziplining that’s an experience right on top of the busy street. 

Catch a show

No matter whether you are a fan of music, dancing or magic, Las Vegas has enough entertainment shows to keep you hooked, even on weekdays. Some of the best shows include O by Cirque du Soleil and Magic Mike, but do check in advance and book your tickets.

Think beyond the glamorous casinos and expensive hotels – Las Vegas is more than that, and you will find no dearth of options on a given day!