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    Volcano at the Mirage

    The original curb-side Vegas attraction, the Mirage’s Volcano still roars to life regularly each evening, thrilling crowds with fireballs, “lava,” and scented smoke. Stand close enough, and you feel the heat from the fireballs. 

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    Wynn's Lake of Dreams

    The classy Wynn Las Vegas might seem like it’s too refined for a free show, but there’s a fittingly upscale show at Wynn, Lake of Dreams. This short, surreal show (including singing frogs) isn’t visible from the street, making Lake of Dreams virtually crowd-free. 

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    Stratosphere Tower

    The Stratosphere Tower is the tallest observation deck west of the Mississippi, but because the Strat is in Las Vegas, its record-breaking height isn’t enough. Thrill rides adorn the top of the building, giving adrenaline junkies everywhere the chance to be dangled and spun around while 1,000 feet above the ground.

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    Bellagio Conservatory

    The intricately designed floral displays at the Bellagio’s Conservatory fill the space all the way to the glass and metal roof, which looks like it belongs someplace with a much longer history than Vegas. It’s surprising to find this small horticultural oasis in a casino, but it’s a good surprise.

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    Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

    Famous for decades, the 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip attracts so many visitors that it now has its own parking lot. This iconic sign has come to represent Las Vegas in a way no other attraction can duplicate.

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    Palazzo Atrium Display

    Waterfalls and carefully cultivated greenery are often complemented with living statues at the Palazzo’s Atrium Display. The display changes with the seasons, and each new display presents a beautiful arrangement of flowers, greenery, and water features, creating a spot designed to bring out your inner photographer.

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    Fremont Street Experience & Viva Vision Light Show

    Neon never had it so good at the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas. Here Old Vegas has been given a facelift, and the gigantic overhead light show, Viva Vision, has a five-block long canopy to display its fancy graphics. The result: a flashy, non-stop block party, with a lot of Elvises. 

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    Canals and Gondolas at Venetian

    No reproduction of Venice would be complete without canals and gondolas, and the Venetian Las Vegas wouldn’t dream of depriving its guests of such vital details. Naturally, to go with the canals, there are also gondola rides, which come complete with singing gondoliers to serenade you as you float by St. Mark’s Square.

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    Bellagio Fountains

    The Bellagio’s Fountains are one of Las Vegas’ most photogenic attractions, wowing crowds several times a day with a musically synchronized water dance. No matter how many times you’ve seen the fountains, those swaying, shooting waters are still mesmerizing.

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    Gold and Silver Pawn Shop

    Not many pawn shops attract crowds of visitors, but the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, made famous via the reality TV show that shot the Harrison family to fame, is a notable exception. This downtown store often has a line to get inside and have a look at the store’s eclectic collection of things for sale.

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