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The Mob Museum named Best Las Vegas Attraction

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Winning attraction was also voted one of the best history museums in the U.S.

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  • The Mob Museum

    The Mob Museum

    The National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement, or the Mob Museum for short, documents the darker side of American history by examining the effect organized crime has had on society. Exhibits cover the Prohibition era, organized crime today, forensic lab techniques and law enforcement methods.
    Photo courtesy of The Mob Museum

  • Fremont Street Experience

    Fremont Street Experience

    Old Las Vegas is new again at the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown. This five-block entertainment district is home to the world’s largest video screen, as well as nine casinos, an 850-foot zipline, more than 60 restaurants and retail locations and free nightly entertainment.
    Photo courtesy of Fremont Street Experience

  • High Roller

    High Roller

    The World’s Tallest Observation Wheel soars 550 feet above the Las Vegas Strip, offering some of the best views of the city from above. Riders on the High Roller enjoy a 30-minute revolution aboard one of 28 cabins.
    Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment Corporation

  • Vegas Indoor Skydiving

    Vegas Indoor Skydiving

    The Vertical Wind Tunnel at Vegas Indoor Skydiving lets visitors experience the thrill of bodyflight without having to jump out of an airplane. Each session includes a safety briefing, all necessary gear and time in the tunnel with an experienced instructor
    Photo courtesy of Vegas Indoor Skydiving

  • The Neon Museum

    The Neon Museum

    The modernization of Las Vegas has led to the decommissioning of many an iconic neon sign. The Neon Museum was founded in 1996 to collect and preserve these cultural relics. Visitors can see the Neon Boneyard – filled with more than 200 historic signs – on an hour-long guided tour.
    Photo courtesy of Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau

  • Fountains of Bellagio

    Fountains of Bellagio

    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.
    Photo courtesy of Bellagio

  • Dig This Las Vegas

    Dig This Las Vegas

    Dig This Las Vegas has a five-acre site where visitors can push, pull, dig and lift behind the controls of an excavator, bulldozer or skid steel track loader. Thirty-minute Aggression Sessions let guests crush a car with a 30,000-pound Caterpillar excavator.
    Photo courtesy of Dig This Las Vegas

  • Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

    Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

    The Bellagio is home to not one but two of the best free attractions in Las Vegas. 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. The Bellagio’s Fountains are one of Las Vegas’ most photogenic attractions, wowing crowds several times a day with a musically synchronized water dance.
    Photo courtesy of Bellagio

  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway

    Las Vegas Motor Speedway

    Whether or not it’s race day, there’s always something going on at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Car enthusiasts can hop behind the wheel of an exotic or race car for a spin around the track, or ride along at triple-digit speeds with the NASCAR/Andretti Racing Experience.
    Photo courtesy of Sam Morris/Las Vegas News Bureau

  • Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

    Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

    You don’t have to fly all the way to Paris to visit the Eiffel Tower. The Vegas version offers a viewing deck 46 stories above The Strip. The half-scale replica also has its own nighttime light show every 30 minutes once the sun goes down.
    Photo courtesy of Sam Morris/Las Vegas News Bureau

  • The Mob Museum
  • Fremont Street Experience
  • High Roller
  • Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  • The Neon Museum
  • Fountains of Bellagio
  • Dig This Las Vegas
  • Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway
  • Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

There’s more to Las Vegas than gambling and shows. In fact, you could easily enjoy a fun-filled trip to Sin City without ever stepping foot on a casino floor.

The top 10 winners in the category Best Las Vegas Attraction are as follows:

  1. The Mob Museum
  2. Fremont Street Experience
  3. High Roller
  4. Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  5. The Neon Museum
  6. Fountains of Bellagio
  7. Dig This Las Vegas
  8. Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
  9. Las Vegas Motor Speedway
  10. Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

Congratulations to all these winning attractions!

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