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Las Vegas caters to visitors of all ages and interests. No matter who’s in your group, the city has bucket-list attractions you won’t want to miss.
While Las Vegas may be known for its casinos and nightlife, there’s still plenty for families to do together in this desert paradise!
Start your day at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, where the whole family can check out robotic dinosaurs, an Egyptian mummy exhibit, and massive fossils. Afterward, head to the Discovery Children’s Museum just a few blocks away. Hands-on science exhibits like the wind tunnel will keep kids engaged for hours.
Looking for a photo op the kids will love? Make your way to the famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign to capture this iconic shot with the city skyline in the background. While you’re in the area, ride to the top of the High Roller observation wheel – at 550 feet, it’s the tallest in the world!
Wrap up your family-friendly adventures at the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens , where imaginative displays made from thousands of fresh blooms change with the seasons. Be sure to catch the majestic Bellagio fountains show just outside when it’s time to go.
On your inaugural visit to Sin City, a charter bus tour is the best way to knock out all the essential experiences! We’ll chauffeur your group down the neon-soaked Las Vegas Strip to see the dancing fountains at Bellagio, the Eiffel Tower replica outside Paris Las Vegas, and replicas of Venice canals and an Egyptian pyramid.
Of course, no first Las Vegas visit is complete without a stop at Fremont Street , where you can snap selfies under the iconic video canopy and maybe even catch a free concert. While you’re downtown, check out the Neon Museum to see preserved relics from classic Vegas hotel signs and marquees.
A charter bus is the most convenient transportation option to experience the top Las Vegas highlights, as parking and navigating congested streets can be difficult for first-timers.
Wine & Beer Connoisseurs
Did you know Las Vegas has a thriving craft beer scene? The city boasted over 20 breweries as of 2019. Beer lovers visiting Sin City will want to visit top taprooms like Hop Nuts Brewing, Big Dog’s Brewing Company, and the massive Ellis Island Casino & Brewery which brews on-site.
Oenophiles also have plenty of options when it comes to sipping vino in Las Vegas – there are urban wineries like Grape Expectations and Las Vegas Winery producing wines right in the heart of the city. For a unique experience, head to The Underground – a prohibition-style speakeasy with an extensive wine list and handcrafted cocktails.
With a charter bus as your designated driver, you and your group can responsibly enjoy Las Vegas’ craft beverages to the fullest!
Caesars Palace is home to the Colosseum, where music icons like Elton John and Janet Jackson regularly perform. Sports fanatics will also want to catch exciting sporting events at two major Las Vegas venues.
Allegiant Stadium is where the Raiders football team plays its home games, while the T-Mobile Arena hosts the NHL’s Las Vegas Knights. Catching a game at either stadium is a must for sports lovers!
Avoid the nightmare of stadium parking and ride to the big game in a charter bus. Our drivers are pros at navigating congested roads around major sporting events.
A culinary adventure awaits in Las Vegas, where celebrity chefs like Wolfgang Puck, Gordon Ramsay, and Bobby Flay all have restaurants along the Strip. Get your group’s fill of exquisite eats at restaurants like Puck’s Spago and Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen.
You can’t visit Vegas without indulging in an all-you-can-eat buffet either – the ones at Caesar’s Palace, The Bellagio, and The Cosmopolitan are local favorites. And don’t miss the opportunity for an \”only in Vegas\” dining experience like dinner and a show at medieval times-themed Medieval Times or a 1950s throwback meal at The Eatwell.
How to Get Around Las Vegas
With so many attractions spread out across the Las Vegas metro area, you need to strategize how your group will travel between sights, hotels, and entertainment venues. Here are some of the most popular options for navigating Las Vegas:
The Las Vegas Monorail provides convenient transportation up and down the Strip, with stops at many major hotels and casinos like Harrah’s, The LINQ, and MGM Grand. One-way tickets are $5 per person, or you can buy 1- to 3-day unlimited ride passes.
The system only covers the Strip and downtown areas, so it has limited usefulness for attractions elsewhere in the city. It also stops running around 2am, well before closing time for most Vegas nightlife.
Taxis and Rideshares
These are readily available options for spur-of-the-moment trips. However, you may face surge pricing and long wait times during peak hours when everyone else has the same idea to grab a ride. With a charter bus, you already have private transportation ready and waiting.
A charter bus rental ensures door-to-door service between Las Vegas attractions, with plenty of room for your whole group to travel together in comfort. No waiting for rideshares or public transportation – your bus will be there according to the precise schedule you set.
You can even party worry-free, as your charter comes with a professional driver. For larger groups, a fleet of multiple buses makes it easy to explore Las Vegas at your own pace.
Ready to Get Started?
We hope this intro guide gets you pumped for your Las Vegas getaway! When you’re ready to start planning, call Charter Bus Company Las Vegas at 702-273-3157 for a free quote on group transportation. Our team will help you build a custom Vegas itinerary and reserve a charter bus rental to match.