Travel & Outdoors
Artists and other creative types have created The Las Vegas Arts District in the neighborhood known as 18b. This eclectic neighborhood features arts, food, historic buildings redesigned and offers a feel of Las Vegas combining the past of the neighborhood with the 21st century.
There’s something magical about playing basketball outside on a hot summer’s evening at a well-maintained and accessible court. When the lights come on, the magic begins, and thoughts of fitness and exercise fly away as you jump, dribble and shoot some hoops.
Too hot to hit the park? Venture inside to one of these cool indoor playgrounds.
Here’s a look at five Las Vegas neighborhoods worth venturing off-Strip for.
Before you book your next Vegas vacation, check out these luxurious Las Vegas resorts that offer complimentary breakfast to select guests when they stay in a certain type of room or purchase a certain type of package.
A long weekend in Las Vegas can be a real whirlwind. Enjoy your time with these suggestions.
Summertime means barbecue season, and the greater Las Vegas area is lucky enough to have numerous parks with grills to be used by picnickers who are enjoying a day outdoors.
Roller coasters, the Disk ‘O and bumper cars are just a few of the rides awaiting you at the temperature-controlled Adventuredome at Circus Circus Las Vegas.
Gambling and drinking aren’t the only excitement you’ll find in Las Vegas. Adventure and thrills can be found all around Las Vegas this summer.
If you have a lively brood of children, or are looking to entertain guests visiting from elsewhere, there are quite a few interesting experiences that can be enjoyed, rain or shine. Some are best on drizzly days while all can be enjoyed despite the rain or heat.