Things to do in Las Vegas
Things to do in Las Vegas
For those visiting Vegas longer than a weekend and interested in more than the wine, dine and party atmosphere of the Strip, have no fear. There’s plenty of things to do in Las Vegas to satiate any kind of thrill seekers. Be sure to check out our concierge services when booking with Suiteness to receive exclusive rates for all our Las Vegas activities.
Las Vegas Activities
Exotics Racing | Off Strip
With options ranging from Lamborghini, Ferrari, Mclaren, Aston Martin and a lot more Exotics Racing lets you race your dream car on a private circuit. Boasting of the world’s largest fleet of exotics, you can customize your own multi-car package for the day floor it. Wear out your thirst for exotics and speed with this unparalleled experience.
The Range 702 | The Strip
With an impressive arsenal, and the VIP option of a private hostess, restaurant and bar, The Range 702 will satisfy any gun enthusiast's needs. Oh, and did we mention this is Las Vegas' biggest indoor shooting range? You can also sign up for a day class or just fire away!
Las Vegas ATV Tours | Off Strip
Tour the multi-terrains of the Nellis Dunes in the great Las Vegas desert outdoors behind the wheel of a rugged ATV. Check out attractions outside of Las Vegas, like Las Vegas ATV Tours offering up to two and half hours of outdoors action, Hotel Pick up/return, lunch refreshments & gear (skip the open toe shoes PLEASE). Oh, and you won’t need a license or passport so everyone is good to go.
Sky Combat Ace | Off Strip
Become a pilot or man the guns of a combat plane while you soar over the Las Vegas desert. Sky Combat Ace lets you experience the thrill of being a fighter pilot by flying your very own stunt plane, allowing guests to choose from a number of packages that include test flights, aerobatics, and simulated combat. This is Las Vegas attractions at their best.
Maverick Tours | Off Strip
Just as the suggestion reads, our partners at Maverick Tours will give you the experience of a lifetime. With the option to tour the grandeur of the Grand Canyon or the awe-striking skyline of Las Vegas by helicopter. Whichever you choose, this is a breathtaking experience that is hard to miss, and hard to top. Contact our concierge services once your booking is confirmed, and we'll help schedule your tour.
Las Vegas Limo Services | The Strip
Party it up on the strip, shop ‘til you drop, catch a quick show, or impress your friends. Our partners at AWG Ambassador set you up with an exclusive selection of cars and limousines with your own private driver. After all, It’s Vegas, and if you’re doing Vegas, do it right.
Dig This | Off Strip
Drive a bulldozer, yes, a big tractor that lets you well...bulldoze things. Dig This lets customers get behind the wheel of either a bulldozer or a tractor. You don't need any experience with heavy machinery. Just listen to a quick safety and equipment demonstration, and it's off to the adult sandbox, so you can dig a giant hole, make a big dirt mound and even climb over said mound. This is Vegas, enough said.
Red Rock Canyon | Off Strip
Be sure to hydrate and eat well at breakfast time, Red Rock Canyon is one of the most popular spots in the Southwest U.S. Safe to say, it'll be more of a challenge than drunkenly climbing into your hotel bed every other night. Or equally as challenging for some...Either way, this is an awesome experience to be had. The canyon is known for its unique rock formations and the fiery colors that blanket the desert landscape. This is a trail for the adventurous traveler, so tread at your own pace and again, remember to hydrate.
Voodoo Zipline | The Strip
For some thrills that won't require leaving the Strip, check out Voodoo Zipline at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. This crazy zipline lets you fly across The Strip from the 50-story Masquerade tower at the VooDoo Lounge, toward the 20-story Ipanema tower, more than 800 feet above ground.
Goldstrike Hot Spring | Off Strip
One of the coolest experiences in Las Vegas, the Goldstrike Hot Springs can be found little ways from the Hoover Damm site, at Goldstrike Canyon. There are numerous hot springs in the area, so you don't have to worry about overcrowded waters. However, do keep in mind that the springs' temperatures will change with the season, so we probably wouldn't recommend visiting the springs if you're visiting Las Vegas in the summer.
The Neon Museum | The Strip
Also known as the Neon Boneyard, this is essentially a place where the great big signs of Las Vegas go to die. Of course this being Vegas, an attraction has been made of it. Visitors to the museum can schedule guided tours and visit a number of legendary old signs, long retired and replaced by more modern signs. You'll find all manner of things, from weird neon sign giants to more historically known ones. Yes, this is about as weird an activity as you can find, but plenty amusing and worth a visit.