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turns, 20-de­gree banked turns and 60 feet of to­tal el­e­va­tion change. You’ve never had a bet­ter ex­cuse to burn some rub­ber! 14200 S Las Ve­gas Blvd., 888.979.7236. STRATO­SPHERE TOWER— Fea­tures Amer­ica’s tallest freestanding tower with in­door and out­door ob­ser­va­tion decks. The tower houses SkyJump, X-Scream, In­san­ity, and the Big Shot, all open Su-Th, 10 am-1 am and F-Sa un­til 2 am. Ad­mis­sion to the tower is $20; or, see it with the all-day rides pass (SkyJump a sep­a­rate price) for $39.95. Strato­sphere, 702.383.5210.

NEW TOPGOLF— A four-level food, entertainment and sport­ing play­house, this at­trac­tion and golfer’s par­adise fea­tures 108 cli­mate-con­trolled hit­ting bays on three lev­els, five bar ex­pe­ri­ences, a menu of chef-driven cre­ations, two pools, pri­vate ca­banas and oh-so much more. The panoramic view of the Strip makes for an even more un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ence. Open Su-Th, 8 am-2 am; F-Sa, 8 am- 4 am. 702.933.8458.

NEW TOP SHOT— Learn and train to shoot real guns in a live, re­al­is­tic, im­mer­sive fa­cil­ity com­plete with moving tar­gets, 360¬∞ en­vi­ron­ments and an as­sort­ment of prac­tice gun ranges, in­clud­ing laser shoot­ing, im­mer­sion train­ing rooms and an in­ter­ac­tive shoot house. 3084 S. High­land Drive, Suite C, Las Ve­gas, NV 89109, 702.478.8550. VE­GAS IN­DOOR SKY­DIV­ING— Ex­pe­ri­ence sky­div­ing within a ver­ti­cal wind tun­nel, with air speeds up to 120 mph, sim­u­lat­ing the free-fall of sky­div­ing.

Must be height/weight pro­por­tion­ate. Open daily from 9:45 am-8 pm. Pack­ages start­ing at $75. 200 Con­ven­tion Cen­ter Drive, 702.731.4768. THE VE­GAS MA­CHINE GUN EX­PE­RI­ENCE— Se­lect a gun from your fa­vorite movie or video game, throw-down with friends in a 3-gun chal­lenge or shoot the weapons the Se­cret Ser­vice do. M-Sa, 9 am- 6:30 pm; Su, 11 am- 4:30 pm. Ask about free shut­tle ser­vice. 3084 S. High­land Drive, 702.567.1158. BEL­LA­GIO GALLERY OF FINE ART— Now on view: “Town and Coun­try: From De­gas to Pi­casso,” in which towns trans­form into so­phis­ti­cated and mys­te­ri­ous ur­ban cities, coun­try­side vil­lages into pic­turesque, serene land­scapes in 47 paint­ings, prints, draw­ings and photographs. Open daily from 10 am-8 pm; last ad­mis­sion at 7:30 pm. $16; chil­dren 12 and younger are free. Bel­la­gio, 702.693.7871.

BOUL­DER CITY/HOOVER DAM MU­SEUM— The story of the Boul­der Dam (now Hoover Dam) project gleaned through the ac­counts of the men and women who trav­eled to the Las Ve­gas val­ley for its con­struc­tion. The col­lec­tions, lo­cated at the Boul­der Dam Ho­tel (which is on the Na­tional Reg­is­ter of His­toric Places), fea­tures a wealth of per­sonal items from these set­tlers. Open M-Sa, 10 am-5 pm. $2 adults, $1 chil­dren and stu­dents. Boul­der Dam Ho­tel, 702.294.1988. MADAME TUSSAUDS LAS VE­GAS— Rub el­bows with your fa­vorite stars—among the Las Ve­gas line-up are Katy Perry, Bradley Cooper, San­dra Bul­lock, Mi-

chael Jack­son, Nicki Mi­naj and Elvis. Open daily at 10 am. Call for pric­ing. The Vene­tian, 702.862.7800. THE MOB MU­SEUM— See the thrilling story of or­ga­nized crime and law en­force­ment, with one-ofa-kind ar­ti­facts, ex­hibits on the legacy of the Mob, myths de­bunked and an in-depth look at mob­sters in Sin City. Daily from 10 am-7 pm. $25 adults; $17 chil­dren ages 11-17. 300 Ste­wart Ave., 702.229.2734.

NE­VADA STATE RAIL­ROAD MU­SEUM— Dis­cover rail­road car dis­plays and ride the very rails the Boul­der Branch Line took to the Boul­der Dam (now Hoover Dam) project in the 1930s. Trains de­part for 35 minute rides ev­ery Sa-Su at 10 am, 11:30 am, 1 pm and 2:30 pm. $10 adults, $5 chil­dren 4-11 years old; chil­dren 3 years and un­der are free. Mu­seum pavil­ion is open M-F, 8:30 am-2:30 pm; Sa-Su, 8:30 am-3:30 pm. 601 Yucca St., 702.486.5933. OLD LAS VE­GAS MOR­MON FORT— Re­counts the his­tory of Mor­mon mis­sion­ar­ies, who built an adobe fort along Las Ve­gas Creek in 1855. Open Tu-Sa, 8 am- 4:30 pm. $1 per per­son over the age of 12.­gas-mor­mon-fort. 500 E. Wash­ing­ton Ave. 702.486.3511.

NEW REAL BOD­IES— A pow­er­ful ex­hi­bi­tion that of­fers unique per­spec­tives on hu­man anatomy and its im­por­tance to world cul­tures, as well as the emo­tional ex­pres­sion em­bed­ded in each of our phys­i­o­log­i­cal func­tions. You’ll never look at your body the same way again. Open daily from 10 am. $24.95; ages 3-12, $15. Bally’s, 702.777.2782

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