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AR­CADE CITY

FOOD & FUN

Known for its play card sys­tem, de­li­cious food and drink and fun se­lec­tion of games and prizes. Open daily at 11:30 am. 3200 S. Las Ve­gas Blvd., 725.777.0940. www.ar­cadecity.com

AXEHOLE

The whole fam­ily can learn how to throw an axe. Party pack­ages and one- hour throw­ing ses­sions are avail­able, as are up­graded ses­sions. Reser­va­tions re­quired. 450 Fre­mont St., Ste. 163, 702.776.7640. www. ax­e­holeusa. com

BANKSY: GE­NIUS OR VANDAL?

This ex­hibit at Fash­ion Show brings you closer to the con­tro­ver­sial artis­tic world of one of the most inf lu­en­tial cre­ators in re­cent years, fea­tur­ing more than 70 works or­ga­nized into var­i­ous the­matic sec­tions. Re­serve your slot for this timed ex­hibit. 3200 S. Las Ve­gas Blvd. www. banksy.ve­gas

BEL­LA­GIO CON­SER­VA­TORY

An elab­o­rate dis­play of hor­ti­cul­ture and art, with more than 7,500 plants, trees and f low­ers in view. Open 24 hours. Free. Bel­la­gio, 702.693.7111. www. bel­la­gio.com/at­trac­tions/ botan­i­cal- gar­den. aspx

CSI: THE EX­PE­RI­ENCE Test your in­ner crime solver at the in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibit based on the hit TV show, “CSI.” Open daily, 9 am-9 pm; last ad­mis­sion at 8 pm. MGM Grand, 702.531.3826. www.mg­m­grand.com/en­ter­tain ment/csi-the-ex­pe­ri­ence.aspx

EIF­FEL TOWER EX­PE­RI­ENCE

Travel 460 feet above the Strip to the top of this half- scale replica and en­joy a panoramic view of the city and moun­tains. Day­time hours: 10 am- 6 pm; night­time hours: 6 pm-1 am. Paris Las Ve­gas, 702.946.7000. www. cae­sars. com/ paris- las- ve­gas/ things- to- do/ eif­fel- tower

FLY LINQ

10 side- by- side zi­plines. Fly­ers get launched from 114 feet above the shop­ping district across 1,121 feet to the base of the High Roller. Su-Th, 11: 30 am-mid­night; F- Sa, 11: 30 am-2 am. Rid­ers must weigh be­tween 60 pounds and 300 pounds. The Linq Prom­e­nade, 702.777.2782. www. cae­sars. com/ linq/ fly- linq

FRE­MONT STREET EX­PE­RI­ENCE

The world’s largest LED screen, spans the length of five foot­ball fields above the pedes­trian mall. Light shows take place ev­ery hour on the hour be­tween sun­set and mid­night nightly. Fre­mont Street at Las Ve­gas Boule­vard, down­town. 702.678.5777. www.ve­g­a­s­ex­pe­ri­ence.com

GLIT­TER­ING LIGHTS

This drive-thru light show sur­rounds vis­i­tors with mil­lions of brightly col­ored bulbs. Su-Th, 5:30-9 pm; week­ends & hol­i­days, 5:30-10 pm. M-Th, $20 per ve­hi­cle; F-Su & hol­i­days, $30 per ve­hi­cle. Las Ve­gas Mo­tor Speed­way, 702.222.9777. www. glit­ter­ing­light­slasve­gas.com

GONDOLA RIDES

Glide along the canals of The Vene­tian while a gon­do­lier ser­e­nades you. In­door: Su-Th, 10 am-11 pm; F- Sa, 10 am-mid­night. Out­door: Su-Th, 5-10:45 pm; F- Sa, 5-11:45 pm. The Vene­tian, 702.414.4300. www.vene­tian.com/ ho­tel/ at­trac­tions/gondola- rides. html

HIGH ROLLER

Twenty eight glass- en­closed cab­ins of­fer un­par­al­leled views of the Strip from the mid­dle of all the ac­tion Open daily, 11: 30 am-2 am. TheLinq, 868.328.1888. www.cae­sars. com/ thelinq/ high- roller. html

SHARK REEF

A to­tal sen­sory ex­pe­ri­ence that trans­ports vis­i­tors to an un­der­wa­ter world. Su-Th, 10 am- 8 pm; F- Sa, 10 am-10 pm. Last ad­mis­sion one hour prior to close. Man­dalay Bay, 702.632.4555. www. sharkreef.com

SIEGFRIED & ROY’S SE­CRET GAR­DEN AND DOL­PHIN HABI­TAT

Big cats live in the lap of lux­ury. The ad­ja­cent 2.5 mil­lion-gal­lon habi­tat is an ob­ser­va­tion and re­search fa­cil­ity with un­der­wa­ter view­ing ar­eas. Open daily, 10 am6:30 pm. Mi­rage, 702.791.7188. www. mi­rage.com/at­trac­tions/ se­cret- gar­den.aspx

SPRINGS PRE­SERVE Ex­plore col­or­ful botan­i­cal gar­dens, in­ter­ac­tive gal­leries and trails at this 180- acre “birth­place of Las Ve­gas.” Open daily from 9 am- 5 pm. Trails close at dusk. 333 S. Val­ley View Blvd., 702.822.7700. www. springs pre­serve.org

THE STRAT TOWER

In­door and out­door ob­ser­va­tion decks. The tower houses SkyJump, X- Scream, Insanity and the Big Shot, all open Su-Th, 10 am-1 am; F- Sa un­til 2 am. See it with the all- day rides pass (SkyJump a sep­a­rate price).

The STRAT, 702.383.5210. www. strato­sphere­ho­tel.com/ At­trac­tions

VE­GAS BAL­LOON RIDES Whether you’re look­ing for a small, pri­vate flight or are part of a large group, there’s a pack­age for you. Flights start at $275 per per­son. Spe­cial of­fers may be avail­able. 4390 Polaris Ave., 702.553.3039. www. ve­g­as­bal­loon­rides.com

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 at 9:30 am. 200 Con­ven­tion Cen­ter Drive, 702.731.4768. www. ve­g­asin­doorsky­div­ing.com

Mu­se­ums & Ex­hi­bi­tions

DIS­COV­ERY CHIL­DREN’S MU­SEUM

Fun and ed­u­ca­tional mu­seum, where kids of all ages can ex­plore elec­tric­ity, en­ergy, space and much more. Open Tu-Su. 360 Prom­e­nade Place, 702.382.5437. www.dis­cov­erykid­slv.org

MADAME TUSSAUDS LAS VE­GAS Rub el­bows with your fa­vorite stars—among the Las Ve­gas lineup are Nicki Mi­naj and Elvis. Open daily at 10 am.

The Vene­tian, 3377 S. Las Ve­gas Blvd., 702.862.7800. www. mad ame­tus­sauds.com/ lasve­gas

THE MOB MU­SEUM

See the thrilling story of or­ga­nized crime and law en­force­ment, with ar­ti­facts, ex­hibits on the legacy of the mob an an in- depth look at mob­sters in Sin City. Open daily, 9 am- 9 pm. 300 Ste­wart Ave. , 702.229.2734. www.the­mob­mu­seum.org

THE NEON MU­SEUM

This out­door mu­seum is home to more than 200 neon signs dat­ing from the 1930s to present day. Gen­eral ad­mis­sion tick­ets, guided tours and combo tick­ets avail­able. Open daily from 9 am. Tim­ings for last tour vary. 770 Las Ve­gas Blvd. N., 702.387.6366. www. neon­mu­seum. org

REAL BOD­IES AT BALLY’S Ex­pe­ri­ence real hu­man bod­ies pre­sented in dra­matic and com­pelling en­vi­ron­ments. Open daily at 10 am. Bally’s, 702.777.2782. www. real bod­iesat­ballys.com

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