Things For Under 18s To Do In Las Vegas

Las Vegas is one of the most exciting and breath-taking cities in the world, and it’s no wonder that millions of domestic and international tourists travel to sin city every year to experience some of the best entertainment in America. From gambling to clubbing, luxurious shows to amazing food, Las Vegas is the party hub for stag dos, hen parties, celebrities and royalty, and there’s literally nothing that the city can’t provide.

Situated in the heart of the Nevada desert, Las Vegas is home to 80 per cent of the world’s top 25 largest hotels. Bearing in mind it didn’t even exist at the start of the 20th century, the city has come a long way to winning the hearts and minds of tourists all over the globe – around 7 million every year in fact.

There’s no doubt that Las Vegas is the no-expense spared entertainment capital of the world, but when it comes to family getaways or entertaining teenagers, we’re sure that 24 hour casinos and burlesque shows won’t be the holiday you had in mind! Let’s take a look at some of the best things for under 18s to do in Las Vegas.

M&M World

Not only does the M&M World For Teens and Tweens offer five star entertainment for your kids, but the best part is that it’s free. You’ll be pleased to hear that your teens will be able to wonder around this amazing four-story chocolate monument without spending a penny, however we’re guessing that they’ll need some change for the memorabilia store – an entire floor of M&M-based goodies!

From pillows to NASCAR shirts, magnets to duvets, and even M&M-themed game console, this is the Disney Land of chocolate. If you want to come along with your children, make sure you bring a camera, because there will be plenty of photo opportunities.

The Bellagio Fountains

Las Vegas is situated in the heart of the Nevada desert, meaning the city can get pretty hot during the day. Why not let your teenagers cool down by taking a trip to the world famous Bellagio Fountains, where they watch in awe as dozens of jets of water shoot up into the sky, choreographed to music! Some of the shoots of water fly higher than the hotel itself, and if you want to see them at their most impressive, stop by in the evening when they’ll all lit up. With shows running every 15 minutes, this is a free attraction you can visit any time of day.

The Titanic Exhibit

At a cost of $28 per person, you might think that the entry fee for this museum is a little too expensive. However once you make your way through the front doors of the Exhibit, and realise that you’re standing in one of the world’s best interior replicas of the infamous RMS Titanic, the price of your entry will be the last thing on your mind. Not only will your children be educated about the ship, its passengers and its terrible demise, but there are also some great photo opportunities to take advantage of. Book early for great ticket discounts!

This post was contributed by helping travellers travel the world for less.

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