Fabulous nice things to do in Las Vegas
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge fan of gifts and that I live frugally. What self-respecting visitor to Las Vegas would pay full price if they didn't have to or leave this great city of chance without getting something for nothing? One of the best services I can provide to my fellow man is the ability to share these fabulous free finds with anyone who is interested in what I have to offer.
This is better than a book that tells everything about who did it and why it is not.
The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden offers a delight to the eyes of the beholder. It is a true delight for all the senses to see the sights and inhale the fragrance of these gardens that showcase seasonal reflections in plants, flowers and produce. Each season offers new pleasures for the senses and there is no admission fee to view these beautiful flower arrangements. This is a great place for a photoshoot that will help you remember your time in Las Vegas.
Have you ever seen water dance?
Otherwise, while visiting the Bellagio Botanical Gardens, you'll want to stay long enough to witness the Bellagio fountains. These shows consist of more than 1000 fountains that literally dance in choreographed unison with the music light (you may be surprised or possibly impressed by the length and variety of the music playlist for this particular show). This is also free to witness and occurs every half hour or so after 3:00 PM. during the week and after noon on weekends.
If you're looking for more free fun for the whole family to enjoy, head to Circus Circus for Circus Acts; This show is free and gives the audience the thrill and chill of the big top the next day. day. You can watch different acts throughout the day at half an hour between 11 a.m. and midnight.
Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall offers an impressive display of water and laser lights every day at 2:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00. This show is called "Sunset Stampede" and takes place in a 9-story atrium that is home to a natural habitat of living trees, vegetation, waterfalls and trails.
Another great free attraction in Las Vegas is the Masquerade Show in the Sky.
The show is free to see, if you choose to participate by riding one of the floats, the cost is $ 12.95 (which is subject to change). This experience is very reminiscent of Carnivale in Brazil. The floats are literally suspended from the ceiling for the sake of this show that is considered one of the best free shows Las Vegas has to offer.
Perhaps one of the most interesting gifts is the Aquarium at the Silverton Hotel and Casino.
This attraction is completely free to the public and a fascinating thrill for young and old - even moms find it fascinating. Enjoy watching saltwater and freshwater fish in their natural habitats and enjoy the atmosphere of your surroundings.
The Sirens of Ti is a great sexy pirate tale that is shown on Treasure Island TI every day as weather permits.
This is a great show that kids, especially little kids who think pirates are the bomb and big kids who enjoy watching ships sink and mermaids do what mermaids do, will agree to enjoy together.
Free entertainment is often the best entertainment to be found. There are so many things to do and see that literally cost fortunes. It's good to know that there are so many exciting adventures available for little to no cost to explore while visiting Las Vegas. If you spend wisely, you will find that you can enjoy the majority of most busy days without breaking your wallet or becoming close personal friends with creditors.