People think that they will go broke every time that they visit Las Vegas. Actually, that is not true. There is a lot of free attractions and entertainment to see in Las Vegas that will keep you entertained. Here you will find some of the best shows to see plus some advice to save you some money on your next trip to Las Vegas.
One of my favorite attractions in Las Vegas is the aquarium at the Silverton Casino which is located about three miles south of the strip. You will need to take a shuttle or taxi to the casino if you do not rent a car but it is well worth the expense. The Silverton Casino has an outdoors theme and is actually attached to Bass Pro Shops. The Casino is beautiful. Inside the casino is a 100,000+ gallon tropical aquarium to please anyone. You can walk around the whole tank, or sit around it on one of the benches. You might also want to play some poker online games as you connect to the Wi-Fi while waiting. Divers are in the aquarium at certain times of the day to feed the stingrays and answer any questions you may have about any of the fish. This is one place you have to see to believe.
Another one of my favorite sites to see in Las Vegas is the fountains at Bellagio. Located right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, you cannot miss its beauty. The fountains at Bellagio are running seven days a week at various times throughout the day. The best time to see the fountains are in the evening, as they light up to the music that is played.
Nearby the Bellagio hotel is the Mirage hotel and casino. Here you will find the giant volcano that you can watch erupt in the evening hours. This is truly a site to see. The combination of water and fire put together is exciting. Also, at neighboring casino Treasure Island, you can watch the Sirens of TI, a pirate show performance that is truly magical. While it only runs a few times in the evening, and will close down when there is high winds.
If you want to you can always go downtown and see the Fremont Street Experience. The Fremont Street Experience is a canopy over Fremont Street with a light show in the canopy. This is one site to see, but you must come at night. While you are there you can walk through The Golden Nugget Casino, old but beautiful.
Off the strip you can visit The Rio Casino and see the Masquerade in the Sky, a daily parade you can watch through the casino that is in the air. It is really neat to see, and for a fee, you can actually ride in one of the floats! It runs about 15 dollars and it includes a keepsake picture.
Walking along the strip and in and out of all the casinos and shops will keep you occupied and entertained for days. As you can see, there are plenty of things to see and do in Las Vegas that do not cost a penny. Especially if you are not a gambler, you will definitely find entertainment to keep you busy for a long time. Enjoy your trip to Las Vegas; you will have a great time