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76 Things to Do In Las Vegas With Kids – Activities & More!

Las Vegas has built a reputation as being an adult playground, with many opting to leave the kids at home. The reality though, is that there are a ton of things to do in Las Vegas with kids. Tourists often fail to realize that Vegas extends beyond the Strip and Fremont. Because Las Vegas is a sprawling community with many families, kid-friendly activities are plentiful.

When thinking of things to do with kids in Las Vegas, visions of Circus Circus or Excalibur immediately come to mind, but options extend far beyond that!

Below, we leverage our expertise to share the most complete list of things for kids to do in Las Vegas available on the internet.

Related: Stay at a kid-friendly resort on the Las Vegas Strip! Here are your options.

Activities for Kids on the Las Vegas Strip

High Roller Observation Wheel: The featured attraction of the LINQ Promenade, the High Roller stands at 550 feet tall and holds the Guinness world record as the largest observation wheel in the world. There are 28 pods that hold up to 40 riders each. Tickets can be reserved in advance here, directly with High Roller, or with Vegas.com, which is sometimes a few bucks cheaper. Check both to gauge the better deal!

Photo: Jake Hoffman

Strat’s SkyPod: Strat’s observation deck stands tall at 1,149 ft. above the Las Vegas Strip. Kids visiting Las Vegas will be drawn to the thrill rides up top – XScream, Big Shot, and Insanity which provide excitement by either shooting you straight up or dangling you off the edge of the SkyPod. There are currently a number of Groupon deals that allow for discounted observation deck admission and ride passes (view deals here at Groupon).

Strat Las Vegas Skypod Exterior
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FlyLinq Zipline: One of 3 distinct zipline options in Las Vegas, FlyLinq sends riders flying from the Strip to the base of the High Roller observation wheel above the Linq promenade below. We suggest reserving your preferred flight time in advance either here with FlyLinq or with Vegas.com, depending on which is offering a better deal.

FlyLinq Zipline Overhead

Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at Mirage: Tropical foliage and exotic animals make the habitat at the Mirage a popular attraction for families in Las Vegas. You will be able to observe tigers, leopards, and dolphins during your visit. Ensure to check out the underwater dolphin viewing area for a different perspective! Check for deals and book tickets in advance here!

Shark Reef Aquarium: Your kiddos will get a kick out of this oasis in the middle of the desert. Found at Mandalay Bay, the Shark Reef Aquarium features over 200 varieties of sea life to include sharks. You’ll essentially be walking through a glass tunnel at the bottom of the tank with sea life passing over the top – very cool.  Tickets to the aquarium can be purchased in advance here, commonly at a slight discount.

Shark Reef Aquarium – Photo Courtesy MGM Resorts

Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck Experience: There are few better ways to introduce your kids to Vegas than to rise 46 stories above it. Take the trip to the top at night and enjoy the Bellagio Fountains from a new vantage point.  Book your Eiffel Tower experience in advance direct with Paris here, or with Vegas.com which is commonly less expensive.

The view from Paris’ Eiffel Tower – Photo Courtesy Caesars Entertainment

Helicopter Tours: The kids will be blown away by a helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip or surrounding attractions such as the Grand Canyon or Hoover Dam. Pricing for kid-friendly aerial tours of the Las Vegas Strip starts at around $100 per person and helicopter tour deals can often be found on Groupon, here.

Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N at TI: Fans of the comic will enjoy the costumes and equipment used by Marvel characters. If this attraction is of interest, you’ll want to note that a Groupon deal is currently being offered for discounted child and adult admission (view deal here).

The Hunger Games Exhibition at MGM Grand: Check out set re-creations, train on archery, and make your own rebellion propaganda commercial at The Hunger Games: The Exhibition at MGM Grand. If your kid loves The Hunger Games, this could be something to add to your Vegas to-do list. If of interest, ensure you take advantage of this discounted admission deal on Groupon.

Pay up for a Better Pool: While some resorts reserve pool access for their guests, others allow non-guests to access theirs for free or a small fee.

Paris Eiffel Tower Light Show: Every half hour, from sunset to midnight, Paris’ replica Eiffel Tower puts on a dazzling light show thanks to a recent $1.7 million renovation which added synchronized lighting. More on Paris’ free light show here.

Paris Las Vegas and Eiffel Tower LIght Show
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Hershey’s Candy Experience: Check out 800 varieties of chocolate, Jolly Ranchers, and Reese’s candies at this one of kind shop at New York New York. Your kid could even star in their own TV Commercial. See more info here.

Photo opp depicing a life like Hershey's bar and a Hershey's Kiss in front of a Hershey's sign intended to look like the "welcome to Las Vegas Sign".
Neat free photo opportunity at Hershey’s World

Virtual Reality at MGM Grand: Players will choose from a handful of VR game options and complete for 30 minutes. The VR arena is a 2,000 square foot room that transforms to a virtual world once the headset is on. Parents, feel free to join in on the fun, as non-gamers will also enjoy this attraction. Learn more here.

CBS Television City: If you need some time off your feet, take the kids to CBS Television City at MGM Grand. There, you can spend an hour screening future television episodes from networks like Nickelodeon and providing your feedback in exchange for a book of coupons redeemable in Vegas. Kids need to be over the age of 10 and be accompanied by an adult. Learn more here.

Take a Gondola Ride: Float through the canals of Venice, either indoors or outside along the Strip at Venetian. Whether you decide to take a spin on a gondola or just stroll through the wonderfully themed property, you’ll swear you were transported to Europe. Gondoliers also serenade guests adding to the experience. More the Venetian Gondola attraction along with “tips and tricks” here.

Play a Par 3 Golf Course: While Vegas is home to numerous golf courses, both the Angel Park Golf Club and the Las Vegas Golf Center offer a short par 3 that could be an appealing outdoor activity for kids in Las Vegas. Another unique feature is that both courses are illuminated at night, making play after sundown possible.

Find a Hidden Pizza Place: Your kids like “Where’s Waldo” right? If so, they’ll love the “insider” feeling of finding the hidden pizza joint at Cosmo dubbed “Secret Pizza”. The slice will impress too, we have it rated as one of the best pizza by the slice spots in Vegas. Here is more on how to find Secret Pizza at Cosmopolitan.

Here’s a hint – Look for this hallway and you will have found Secret Pizza.

Dive in Movies at Cosmo’s Boulevard Pool: On Monday nights during the summer Cosmopolitan plays popular movies like “Karate Kid” and “Back to the Future” on their Boulevard Pool marquee. Overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, catching a flick at Cosmo is one of the more unique things to do in Vegas with kids. While hotel guests can attend for free, access for non-guests is $15.

Ice Skating at Cosmo’s Boulevard Pool: In the winter months, the Boulevard Pool area is transformed to an ice rink with great views of the Strip. You can rent a pair of skates and even enjoy fireside s’mores. One of those can’t miss Vegas activities for kids (especially ones from northern states). See more info here.

Related: Things to do in Vegas in the Winter – Many of which are kid-friendly activities!

Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum: See the collection of movie stars, politicians, and musicians in wax form at Venetian. In addition to the wax museum, Madame Tussauds has added a Virtual Reality attraction that tasks guests with moving around, finding items, and working with a team. Note that the VR attraction is only for kids age 12 and up. Check out Groupon and Tix4Tonite locations as there are often deals to be had.

Bodies the Exhibition: Look! An educational thing to do in Vegas with kids! Kids, and adults, will enjoy checking out Luxor’s Bodies Exhibition which is home to 13 full specimen human bodies. Featured in the exhibit is a side-by-side comparison of a smoker and non-smoker’s lungs. As it turns out, Vegas can also help your kids avoid peer pressure back home! Learn more here.

Enjoy an Extreme Dessert: While there are a few different spots to grab a unique, massive, and absurdly over-the-top dessert in Las Vegas, we recommend Black Tap at Venetian. While their normal milkshakes cost about $10, you can upgrade to a “CrazyShake” for $5-$7 more. While there are numerous CrazyShake options, The Cakeshake steals the show, topped with a slice of funfetti cake, whipped cream, and a cherry. See the full menu here.

See Also: The perfect 24, 48, or 72 hour Las Vegas itinerary.

HyperX Esports Arena: One of those perfect activities for kids that are video game nuts, Luxor’s Esports arena hosts both scheduled tournaments in addition to pay-by-the-hour gameplay. Additionally, vintage consoles like Atari, Sega, NES, etc. are available for play. Learn more here.

Esports Arena Big Screen at Luxor

Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat: The wildlife habitat behind Flamingo near the pool complex is home to pelicans, ring teal ducks, and a flock of Chilean flamingos. Our favorite aspect of the attraction though is the opportunity to take a photo with one of the habitat’s resident parrots. Check here for more things to do at Flamingo!

Flock of flamingos standing on grass with a pond in the foreground
Flamingo’s wildlife habitat

Titanic Artifact Exhibit: Also at Luxor, your little history buff will appreciate the Titanic Exhibit which features 250 real artifacts from the wreck and a large piece of the ship’s hull salvaged from the seafloor. It’s the personal items recovered and the stories behind actual Titanic passengers that make this exhibit hit home. You can often score a slight discount when buying here, with Vegas.com.

Taste Test at the Coca-Cola Store: Buy the sampler tray of popular sodas from various countries around the world. You’ll enjoy watching your kid’s facial expressions as they realize what tastes good elsewhere, doesn’t always agree with our flavor palate. Get more details here.

Circus Circus FREE Circus Acts: The longest-running circus in the world is at Circus Circus and is free to attend and acts run throughout the day, 7 days per week. See the full schedule here.

Find Your Way Out of an Escape Room: Located in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, The Escape Game can immerse you in a variety of unique 60-minute long adventures. Escape room scenarios include escaping from prison, recovering a stolen painting, finding a stash of gold before the mafia does, and even a “Rugrats” themed quest to find lost toys. More information can be found here.

Prison Break Escape Game
Prison Breat – Courtesy of The Escape Game

Brooklyn Bowl: I know, it’s Vegas and you should probably do something you can’t do at home. However, if you are hankering to hit the lanes, Brooklyn’s 32 lane bowling alley is located along the Linq Promenade and has a swankier vibe than your AMF lanes back home. The only place to go bowling on the Las Vegas Strip. More info here.

Circus Circus Adventuredome: Adventuredome features 5 acres of carnival attractions and thrill rides in climate-controlled comfort. All-day ride passes are available and pricing information can be found here. This attraction could be the key to freeing up some time to throw some dice or hit the slots.

Adventuredome at Circus Circus. Photo: Jake Hoffman

Circus Circus Midway/Arcade: After spending time at Adventuredome, check out CC’s Midway, complete with carnival games and an arcade comprised of over 200 games. Between the midway and the Adventuredome, visiting Circus Circus is among the most popular things to do in Vegas with kids. Learn more about the Midway here.

Bellagio Botanical Gardens and Conservatory: A floral display at Bellagio that changes seasonally. Simply stunning. Ensure you take a moment to look up at Chihuly’s “Firori de Como”, glass floral display in Bellagio’s hotel lobby as well. Check here for more things to do at Bellagio!

Photo: Jake Hoffman

Mini Golfing: While there are only a few mini golf options in Las Vegas, the ones that exist are impressive. Your kids will love both the “Twilight Zone” themed option at Bally’s or the KISS-themed course at Rio. Both are products of Monster Mini Golf and feature a blacklight-fueled visual feast for the eyes.

Rex Center: While more popular with locals than tourists, the Rex Center is a short distance from the Strip (behind Wynn) and offers mini golf, go-karts, laser tag, rock climbing, and axe throwing. They offer pricing per attraction, or both half and full-day packages. Get more information here.

New York New York Roller Coaster: Full transparency, this roller coaster is rough. It’s also a lot of fun, but you may need to enter the concussion protocol after your ride. Traveling at speeds of up to 67 mph, the ride offers great views of the Strip and we attest to its awesomeness. I’m in pain just thinking about it.  Tickets can be purchased in advance here.

Mirage Volcano: Sitting outside Mirage, the iconic volcano erupts several times per night (See the schedule here). Your kids will appreciate the sheer power and heat of the display which is choreographed to music and never disappoints. Parents – grab a beer at the closest Walgreens and enjoy!

Bellagio Fountains: A Las Vegas activity idea for kids made better by the fact it is free. The Fountains of Bellagio dance every 15 – 30 minutes depending on the time of day.   

Bellagio Fountains pictured from above
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Topgolf: Located behind MGM Grand, Topgolf is a driving range on steroids. The Las Vegas version offers 4 levels of hitting bays with views of the Strip. With a number of different games to play, Topgolf is the perfect activity for kids in Vegas to unleash their competitive spirit.

Topgolf Las Vegas

Fun Dungeon Arcade at Excalibur: The arcade is open from 10am –10pm daily and features over 200 games to include the world’s largest Pac Man and Smash Air Hockey. Check it out here.

4D Experience at Excalibur: Check out a 15-minute video clip that combines 3D animations, state-of-the-art sound/light effects, and in-seat effects. Current clips being offered in 4D include “San Andreas”, “Man of Steel” and “The Lego Movie”. Tickets can often be snagged at a slight discount here, with Vegas.com.

The Big Apple Arcade at New York New York: Like Excalibur, NYNY also has an arcade which is located near the Big Apple Roller Coaster. Click here for a full rundown of Arcades in Las Vegas.

Climb Vegas: A high ropes course in the retail outlets just south of Planet Hollywood, Climb Vegas offers you, and your kids, the chance to challenge your fear of heights. Sure, you’re harnessed up, but navigating obstacles at elevation can be a harrowing experience. Tickets normally cost $32, but can be purchased via this Groupon deal for $29.

Admire Themed Properties: One of the best things to do with kids in Las Vegas is allowing them to take in themed properties. Resorts like Luxor, Venetian, Excalibur, and Caesars Palace are a marvel to behold for adults. Imagine them through a child’s eyes.

Activities for Kids Downtown Las Vegas

Fremont Street Experience Canopy Light Show: Fremont Street’s $34 million renovation of the canopy is complete and it’s impressive. All 16.4 million overhead pixels sync up to popular music to create a beautiful display nightly that you, and your kids, are sure to enjoy. Check here for more non-gambling things to do in downtown Las Vegas!

Lightshow above Fremont Street
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Mob Museum: Something to do for older kids that can appreciate history, the Mob Museum downtown offers interactive exhibits focused on mob history in Las Vegas and around the country. General admission tickets can be purchased here and start at $29.95.

Photo Courtesy of The Mob Museum

Container Park: Just blocks away from the Mob Museum is the container park which is comprised of shops, restaurants, and bars. Of interest to your kids though is the nightly praying mantis fire show and the treehouse playground inside the complex. Additionally, the Container Park frequently makes yard games like cornhole available at no charge near the events stage. All in all, the Container Park is one of the best places to take kids downtown Vegas.

Downtown Container Park Praying Mantis

SlotZilla Zipline on Fremont Street: If you don’t mind your child being exposed to the debauchery of Fremont Street then buy them a ticket to ride the SlotZilla Zipline! One caveat is that kids under the age of 13 need to ride with someone that is 13 or older. Pricing for the lower, shorter Fly Zip-Zilla line starts at $39 and the higher, longer Fly Super-Hero Zoom line starts at $59. More information and tickets are available here.

Slotzilla Zipline tower flanked by Walgreens and Neonopolis
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Neon Museum: A solid activity for kids with a curiosity about history, the Neon Museum is home to over 200 vintage neon signs from past incarnations of Las Vegas. If you really want to wow them, go at night for the Neon Museum’s “Brilliant!” display where they utilize projection technology to bring the signs back to life. Check out the Neon Museum’s website for more info and tickets.

The Tank Swimming Pool at Golden Nugget: Not just any pool, The Tank features as its centerpiece a 200,000-gallon shark and fish tank. Better yet, your kids will enjoy riding The Tank’s water slide which goes through the middle of the shark tank. Currently, non-hotel guests can access the pool on Monday – Thursday for a small fee payable at the entrance podium.

The Tank at Golden Nugget
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Toy Shack: Located in Neonopolis downtown Las Vegas, The Toy Shack was made famous by Pawn Stars. Your kids will enjoy stopping in to check out their unique toy offerings!

Toy Shack Las Vegas
Toy Shack in Neonopolis

See Also: Our perfect 24, 48, or 72 hour Las Vegas Itinerary.

Gene Woods Racing “Drift” Experience: Also located in Neonapolis, this indoor track is specifically designed to test your drifting skills. The go karts are all electric meaning no fumes and quick acceleration.

Discovery Children’s Museum: Near the Fremont Street Experience, kids will enjoy exploring a number of engaging exhibits that aim to educate about water power, inventing, experimentation, and so much more. A museum dedicated to children is the itinerary item for kids when in Vegas. If of interest, ensure you leverage this current Groupon deal which allows you to pay $11.50 for admission vs. the normal price of $14.50.

Things For Kids To Do in Las Vegas Away From The Strip

Wet’n’Wild: Desert summers are hot, and one activity we recommend for kids in Vegas is cooling off at Wet’n’Wild. Between their water slide options, pools, and lazy river, your kids will have a blast.

Cowabunga Bay: Another water attraction, Cowabunga Bay will also delight your kids with numerous waterslides, a lazy river, wave pool. The park, located in Henderson and is likely worth the 20-25 minute drive from mid-Strip resorts if you are seeking to beat the heat with your family.

Natural History Museum: A Smithsonian Affiliate, the Museum of Natural History has numerous fossils and artifacts on display from around the world. Discounted tickets can be purchased in advance via this deal on Groupon.

Area15: A short Uber ride from the Strip, Area15 is a feast for the eyes. While free tickets can be reserved to explore the art on display at Area15 here, additional rides and activities can be added to your experience for a fee.

Your kids will love Omega Mart, which looks like a simple supermarket but offers hidden portals to an otherworldly experience complete with visual effects, massive slides, and a mystery.

A rider on Haley’s Comet at Area15 – Photo Courtesy of Area15

See Also: Everything there is to do and see at Area15 in Las Vegas.

Indoor Skydiving: You don’t have to jump off a plane, or off the Strat’s SklyPod for a thrill. Instead, enjoy a simulated free fall at Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving. The 120 mph winds generated by their 1,000 horsepower fan will give your kid a similar thrill, but closer to the ground.

Take ’em Out to the Ballgame: The brand spanking new Las Vegas Ballpark can be found a short drive from resorts on the Strip and is home to the Las Vegas Aviators, a minor league affiliate of the Oakland A’s. While the park offers traditional stadium seating, your kids will love catching the game from the grass berm just over the outfield fence. More on the ballpark and ticketing at their website, here.

Springs Preserve: Located 3 miles from downtown Las Vegas, Springs Preserve is a 180-acre attraction that is comprised of botanical gardens and museum exhibits that dive into the origins and history of Las Vegas. Intended to give visitors a feel for what Vegas was like prior to being inhabited, we recommend blocking off at least a half-day. More info on Springs Preserve can be found here.

Tour a Chocolate Factory: Kids and chocolate go together like peas and carrots. The Ethel M chocolate factory in Henderson, a short drive from the Strip offers self-guided tours of both their chocolate factory and 3-acre cactus garden. If you’re looking for things to do in Vegas during the winter months, your kids will love the holiday decor on display in the cactus garden! Learn more about the tour and factory here, on their website.

Clark County Museum: Check out the exhibits at the Clark County Museum to include the “Heritage Street” collection of historic buildings that depict life in early Nevada. Even better, the Museum is a cheap thing to do with kids priced at a mere $2 for adults and $1 for kids. Check it out here!

Dig This: An option only for kids 13 years old and up, Dig This is unique and sure to create lifelong memories. The desert is your canvas to operate heavy equipment like bulldozers and excavators. You’ll dig trenches, push around boulders, stack tires, and roll over rough terrain. Don’t know how to operate heavy equipment? No problem, instructors are on hand to help! You can check ticket prices for your dates and purchase here.

Pole Position: Indoor go-karts just off the Strip. No need to say more. It’s a blast. Kids do need to be over 48″ tall to participate as a driver, however. Race packages start in the $25 range and can be purchased here.

Headz Up 3D Trick Art Gallery: A quick Uber ride from the Strip, Headz Up puts guests in some precarious situations which are actually 3D murals making for great photo opportunities! Highly recommended on Yelp/Tripadvisor, this is among the most unique activities for kids in Las Vegas. Check out their website here for more info.

Kiss by Monster Mini Golf at Rio: Another themed mini-golf experience inspired by the rock band Kiss. The course is 18 holes, complete with blacklight effects and a small arcade. I don’t know many kids that are die-hard Kiss fans, but every single one of them likes mini-golf. Get more details here.

See Silverton’s Mermaids: Watch real mermaids swim in a 117,000-gallon fish tank at Silverton daily. An all-ages show, this is one of the most unique things for kids to do in Vegas. Learn more, and get exact showtimes here.

Large fish tank at Silverton Las Vegas
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Hoover Dam: Your kids, and you, will be blown away by the sheer size of the Hoover Dam. Take a guided tour, then when wrapped up, rent a jet ski at the Lake Mead Marina and rip around Lake Mead. Check here for current Hoover Dam tour deals being offered on Groupon.

Hoover Dam holding back Lake Mead
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National Parks: Not far from Las Vegas are a number of outdoorsy day trip options with stunning scenery to include Death Valley, Lake Mead, Valley of Fire, Zion National Park, and the Grand Canyon. It turns out some of the best things to do with kids in Las Vegas aren’t in Vegas at all. There are also usually a large number of deals listed on Groupon for guided national park tours. Check them out!

Road leading into Valley of Fire National Park
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Flightlinez Canon Zipline: Located about a half-hour from resorts on the Strip, this outdoor attraction dwarfs zipline options available in Vegas. Flightlinez sends riders flying at speeds of nearly 60 MPH over a distance of 8,000 feet. The scenery is pretty spectacular as well with views of Bootleg Canyon, Lake Mead, and the broader desert landscape. Note that you must weigh between 75 and 250 lbs. to participate, but this attraction could be the perfect activity for kids near Vegas.

Gene Woods Racing Experience: Test your go-kart skills going head to head on a half-mile outdoor track with the Las Vegas Strip in the background. There is also a deal on Groupon offering up to 75% off, here!

Gameworks: An expansive arcade just south of McCarran International Airport near I-15, Gameworks is a great activity option for those traveling with kids.

Pinball Hall of Fame: A quick Uber ride from the Strip, the Pinball Hall of Fame is 10,000 square feet of pinball machines from the 1950’s to the 1990’s. While free to enter, you’ll want to bring plenty of quarters. One of our favorite Las Vegas activities for kids, as well as parents that want to relive their glory days. More on the Pinball Hall of Fame here!

2 rows of pinball machines

Movie Theaters: While no Strip resorts have one, a number of casinos off the Strip offer movie theaters which make for a solid activity for kids while parents hit the tables.

Kid-Friendly Shows in Las Veags

Below, we will dive into a number of Las Vegas shows that may be appropriate for kids. While there are a ton of things to do in Vegas with kids, seeing a show is hard to beat due to the diversity of options offered. While we mention a few popular options below, we’ve also put together a full breakdown of kid-friendly shows in Vegas which goes more in-depth.

Popovich Comedy Pet Theater: For animal lovers, this kid-friendly performance incorporates cats, dogs, birds, and other animals into a comedy performance. If of interest, ensure to take advantage of this Groupon deal which will allow you to score discounted tickets.

Potted Potter at Bally’s: If your kid is anything like mine, they love everything Harry Potter. Potted Potter, at Bally’s, is a hilarious 70-minute parody that takes you through all 7 books. Tickets can be purchased with the box office, or here with Vegas.com.

Cirque du Soleil: Shows that amaze adults with daring acrobatics, feats of strength, and stunning visual displays are sure to please your kid. Check here for a breakdown of Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas.

Magic Acts: Magicians such as Mat Franco at Linq, Penn and Teller at Rio, or Mac King at Harrah’s keep it clean and represent a great option for visitors with kids. Here is an overview of magic shows in Las Vegas ranked based on customer reviews.

Tournament of Kings at Excalibur: A 3-course dinner show which immerses you into the middle ages. Your family will feast as you witness horse-mounted knights defend their honor. Tickets are usually pretty affordable by Vegas standards and can be bought in advance with the box office, or here, with Vegas.com. Price it out to get the better deal.

In addition to the ones mentioned above, we put together a complete breakdown of kid-friendly shows in Las Vegas. Check it out!

Hopefully, our list of things to do in Las Vegas with kids was helpful in your quest to find kid-friendly activities! While Vegas is known as an adult playground, there is certainly a ton of stuff to do with kids!

Don’t hesitate to drop your favorite things to do with kids in Las Vegas into the comments below!

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