by: Jake Hoffman
Theming at resorts like Luxor, Excalibur, Paris, Venetian, and New York New York fall into the "can't miss" category.
Freebies at Bellagio include their iconic fountains, Dale Chihuly's Fiori di Como, and the conservatory, which changes seasonally.
A popular outdoor art installation, Seven Magic Mountain is a 25-minute drive south of resorts on the Strip.
Located south of Mandalay Bay, the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign is iconic, free, and an essential photo opp.
Also on the south end of the Strip, The Pinball Hall of Fame is a museum stocked with pinball games spanning the decades. Bring quarters if you want to play!
The newest resort downtown has numerous free things to see to include a refurbished Vegas Vickie, rooftop pool deck, and an amazing sportsbook!
Located off the Strip, Area15 is a feast for the eyes. Although most add-on activities have a price, wondering the complex and checking out the art is free!
Free entertainment is offered on Fremont Street in the form of both an overhead light show, and live music on the stages along the pedestrian mall.
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