So now that you’ve found homes for sale in Las Vegas and you’re ready to move to Las Vegas, you might be asking what is there to do off the Las Vegas Strip? The simple answer is- a lot! There are so many things to do outside The Strip area where locals can have fun and can save a lot of money. Here are some ideas of things that you can do off The Strip in Las Vegas.
Drive a bulldozer
If you love playing with toy cars, bulldozers, and tractors when you were a kid, now it’s time to bring the good old days back. Head on to Dig This where you can drive bulldozers and tractors. If manning heavy machinery with The Strip as your backdrop, this is the coolest things to do.
Go down the memory lane – Las Vegas was not born overnight. Yes, the city has a reach history. To undersand and appreciate the humble beginnings of this great city, you need to visit the Golden Gate Hotel and Casino, the city’s first hotel. This hotel/museum houses some of the most interesting antiquities of the younger Vegas such as its first phone dating back to 1905.
Visit Neon Boneyard – Here you can find assorted an collection of neon signs from previous establishments and businesses that once adorned the streets of the city.
It’s true that the city has a lot of Michelin star restaurants and other food establishments run by celebrity chefs. But if you are looking for a quick bite, you better hang-out in one of the city’s food trucks. The best day to eat there is on the second Saturday of every month where you can enjoy the festive mood complete with live music, foods, and arts. Food trucks can be enjoyed in three different downtown locations, but not in The Strip.
Not afraid of heights? Then try piloting aerobatic plane care of Sky Combat Ace. It’s a once in a lifetime change where in you are in control of doing the loops and barrel rolls in a clear, blue skies.
Play arcades, the 80’s style. If you were born during the decade when playing at an arcade is the coolest thing ever, go back to the days when all you thik of is play Frogger, Galaga, Donkey Kong, and Tron. Visit Insert Coin(s) in downtown Las Vegas to play arcades while enjoying your favorite booze as well.