5 Things To Do In Las Vegas Without Spending Much
I’ve been to Las Vegas, Nevada twice and the place never fails to awe me. Las Vegas is electric and I mean this literally because of the number of times I electrocuted myself because of the static in the hotels. So here are my recommendations if ever you find yourself in Las Vegas.
1. Hotel Hopping
The crown jewel of Las Vegas are their hotels which try to one up each other. Most of the hotels are within walking distance from one another. If you don’t feel like walking, cabs are pretty cheap in Vegas. Make sure to check out The Venetian, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Wynn, Bellagio, Mirage, Paris, Four Seasons, Caesar’s Palace, and Palms. Some of the hotels have free shows such as the musical fountains of Bellagio.
2. Go Outlet Shopping
Buy designer clothes for less! That’s what outlet shopping is all about. When I went to Vegas, I shopped at Las Vegas Premium Outlet South but they have other branches in the city. I bought a really cool Oakley Sweater which got a lot of praises from strangers. There’s also Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas and stand alone factory outlets.
3. Visit Pawnshops
Las Vegas has many pawn shops which is to be expected because of the gamblers who just might need extra cash. Pawn shops there might carry branded luxury items for less than retail price. You might pick up a strange object or two like the ones seen in the show Pawn Stars which is shot on location and Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.
4. Visit Museums
Las Vegas has many normal museums (art museums) but you might want to check out the quirky ones for a small fee. There’s the Mob Museum, Madame Tussaud (not really cheap), The Neon Museum, The National Atomic Testing Museum, and for the mature travelers there’s The Erotic Heritage Museum.
5. Eat for cheap
Hotel buffets in Vegas are really affordable and offer really scrumptious food. I tried the buffet at Circus Circus and was surprised at how the steak were considering how little we paid. Eating in Vegas won’t leave a dent in your wallet. I guess it’s because they want to make sure the gamblers are in a good mood for being well fed. Be on the lookout for eateries and buffets in older casinos. The restaurants in new hotels are expensive so avoid those if you are on a budget.
Las Vegas is not all about gambling. There are a lot of fun things to do there for the whole family.
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