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On the way to Sin City? This is the ultimate checklist for your Vegas trip

If you love Las Vegas as much as we do, you probably know that in spite of the captivating nature of Vegas resorts and hotels, which provide you with everything you could possibly want or need; limiting your visit to Sin City to the comfortable interiors of your hotel or casino is a massive waste of potential.
In this article, we will go over every staple of the ultimate Las Vegas experience, with a checklist of all the things you have to do in Vegas before claiming that you lived, survived and got the best out of Sin City.

Snapping a photo of yourself by the Las Vegas sign.
Riding the world’s tallest observation wheel.
Enjoying a circus act at Circus Circus.
Ordering a bottle service at a superclub.
Going to a pool party.
Pissing on the Berlin Wall in the men’s bathroom off the main floor of Main Street Station.
Checking the Mirage volcano.
Surviving an airsoft Zombie Apocalypse.
Visiting the Pinball Hall of Fame.
Skydiving indoors.
Shooting a video with your phone dancing under the moving chandelier at OMNIA.
Throwing axes at Axe Monkeys.
Visiting the mermaids in the aquarium at the Silverton Casino.
Driving construction equipment at Dig This.
Eating at Abriya Raku.
Bouncing at an indoor trampoline park.
Checking out the National Atomic Testing Museum.
Taking a flight over water in a jetpack at Flyboard Las Vegas.
Racing a supercar around Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Exploring the Las Vegas Art Museum and the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art.
Riding waves in the surf simulator at the Planet Hollywood Pools.
Jumping off the top of the Stratosphere, the tallest freestanding observation tower in the States.
Exploring the craft booze local scene.
Visiting the Bellagio Conservatory.
Tasting the bacon jam at Carson Kitchen.
Getting married by an Elvis impersonator.
Playing mini-golf with the KISS Army.
Walking around MGM’s The Park and taking a picture with the Bliss Dance sculpture.
Eating at an epic Vegas buffet.
Visiting the Burlesque Hall of Fame and the Mob Museum.
Enjoying a relaxing session at ESPA.
Having a Tiki cocktail at The Golden Tiki.
Slurping down noodles at Monta Ramen.
Living the 24-hour Fremont Mall experience.
Exploring the hipster Mecca Gold Spike.
Checking out the Chilean flamingos at the Flamingo hotel’s wildlife habitat.
Going to a strip club.
Trading something at that History Channel’s pawn shop.
Having breakfast at Peppermill.
Wandering the Strip and having a yard-long drink.
Betting on a big game, match or race.
Assisting to the First Friday monthly art festival held throughout the Downtown Las Vegas Arts District.
Gambling at a casino.
Playing golf in a nightclub.
Attending to a party brunch.
Having a meal by the window at Giada De Laurentiis restaurant.
Going to the Life Is Beautiful festival.
Swimming with sharks at the Golden Nugget’s pool.
Pulling an all-nighter of dancing at the Electric Daisy Carnival.
Going to a Cirque du Soleil show
Taking a helicopter ride over the Strip.
Staying at The Golden Gate hotel.
Visiting the Botanical Cactus Garden at Ethel M Chocolates.
Stomping on the glass floor at Ghostbar.
Going to a burlesque show.
Having dinner at Lotus of Siam.
Attending some kind of booze-tasting event.
Checking the outdoors outside of the city.
Eating a riserva steak.
Climbing the Eiffel Tower.
Taking a selfie at the Fountains of Bellagio.
Singing karaoke at Dino’s Lounge.
Visiting the Vegas neon signs boneyard.
Having a meal at Joël’s
Booking a skybox at Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club.

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