Big Sounds, Bright Lights and World-Class Entertainment to be Enjoyed Completely with a Charter Bus
Casinos, Art Galleries, Parks, ATV Tours and Fun Races to be Enjoyed by All in Sin City, the Entertainment Capital of the World
The earliest settlers in Las Vegas were said to be the nomadic Paleo-Indians who spent tens of thousands of years to get to the area but because of their nomadic nature and lifestyle, they never stayed, only to leave behind petroglyphs. Following their visit, the Anasazi and Paiute tribes came too. Then a young Mexican scout and explorer, Rafael Rivera, encountered the valley and Antonio Armijo with his fellow Spanish travelers also came across the city along the Spanish Trail towards Los Angeles. Hence, the city was named ‘Las Vegas’ which is a Spanish name for ‘The Meadows’ because the landscape is marked with wild grasses, desert spring waters and wildlife. In 1844, John C. Fremont found the city and his contribution led to the naming of the downtown Las Vegas street being named after him, Fremont Street. In 2012, the city received hundreds of millions of dollars for the Year of Downtown revitalization efforts which includes the refurbishing and touching up of attractions like The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, Discovery Children’s Museum, the Mob Museum, the Neon Museum as well as an addition of a new City Hall. The city’s high tolerance for adult entertainment has led people to call it ‘The Sin City’ but that’s not all there is to Las Vegas. Las Vegas boasts of a host of art galleries and fun events that people of all ages can be a part of and it includes First Friday and Preview Thursday which sees involvement of several major art organizations and theaters in Las Vegas.
There are lots of art academies, theaters, parks and recreation centers you can check out during your visit too. For instance, bring the charter bus to The Las Vegas Academy of International Studies, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts for Broadway shows and world-class entertainment of all genres or head out to a few of the 68 parks that the city runs. Golfers are going to have a field day playing at attractions like Durango Hills Golf Club, Angel Park Golf Club and Desert Pines Golf Club. There are more than a hundred playgrounds to bring the kids out to, softball fields, football and soccer fields, community centers, swimming pools and much, much more. There are very good reasons why Las Vegas is called an Internationally-renowned resort city and how it has come to bill itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World. It is a major magnet for other events too including conventions, concerts, business meetings, exhibitions and it is dubbed the global leader in the hospitality industry.
As with many of our customers have done, having an event in Las Vegas can be a tough task to tackle and it makes sense to leave all the worries of transporting large groups of people from one place to another in a trained professional’s hands. Here’s were US Coachways on be of help. With our charter buses, coaches, party buses, mini buses, school buses, limousines and corporate cars, you will have the peace of mind of knowing that we have your back and you can concentrate fully on organizing your tour, event, vacation, wedding reception, birthday party, bachelor or bachelorette party, convention, exhibition or business meeting. Give us a call today to find out more about how YOU, can also take full advantage of our reliable charter bus rental services in Las Vegas, in and out of Nevada and nationwide.
Any Time is a Good Time to Enjoy the Attractions in Las Vegas, NV
There are fun, unique museums that can never be found anywhere else in the country, there are also unique landmarks to take photographs of, casinos to check out, malls to shop in and even indoor and outdoor recreational activities to engage in during your trip to Las Vegas, NV! Read on below to find out more about all the amazing points of interest that Las Vegas has to offer, beyond entertainment and casinos, and add them to your list of things to do and places to visit when you make your way here!
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Even if you have only a week to spend in Las Vegas, it would quite, literally, be impossible to run out of things to do. This is the city of bright lights, world class entertainment and round-the-clock activities! When in Las Vegas, pop by one of its popular casinos and entertainment outlets like the elegant and chic Wyn Las Vegas Casino, the classic Casino at Bellagio, the stunning Casino at Caesars Palace and not forgetting, one of the best casinos, Casino at the Venetian. Visitors will also get to enjoy tons of outdoor activities like the life-size sandbox experience at Dig This. Instead of the toys and miniature trucks, you will get to be in charge of heavy equipment of all kinds as you take over the controls of huge Caterpillar bulldozers and excavators. And if you would like to get away from the conventional specialty museums, organize a trip to Bodies The Exhibition where you will get to have a look at preserved real bodies and learn about the human body in a very, very realistic way.
- Art & Culture — Not only is the building and structure of The Colosseum at Caesars Palace absolutely breath-taking, the performances and shows hosted at this venue are world class productions. And you don’t have to worry about grabbing a ticket too late because of the design of the arena, any seat is a good seat. Not only have the shows at KA-Cirque du Soleil been winning hearts of critics the world over, even if you have seen the show before, it is still worth catching...yet again. The Gallery at Aria is more than just your ordinary shopping destination, it doubles up as a wonderful art gallery with lots of inspiring artwork from all around the world so, all you art lovers, hop on over for an inspiring time you will find hard to forget.
- Restaurant & Shopping — When it comes to a good shopping destination, most would agree that The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian tops their list of favorites. It is a luxurious indoor shopping center located within The Venetian which features more than 80 different upscale boutiques, world class restaurants, cafes along its winding cobbled-stone walkways. There will be sights and sounds that you will find enchanting and completely unique to Las Vegas. You can also have a fun expedition at Fashion Show Mall which is a huge local mall with a seemingly endless number of shops, restaurants, coffee outlets and retail outlets to shop at or you can bring the charter bus to Fremont Street Experience which is a five-block pedestrian street lined up with charming kiosks, family-run businesses, nightly light and sound show as well as quaint outlets to get souvenirs and gifts. It is easy to see why Town Square Las Vegas is where the locals would go to whenever they want to have a shopping spree; countless shops and retail outlets are to be found as well as a water park and train ride. And as night falls, let your hair down and experience the best craft brew in town at Banger Brewing and other similar attractions.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — For those who love fast cars, you are going to have a blast catching a race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It hosts several NASCAR races throughout the year, has a driving school and is the place to watch all types of races including EDC, Spring car, drag races as well as motocross. Remember to snap lots of pictures of the race cars zipping past you and bring them home as memorabilia and show them off to your friends back home.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — Visiting the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas is often said to be a true eye-opener for newbies. Where else can you find a specialty museum that is completely dedicated to the history of mob and their relationship with local law enforcement? Within the four walls which were formerly an old post office and courthouse building, it covers hundreds of years of mob culture development in the region as well as learn up about the history of Las Vegas and its casino culture. There is also much to be done and experience at The Strip, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Las Vegas. There’s dining, drinking, people-watching, sightseeing, gambling, shopping and all sorts of local activities happening in the area. Another unique specialty museum is the Pinball Hall of Fame which features pinball machines from back in the 60s, 70s and 80s, air hockey machines, old-school bubble hockey and lots of other restored machines which will bring you down for a walk down memory lane. Visitors who want to catch a bird’s eye view of downtown Las Vegas should bring the charter bus to High Roller and after that, pop by Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition to learn more about this amazing historic attraction. Other fun historical attractions in Las Vegas are Hoover Dam Bypass, The Neon Museum with hundreds of neon signs from the past, head out to Stratosphere the tallest free-standing observation tower in the United States, Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas, Shelby American Inc., Madame Tussaud Las Vegas, the stunning Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel and don’t forget to bring the group to Nostalgia Street Rods for an absolutely unforgettable experience.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Las Vegas, needless to say, is an amazing place for outdoor activities. Be it parks or recreational centers, you are sure to be spoiled for choice. The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a well-known haunt for photography enthusiasts and visitors will also get to take pictures of the colorful and very unique rock formations as well as go hiking or take a scenic 13-mile drive around the attraction. There is an abundance of wildlife, flora and fauna at the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at Bellagio if you like nature and while many come to Downtown Container Park for shopping and dining, suffice to say, there is a very nice playground for children to play in in the area. Mount Charleston is an 11,918 feet quiet retreat away from all the buzz of downtown Las Vegas and it has activities like camping, hiking and horseback riding for everyone to enjoy. Visitors should take advantage of tours like Grand Canyon by Red Rock Canyon Tours, McGhie’s Guide on bicycles and Hike This! The trained professionals will take visitors around to some of Las Vegas best outdoor attractions and parks safely whether it is on a bike, scooter, horseback or ATV. The weather can be punishing under the Las Vegas hot summer skies so you may also add kayaking and canoeing with Evolution Expedition Kayak Tours and River Dogz to your list of things to do when visiting Las Vegas. Other options includes river rafting and tubing together with Western River Expeditions and Black Canyon River Adventure.
- Other Points of Interest — For that adrenaline rush, book yourself a spot with Exotics Racing which is held about 20 minutes drive away from Las Vegas’ The Strip. It will give you the chance to experience the power and versatility of the original supercar driving and nothing beats professional real time coaching. Other extreme tours are offered by teams like World Class Driving, Dream Racing and of course, if you need to tick ‘skydiving’ off your list of things to do in Las Vegas, give Vegas Extreme Skydiving a call.
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