Dinner in the Sky
4750 South Procyon Avenue
Get strapped into a seat and hoisted 180 feet into the air for a three-course meal. The 200-foot-high steel tower accommodates 22 diners nightly.
Dream Racing at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway
7000 Las Vegas Boulevard North
Former racecar drivers Enrico Bertaggia and Adriano de Micheli are offering aspiring racers classroom training sessions and five high-speed laps around the track (think 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds in street-illegal cars, like the Ferrari F430 GT). Full Throttle instruction, plus 36 laps, helicopter transport and a Dream Racing Black Card with priority privileges are also an option.
The High Roller
3545 Las Vegas Boulevard South
The largest observation wheel in the world brings the Las Vegas Strip to new heights. At 550 feet, the High Roller is taller than the London Eye and the Singapore Flyer. Get those cameras ready!
Nevada Ballet Theatre
1651 Inner Circle
For over 40 years, the Nevada Ballet Theatre is one of the city’s most beloved treasures of classical dance and the state’s oldest performing arts organizations.
3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Chinese-produced extravaganza panda! takes audiences on a journey to the Far East from the comfort of their seats at the Palazzo. The show features high-flying acrobatics and Kung Fu performers, perfect for kids but sure to impress adults as well.
The Neon Museum
770 Las Vegas Boulevard North
The two-acre Neon Museum—which is home to more than 150 classic signs—could be a venue of choice for private events. But if it’s a history lesson you’re looking for, a guided tour through Neon Boneyard, the museum’s outdoor exhibition space, is worth a visit.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts
361 Symphony Park Avenue
Catch the season’s best musicals and shows inside the $470 million Smith Center for the Performing Arts. The 2,050-seat concert hall features chocolate-colored mohair seats, a 17-story campanile with 47 bronze bells and a venue decked out in limestone, Italian marble and zebrawood.