If you are looking for out-of-the-ordinary ideas for a Las Vegas trip, you’ve come to the right place. Sure, you can do what everyone does on a Vegas trip, but that’s boring; instead, mix it up a bit! Here are 3 unique things to do in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Unique Things to do in Las Vegas
What happens in Sin City stays in Sin City, right? Eh, we guess. Why not do something unique that you can talk about when you get home. If you are tired of the same old standard Vegas activities, this trip guide isn’t for you.
Hey, there’s nothing wrong with indulging in some legal fun, be it gambling or otherwise. But, if you want to step outside of the ordinary, and skip the casino scene, or the show scene, the pool scene, the more risque parts of Vegas, or otherwise, there’s a multitude of unique things to do on a Las Vegas trip.
We’ve found several fun Vegas activities that are truly memorable and unique. After you’ve lost a few hundred bucks at the tables, make sure you’ve saved some money for these unique Vegas activities including racing some fast and fun cars, going full Rambo mode and relaxing in an ice bar to ease your sore muscles.
Get your speedracer on
When lambo? Pardon the crypto reference, but at Dream Racing guests can drive a variety of supercars including the jaw-dropping Lamborghini. Yes, the Dream Racing experience is truly a one-of-a-kind thrill ride for those looking to amp up their Vegas experience. With 5, 7, and 10 lap packages, guests can drive Porsches, Ferraris, McClaren’s, Maserati’s and just about everything in between.
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Go full Rambo mode
Sure, you can go to any number of gun ranges in Vegas, but how about driving a frickin tank! If you want to try something truly unique on your Vegas trip, take the day and visit Battlefield Vegas where you put some serious rounds downrange. Grenade launchers, howitzers, 50 cal sniper rifles, and yes, even an M60A1 Tank. This Vegas experience is totally epic and totally worth the pricey cost. But, it is also totally unique and worth every penny!
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The Full Ice-kimo experience
After a day on the battlefield in the hot Vegas desert, cool off with the full Ice-kimo experience at the Minus5 Ice Bar. Located at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, the Ice Bar gives you a parka, gloves and something for your ears when you arrive. Sip cool drinks from glasses made of ice and regale your buddies about the tank you drove earlier in the day!
Make a reservation at the Minus5 Ice Bar Here
Other out of the ordinary ideas for Las Vegas
If you are looking for even more out of the ordinary ideas for a Las Vegas trip, consider these truly unique things to in Las Vegas:
- Play a round of Golf on a Scottish replica Golf Course – can’t make it to Scotland? No problem. You can play a round of golf at the Royal Links Golf Club and experience many of the same famous holes you’ve seen on TV.
- Open Door Helicopter Tour – gulp! Hang those toes out the helo as you fly around the glitzy Vegas lights. Wowser.
- The Mob Museum. The Vegas Mob Museum is a fun look back to an era when the mob ran Las Vegas.
- Vegas Fight Tour. For the ultimate fight fan, a Vegas Fight Tour lets you hit all the major UFC fighting stop in Vegas. Who knows maybe you’ll run into the Iceman like we did! Book your tour here.
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Shelby Heritage Center and Pinball Hall of Fame are often overlooked as well.
I’ve heard good things about the Pinball hall of fame too.
The Nevada State Museum is really impressive, with everything from a living off the grid in the desert exhibit to native animals, a nature trail, a reconstructed railroad town and an indoor more traditional museum. It’s pretty great. OTOH, Battlefield Vegas looks pretty amazing in a more traditionally guy, testosterone-driven way. I’d love to fire a sniper rifle through a cinder block at 200 meters.
Don’t we all want to do that? 😉
Good tip on NSM! Thanks.