5 Things To Do In Las Vegas If You Don’t Want To Party 0 109

The Neon/Mob Museum  

If you love visiting museums and learning about the history, arts and culture of places around the world, then the Neon Museum should be first on your list! This non-profit museum, founded in 1996, is devoted to gathering, preserving, and examining famous vintage Las Vegas signs.

  • The museum recommends day tours for children ages 10+ due to rusty metal and broken glass. Night tours are recommended for ages 12+

The Brilliant! experience is a show that takes visitors on an interactive journey through the history of Las Vegas, with the use of sights and sounds. The show is done with projection mapping; in other words, an image is projected onto the signs making for an interactive augmented reality. Brilliant!

  • Brilliant! Is located in the North Gallery and is approximately 40 minutes long. Tickets can be purchased online in advance.

If you decide to book a tour of the Boneyard be sure to also check out the Mob Museum. This non-profit, National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement has a mission to expand the public’s understanding of crime, and its impact on American society. The museum features interactive exhibits and unique artifacts found inside an old restored courthouse building.

Creamberry

Ever wondered where you could try those amazing “Instagrammable” desserts that everyone keeps sharing? Now you know! Established in 2016, Creamberry Las Vegas is a one-of-a-kind dessert shop that allows you to customize a variety of sweets and treats.

This cute little shop is best known for their famous cotton candy burritos. Choose from a variety of tropical or classic flavors! Creamberry features an extensive collection of 22 premium ice cream or sorbet flavors and a number of more than 20 incredible toppings!

Other popular desserts include Taiwanese honey toast box, Taiwanese Snow Ice, and the egg-shaped Puff Waffles. In addition, this ice cream parlor also specializes in Rolled Ice Cream, Rolled Tacos, Shaved Ice, Acai Bowls, Halo Halo, macaroons, and so much more.

Desert Adventures Kayak Tours

If you want something done right, you’ve got to do it yourself, right? Well, it is for Desert Adventures established in 2004 and located in Boulder City, NV. The demand for better backcountry adventures and services inspired the creation of this company. Their tours include  hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, and even ziplines!

What makes this company so wonderfully unique is that the tours are customized to fit your abilities and schedule. The same people who speak with you and book your trips might very well end up being your tour guides! Be sure to ask a lot of questions; the guides are well-trained and experienced in what they do and make great recommendations.

What makes this company so wonderfully unique is that the tours are customized to fit your abilities and schedule. The same people who speak with you and book your trips might very well end up being your tour guides! Be sure to ask a lot of questions; the guides are well-trained and experienced in what they do and make great recommendations.

Further down, there is a sandy beach perfect for a picnic lunch and a wonderfully refreshing swim. Once back inside the kayak, you’ll make your way back to Willow Beach, where your tour will come to an end. If you love the sound of this tour, be sure to check this and many other adventure tours Desert Adventures has to offer.

Seven Magic Mountains

Journey through the desert in search of Nevada’s most unique display of public art created by the Internationally known Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. The Seven Magic Mountains are made up of seven individual towers stacked high with brightly colored boulders. They express a deep sense of human creativity in the desert as well as the perfect pop of color.

The artwork was open to the public on May 11, 2016 and was actually supposed to be up on display for only two years. After its incredible and unexpected success, the artist greatly desired to find a way to leave it up. Although it hasn’t been confirmed officially, the display is guaranteed to stay up through 2018.

The Seven Magic Mountains is located approximately 10 miles south of the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and St. Rose Parkway in Henderson, Nevada. Just a short distance from Jean Dry Henderson, Nevada. The exhibit is free and open to the public, and the hours are from sunrise to sunset.

  • It’s important to note that there are no restrooms at the site; the nearest restroom is five miles away.

Fremont East District

If you happen to change your mind about going out but you still want to keep it contained, then, you need to check out the Fremont East District. This entertainment district is made up of six blocks from Las Vegas Boulevard East to 8th Street and from Ogden Street South to Carson.

Founded in 2002, by the city of Las Vegas, Fremont East District is a pedestrian-friendly community of different street-life, local businesses, cafes, retail shops, and places to eat. In addition, there is also an amazing nightlife scene and a younger crowd to go along with it. Enjoy a diverse range of casinos, piano bars, singing patrons, artsy cafes, and poetry jams.

Be sure to check out Emergency Arts, home to a blossoming art scene, absolutely the first of its kind, located in the old Fremont Medical Building. Outside of container park, the Emergency Arts center is a place to artist groups to come together for the sake and love of art. Your curiosity is welcome; be sure to wander in and check it all out!

Las Vegas is in fact one of the wildest places to visit in the United States. What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas, right?! That may be the case but Vegas has so much more to offer, aside from the casinos and bars. If you have been avoiding Las Vegas due to its notorious reputation, consider giving the city a second look. We are positively sure you’re gonna love it out here!

 

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