Las Vegas is a city that’s larger than life, with dazzling architecture and sparkling lights that showcase world-class gaming, dining and entertainment. Most hotels are major tourist attractions in their own right – you can visit an Egyptian sphinx, relax at the beach, or ride a roller coaster around the Manhattan skyline, all in a single afternoon.
Things to do in Las Vegas
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A Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas shares tips to make your stay a memorable one, from where to create your own perfume to the best shopping spots.
7 Things to Do in Las Vegas With Kids
Head outdoors, catch a show and hit the pool with these family-friendly suggestions from Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas.
Located in historic downtown Las Vegas, the Smith Center is a performing arts venue that features performances by local arts groups, first-run touring attractions and Broadway productions. Resident companies include the Las Vegas Philharmonic and Nevada Ballet Theatre. For additional information or ticketing assistance, contact the Concierge at (702) 632-5300.
Stroll along the famous Las Vegas Boulevard, also known as the strip, and experience some of the world's most famous landmarks and exotic destinations. A photo in front of the iconic Welcome to Las Vegas sign is a must!
The Mob Museum is an interactive Museum dedicated to the history of organized crime and law enforcement. The museum presents a bold and authentic view of organized crime’s impact on Las Vegas history, as well as its unique imprint on America and the world.
Crystals at City Center
Browse upscale boutiques arrayed within an abstract 21st-century park, complete with renowned retailers, unique galleries and signature restaurants. The Art of Richard MacDonald, at Crystals, showcases merchandise in vitrines off the main lobby at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas.
The Neon Museum is dedicated to preserving the rich history of Las Vegas’ iconic art form, the neon sign. Located in downtown Las Vegas, the Neon Museum has been preserving signs since 1996.
The Fremont Street Experience
The Fremont Street Experience combines vintage Vegas with Viva Vision, a high-tech canopy and light show with stunning visual and sound effects. Thrill seekers can breeze right beneath the Viva Vision canopy on a zip line ride.
Get up close and personal with the ocean’s most dangerous predators and rarest creatures – from sharks to sawfish, endangered green sea turtles to the rare golden crocodile – in 1.6 million gallons of water.
Las Vegas is the gambling capital of the world, with the majority of the world’s largest casinos all centred on the Las Vegas strip. Want to try your luck? Options include poker, craps, blackjack, baccarat, roulette, slot machines and much more. Las Vegas is also home to the popular World Series of Poker.
NASCAR Weekend is held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway each March. Highlights include the Hauler Parade, in which large trucks carrying gear for the event make their way down the world-famous Las Vegas strip, and the Neon Garage, an on-site area that provides unprecedented access to NASCAR drivers and teams.
Live Music & Events
Enjoy live music events ranging from large-scale arena tours to intimate concerts, limited engagements and resident shows. The Mandalay Bay Events Center welcomes arena concerts and events while other venues within the Mandalay Bay complex feature a roster of world-class DJs, visiting artists as part of the Mandalay Beach Concert Series and resident performances such as Carlos Santana.
Ultimate Fighting Championship
Las Vegas is home to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), with an ongoing schedule of top bouts in the city throughout the year. Many UFC fights are filmed for live television. Guests can also enjoy fan expos and other exciting interactive events with the assistance of our Concierge.
Downtown Arts District
Located in historic downtown Las Vegas, the Arts District features a diverse mix of art galleries, quirky shops, bars and restaurants. The district is conveniently located just a short walk or bus ride from Fremont Street.
National Atomic Testing Museum
In the desert north of Las Vegas, experience what it felt like to observe a nuclear test in Ground Zero Theater and learn the history of the Nevada Test Site at the National Atomic Testing Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
Las Vegas Design Center
Located on the campus of World Market Center, Las Vegas Design Center is the region’s premier destination for home fashions. Explore more than 40 showrooms offering a variety of comprehensive interior design resources, including fine furniture, fabrics, lighting solutions, floor coverings, wall décor and decorative accessories. Las Vegas Design Center is open to the public Monday through Friday.
Designed to resemble a European village, Town Square is an open-air shopping, dining and entertainment centre development on 117 acres along Las Vegas Boulevard, less than 3 miles (5 kilometres) from Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. Highlights include a playground for children and special seasonal events for visitors of all ages.
Chinatown is a series of strip malls featuring a diverse collection supermarkets and gift shops along Spring Mountain Road in Las Vegas. The area is especially known for its concentration of more than 60 restaurants within a 3-mile (5-kilometre) stretch, including a diverse array of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese eateries. Raku and Monta Ramen, both Japanese restaurants, are highly recommended and are especially popular for late-night dining.