Thanksgiving is arguably one of the events we most look forward to in the year. It’s the perfect pre-cursor to Christmas and a great time to catch up with our nearest and dearest. But this year, rather than a typical dinner at home with all the worries and problems that come along with hosting such a big event, why not visit Vegas?
The city is, of course, known for its crazy party lifestyle – clubs, casinos and much, much more. However, there’s a side of Las Vegas that really goes under the radar. Pocket Vegas Visitor Map & Guide is your definitive handbook to exploring every facet of Sin City, whether crazy or chilled.
Las Vegas boats theme park attractions galore with the Adventuredome at Circus Circus, which features its world-renowned rollercoaster, and the Big Shot at Stratosphere Hotel and Casino being particular favourites. There are even skydiving opportunities, of both the extreme and indoor kind for thrill seekers wanting to mark the holiday with something extra special.
Don’t forget the city’s cultural exhibitions and attractions. The BODIES exhibition attracts people from all over the world. More than 200 actual human bodies are on display, carefully preserved to give visitors an insight into the human body. If you like history, the Titanic exhibition is an absolute must – and certainly goes further into the tragic night the ship sank on its maiden voyage than any film or television series ever will. There are also a range of art collections in Vegas, which feature world-class pieces of work. Galleries include the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art and the CityCenter Fine Art gallery.
Las Vegas will always be known for its casinos, clubs and hotels – but Pocket Vegas can also help you explore the city’s hidden intricacies!