Find fun at every turn on a Las Vegas trip. From championship golf courses and award-winning museums, to scenic byways and national landmarks, there’s more to the Neon Capital of the World than just the Strip. Pick your favorite experience, buckle up, and discover new attractions and things to do in and around Las Vegas.uccess.
Take A Swing At Las Vegas Golf
- Paiute Golf Resort
The PGA-approved golf resort is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe and is the first multicourse facility built on Native American land.
- Angel Park Golf Club
At an elevation of almost 3,000 feet, the stunning golf club features two championship courses, lighted night golf, and striking views of the Las Vegas Valley.
- Chimera Golf Club
The lush golf club is an oasis in the desert, offering well-manicured fairways, challenging putting surfaces, and a great value for the round.
Wander Las Vegas Museums
- The Neon Museum
Dedicated to preserving iconic Las Vegas signs, the nonprofit campus is home to the Neon Boneyard, featuring more than 50 restored and 200 unrestored signs.
- The Mob Museum
Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the provocative, cutting-edge attraction tells the story of organized crime and its impact on American society.
- National Atomic Testing Museum
The Smithsonian Affiliate presents the history of America’s nuclear weapons testing program at the Nevada Test Site, with exhibits on the development of the atomic bomb.
Drive The Scenic Byways
- White Domes Road
While every drive in the Valley of Fire is striking, the 5.7-mile scenic byway snakes through extreme backcountry wilderness and sculpted sand dunes.
- Las Vegas Strip
Cut directly through the action on America’s only nighttime byway, a nearly 5-mile drive offering thrilling views of hot spots and neon-lit points of interest.
- Red Rock
Canyon Scenic Drive The conservation area features a 13-mile byway through spectacular sandstone cliffs, colorful rock formations, and remote desert landscape.
Take A Day Trip To Boulder City
- Lake Mead
Created by the Hoover Dam, America’s largest reservoir features more than 750 miles of pristine shoreline and is the first national recreation area of its kind in the country.
- Hoover Dam
Located on the Arizona- Nevada border, the National Historic Landmark is a world-renowned structure and an engineering marvel offering magnificent vistas.
- Sloan Canyon
The 48,000-acre national conservation area protects a portion of southern Nevada’s Mojave Desert and features a variety of outdoor activities including biking, hiking, and more.
See Where To Stay In Las Vegas
Visit RCI.com/Vegas to see all of your resort and hotel options — these four are a great place to start.