Las Vegas’ Shows for KidsBy admin | May 5th, 2011 | Category: Entertainment, September 2009, Travel | No Comments »
Las Vegas is all about the many beautiful attractions and spectacular shows to see. It has many children’s shows that make kids dream to see this beautiful city. There’s no room for boredom when kids visit Las Vegas. The city offers them so many spectacular shows, exciting activities, and beautiful sceneries. Las Vegas is also well loved by kids. Consider some of these tourist spots when planning to bring your kids to Las Vegas:
Area 51 is one of the most popular Las Vegas attractions for kids. It is the most popular secret air base on the planet. Area 51 also accommodates UFOs and alien bodies discovered from the Roswell. Roswell is where the New Mexico flying saucers crash. Engineers of alien spacecraft have a lot of stories which tell of several sightings of foreign and unknown flying objects in the night skies. This somehow carries guests to investigate the town of Rachel, Nevada. This town is located at the Extraterrestrial Highway.
Rachel is also visible to the Area 51 Research Center. Furthermore, inside is also a nice little cafe named the Little a Le Inn. This is more known as Groom Lake and Dreamland. It was considered to be the image location of the stealth fighter. Additionally, this unpopular air base is also nestled into many dry lake beds in the location which gives numerous testing facts for high-safety developed aircraft.
The Azure Mermaid Show
The Mermaid Show is an underwater fantasy story told via mermaids and mermen every Wednesday to Sunday evening on the hour. The Olympic medalists of synchronized swimming perform in the water every time. Their choreographed movements always amuse the audience.
This show is adjacent to the Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge at the Silverton Lodge. It houses the 117,000 gallon aquarium. This huge saltwater tank has over 8000 tropical fish and pretty corals.
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
The Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World is a sporting goods store offering all kinds of wildlife settings. This is somehow the same with a native history museum. They would also find a fighting bull moose, a lion’s pride, a two story giraffe, and a bear’s den.
There is also a boating and fishing area. There is a makeshift ocean with realistic sharks, whales, and other underwater animals floating overhead. There’s also a live bass saltwater tank and some smaller aquariums around the store that fill the outdoor motif. Kids who love the outdoors will love to see this place.
Bugsy Segal Memorial
The Bugsy Segal Memorial is found in a small grotto behind the Flamingo Hilton Hotel. There is a plaque placed within which is dedicated to a man who enthused the formation of Las Vegas. However, this Los Angeles mobster occurred while Flamingo Hotel was still under construction. Furthermore, that man decided to buy the unfinished property, and from there its history started.
China Ranch Date Farm
This ranch farm is a wonderful natural oasis located at the Nevada – California boundary. It is filled with western history amidst the small working farm. It also provides an unusual collection of fresh grown dates and yummy baked goods.
The large date palms wearing women’s skirts are a sight to see. The clear colored petticoats keep the birds at bay and away from the visitors. There is a short walking path leading to the palm grove.
After the tour, you can stop at the gift shop which sells fresh chocolate chip date cookies and date nut bread. It is near Death Valley from Las Vegas and the location near the farm has plenty of discarded mines and scenic cliffs.
The Old Spanish Trail is also nearby. It is a historic Tonopah & Tidewater railroad bed. There’s also a natural Tecopa hot springs near the ranch where people from different places spend some time to relax.
Written by David H. Urmann