Titanic Artifact Exhibition


Described as a floating palace, the Titanic was deemed “unsinkable” by the White Star Line and its builders. But one cold night in April of 1912, the massive luxury liner struck an iceberg and slowly sank into the North Atlantic. Of the 2,228 passengers on board, more than 1,500 of them died. Since then, many items have been recovered and added to this 25,000-square-foot exhibit at the Luxor. Visitors can see passengers’ luggage, unopened bottles of champagne and part of the ship’s hull. You can even walk through recreated first- and third-class rooms featuring authentic furnishings. Read the list of passengers and find social activist Molly Brown and Jacob Astor IV, who built the Astoria Hotel in New York, among the immigrants who boarded the ship in hopes of a better life in America. For tickets please Click Here or call 702-262-4230.

Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage


Take a walk on the wild side where white tigers, white lions, leopards and dolphins enjoy the desert sun. Along the Vegas Strip is an attraction founded by legendary magicians Siegfried and Roy, who have strived to save many endangered animals. Here visitors can view these exotic breeds as well as the playful dolphins. Not only will you build your awareness, but also their habitats prevent the extinction of these animals. With lush scenery, including gorgeous waterfalls, and jungle-themed music, you will feel like you truly have entered a secret garden.

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Sirens of Treasure Island


Striking sword fights, exotic dance moves and the tale of a pirate held captive on Treasure Island are part of the show here. Risky high dives and the songs of tempting sirens are also part of the 18-minute performance, along with stunning choreography. The thrilling action-packed show is free and open to the public. Arrive early to get a great spot. Click Here for more information or call (702) 894-7111.

Vegas Indoor Skydiving


Have you always wanted to go skydiving but couldn’t bring yourself to jump out of a plane? Here is the opportunity for you. The Vegas Indoor Skydiving replicates the free-fall experience without the height or the parachute in its vertical wind tunnel. Winds of up to 120 mph let you fly under a wire netting that will send you up seven feet. For more information Click Here or call (702) 731-4768.

The Eiffel Tower Experience


Experience the Eiffel Tower in the heart of the Strip at Paris Las Vegas. At about half the size of the original, the tower reaches 50 stories high allowing travelers to view the entire Las Vegas valley from the observation deck 460 feet above the ground. Like the French structure, this replica has an enclosed observation deck with a glass elevator to admire the bright city below. For a romantic experience, guests can dine at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant on the 11th floor. The restaurant is available by reservation only. For more information Click Here or call (702) 948-6937.

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A Discovery Tour of Hoover Dam


Standing 725 feet above the Colorado River is Hoover Dam, and with a discovery tour, you can learn about its rich history while examining its construction. This tour will take you the generator room in the visitor center on the Nevada side and grant you access to its exhibits. On the way home, witness how chocolate is made at Ethel M Chocolate Factory and explore the greenery at the Botanical Cactus Gardens. The tour lasts about 6 hours (hotel to hotel). The transportation is by bus. Click Here for more information or call 866-983-4279.

Grand Canyon South Rim Adventure

View the rich hues and inspiring landscape of the Grand Canyon with this tour. On the way, your experienced driving tour guide will give fascinating facts of the South Rim’s geography and history. When you arrive, there will be a lunch buffet just outside of Grand Canyon National Park. This is just the beginning of the outstanding scenery you will see. Your trip will continue with a visit inside the park and stop at several viewpoints. The tour lasts about 13 hours (hotel to hotel) and the transportation is by bus. Breakfast and lunch is included. For more information Click Here or call 866-983-4279.

Lake Mead Cruise and Hoover Dam Discovery


Tour the west in a different means of transportation by traveling Lake Mead on a paddle-wheeler boat and see the Hoover Dam and the beautiful Arizona Paint Pots. This tour’s first stop is the Hoover Dam where you can learn about some of the greatest engineering achievements ever accomplished. From there, you will take a guided tour of the generator room inside the visitor’s center. After a 90 minute visit at the dam, you will then move to explore Lake Mead. Here, you will board the Desert Princess, a three-level paddle wheeler and enjoy learning about the largest man-made lake in the U.S. while viewing the lava fields and wildflowers of the surrounding scenery. Click Here for more information or call 866-983-4279.

A Wild West Sunset Dinner Ride


Come to the ranch and take a horseback ride like a real wild westerner. You will saddle up for a horseback ride for an hour and a half while exploring the desert of Nevada. Cross the same land that the Paiute American Indians and cowboys lived on years ago, learn how to herd cattle and end the day riding into a watercolor sunset. After a bar-b-q style dinner, roast marshmallows by the campfire. The tour is approximately five hours (hotel to hotel). For more information Click Here or call 866-983-4279.

Exotics Racing


The Exotics Racing School allows you to race a variety of sports cars. You can choose from a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche or Aston Martin, and then take it for the test run of a lifetime on a real racetrack. With one-on-one coaching from a professional trainer, you will push the car’s performance to the limits. After riding along the discovery laps in a Porsche Cayenne GTS, you will meet your instructor who sits in the passenger seat while you drive. Learn about steering techniques, driving position, braking and acceleration and proper racing lines. Don’t know how to drive a manual? No problem. All vehicles can be driven in automatic. For more information Click Here or call 866-983-4279.

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Today’s Weather in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has more than 300 days of sunshine every year, so there is little threat of inclement weather. In July, heat is the biggest issue with temperatures climbing into the hundreds and an average high of 105 degrees Fahrenheit. Low temperatures at night will be in the 80s.

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