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Organization Attraction (with Details)
Bellagio  Bellagio Lake Fountains Show (every half hour [M-F (3-8pm), Sa-Su (noon-8pm)] & every 15 minutes [daily, 8pm-midnight])
Bellagio large floral conservatory (24/7 near registration)
Bellagio  ten million dollar floral chandelier (24/7 at registration)
Caesars Palace  Fall of Atlantis (statues talk daily on the hour [10am-11pm(midnight F,Sa)])
Caesars Palace  Forum Shops (classic Roman street, ‘sky’ runs through a 24-hour cycle every hour)
Caesars Palace sea aquarium (24/7, feeding 3:15pm)
Caesars Palace spiraling escalators (24/7)
Caesars Palace statue of David (24/7)
Caesars Palace Trojan Horse (daily business hours of FAO Schwartz)
Circus Circus circus acts (every half hour [11am-midnight])
Circus Circus clown shows (daily [noon,2,4pm] at Adventuredome main stage)
Ethel M two self-guided tours through cactus garden & candy factory which includes candy tasting (daily [8:30am-7pm]; Sunset & Mountain Vista)
Fashion Show Mall The Cloud, sunshade with accompanying video screens (24/7)
Flamingo Wild Life Habitat & Arboretum (24/7)
Flyaway observe indoor skydiving (daily [9:45am-7:30pm]; 200 Convention Center Drive)
Fremont Street Fremont Street Experience, four-block overhead show (nightly on the hour [dusk-midnight])
Golden Nugget sizeable collection of real gold nuggets (24/7)
Hard Rock music memorabilia displays
Las Vegas Hilton Elvis statue, at main entrance
Las Vegas Hilton Scenic Elevator, at north end of hotel, at least 29 floors
Las Vegas Hilton
wallpaper above urinals displays women looking down expressively; in men’s restroom near cashiers cage
Liberace Museum admission for locals (second Sunday of each month [12-4pm], 1775 Tropicana E [798-5595], NV photo ID)
Luxor beautiful Egyptian motif (24/7, near registration)
Luxor impressive inside overlooks from upper floors
Luxor inclinator rides, elevators at 39 degrees (To ride, use inside fire escape to bypass lower floors.  Then use inside fire escape to selectively move up one floor to experience different sets of elevators.)
Main Street Station artifacts & antiques (24/7, brochure available at registration)
M. Barrick Museum native exhibits of SW US (M-F [8am-4:45pm], Sa [10am-2pm] at UNLV, 4505 Maryland Pkwy S [895-3381])
MGM lion habitat (daily [11am-10pm])
Rain Forest Cafe (daily [8am-11pm]), display of mechanical animals, two sizeable aquariums
Mirage atrium (24/7)
Mirage sea aquarium (24/7 behind registration)
Mirage volcanic eruption (daily every hour [7pm-midnight])
MonteLago Village MonteLago Village (24/7, sizeable Italian-style village)
Neon Museum outdoor gallery of refurbished casino signs on & near Fremont St (24/7)
Out of This World Out of This World Museum (private home paranormal museum at 3019 McLeod Dr run by Mike Kurban [call for hours 457-1377])
Pinball Hall
arcade of 200 new and old pinball machines, all playable by visitors daily from 11am -11pm, 1610 Tropicana E, children allowed to play, additional games can be won
Planet Hollywood
indoor thunderstorm on the hour on M,Tu,W,Th; on the half hour on F,Sa,Su
Rio Masquerade in the Sky (Th-Su [7,8,9,10,11pm,midnight])
Sam’s Town Sunset Stampede (daily [2,6,8,10pm])
Silverton sea aquarium, 117,000 gallon, 8,000 fish (24/7, fish feedings daily [1:30,4:30,7:30pm])
Silverton two sea aquariums, 500 gallons each, contain only jellyfish; in Mermaids Lounge
Silverton: Pro Bass Shops
museum quality displays: waterfalls, stuffed animals, etc. (M-Sa [9am-10pm], Su [10am-7pm] at Pro Bass Shops)
Treasure Island Sirens of TI (daily [7,8:30,10,11:30pm])
Treasures nude entertainment with free buffet and well drinks and/or domestic beer (daily [4-6pm], 2801 Westwood Drive [257-3030])
Venetian Grand Canal Shoppes, canalized Venetian shopping district on second floor (24/7)
Venetian Living Statues; 10am-6pm in St. Mark’s Square, noon-8pm at Ann Taylor
Venetian Venetian Carnaval performances; noon,1,2,4,5,6pm, St. Mark’s Square
Venetian The Venetian Trio; 6-10pm, St. Mark’s Square



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