The only way to ensure that you don’t miss some of these incredible showcases and activities is to catch them before it’s too late. Some Las Vegas attractions are seasonal or have a limited timeframe.
Before the curtain closes on these incredible Vegas exhibits, shows, pop-up shops and seasonal activities, make a plan to visit these stellar attractions as part of your next Las Vegas adventure.
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One of the most popular exhibits in Las Vegas, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at the Luxor Hotel and Casino has more than 250+ authentic artifacts, including breathtaking replicas from the passenger liner. This exhibit truly brings the story of the Titanic and the liner to life and includes personal passenger stories.
No bones about it, you’ll gain a greater appreciation and understanding for the miracle of the human body here. This exhibit showcases real, full bodies and organs that have been preserved through an innovative process, allowing visitors to view the human form in a rarely seen, three-dimensional posture.
The Smith Center Performances
From Broadway performances to intimate concerts, there’s a rotating roster of talent and shows held at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, located downtown, throughout the season. Be sure to check out the listings and catch your favorite show before it’s too late! VEGAS ON gives you a tour of this world-class performing arts center.
An authentic reproduction of the famous Egyptian pharaoh’s tomb – down to the exact measurements. See replicas of 3,000-year-old artifacts such as gold leaves, precious pigments and tools.
Discover how the cultural icon of Barbie launched in 1959 and experienced tremendous growth over the years, quickly becoming a fashion icon. During the exhibit, you’ll see how this doll became a household name with a first-hand glimpse at the vintage dolls, artifacts, and even a life-sized version of the Barbie Mirror Pink Corvette. Discover how Barbie was at the cutting edge of fashion and society and today inspires children to imagine everything they can become with their wide variety of dolls.
The stunning displays change every season plus Chinese New Year, each using only real flowers that are consistently transformed to create a genuine, breathtaking masterpiece. A horticulture staff of 120 maintains the Botanical Gardens and can achieve seasonal designs by selecting flowers that complement the trees, gazebos, bridges and ponds.
Art murals in DTLV
Each year new murals appear during the Life Is Beautiful festival, which takes place every September in Downtown Las Vegas. Artists flock to the city to celebrate through various installations. It’s all part of the culture of Las Vegas.
For some frightening fun, head to Downtown Las Vegas. With Halloween haunts, flash mobs and free themed entertainment nightly, Fremont Street is the perfect place to enjoy spirits.
Have no fear. OK, maybe just a little. The haunted house at Vegas Fright Nights at Opportunity Village is here! Don’t miss this annual Halloween tradition. It’s a treat for the whole family.
Holiday Magic at The LINQ Promenade
The LINQ turns into a winter wonderland with festive décor, family fun, and a sparkling holiday light show on the High Roller observation wheel. This holiday spectacle is complemented by an array of dining, activities and retailers throughout the open-air district.
Ice skating at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (winter) and “dive-in” movies (summer)
During the winter months, the rooftop Boulevard Pool is transformed into a 4,200-square-foot ice rink and was named one of USA Today’s 10 best skating rinks in North America. During the summer months, the marquee becomes a giant screen every Monday night for “dive-in” movies. So, take a dip into the pool, relax, and enjoy your favorite classic and blockbuster films.
This winter-themed magical forest takes place at the Las Vegas Ballpark and Resorts World Las Vegas is perfect for the whole family. Dash through 10 acres of adventure and a magical village – a true maze of light, art and beauty. Don’t forget photos with Mr. and Mrs. Claus!