"Las Vegas is famous for its flashy casinos, resorts and clubs, but this entertainment oasis has a lot more to offer, from fascinating history to unique dining experiences, and I love exploring it with our guests."
See Las Vegas from the High Roller, the world's tallest observation wheel
Standing at more than 167 metres, the High Roller isn’t your typical Ferris wheel. It’s actually the tallest in the world, and you’ll marvel at the incredible 360-degree views over the Strip, the Las Vegas Valley and the surrounding desert as we take you on an unforgettable 30-minute ride in one of the air-conditioned compartments.
Learn about the desert playground of Las Vegas history
Ever wondered how Las Vegas came to be the entertainment capital it is today? We’ll dive into the city’s incredible history, starting with an optional guided tour of Hoover Dam and the largest man-made reservoir in the US, which brought thousands of workers and entertainers to the area, before discovering the Age of Glamour, casinos, the Strip and the Mob.
Enjoy a drink at one of Vegas's famous cocktail bars
In a city that’s famed for its non-stop partying, you can’t come to Vegas without checking out the world-class cocktail bars. It’s time to let down your hair and indulge in some sinfully good cocktails, and we’ll let you in on all the best spots from luxury lounges and secret bars, to celebrity haunts that once hosted the likes of Frank Sinatra and Barbara Streisand.
Explore the Fremont Street Experience
As the city’s first street and casino corridor, Fremont Street is one of the very best places to visit in Las Vegas. It’s absolutely packed with history and dazzling attractions, and we’ll take you on an amazing experience to see all the extravagant casinos, wedding chapels, stunning light shows, fantastic museums and live music of the ‘Glitter Gulch’.
Take an optional helicopter flightseeing trip above Las Vegas
Of all the things to do in Las Vegas, it doesn’t get much more thrilling than a helicopter ride at night. We give you the chance to get the ultimate view of the whole city glowing in the dark, with your pilot pointing out the iconic hotels and casinos along the Strip, the 350-metre Stratosphere Tower and the brilliant Luxor space beam.
Our top 5 things to do in Las Vegas
Ready to dive into the fun and games of Sin City? We’ve got the inside scoop on all the very best Las Vegas attractions, from the High Roller to the finest cocktail bars.
The Mob Museum
Housed in the federal courthouse that once trialled mobsters, you’ll dive into the history of organised crime in Sin City at the Mob Museum. With fascinating mob artefacts, FBI equipment and interactive exhibits, you’ll learn about Al Capone, J. Edgar Hoover and more, and even hear FBI interviews with some of the world’s most notorious gangsters.
The Neon Museum
In a city built on neon lights, you can’t miss checking out the Neon Museum, dedicated to preserving the iconic signs of Las Vegas. You can wander the Neon Boneyard, where neon signs come to retire, marvelling at the vintage treasures like the Silver Slipper, the Binion’s Horseshoe and famous signage from Stardust, Caesars Palace and more.
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Set in the Cultural Corridor of Las Vegas, this incredible museum has just about everything from the treasures of ancient Egypt to mammals from all over the world. You can see a real woolly mammoth tooth, giant whale models hanging from the ceiling, and even amazing prehistoric creatures like dinosaurs, a saber-tooth cat and a giant ground sloth.
Best museums in Las Vegas
Our Las Vegas trips will show you around all the fascinating museums where you can learn about everything from the history of the Mafia to the city’s amazing vintage neon signs.
It doesn’t get more classic than a shrimp cocktail. This timeless appetizer shot to stardom from the 60s to the 80s, but it’s still as popular as ever in Las Vegas. Made with cooked and chilled shrimp, served in a parfait glass with cocktail sauce and a lemon wedge, the iconic shrimp cocktail gives you a taste of the Vegas Golden Age and the cocktail parties of old.
Tip your hat to Frank Sinatra with this exquisite dessert at his namesake restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas. Created by a chef who used to cook for Sinatra, the dessert is made with chocolate mousse shaped like Sinatra’s famous fedora, and it’s almost too lovely to eat. Surrounded by swinging music and mementos, this will be a meal to remember.
Lemon Ricotta Cookies
If you’re looking for the ultimate celebrity chef dining experience in Las Vegas, we suggest heading to GIADA where Giada De Laurentiis dishes up her mouthwatering Italian cuisine. Whatever you order, don’t miss out on her famous cookies, made with zesty lemon and ricotta cheese, with a decadent lemon glaze drizzled on top. Simply bliss!
Best food in Las Vegas
The buffets, the fine dining, the celebrity chefs… Food is a big deal in Sin City and our Las Vegas tours will show you all the best places to indulge to your heart’s content.
What to pack for Las Vegas
Whether you hit the casino or the cocktail bars in this 24-hour party city, you're sure to need a glitzy outfit (or two!) on your Las Vegas holiday.
From the legendary buffets to the gorgeous fine dining experiences, you’ll need to bring your appetite when you take on Sin City.
Las Vegas is famed for its lush poolside bars and glamorous pool parties, so bring your favourite swimsuit and dive in!
With more than 300 days of sunshine every year, be sure to pack plenty of sunscreen, plus a hat and sunglasses to protect your skin in this desert oasis.
Whether you indulge in a few too many cocktails, or too much desert heat, electrolyte sachets are essential in Vegas to stay hydrated and keep your energy levels up.