Don't listen to anyone who says Las Vegas isn't family-friendly—a number of attractions suitable for ages 4-94 can be found right on the Strip, as well as in Las Vegas' outlying areas. So, get the whole family together and take a tour of these fun finds.
These sleek creatures are the main focus, but don't miss the Gila monster, moon jellies and sea turtles that also call the reef home. For the more adventurous, ask about feeding the animals and diving with the sharks.
The attention to detail paid when creating the stars' likenesses is nothing short of astounding—snap away with your camera and let 'em think its the real thing. Let the kids mug with today's hottest stars; older folks can mingle with classic Vegas stars.
Feel the call of the jungle and pull up an animal seat while enjoying rainforest-themed meals. Kids of all ages love the animatronic animals seen throughout the restaurant.
With a chicken leg in one hand and the other slapping the table, you'll heartily root on your king in a series of jousting battles and other contests of skill. Don't be shy, be heard—it's the perfect environment to let it all hang out.
Who can resist four levels of chocolate-covered goodness? Not many, judging by the number of yellow M&M bags we see on the Strip every day. We suggest you start at the top level and make your way down (more people congregate on the bottom levels); don't miss the 3D movie "I Lost My M in Las Vegas" along the way.
A no brainer in the summertime, this water park has a kid's playland that'll keep little tykes busy for hours. You may just delight in it as well. Best bet: Go first thing in the morning, as it only gets busier as the day goes on.
This delightful outdoor shopping center has a number of activities to keep kids busy while adults shop. The Children’s Park is home to a Pop Jet fountain where kids can splash and play in the water, a tree house located within a 42-foot-tall live oak tree, slides, hedge maze, playhouses and more.
We love how Mac King's show is all about fun. Whether he's playing with goldfish, masked in the "cloak of invisibility" or showing off his sleight-of-hand, you'll clamor to be on-stage with him. Sit as close as you can.
A place to marvel and play, the centerpiece here is a treehouse with a 33-foot-tall slide, a NEOS play system and a wet zone. Have something to eat, explore the shops and join the kids in playtime fun.
The exhibits are educational, but the experience is nothing but fun—kids can learn about everything from the world of patents to creating a sustainable lifestyle, as well as discover the worlds of art and science. There are so many amazing exhibits, you'll want to start out here first thing in the morning to discover them all!