When people think about the city of Las Vegas, they usually think about an expensive cash-grabbing hub. This might partly be because of the large towering hotels, expensive bars and restaurants, and huge casinos. What most people do not know, however, is that there are many amazing activities, tours, and other things in Las Vegas which you can do and absolutely enjoy for/with less than one hundred dollars.
Things you can do in Las Vegas for less than $100 include:
The Neon Museum
With daytime tours available for adults with specific discounts for as low as $19, the Neon Museum is one of the best and cheapest places to visit in Las Vegas. It is also one of the most unique locations in Las Vegas, as it showcases old and discarded neon signs. Everyone knows Las Vegas is a city of neon lights, so a visit to the Neon Museum will be just like a blast to the past.
A Helicopter Tour of the Las Vegas Strip
If you think you can’t afford a helicopter tour of the Strip, think again. There are many tour services like Vegas Nights and City Lights that can offer you a 20-mile aerial trip above the Las Vegas skyline. They have amazing offers that range from as low as $37 to $99. You get to enjoy breathtaking and mind blowing views of the neon lights that brighten the Las Vegas Strip.
Visit the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck
You don’t have to go all the way to the city of love to see the Eiffel Tower – there’s a replica in Sin City that’s just as good as the real thing. It might even be better, because the one in Las Vegas offers you full 360-degree views of Las Vegas. It’s also one of the best vantage points to witness the wonder of the Fountains of Bellagio. You can enjoy all of this for as low as $16.
Enjoy Some of the Amazing Food Sold Downtown
If you want to enjoy amazing Las Vegas cuisine, you don’t have the break the bank by dining at the locations on the Strip. Make your way to Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas and enjoy cheap and equally amazing food. You can even make an adventure out of it by trying out new items and discovering new food spots. The most of the food is relatively cheap and you could have a full tummy for less than $20. Catch it at the right time and you can see the free concerts and free overhead shows.
Visit the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
While Las Vegas might not be known for its expansive art scene like New York City, it tries its best, and the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is proof of that. It is an amazing museum for people who want to feast their eyes on art by world-famous artists. There are also private collections that feature never before seen in public art.
Relive your childhood at the Midway in Circus Circus
With world-class free circus shows and dollar games with prizes for the winner, the Midway offers fun for all ages. While the Midway has changed through the years, its evolution hasn’t altered the charm and carnival feel under the ‘Big Top’. Done with the games? Head over to the Adventuredome for the pink-tinged thrill rides. Tickets for all day rides are dependent on your height, but expect to pay around $34 for an adult or $20 for children.
Step Back in Time at the Tournament of Kings
The Tournament of Kings is the ultimate show experience that even includes dinner. Adapted from the tale of King Arthur, this live-action production takes place in a 900-seat theater-in-the-round arena and immerses the audience in a tale of valor and treachery, complete with horses! You’ve probably seen the actors in action if you’ve been rooting for the Las Vegas Golden Knights. Tickets range between $44 for tickets and $55 for dinner and the show.
On a budget? – No problem. You can try out one or as many items or activities from this list as you want. It is indeed possible to have the best time of your life in Las Vegas without necessarily breaking the bank.