Las Vegas is known for its nightlife, from nightclubs to casinos, but that’s far from all it has to offer! Whether you’re looking for some unique reasons to visit Las Vegas or some one-of-a-kind activities to add to your vacation, here are 10 off the beaten path things to do in Las Vegas this fall.
1. Meow Wolf Omega Mart
This interactive art exhibit offers a truly one-of-a-kind, memorable way to spend an afternoon. The exhibit begins with visitors entering a similar ordinary recreation of a supermarket, but hidden doors and elaborate passageways quickly transport you to a seemingly otherwordly experience. Tickets are available online.
2. Dig This!
Here’s a unique, hands-on option! You might think of theme parks as generally being more geared towards kids, but this park offers fun adults will love too! You can look forward to trying your hand at driving full-size construction equipment at Dig This. And for those visiting with kids, the park also offers kids’ digs!
3. Check Out The Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch
Looking to get into the fall – or Halloween – spirit? Check out this pumpkin patch! In addition to traditional pumpkin patches, visitors can also look forward to a carnival-like atmosphere and range of activities. This is a great choice for those who are traveling and may not be able to bring pumpkins back with them – the photos and memories you’ll make at attractions like the carnival rides more than makes up for it. Halloween Town is set to open October 1st.
4. Go On An ATV Tour
Looking for a one-of-a-kind experience for your trip? Try your hand at riding an ATV through the deserts surrounding Las Vegas. Fall is a great time to do so, as the weather has begun to cool down, so you won’t have to brave the heat. Tours such as the Las Vegas Dunes Tour also offer pick-up, making this a convenient option even if you don’t have a car.
5. The Neon Museum
One thing Las Vegas has become famous for is its bright, flashy signs, and the Neon Museum is a museum that’s dedicated to preserving such signs! Visiting here is a great option for those looking to add a bit of a more lowkey activity to their fall trip.
6. Hotel Fear Haunted House
Add some spooky fun (and frights) to your trip by visiting Asylum’s Hotel Fear Haunted House. This attraction is one of Las Vegas’s largest haunted houses and offers dozens of intricately designed rooms to create a truly immersive experience. Tickets are available online.
7. Zak Bagan’s Haunted Museum
Another great choice for those looking to add a spooky twist to their trip is a visit to Zak Bagan’s Haunted Musuem. This museum hosts a collection of a variety of supposedly haunted and cursed items. Even if you’re a skeptic, it can still be fun to learn about the legends behind some of them!
8. Valley Of Fire State Park
If you’ll have access to transportation, a trip out to Valley of Fire State Park can be a great way to mix things up during your time in Las Vegas! Located about an hour outside of the city, Valley of Fire State Park is home to stunning rock formations and ancient petroglyphs, and cooling fall temperatures are the perfect time to visit!
9. HalloVeen At The Magical Forest
If you’re looking for something to do with kids in Las Vegas this fall, consider checking out HallOVeen At The Magical Forest. This event runs on the weekends in October and features countless fun activities such as a ghost train and a carousel.
10. Twilight Zone Mini Golf
Here’s some fun that’s perfect for people of all ages! Take a trip into the Twilight Zone – or at least, a Twilight Zone-themed mini golf course. Tickets are available online.
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