September 21, 2021

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Las Vegas Walking Tour: A Fun Day Activity For Kids


 
Get lost in Las Vegas is a game suitable for kids of the age of six or above. It is designed as a city tour game with some riddles and interesting facts about the city of Las Vegas. Playing a game is a great way to explore the city and its most famous sites.
 
There are 10 sites located not far from one another, marked with the numbers from 1 to 10. Use a map to locate the sites and solve the riddle when you reach each site. Take your time to explore the beautiful city of Las Vegas and let the game be your tour guide for the day.
 

1. Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

What is written on the back of the sign?
 

Thomas Wolf, from Wikimedia Commons
Thomas Wolf, from Wikimedia Commons

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The “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign” was built in 1959 to welcome all the visitors, arriving at the city from the south. The city of Las Vegas is the largest city in the Mojave Desert area and is internationally known for its entertainment business. The most popular activities in the city include gambling, shopping, and fine dining.
 

2. New York-New York Hotel & Casino

Which attraction is located in front of the hotel?
 

Photo by Prayitno on Foter.com
Photo by Prayitno on Foter.com

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New York-New York is a famous Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The developers were trying to produce the hotel in an architectural style that resembles the New York City as it used to be in the 1940s. There you can observe copies of the most famous towers and replicas of some of the well-known features from New York City, like the Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Terminal, the Soldiers and Sailors Monument and many others.
 

3. The Park

How many water features can you find in The Park?
 

Picture Credits: theparkvegas.com
Picture Credits: theparkvegas.com

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The Park is a green outdoor area which was constructed with an idea to help to make the extreme desert temperatures more bearable. You can cool down under the shade structures, in the shadows of the trees or next to the water features. Even the marble ground was chosen due to its natural cooling capacities.
 

4. Las Vegas Strip

Draw one of the buildings that you can see on the Strip.
 

By EconomicOldenburger, from Wikimedia Commons
By EconomicOldenburger, from Wikimedia Commons

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The Las Vegas Strip is a 4.2 miles (6.8 km) long stretch of the South Las Vegas Boulevard with the biggest density of hotels and casinos in the city. The cityscape of the area includes many buildings, built with the use of contemporary architecture, colorful lights that highlight the structures at night and many other attractions.
 

5. Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

How many rooms do the botanical gardens have?
 

By Tomás Del Coro, via Wikimedia Commons
By Tomás Del Coro, via Wikimedia Commons

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Bellagio is a well-known luxury hotel, located on the Las Vegas Strip. Apart from a famous casino, the hotel contains a Conservatory and Botanical Garden in which a visitor can enjoy a different theme every season. There is a special theme dedicated only to the Chinese New Year as well. During every season, the visitor can observe the displays decorated with different flowers.
 

6. Fountains of Bellagio

Which color illuminates the fountains at the beginning of the show?
 

By Photographersnature, from Wikimedia Commons
By Photographersnature, from Wikimedia Commons

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The Fountains of Bellagio is a water feature, known for its fabulous performances that include a light and music show. For the purpose of building the fountains, a (3.2 ha) man-made lake was dug which gets its fresh water from the well that was used for irrigation of the golf course in the past. There are more than 1,200 nozzles and more than 4,500 lights in the fountain, without which the performance would not be possible.
 

7. Eiffel Tower Experience

How tall do you think is the Las Vegas Eiffel Tower?
 

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Photo by rophotosuk on Foter.com

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A hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip with the theme of Paris is called Paris Las Vegas. It includes replicas of many of the famous buildings and other features which you could find in Paris, France. On the hotel property, you can observe a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre museum, the Paris Opera House, La Fontaine des Mers and the famous Le Théâtre des Arts theatre with the capacity for 1,200 people.
 

8. The Volcano

Take a photo with the Polynesian themed fountain in front of the Volcano.
 

By Nandaro, from Wikimedia Commons
By Nandaro, from Wikimedia Commons

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The Volcano is located on the property of the Mirage resort and casino. The Mirage is decorated in Polynesian style and has 3,044 rooms altogether. Along the Las Vegas Strip, next to the Mirage, there is an artificial volcano water feature which “erupts” every evening at 8:00 PM, 9:00 PM, and 10:00 PM. Don’t be surprised if you smell pina colada during the eruption, as to cover the smell of uncombusted natural gas the pina colada fragrance is added to the gas stream.
 
 

9. The Venetian

What are some of the Venetian features that you can recognize at the Venetian Las Vegas?
 

By Patrick Pelster, from Wikimedia Commons
By Patrick Pelster, from Wikimedia Commons

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The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino is one of the luxury hotels, located on the Las Vegas Strip. It is recognized by its theme from Venice, Italy. The Hotel tower rises 475 feet (145 m) high and includes 36 stories. The Venetian resort complex is the world’s second-largest hotel, with 4,049 rooms and 3,068 suites.
 

10. Siegfried & Roy Monument

How many animals are there in the monument?
 

Photo by L. Richard Martin, Jr. on Foter.com
Photo by L. Richard Martin, Jr. on Foter.com

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Siegfried and Roy are magician entertainers who used to perform with white lions and white tigers in the Mirage Resort and Casino. Their show was said to be the most-visited show in Las Vegas. In 2003, they put an end to the performances due to Roy’s tiger injury.