If you happen to visit Las Vegas and blow through your whole gambling budget on the first day, and do not have that much money to play within the first place, there are still so many things you still can do in Vegas for $25 or less!
If you’re an art lover, you can get a great experience inside the Louise Vuitton store in Crystals. Developed by James Turrell, this two-chamber place is full of light, creating incredible colors that bleed into each other.
This is free to visit though, you’ll need to reserve a spot well in advance as it might often get crowded due to its popularity.
2. Fountains at the Bellagio
This is one of the most iconic fountains that are at the top of almost every list of attractions in the city.
They are amazingly beautiful and change depending on the song integrated with the show. This musical fountain runs all afternoon and into the night, with events every 30 minutes during the day and every 15 minutes after dark. This too is free to visit and have a great time.
3. Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay
This place is the best for the fans of marine life as you can visit the Shark Reef aquarium at Mandalay Bay where you get to see 14 different exhibitions displaying various ocean predators.
It will cost $25 as entry fees, the largest exhibit is the “shipwreck” where you experience a panoramic view, coupled with sharks and fish, through an acrylic tunnel.
4. Welcome to Las Vegas Sign
Can you claim that you’ve been to Las Vegas if you have taken a picture of the sign! You can, but it still can be a worth visiting experience also. Probably the sign might not be as big as they assumed.
You can also buy a miniature version of the sign to bring home with you or give it to friends and family. Getting a picture is free though!
5. Volcanic Eruption at The Mirage
This is just a short walk or rides from the Bellagio Fountains is the Volcano at The Mirage.
With combined with stunning music, sound effects and pyrotechnics, you’ll feel like you are standing at the foot of a real erupting volcano. You can watch this show every day at 8 pm, 9 pm and 10 pm which is free.
6. Downtown Container Park
The Downtown Container Park is, as the name suggests, made out of containers. But this is not all but it’s much more the name might imply.
You will get to see an amazing park with play facilities for kids and a giant treehouse. It also has a plethora of novelty shopping and cheap yet delicious food to eat, and downtown is in becoming a popular spot in Las Vegas. This is also free to visit by getting off the strip to get free entertainment, musical performances and more.
7. Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden
You may also get off the strip and head to Henderson NV to the Ethel M Chocolate Factory and botanical cactus garden. It’s an excellent chocolate factory that you can tour for free.
You can also buy yourself some chocolate and walk it off in the 3-acre garden. You can also take a chocolate tasting class or make your personalized custom box of chocolates. You can tour this free and pay 25% for wine and chocolate tasting.