Heading to Las Vegas this year for your wedding or elopement? We’re here to help you build out a fun (and safe!) itinerary during your visit. Safety precautions are still in place, so we’ve rounded up some of the best activities to do in and around Las Vegas while social distancing.
Founded in 1996, The Neon Museum collects, preserves and displays iconic Las Vegas signs from over the years! You can experience all the magic during the day or night — the Neon Boneyard is available to the public from 2pm to 10pm (reserve tickets in advance!).
The Conservatory and Botanical Garden at The Bellagio boasts beautiful floral installations that change with the season. The 14,000-square foot garden updates five times a year, starting with the Lunar New Year. No tickets or reservations are needed to view this stunning display.
The ghost town of Nelson, Nevada lies about 45 minutes from Las Vegas and is a perfect spot for all of you creative minds. Bring your camera as you explore the remains of Techatticup gold mine and antique cars. It’s such a neat spot to spend a day outside of the city!
Let’s be honest, there’s no shortage of luxury hotels and pools along The Strip. Current safety protocols mandate face masks be worn while walking around the pool area (near others) and the hotel areas, but not once you arrive at your chair or lounger! Soak up some rays while you order from the poolside grill.
This incredible entertainment and gaming destination never disappoints! This five-block stretch offers ziplining, light shows, free live music and much more. Face masks are required to ensure guest safety.
Grab your family and head to Top Golf! This interactive experience is a blast for everyone — watch out, things can get competitive! Turn it into an entire afternoon by ordering food and drinks from their on-site bars and restaurants while you play.
This self-guided tour within the Art District offers an array of art pieces using different mediums. You’ll find murals, stencil art, graffiti and more along the way. This tour is an hour and a half long and costs $25 per person.
Just outside of Las Vegas is a number of incredible national parks and canyon trails for you to explore. A few of our favorites are the Red Rock Canyon Loop — also a popular spot for some of our elopement couples to get married! Another hot spot just over two hours away is Zion National Park. This park includes a number of hiking trails, including the popular Narrows Hike through water.
Will you make it out before time is up? Head to the Escape Room with your other half, family or friends to see if you can solve all of the clues!
This 550-foot tall, 520-foot wide Ferris wheel offers some of the best views of The Strip! Did you know it’s the world’s tallest Ferris wheel? Skip the line by purchasing your tickets online ahead of time.