Combining hot, desert weather with an easy-to-reach location, Las Vegas can be a fine choice for a family break. The city has sought to become a more family-oriented holiday destination in recent years and a good place to begin enjoying it is at the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in the Bellagio Hotel-Casino, at 3600 South Las Vegas Boulevard. This has free admission and is open 24 hours a day, offering stunning visuals with trees, flowers and plants alongside bridges, lighthouses and gazebos.
Following this, children will likely be in the mood for something more energetic, and Touring M&M’s World at 3785 Las Vegas Boulevard will certainly provide that. A mix of cheery tunes and lively colours, the four floors feature attractions like the second-floor rainbow wall of different coloured M&M’s and the M&M-encrusted guitar on the third floor. Entry is free and it is perfect for children with a serious sweet tooth (in other words: all children). At this point, they will probably have a serious sugar rush, and the best way to burn that off before parents are driven crazy is at the Adventuredome. This amusement park is located at the Circus Circus Hotel-Casino, at 2880 South Las Vegas Boulevard, and a day pass allowing access to all rides will cost $17 for children and $27 for adults.
For parents, if they are staying somewhere family-friendly, like the Bellagio, they may be tempted to try the gaming floor, but if they don’t get chance, waiting until they get home to play mobile casino is always an option. The Bellagio has table games like Roulette, Blackjack, Poker, Baccarat and Craps, while there are also more than 2,300 slot games. Furthermore, with attractions like the beautiful Fountains of Bellagio water and light show and luxurious bars, restaurants and shops, entertainment is everywhere. Vegas is a perfect place for a family break, with pleasures for all tastes.
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