When was the last time you went to Las Vegas? I bet you haven’t been to these cool places where the locals hang. Lace up your boots, give them a shine and check out these hidden spots for your next Vegas trip.
Travel Tips: Top 10 Hidden Gems And Refreshment Spots in Las Vegas
Skip the Strip and Start your Vegas Adventure!
If you have already planned your Las Vegas vacation you may have already gone through the usual hotels and casinos that are advertised in trip packages. There’s the MGM, Treasure Island, the Golden Nugget and other places that are surely fun and expensive. But you’re going to Vegas anyway, so you deserve to know what makes Vegas, Vegas. Make sure to adjust your schedule and visit these hidden spots you will certainly enjoy.
You’ll find repurposed cigarette machines. Local artists have made cigarette pack size paintings for five bucks you can have your own unique miniature piece of art.
If you love things that are cheap and old, the oldest casino game in Vegas is still more fun than playing slots.
4. Steve Wynn‘s Koi Pond
The most tranquil spots on the strip. Wynn’s Koi Pond is kind hidden and is known to have the best brunch.
5. Guardian Angel Church
Off the Las Vegas strip you’ll find a beautiful church with some incredible stained glass. Even the sin city has churches.
6. Pinball Hall Of Fame
There’s 200 pinball machines and antique games waiting for your quarter. New games and old games, whatever your style is.
In a hidden hallway in the Cosmo you can get a secret slice of pizza at the Secret Pizza Place.
8. Holstein’s Boozy Milkshakes
Just downstairs from the Secret Pizza Place you’ll find boozy milkshakes at Holstein’s but you’ll have to lie and say it’s your birthday.
9. Gourmet Hot Dogs
In downtown Las Vegas you can find the Container Park. Every shop is built completely of shipping containers and one of them has the best hotdogs in town. They have the strangest toppings, but the hot dog is just great.
10. Container Park
Found just outside the Container Park is a preying mantis that spits fire. It’s a giant playground, but it’s weird because you have to be 21-years-old and above if you go there after 9 PM.
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So those are the secret joints in Vegas that you just have to pay a visit. If you have a friend hitting Vegas, just send them or share this video and they’ll surely find the place more interesting than what they already know.
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