Although the city of Las Vegas has earned the derogatory moniker “Sin City,” this moniker is no longer exclusive to those of legal drinking age. Over time, many more forms of family-friendly entertainment, activities, and culture have been included in the city’s fabric. Leaving the kids at home is possible but unnecessary; after all, who doesn’t need a weekend away every once in a while? Here are some fascinating, intriguing, and even informative things to do in Las Vegas Freedom with your family:

Enjoy Indoor Skydiving in Las Vegas

Indoor skydiving should be at the top of your list of things to do in Las Vegas with kids. While the concept may strike fear in the hearts of some, rest assured that it is perfectly safe and that training is available. Each session lasts around 15 minutes, and you can save money on subsequent bookings by doing so right immediately.

In order for your body to provide the necessary lift, there are minimum and maximum weight requirements. Anybody above 16 and over 5 feet 6 inches tall is good to go. You can visit any week, from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The Finest Cirque du Soleil Productions for Children

Traveling to Las Vegas with kids may be a thrilling and entertaining experience, especially if a circus is performing. And what more appropriate show to see than a Cirque du Soleil production? There are seven productions in residence, more than in any other city. You may catch a concert at any one of the many hotels that dot the Las Vegas Freedom.

It’s got acrobatics, music, humor, stunts, the works. The music is both unusual and original. The nicest part is that the pictures are just stunning. Even better, you can use the opportunity to demonstrate to them that entertainment can be had without resorting to animal cruelty. The audio system is mind-blowing. It’s important to double-check the schedule before proceeding.

Welcome To Hershey’s Chocolate Earth

Visit Hershey’s Chocolate World in New York, New York. More than 800 varieties of chocolate and candies from Hershey brand names are available at this west coast flagship store, and you can even make your own personalized chocolate bars! Don’t pass up the opportunity to eat the massive milk chocolate Statue of Liberty. One of the store’s many interactive activities allows kids to be the stars of their very own Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup commercial.

Excalibur Dungeon Fun

The Fun Dungeon at Excalibur is a family-friendly arcade. Over 200 games, including carnival staples, vintage and modern video games, games for tiny kids, and the World’s Biggest Pacman, can be found at this arcade, which is open every day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

A World Of Adventure At The Circus

Adventuredome is an amusement park located under the big top at Circus Circus that features rides and activities for kids of all ages, even the youngest daredevils. Miniature golf, bowling, bungee jumping, laser tag, escape rooms, roller skating, midway games, arcades, and thrill rides are some of the available activities.

Parking On The Stripe Is Free

Indulge in a stroll down The Strip with the kids because there are so many cool, free attractions. The Fountains of Bellagio are a coordinated display of water, music, and lights that put on shows throughout the afternoon and evening. Visit the Bellagio and stroll through the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens to see the stunning seasonal displays meticulously planned and executed. Nighttime eruptions of the Mirage Volcano feature thrilling music from Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart and Indian tabla musician Zakir Hussain, so stake out a good viewing point.

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