Las Vegas is much more than just casinos and gambling. There’s so much to see and do that you’ll never see it all in one trip. If you want to get more out of your vacation, keep reading for some of the more unique things you can do on your Vegas trip.

  1. Dig This

Remember being a kid and spending days digging around in your sandbox? If you want to relive those days on a grand scale, why not visit Dig This?

Dig This is a giant sandbox designed especially for adults, complete with full size bulldozers. There’s nothing quite like digging around, making hills and moving boulders using real digging machines. You’ll need to go through safety orientation before you get started, but once you’re in the driving seat you’ll have as much fun as you did in that sandbox years ago.

  1. The Neon Museum And Boneyard

Neon signs are seen everywhere, but in Vegas they’re a part of the city’s history. Established in 1996, this museum was opened to show visitors a slice of the Vegas that existed years ago. You can walk around the entire three acre museum on a tour, where you’ll be taught about the history of Las Vegas through its signs. You’re sure to learn something new, and the sight of all those signs together is one you won’t soon forget.

  1. KISS Monster Golf

KISS are well known for slapping their name on any product they can think of, and that includes their monster golf course in Vegas. This course is located inside the Rio hotel, and is only $11.99 per person. Have your senses melted by the glow in the dark colors, oversized props and of course, the rocking KISS tunes playing over the loudspeakers.

Any mini golf fan needs to check out this unique Las Vegas attraction, as it’s one of the best on the strip. One hole even features challenges for you and your friends, such as covering each others’ eyes, to just make it that little bit harder.

  1. Pinball Hall Of Fame

If you’re a retro gaming fan, you’ve got to check out the Pinball Hall of Fame. There’s over 200 pinball machines kept in this arcade, making it the largest pinball machine collection in the world. There’s also lots of retro arcade cabinets, so this is the perfect place to live out your 80’s glory days.

  1. National Atomic Testing Museum

As well as the glitz and glamor, Vegas is also well known for the atomic tests that were conducted in the 50’s and 60’s. This museum shows you the impact these tests had on Las Vegas, and has over 12,000 artefacts for you to peruse on your trip.

There’s so much to see and do in Vegas that you won’t know where to start. Pick some of these 5 locations though, and you’ll be able to see a part of the city that’s off the beaten tourist track.