Springtime is the perfect time for your clients to experience some of the unique culture they can only find in Las Vegas.
Their visit will immediately be in full bloom when they check out the new arrangement at the Bellagio Conservatory. It’s a true kaleidoscope for the senses. While they’re at the Bellagio, have them also stroll through the Gallery of Fine Art for “Faberge Revealed,” showcasing 238 rare Faberge artifacts. Next door on the Strip is the art collection at the ARIA Campus—amazing sculptures, paintings and more are on display throughout ARIA, Vdara, Mandarin Oriental and Crystals.
Guide them to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas for an intriguing collection of contemporary art at the P3 Gallery, the only artist-in-residency program on the Strip; and make sure they catch a glimpse of the Las Vegas News Bureau’s historic images from Las Vegas Golden Age of Glam throughout the hotel. Then, send them down the Strip to the Venetian to get up close and personal with some of the world’s biggest celebrities at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas.
There’s plenty of unique culture in other parts of the city as well. Be sure to tell your clients about the Springs Preserve, which sits on a 180-acre historic site commonly known as “the birthplace of Las Vegas.” Springs Preserve features museums, galleries, outdoor concerts and events, educational play areas, a botanical garden and more.
The Arts Factory downtown is home to several artists’ studios and contemporary art galleries. Your clients will also enjoy First Fridays in the downtown arts district, a celebration of visual and performing artists on the first Friday night of each month.
Your clients can do a little crime solving at MGM Grand’s CSI: The Experience. This multisensory attraction puts you in the role of a crime scene investigator as you try to solve one of three true-to-life mysteries. Or, invite them to take in a little Las Vegas history downtown at The Mob Museum, which features interactive exhibits and artifacts that teach visitors all about the most notorious gangsters in Las Vegas.
While they’re downtown, have them check out Boneyard Park at the Neon Museum, a daytime-only attraction where you’ll see iconic Las Vegas signs from the 1930s into the early 1990s.
Give your clients a dose of Las Vegas culture and book Vegas today.