Things to see in Las Vegas
The Volcano at The Mirage: Since its opening in 1989, the volcano has been one of most popular attractions on the Strip. In 1996, the volcano added new water, lighting and sound effects. Today, the volcano is looking and sounding better than ever thanks to a $25 million redesign, which reopened to the public on Dec. 8, 2008. Free!
Dig This: America's first and only heavy equipment playground where you're in control. Relive your sandbox days of being a child but this time it's for real. Huge Caterpillar bulldozers and excavators await you in one of the most memorable experiences you will ever encounter
Bellagio Fountains: The fountains put on their show, wonderful timed to music, every half hour and lasts for a few minutes. Free!
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area: Visitors can admire colorful rock formations on several hiking trails or on a 13-mile scenic drive. Free!
Flamingo's Outdoor Wildlife Habitat: you can get up close and personal with pink flamingos, exotic ducks, koi fish and so much more. Free!
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