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Las Vegas is known around the world as being the place to go for drunken debauchery and the spinning reels on a slot machine but there is so much more to the city that calls itself the Entertainment Capital of the World. If you don’t want to gamble, or you’ve already lost too much money to the house, get out and see what else Vegas has to offer.

Drive an exotic car

Las Vegas is the perfect place to test drive those supercars you rarely see on your commute to work. The premier driving center at Exotics Racing will get you ready to sit behind the wheel of a high-performance machine, and the racetrack will let you get a feel for what the car can actually do.

 

Fly over the strip

The best way to see the fantastic Las Vegas lights is by air. Flying in and out of Las Vegas International Airport will give you a glimpse of the city from the sky but a helicopter tour is really the best way to take in the city strip, and snap some great photos while you’re at it.

 

Visit the Neon Boneyard

Take in the history of the city by visiting the Neon Boneyard that houses over 200 vintage neon signs that were previously used by the casinos and attractions. While you’re there, learn about the history and significance of these signs and the unique stories behind each one.

 

Solve a crime

Are you obsessed with television crime dramas like Law and Order and CSI? Try to crack a murder case and visit CSI: The Experience to follow in the footsteps of your favorite detectives and gather clues that will help lead you to the criminal.

 

Ride the zipline

Head to Fremont Street to a zipline experience called Slotzilla to fly high above the Las Vegas Strip. If you’re not sure where you’re going, just look for the gigantic slot machine here are two different options, a typically Zipline that is about 75 feet up and the Zoomilne is nearly ten stories high.

 

Do some shopping

One of the best shopping destinations in Las Vegas is Container Park. The shopping center was actually constructed from repurposed shipping containers, and it has many boutique shops you won’t find anywhere else. After you’re done shopping, choose from one of the many dining options for a perfect end to the day.

Although Las Vegas is known around the world for being a gambler’s paradise, there are plenty of things to do that don’t involve feeding a slot machine or laying money on the Blackjack table.