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Las Vegas in Daylight – Fun Daytime Activities in the City That Never Sleeps
Vegas may be best known for its nightlife, but that does not mean the action stops when the sun comes up. This is, after all, the city that never sleeps.

Despite its nighttime reputation, there are plenty of great things to see and do in Las Vegas, even in the morning. Exploring the city in daylight means fewer crowds, and learning the lay of the land now will give you greater confidence when the sun goes down and the neon lights come on. Here are some wonderful daylight activities to get you started.

The Observation Deck at the Stratosphere


The nighttime view from the top of the Stratosphere is truly spectacular, but the view during the day may be even more thrilling. In the light of day, you can pick out landmarks on the horizon, watch the morning traffic crawl down the Las Vegas Strip and just watch life go by.

If you are up for a real thrill, you can test your courage at the miniature amusement park. It is their location that makes these rides so scary, so if you have a fear of heights, you might want to take a pass and stick to the indoor observation deck.

Explore Your Inner Gangster at the Mob Museum


In its heyday, Las Vegas was known as much for its gangsters as it was for its slot machines and showgirls. You can explore the history of Las Vegas, and the modern state of organized crime, at the Mob Museum.

The Mob Museum is one of those hidden gems of Las Vegas – a place many tourists pass by without realizing its significance. Whether you make it part of your travel plans or stumble upon it, the Mob Museum is definitely worth a visit.

Take a DIY Tour


When you visit Las Vegas, you will see lots of double-decker buses prowling the Strip and the smaller streets of downtown. Instead of just letting them pass by, flag down one of the dozens of ticket sellers and go for a ride.

These tourist buses stop at all of the major attractions, and you can get on and off as you wish, creating your very own DIY tour. You can use the bus as an orientation tour on your first day in town, making a list of your favorite things and coming back later to explore them further.

Do Some Urban Hiking on Fremont Street


You do not have to travel to the wilderness to do some hiking. Fremont Street is at the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, and it is the perfect place to do some urban hiking.

Whether you take one of the organized guided tours or just wander around on your own, you will see Vegas as it once was, complete with old-school casinos, cheap drink specials and the low-cost buffets the city was once known for.

Take a Bus Trip to the Grand Canyon


Las Vegas is perfectly situated for day trips, and the Grand Canyon is just a bus ride away. There are lots of tour operators along the Las Vegas Strip, and many of them offer day trips or overnight journeys to the Grand Canyon. If you have never been to the Grand Canyon, these low-cost bus trips are the perfect way to go.

There are other bus trips as well, so take a look at the brochures and start making your plans. Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and Red Rock Canyon are all within easy reach, so you can enjoy natural beauty in the heart of all those neon lights.

Las Vegas is a true 24-hour city, so you will find lots of great things to see and do no matter when you go, or when you get up. From brilliant sunrises over the Grand Canyon to stunning sunsets from your hotel pool, beauty is everywhere you turn.

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