Las Vegas Kids Attractions

Las Vegas is known for being an adult playground filled with booze, gluttony, and sins! At least, that’s what it used to be. It’s slowly shifting to cater families from around the world to have a good time. This is why it’s easy to find Las Vegas attractions almost everywhere you go! Gone are the days when your children are limited in places visit!

Adventuredome

There is no competition here! Las Vegas kids attractions are best enjoyed at the Adventuredome in Circus Circus! It’s the largest indoor theme park with a dash of Las Vegas along with it.
This large carnival-like setting is close to 6 acres of chills and thrills for everyone!
Enjoy roller coasters such as the El Loco which lives up to its name by satisfying the adrenaline junky in everyone. But that’s not all! Bumper cars, carnival rides, laser tag, mini golf, and other games are available all at the convenience of one tent!

Las Vegas Water Sports

If you want your children to get away from the bustling life of Las Vegas, you want to take them to the desert oasis of Lake Mead. From there, you can rent a boat with Las Vegas Water Sports to get your day going with some wakeboarding, wake surfing, tubing and more!

There’s nothing like being in the water to actually enjoy the beauty of nature, and fun is where the lake is at! It doesn’t just stop there. The fun continues with helpful instructors! So whether you're a beginning or an expert, there's fun waiting for the whole family.

Big Apple Roller Coaster

The famous intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue sits New York New York Hotel and Casino with its giant roller coaster up front. It’s hard to miss as many screaming thrill-seekers ride it.

This roller coaster is open year round with a replica of the Statue of Liberty standing at 150 feet tall.

Discovery Children’s Museum

If there’s a place you want your children to immerse in educational activities and fun, Discovery Children’s Museum is where you want to be. It’s a three-story museum filled with activities that promote the importance of art, culture, and science.