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Nevada is a state that is known for being a Silver State or a state of deserts. Despite of its extreme weather, there are incredible sceneries, beautiful small towns, and big cities like Las Vegas to explore. Other than being famous for gambling and casinos, Las Vegas offers top-class, restaurants, volcano eruption to visit, indoor themed park and shark tank for its tourists. Black Rock City is another adventurous place to visit in Nevada which is a temporary city created by thousands of people. Death Valley National Park is another great place to discover along with Leadfield Ghost Town and Grapevine Peak. You can visit Lake Tahoe in any season you intend to but go to the Sloan Canyon during the morning time as heat would be unbearable during day time. Likewise, Pyramid Lake is great for camping but you have to take permit for that. Reno is well known for gambling, casinos, and wonderful buffets. However, Central Library of Reno is another must to visit during this tour.
Ride any of the number of thrill rides that are in this indoor theme park and remove yourself from traditional Las Vegas. You can play arcade games, a round of miniature golf or test your heart medicine on the rollercoaster.
Tucked a few streets off the Strip, the 8,000-square-foot Elvis-A-Rama Museum is a hidden jewel for fans of the King. The museum boasts a major collection of Elvis memorabilia, everything from his limos and cars to contracts, jumpsuits, jewelry, handwritten letters and more. Several times
The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) let’s you travel through time like few other places. Like people, every car has a story, a little tale about who and where and why. Especially here, where antique, classic and one-of-a-kind wonders coexist in an automotive time warp.
Sierra Safari Zoo has a wide variety of exotic animals from around the world including primates, big cats, small cats, reptiles, sloth, and much more. There is a hands-on area where visitors can touch and interact with some of the gentler animals, including many fallow deer. Most of the an
At 1,149 feet, the Stratosphere Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. From the observation decks, lounge, restaurant, meeting & banquet space and private dining rooms, guests enjoy panoramic view
Water Country offers 18 different water rides, plus many more activities on 47 acres, you're sure to spend a refreshing day at the park. Water Country boasts New England's largest wave pool; it's 700,000 gallons! Rides range from those appropriate for the tiniest of tots to big thrillers i