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1 Attractions for Travelers with Children
Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay
Shark Reef contains almost 100 different species of animals, including 11 sharks, tropical and fresh water fish, reptiles, jellyfish and rays. Hours of Operation: Open daily form 10 a.m. until 11 p.m. Last admission at 10 p.m. Admission: Adults $13.95, Children 12 years old and younger $9.95, Children 4 and younger admitted free.

Circus Circus ADVENTURE DOME Theme Park
This air-conditioned indoor park is located behind Circus Circus hotel. There are many rides for children, including a thrilling roller coaster and water flume ride. The current rates for an individual for an all day pass are as follows: Below 48 inches is $12.95. 48 inches and taller is $16.95. Admission to the park is free. Individual rides cost between $2-$5.

Free Circus Show
Show time from 11:00 a.m. to midnight at the Circus Circus hotel.

Attractions at Luxor Hotel
There are some state-of-the-art attractions at Luxor hotel. You can take the motion simulating adventure or you can IMAX movie.

Magic Motion Rides at Excalibur Hotel
Motion simulator rides, $3 per ride.

Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage Hotel
This 2.5-million-gallon Dolphin Habitat is home to a family of Atlantic bottle nose dolphins. Four connected pools, an artificial coral reef system, and a sandy bottom replicate the dolphins' natural environment. Guided tours for the public are conducted throughout the day. Guests are provided the chance to see the dolphins in their natural environment exhibiting natural behaviors. Admission: $10.

Gallery of Fine Art at the Bellagio Hotel
The Bellagio Collection encompasses paintings by seventeenth century artists Rembrandt and ubens, to twentieth century works by Picasso, Matisse, Miró, Pollock and de Kooning. The nineteenth century is well represented by the work of Impressionist artists Degas, Renoir and Monet, and      Post-Impressionist masterpieces by Gauguin, van Gogh and Seurat, as well as the lovely pastel and gouache, Portrait of Mademoiselle Suzette Lemaire, in Profile by Édouard Manet, seen here. Admission: $12.

World's Largest Atrium Luxor Atrium
Located one level above the Casino at the Luxor hotel, it is the World's Largest Atrium, Luxor Atrium. Looking up leaves you in awe, as its grandeur is revealed. The hotel rooms are hung from the roofs of the pyramid. The elevators go sideways. Visit this engineering excellence is free. It is good for both children and adults.

The huge atrium hosts many attractions, IMAX, arcade, gift shops and restaurants. Of course, those are not free.

Fremont Street Experience
This $70 million project is located downtown on Fremont Street. The whole street from Main street to Las Vegas Blvd. is covered by a light ceiling. Consisting of 2 million light bulbs, the light ceiling acts like a super stretch movie screen. Every hour on the hour from 6:00 p.m. to midnight there is a different high-tech light & sound show. A must- see attraction.

All-American SportPark
This is a Sports-themed amusement park where you can get off the sideline and get into the game. NASCAR SpeedPark, MLB Slugger Stadium, 47' Rock Climbing Wall etc. $24.95 for those 58" and taller, $19.95 36" to 57", under 36" FREE. Call: 317-7777.

Other Attractions
Roller coaster at New York-New York hotel, roller coaster and Big Shot on the top of Stratosphere Tower, talking statues in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace hotel, Auto Collection at Imperial Palace hotel, volcano at the Mirage hotel, Speedworld at Sahara hotel, Liberace Museum, etc.

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