Las Vegas is a paradise for retirees, so it’s no surprise that Las Vegas attractions offer discounts for visitors of a certain age. Here are 10 fantastic Las Vegas attractions that show their appreciation for seniors with discounted entrance fees.
Bodies is a fascinating exhibition that showcases 13 whole-body human specimens and more than 260 organs and other partial body specimens for an educational and entertainment experience unlike any other.
The Museum is located on Boulder Highway in Henderson, which is a half hour from the Las Vegas Strip. The Museum is situated in the middle of nowhere, but that's what makes it so unique! The Museum is split into two parts: first, a vast outside area displaying historic homes, a “genuine" ghost town, and great old trains. The second part is an indoor exhibit showing a physical timeline of Nevada from ancient times to now.
Adventuredome Theme Park has loads of fun under its dome that includes the El Loco Roller Coaster, Canyon Blaster, Sling Shot, Chaos, Inverter and Lazer Blast. Active seniors can challenge their teen grandkids to see who’s bravest!
A must see for car buffs, the Hollywood Cars Museum is home to some of the most famous cars in film and TV history. Enjoy getting up close and personal with nostalgia classics like the DeLorean from Back to the Future, KITT from Knight Rider, and the General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard.
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is a goldmine of fossils, artifacts, and archeological treasures from around the world. There are amazing dioramas that give you insight into far off habitats, ancient villages, and wonderful cultural artifacts.
The Lost City Museum is dedicated to the culture of the long vanished Anasazi civilization. Visitors will enjoy studying beautiful artifacts from lost Anasazi sites and learn more about the enigmatic culture.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is one of the world’s greatest displays of the greatest examples of the wax sculptor’s art. Have fun taking pictures with some of the most famous, infamous, and strange people the world has ever seen. Try not to be too spooked out by the realistic wax people.
8. Mob Museum
The Mob Museum is a Las Vegas landmark, which is appropriate for the city created by the notorious Bugsy Siegel. The 41,000 square foot museum is chock-full of memorabilia, artifacts, and displays that showcase the history of organized crime in Las Vegas.
Visit the National Atomic Testing Museum and learn about the history, propaganda, and controversy that was the Nevada nuclear tests. Wander through 10,000 square feet of interactive displays, films, and artifacts from this infamous period in Nevada history.
This is a must see for all those seniors who loved the 1970’s. At the Pinball Hall of Fame, you’ll see popular games from the 1950’s through the ‘90’s. From famous pinball classics to popular 1980’s video games.
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