12 Free Family Friendly Things to Do in Vegas

12 Free Family Friendly Things to Do in Vegas

More and more families are making Vegas their vacation destination. Now why are moms and dads rounding up the kids and taking them to Sin City? Easy! We’ve got a plethora of free things to do that are fun for the whole family.

Vegas M&M's World

FREE 3D movie at M&M World

Don’t miss out on the awesome 3D movie at M&M World. It’s super fun for adults and children! The theater is open until 8 p.m. Saturday-Monday and 6 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday.

bellagio fountain

Bellagio fountain show

You can catch the iconic Bellagio fountain show nightly from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. Grab your camera and take home some great videos! No worries if you’re running behind schedule. The fountain show runs every 15 minutes.

Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

A classic Vegas must-see! Although it is difficult to take pictures with the sign when it gets dark outside, night is still my favorite time to see it. There is usually someone who can take pictures for you for free, but tips are appreciated.

botanical garden in Bellagio

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

The scenery at the Bellagio conservatory changes depending on the seasons and holidays. There is always something new to see there. It’s not just fun for tourists but also for locals.

flamingo las vegas

Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo

This is a great place to escape from the crowds on the Strip. You can spot famous pink flamingos, turtles, Koi fish, and yellow catfish here.

Silverton Aquarium

Silverton Aquarium

Swing by in the afternoon to see sharks, stingrays, and thousands of fish swimming in the aquarium at the Silverton.

circus circus

Circus show at Circus Circus

Do you enjoy watching acrobats, trapeze artists, roller skating duos, and foot jugglers? You can catch them performing every half an hour from 11 a.m. to midnight at Circus Circus.

linq

Fotobar at LINQ

The 8,500-square-foot Polaroid Fotobar and Museum exhibits old Polaroid equipment and a photography exhibit. You can print and frame pictures from your Facebook and Instagram accounts for $1 each.

cactus

Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden

A fun garden with free guided tours your little ones can enjoy. Get free samples in the gift shop after seeing how the chocolate is prepared.

mirage

Volcano show at the Mirage

From 7-11 p.m., the volcano at the Mirage hotel explodes every 30 minutes.

classic cars

Classic Car Showroom at the LINQ

The world’s largest classic car showroom will surely make your trip to Vegas more memorable than ever. You can print a free admission ticket here.

las vegas fremont street

Fremont Street Light Show

The famous Fremont Street Experience goes on every hour after dark. The 1500 x 90-foot screen is filled with 12.5 million LED lamps and makes this pedestrian mall one of the most fascinating places to see a light show.

12 free family friendly things to do in Vegas


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