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Las Vegas a Family Destination?

Posted by vegas on April 6, 2017

3 Fun, Family-Friendly Activities in Las Vegas



Las Vegas has become a great destination for families. Long known for its casinos and shows, the city has added many family friendly activities and attractions in recent years. One problem with Las Vegas, however, is that it gets very hot in the summer. Fortunately, there are fun places you can go to beat the heat. Here are a few of the best family-friendly activities in Las Vegas.

·  Flowrider at Planet Hollywood. The Flowrider gives anyone the opportunity to feel like an expert surfer, even people with no experience. This wave machine, at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, is also a good tool for developing or improving your surfing skills in an environment where you don't have to worry about sharks, jellyfish or getting carried off into the ocean. Here you can safely wipe out with no serious consequences. There are trainers on hand to help you learn.

·  Discovery Children's Museum. If you're looking for a fun and educational place to take the kids in Las Vegas, one of your best choices is the Discovery Children's Museum. This museum has lots of exciting interactive exhibits that teach kids all about things like electricity, art, the environment and other important areas. There are both ongoing and traveling exhibits that are appropriate for kids of all ages as well as their parents. 

·  Indoor Rock Climbing. Rock climbing in a gym is a fun, challenging and safe activity that's perfect for the summer. At Origin Climbing & Fitness you can learn to rock climb. Experienced climbers can practice their sport in the region’s largest rock climbing gym.  Rock climbing is a sport that's great for people of all ages. It's especially beneficial for kids to learn rock climbing, as it helps them develop strength, coordination, and self-confidence.

 

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