Activities for 3 generations of women

In September I'm taking my daughter for her 21st birthday and my mother, who's never been to Vegas. What shows or outings do you suggest?


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Lisa, before I had the chance to put together a response to your question, a great answer was posted by FTLV reader Vicky. Here's what she had to say:


Where do I start?

Although expensive, go and see "O" at the Bellagio. Book the tickets online before you go and collect them there. It will be worth it for good seats. Any Cirque du Soleil shows will be worth the price, but another must is "Ka" at MGM Grand.

"Legends" at Harrahs is a bit more budget-priced, but again a great night out for all.

During the day, try a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon to the west rim. (You can go by bus, but this will be a long day.) Breathtaking views make this and an absolute must.

Try and make your way to as many hotels as you can, as each has their own theme -- things to do from white tigers at the Mirage to the Shark Reef at the Mandalay Bay.

Shopping. There are 6 or 7 huge malls not far from the Strip with fantastic prices.

Food. Eat at the buffets at places like MGM, Stratosphere, Luxor etc. Everywhere is cheap and all good. Look online at the hotel websites, because there's great competition. My favorite is at the Rio just off the Strip.

We're going in September for our 4th visit! Enjoy!

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2 responses to “Activities for 3 generations of women”

  1. Maria Guadalupe Judycki said:

    on Thanksgiving week I'll take my three girls (12, 9 and 7 years old) to Las Vegas.This is going to be our firts time there.What could you recomend us to do or which places can we visit. THANK YOU

  2. joe said:

    hi my name is joe me and my friend are going in september and it will be his birthday while we are over there can you recommend anything to do to mark the occasstion
    thanx joe ireland

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