7 Sights to See After the Las Vegas Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon

November 09, 2015 - By: Sarah Pease

Las Vegas offers a never-ending buffet of tourist options. But you’re there to participate in the
Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, which means you’ve got adventure in your blood, so the norm just won’t suffice. That’s why we’ve put together a ‘lucky’ list of seven sights to see
after you cross the finish line:
KISS® By Monster Mini Golf® Rock out with 18-holes of indoor glow-in-the-dark mini golf that includes giant guitars, an animated replica of KISS, and even a 12-foot Gene Simmons head that you putt into! Cost: $11.95 for 18 holes Requirements: None
The Neon Museum Take an hour long docent-guided tour through the two-acre Boneyard, which features more than 150 signs that helped make Las Vegas a dazzling destination. Cost:
Day tours - $12 - $18; Night tours - $22 - $25 Requirements: This museum is outdoors, so dress appropriately. Day tours are recommended for ages 10 and up, and night tours for ages 12 and up.
The Mob Museum in Downtown Las Vegas Explore this fascinating time in American history through multi-sensory exhibits and personal accounts from G-Men and Made Men. Cost: $13.95 - $19.95 for
single tickets Requirements: Children under 14 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
SlotZilla Zip Line
‘Fly’ over the entire length of Freemont Street from an 11-story, 120-foot high giant slot machine with two different launch levels. Cost: $20 for Zipline (77-feet); $40 for Zoomline (114-feet) Requirements: Flyers under 13 must be accompanied by a rider 13 or older.
Exotics Racing® at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Channel your inner Ricky Bobby for five or ten-laps behind the wheel of a Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Porsche. Cost: $99.00 - $399.00 (Depending on the car) Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license and be 18 years or older.
SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas Feast on an
authentic Kobe steak from one of only three restaurants in the U.S. certified to serve it. Cost: $220 Requirements: Empty stomach
Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay Swim with sharks in the 1.3 million-gallon tank ‘Shipwreck’ that holds over 30 species including Sandtiger, Sandbar, and White Tip Reef. Cost: $650 1 Diver; $1,000 2 Divers (Must be booked together) Requirements: All divers must be dive certified and 18 year or older. Tell us your unique Las Vegas sightseeing suggestions in the comments!
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