Las Vegas Things To Do For Bachelorette Parties

35 Fun Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Ideas For An Epic Weekend

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There’s a reason why Las Vegas is featured as a bachelorette party destination in the movies. It’s the gold standard when it comes to fun and debauchery with your friends!

The amazing thing about Vegas is that you can have ANY flavor of bachelorette party you want — if your group’s into gorging on buffets and drinking til y’all black/brown out, Vegas will deliver. Into cute brunch spots and even cuter cocktail lounges? Watching as many Las Vegas shows as you can?

Vegas has everything you need to make the bride’s last hurrah unforgettable… exactly how you want it!

Here are 35 fun ideas on things to do for a bachelorette party weekend in Vegas that will have you and the rest of the gals reminiscing for years.

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1. Watch a bachelorette party-friendly show

Absinthe Caesars Palace
Absinthe | Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Las Vegas has a world-class theater scene. From burlesque to magic, Cirque de Soleil to comedy, there is a show for every type of group with every sort of budget. And the best part is, there’s a show happening every single night in Vegas.

A few shows that we think are perfect for a bachelorette party celebration include:

Awakening – The Wynn’s brand-new spectacular production features fantastical creatures, dazzling visuals, a compelling narrative, and a touch of lighthearted comedy.

“O” at Bellagio: Another mesmerizing Cirque du Soleil show, “O” combines water, acrobatics, and theatrical performances to create a unique and romantic experience.

And if you want to get crazy, there are some pretty hilarious and wild tease shows like MAGIC MIKE LIVE or The Chippendales. One that’s great for both guys and gals is Absinthe! All are perfect for celebrating (and laughing your butts off) with a large group of friends.

You can browse the whole selection of Las Vegas shows here.

2. Marriage Can Be Murder Dinner Show

Marriage Can Be Murder Dinner Show Las Vegas
Courtesy of Marriage Can Be Murder

For those of you who love murder mysteries, interactive dinners, and/or immersive experiences in general, we’ve got JUST the thing for you!

Marriage Can Be Murder is an award-winning interactive comedy and murder mystery dinner experience where the audience members become part of the show. If you liked the movie Glass Onion or the game Clue, then this is a dinner show that you won’t want to pass up.

Anyone can be a suspect as actors could easily be posting as one of the seemingly innocent guests among you. You might be seated next to the murderer, YOU may even be suspected of murder, but only time will tell as the night unravels and more clues are revealed.

The murder mystery storyline will unfold before your eyes as you chow down on your salad, warm rolls, a chicken or beef entree, and ice cream dessert.

3. Get a couples massage

Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmo | Courtesy of The Cosmopolitan

You cannot come to Las Vegas for a party with the girls without hitting the spa at least once. And with so many high-end hotels here, you are spoiled with choice when it comes to world-class spa treatments.

Practically every hotel on the Las Vegas Strip has a spa, but the top three in our book are:

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace: Qua Baths & Spa offers an opulent spa with Roman-inspired treatments including an Arctic Ice room.

Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: A luxurious and modern hammam (Turkish bath) experience.

Canyon Ranch Spa at The Venetian: This spa has been awarded the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star rating multiple times and has consistently been named one of the top spas in the world by Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure. The Aquavana thermal suite and the rock climbing wall are pretty cool features too.

For the utmost convenience, we recommend booking your hotel stay at the property with the spa you like best. That way, you have easy access to your room after your treatment so you and your group can continue your relaxation without much effort at all!

4. Have brunch somewhere cute

Enjoy a late-morning brunch at some of the cutest spots on the Vegas Strip.

Mon Ami Gabi, located at Paris Las Vegas, offers a charming French bistro experience with a view of the Bellagio Fountains. For a trendy vibe, check out Sadelle’s at the Bellagio, known for its stylish decor and delicious (carbo-licious) bagel towers.

Another great option is The Henry at The Cosmopolitan, where you can savor classic American breakfast favorites in a chic setting.

Wanna get the party started early for the day? LAVO is where it’s at! The thing they’re most famous for — aside from the massive 1-pound meatball on the menu — is their Party Brunch experience! It’s one of the most crazy times you’ll ever have at brunch.

5. Try Dining in the Dark

For the adventurous bunch of you who want to try something different, test your five senses, and fill your bellies, there’s BLACKOUT Dining In The Dark!

BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark turns the traditional fine dining experience into an anything-but-traditional all-out sensory experience. You’ll basically be eating in pitch-black darkness!

Phones, flashlights or light of any sort aren’t allowed. But that’s what allows your other senses to take the lead and really explore and indulge in your seven-course prix-fixe meal.

6. Princess Diana & The Royals: The Exhibition

Calling all The Crown and Princess Diana lovers! Did you know there’s an exhibit dedicated entirely to Princess Diana and the rest of the royal family? It’s hiding in plain sight right on the Strip too.

At the Princess Diana Exhibition (located at The Shops at Crystals), you’ll be transported through 10,000 square feet of space, featuring 12 themed rooms and over 700 personal artifacts of Princess Diana.

Highlights include the largest on-display collection of Diana’s evening gowns, a life-size artistic recreation of her iconic wedding dress, and engagement dresses crafted by a world-renowned paper artist. You’ll also find handwritten notes from Diana to Charles, showcasing her sense of humor, and an extensive array of royal family memorabilia.

Need help to understand what everything is? The exhibit does have an audio guide available for purchase. The audio guide shares the untold stories behind some of Diana’s most personal items.

7. Get competitive at Play Playground

Play Playground Luxor
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Play Playground, one of Vegas’ newest attractions at The Luxor, is a whole lot of fun for big groups! This 15,000-square-foot gaming/play experience features over 20 larger-than-life nostalgic games that you probably grew up with.

The venue, designed for friendly competition and social media sharing, boasts physical, memory, puzzle, and team games, ensuring a day (or night) of good ol’ fashioned fun with your friends!

Just to name a few, there’s Perfect Popper, a game reminiscent of the board game Perfection, and Ringer Run, where players navigate a wand through a hanging maze, and Biggle Ball, a collaborative effort to guide a ball through a massive maze.

But that’s barely even scratching the surface! The wide variety of team games promises an interactive experience full of laughs.

8. Have a private karaoke party at Kamu Ultra Lounge

Kamu Ultra Karaoke Lounge
Courtesy of The Venetian

KAMU Ultra Karaoke located inside The Venetian Las Vegas stands out as the only VIP party lounge on the Strip, boasting 40 uniquely themed private karaoke rooms tailored for group parties who want to karaoke the night away.

The private suites are so much fun — you may end up with the galaxy-themed room or even a Dragonball suite. And to round out your bachelorette party and make it truly Vegas-style, you can opt for bottle service (or order drinks separately) and order food there too.

You can also level up the pre-wedding festivities with balloons, flowers, and cake decorations, which the Kamu team will gladly set up if reserved at least two days in advance.

9. Enjoy Durango’s swanky new pool and cocktail bar

Durango Bel Aire Backyard
Courtesy of Durango Casino

If your bachelorette party is set during the summer months, you’ve gotta incorporate a little pool time into the itinerary! But let’s be honest, some pools are better than others.

Bel-Aire Backyard, Durango Casino’s brand-spankin’-new backyard pool area, is the place to be. It’s hip and trendy, but doesn’t come with the exorbitant fees you’ll encounter on the Strip. This is one of the many reasons why we love this off-strip casino!

With more than 65,000 square feet, the backyard hosts live DJ sets from noon to sunset from Thursdays through Sundays as well as Friday sunset parties.

The 7,200-square-foot pool houses 13 cabanas, 46 daybeds, and nearly 60 chaise lounges — set just above the water. The whole venue is a vibe, instantly transporting you into hip, ritzy, and glam part of Los Angeles. It almost feels like a movie set!

If you get hungry, The Backyard Grill caters to the pool area with many creative menu items like miso sea bass lettuce cups, watermelon and cucumber salad, crab and avocado salad, and sushi dishes. Alternatively, you can head inside the hotel for the amazing onsite food hall too!

10. Watch top DJs spinning at a pool party

Encore Beach Club
Encore Beach Club | Courtesy of Wynn Las Vegas

Again, if you’re celebrating that bachelorette party of yours between the months of April and October, then a dayclub is a Vegas itinerary must!

If your idea of an awesome daytime activity includes lounging around the pool looking cute, dancing to top DJs hits, drinking summer cocktails, and gorging on delicious poolside chicken tenders, then the day club is for you.

Encore Beach Club at Encore Las Vegas, Daylight at Mandalay Bay, Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World, TAO Beach Club at The Venetian, and WET Republic at MGM Grand are some of the most sought-after pool parties across the Strip.

If you want to live it up Vegas-style and have the budget for it, book a cabana and treat the bride to the ultimate dayclub experience.

11. Party it up at the nightclub

Zouk Nightclub
Zouk Nightclub | Courtesy of Resorts World

Clubbing is probably the #1 thing bachelorette parties do in Las Vegas! Celebrate that bride-to-be with a night of drinking, dancing, and vibing at Las Vegas clubs like XS at EncoreZouk at Resorts WorldOMNIA at Caesars Palace, or Marquee at The Cosmopolitan.

If it’s 4 am and you find the clubs closing but you’re not yet ready to turn down, head to Drai’s After Hours at The Cromwell.

PRO TIP: Make sure the bride wears a sash or tiara so it’s more likely she’ll get free drinks all night long!

12. See the glittering lights at The Neon Museum

Neon Boneyard Las Vegas
The Stardust sign at the Neon Boneyard

If you ever wondered where all the old Vegas signs have disappeared off to over the years, check out the Neon Museum, where you’ll find more than 200 of them gathered.

The Neon Boneyard is the main outdoor exhibition area where you can find a collection of over 200 vintage neon signs including those from old casinos, motels, and businesses. It’s such a picturesque spot for photos that ooze Old Vegas vibes! You can get lots of cute group photos here with retro lit-up signage in the background.

While you can wander around on your own, we recommend opting for a tour add-on. You’ll learn a lot more! There’s the Viva Las Vegas! Movies Tour or the History Brought To Light tour, among a few others.

PRO TIP: If you’re doing this one, make sure someone brings a good camera (or a phone with a good camera) — you can get really cute retro-Vegas themed group photos here!

13. Survive a horror-themed escape room

This is not your average bachelorette party activity, but we think some groups will love this one! Escape rooms are all the rage these days. So are scary movies! If you’ve tried one before, just know that the ones in Las Vegas are next level.

If you’re into a slight horror mix, try the IT-themed (yes, the scary clown) or SAW-themed escape rooms for an extra fun experience — especially if someone in your group gets scared super easily!

For less scary options, check out Number 1 Escape Room and Escapology, which often offer pretty steep discounts on Groupon. Both have amazing reviews and have really immersive rooms!

14. Take a pole dancing class

Take a fun and empowering pole dancing class to celebrate your bachelorette party in a truly Vegas-y way. Not only will you learn some impressive moves, but it’s also a great workout and a fantastic confidence booster.

Stripper 101 at Planet Hollywood is a popular choice when it comes to convenient options on the Las Vegas Strip. Professional instructors will teach you everything you need to know in a supportive and lively environment.

Alternatively, you can also check out Pole Fitness Studio (located off the Strip), which offers a range of classes for all skill levels, ensuring everyone in your group has a blast while discovering their inner diva. This experience will leave you with fantastic memories and maybe even a few new tricks to show off.

15. Have an AYCE brunch at a hotel buffet

Seafood at Bachannal Buffet at Caesars Palace
Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace

Weekends in Las Vegas are perfect for indulging in an all-you-can-eat buffet at one of the city’s many hotels. Saturdays and Sundays are especially good days to enjoy a buffet because that’s when the special seafood menus become available!

Treat all the girls to a feast full of unlimited crab legs and bottomless mimosas at one of Vegas’s famous buffets like Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars PalaceThe Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas, or Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan.

On Sundays, you’ll find regular restaurants also serving special brunch menus. Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood at M Resort Spa and Casino is a really good option! They have fresh fish (flown in daily), full lobster tails, dry-aged or wet-aged prime cut filet, ribeye, New York strip steaks, and lots more.

16. Have a unique dinner at The Mayfair Supper Club

Mayfair Supper Club Bellagio
Courtesy of MGM Resorts International

Feeling swanky? The Mayfair Supper Club at Bellagio is a unique and theatrical dining experience inspired by top supper clubs around the world, promising a return to the glamorous eras of Las Vegas and old New York.

Located against the backdrop of the iconic Fountains of Bellagio, this hip yet nostalgically-themed restaurant offers a feast for the senses with impeccable food presentations, drink selections, and endless entertainment complete with a live band, dancers, and vocalists.

If you’re here during Fridays and Saturdays, the Mayfair After Dark experience (from 11:00 PM to 1:00 AM) is a must. Sundays are when they have their swanky jazz dinner!

17. Throw a pizza party at Happy Camper

Happy Camper Las Vegas
Courtesy of Happy Camper

If you ask us, there’s no better combination of pizza, booze, and disco-ball vibes than what you’ll get at Happy Camper.

At this new restaurant/party space near Fashion Show Mall, you’ll find the most fun-looking dining room ever — a dining room filled with campers, disco balls, fire pits, and all the neon lights you could imagine.

Happy Camper offers a variety of spaces you could reserve for your bachelorette celebration. You could snag seats by the fire pits, or for a slightly larger group, reserve the Fire Pit Lounge all for yourself (complete with its own set of funky disco balls)! Cabanas provide a quintessential Vegas experience for up to 12, while The Disco Ball offers an intimate setting for smaller groups of up to 6 to enjoy drinks and music.

18. Do the all-you-can-drink package on the High Roller

The LINQ Hotel and Experience Las Vegas
Courtesy of The LINQ

Start your girls’ night out with the all-you-can-drink package on the High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ, one of the world’s tallest wheels. In fact, you can even swap out the “quintessential” rooftop bar experience for the High Roller because this ride offers some of the best sky-high viewpoints of the Las Vegas Strip!

The open bar package (Happy Half Hour) allows you to enjoy unlimited drinks for the full 30-minute ride.

19. Enjoy a night of laughter at a comedy show

For a darn good time with your friends, we’d recommend going to a comedy show while you’re in Vegas. Three of the best comedy club venues in Vegas are The Comedy Cellar at Rio, Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at MGM Grand, and LA Comedy Club at The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod.

These comedy clubs have featured some of the biggest names in comedy (like Aziz Ansari and Tiffany Haddish), so you may very well come across a special guest that you’ve seen on TV performing at these clubs!

20. Have drinks at an ice bar

minus5 at The LINQ
minus5 at The LINQ

Beat the heat at minus5 Ice Bar, a winter wonderland of 100 tons of custom-carved ice, complete with drinking glasses, walls, seats, and sculptures made of ice. This is the one place where your beer actually gets colder as you drink it!

Ice Bar is a ton of fun when it comes to photos because they give you fur coats to stay warm while you’re in the bar. These fur coats are going to be perfect for your selfies and your commemorative bach party IG post.

There are locations at The LINQ, The Venetian, and Mandalay Bay.

21. Have high tea at Waldorf Astoria

Want to slow down all that Las Vegas debauchery with a fancy little tea party? After you’ve had a bit of fun exploring Las Vegas, you can plan for an afternoon high tea experience at the Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas.

Enjoy high-quality tea infusions alongside tasty scones and finger sandwiches, all while taking in sweeping views of the Strip from the 23rd floor.

22. Take all the pics at the Museum of Selfies

Museum of Selfies Las Vegas
Museum of Selfies | Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

The Museum of Selfies originally made its mark in Southern California — it now brings its style to the Las Vegas Strip! 

The Museum of Selfies in Las Vegas is an interactive paradise for selfie lovers and social media mavens. This is a place where the term “do it for the ‘gram” actually means something.

Dive into a shimmering gold bathtub, make waves in an emoji-filled pool, jet-set in a private plane, or flip the world upside down in a gravity-defying room. Definitely bring a camera!

23. Go to Omega Mart at AREA15

Meow Wolf Omega Mart Las Vegas
Omega Mart at AREA 15 | Courtesy of Meow Wolf

AREA15 has got to be one of the coolest additions to Las Vegas, like ever.

This 200,000 square foot immersive art collective is buzzing with all things creative and imaginative. Throw an ax or two, play games at Emporium arcade bar, wander through a ‘supermarket’ that makes you question reality, take in high-tech / colorful art installations, or explore one of the many virtual reality experiences.

If you find yourself experiencing sensory overload like we did and are having trouble choosing what to do, we recommend you start with Omega Mart by Meow Wolf. You can expect to spend 3 to 5 hours inside this attraction alone!

You’ll be entering a glitchy, interdimensional grocery store filled with mind-bending products, mysterious portals, and trippy landscapes that come together to make up a really cool interactive art installation.

24. Explore the rest of AREA15

Haleys Comet AREA15 Las Vegas
Courtesy of AREA15

We mentioned Omega Mart, but in all honesty, the rest of AREA15 is worth your time too.

Learn more about the current exhibits here (many of them require separate tickets, but they also have combo passes). If special events and concerts are what you’re after, check out their events calendar to see what’s happening during the dates of your trip to Vegas.

25. Be wowed by a show at The Sphere

The Sphere Las Vegas
Courtesy of KSAT

If you’ve driven on the highways of Las Vegas (or have been on social media at all), chances are you’ve seen The Sphere.

When they’re not hosting concerts, there’s something else showing and it’s called The Sphere Experience. This is a two-part multi-sensory experience lasting approximately two hours. In all honesty, it’s two hours of immersive amazement.

First, you’ll get to explore The Atrium. This 45-minute experience is curated by five humanoid robots that serve as interactive guides to Sphere. The Atrium experience also includes a 50-foot holographic installation; artwork created by machine learning; and an interactive demonstration of Sphere Immersive Sound powered by HOLOPLOT.

About 45 minutes later, The Sphere Experience continues in the main venue bowl with a multi-sensory cinematic experience at an unparalleled scale – Darren Aronofsky’s Postcard from Earth. This specially commissioned film is a sci-fi portrait of our planet, leveraging Sphere’s cutting-edge technologies to transport you to new worlds without ever leaving your seat. 

26. Hang out with your favorite celebs at Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Beyonce
Courtesy of Madame Tussauds

For something cheesy and fun, Madame Tussauds at The Venetian offers a star-studded experience where you can interact with incredibly lifelike wax figures of your favorite celebs, musicians, and historical icons.

With over 80 meticulously detailed wax figures representing icons from film, television, and music, this immersive experience allows you to get up close and personal with your favorite stars. Unlike the experience of ACTUALLY meeting real celebrities, you can touch, pose, and take unlimited selfies with ’em here!

The experience doesn’t stop at celebrity encounters; you’ll also find IG-worthy experiences like riding Miley Cyrus’s life-size wrecking ball and spinning a DJ set with Steve Aoki. You can dive into a pool of a million poker chips, party with the Hangover boys, and witness Marvel’s megastars with the added fun of a Marvel Super Heroes 4D experience.

27. Get pre-dinner drinks at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden

Vanderpump Cocktail Garden Caesars Palace
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Lisa Vanderpump brings to Vegas Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, the newest hotspot featuring a hand-crafted cocktail menu and a selection of small bites.

The coolest part is that this cocktail bar is built to look like you’re in a little garden oasis. The drinks are bright and colorful, and so is the food! Expect fresh floral garnishes that serve to bring the garden to the plate.

To get you started on drinks, get The English Garden, made with Hendrick’s gin, elderflower, basil, lemon & lime, black pepper, lavender, celery bitters, and Aquafaba. It’s cute and delicious at the same time!

If you’re feeling more like wine, try Lisa Vanderpump’s very own rosé. With a nose of red currant, pepper and sweet citrus, this dry classic-style wine is a tribute to the best wines from Côtes de Provence area.

28. … or at Vanderpump à Paris

Vanderpump a Paris
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Wait wait, we’re not done with the Vanderpump magic just yet! There’s another one of her cute establishments in Paris Las Vegas.

Vanderpump à Paris is a world of total glamour and sophistication. This Vegas outpost is another one of Lisa Vanderpump’s creations, a chic cocktail lounge (reminiscent of an old Parisian courtyard) that’s easily one of the most picturesque spots on all of the property.

You’ll find lots of stylish Parisian-inspired décor, whimsical and unique cocktails, and an energetic, buzzing atmosphere perfect for a night out on the town. Sip on a refreshing LVP Sangria or a signature cocktail while soaking in the glamorous ambiance of this must-visit hotspot.

29. Catch the vibes at Cheri Rooftop

Looking for some Insta-worthy views and a laid-back vibe to kick off your night in Vegas? Head up to Cheri Rooftop, the hidden gem atop Paris Las Vegas.

This spot used to be the Chateau Nightclub, but ever since that’s closed, the space has been transformed to be the Chéri Rooftop Lounge. And it’s been a hit, especially with bachelorette parties! This rooftop experience blends a welcoming ambiance with craft cocktails and light snacks — all served under the Eiffel Tower.

Sip on one of their signature cocktails and soak in panoramic views of the Strip and the Bellagio Fountains while lounging in plush seating surrounded by lush greenery. It’s hip, it’s trendy. There’s a lot to love about this nightlife spot.

30. Enjoy Vegas by rooftop at the Foundation Room

For a rather upscale nightlife experience, head to Mandalay Bay’s Foundation Room, a sister venue of House of Blues. Foundation Room is a rooftop venue on the 63rd floor of the hotel, complete with cushy seating, wooden walls, and overhead chandeliers. It’s a whole vibe up there!

Once you make your way up to the tippy-top of the hotel, you can choose to relax in the indoor lounge area or step outside to the outdoor patio for a true Vegas rooftop experience. The Foundation Room features live music and entertainment, with a lineup of talented DJs and performers. If you’re looking for a more exclusive bachelorette party experience, you can reserve a private room or table for your group.

31. Take a helicopter tour of the Strip

Las Vegas Strip by Night
Courtesy of Pixabay

While we’ll admit this is not an activity that your average Vegas-goer partakes in, celebrating a bachelorette before the wedding IS a special occasion and warrants a special activity. Treat the bride-to-be to an epic helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip.

The flight at night is especially beautiful with all the lights! For the standard Las Vegas Strip flight, flights last about 15 minutes and will cost you about $100/person — or less!

Don’t want to pay full price? Neither do we. Check out this list of current deals + discounts on Las Vegas Strip helicopter tours.

32. Live out your cowgirl dreams on a ranch

When I was first doing research on fun day trips from Las Vegas and discovered this experience, my jaw literally dropped because of how perfect it was for group celebrations. For something different, this Maverick Ranch Breakfast and Horseback Ride is a fun and refreshing day away from the Strip.

Rise and shine for a big breakfast including eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, and pancakes at The Maverick Ranch. After fueling up, you’ll ride out on horseback into the hills with friendly ranch hands for an authentic cowboy/girl experience!

Best of all, you don’t even need a car for this excursion. You’ll be picked up early from your Las Vegas hotel and driven out to the Maverick Ranch. Return transportation is also included.

33. Take a morning hike at Red Rock Canyon

Red Rocks - GoVegas Guide
Papu and I hiking the Calico Basin area.

If you’re looking for the perfect outdoor adventure that’s not too far away from the Las Vegas Strip, Red Rock Canyon is where it’s at. Red Rock Canyon is locally famous for its rock formations in many shades of red, brown, and orange — which look oh-so-good against a backdrop of clear blue skies.

We like to go there for the hiking. There are both easy and challenging trails to choose from, making this a great option if you want to burn off all those Las Vegas buffet calories. Some of the most popular hikes here include the Calico Tanks Trail (2.2 miles roundtrip), Turtlehead Peak Trail (4.6 miles roundtrip), and Ice Box Canyon Trail (2.3 miles roundtrip).

If you’d rather not deal with the logistics of how to get there (or want to visit the park without hiking), there are various tour companies that will handle all the logistics and show you the park in all its glory.

34. Enjoy country music at Ole Red

Ole Red Las Vegas

How does listening to live country music all day sound? Ole Red Las Vegas, situated at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, promises an unforgettable honky-tonk experience.

This lifestyle and entertainment brand, inspired by Blake Shelton’s clever hit song, “Ol’ Red”, now has a location right here in Vegas. Since its opening in early 2024, it has become a home base for country music lovers.

The venue’s first and second floors offer a relaxed dining atmosphere during the day and transform into a lively honky-tonk complete with dance floors and VIP areas at night. The third floor provides a sophisticated lounge space for overflow dining and private events, while the rooftop offers a swanky restaurant environment by day and a luxurious lounge experience by night.

The main stage features a 40-foot screen, giving you a kick-ass country experience no matter where you sit. If you’re looking for a more exclusive party, then the rooftop stage is for you.

35. Go line dancing at Gilley’s Saloon

Gilleys Las Vegas
Courtesy of Gilley’s Saloon

Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que invites you to step into a world where the Wild West meets Vegas flair. Grab a seat on a saddle at the bar, order up some barbecue, and get ready to two-step and line dance the night away to the tunes of a live band.

Fuel up for a ride on the mechanical bull by first chowing down on some baby back ribs, a hearty cowboy burger, and spicy chili. Or, if you want to throw back some cold beers while two-stepping and line-dancing with your partner on the wood floor without much regard, you can do that too.

Oh, did we mention that line dancing lessons are also provided every day for free? Ya can’t beat this perk!

Gilly’s BBQ opens every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With its lively atmosphere and down-home hospitality, Gilley’s promises a really good time each and every night.


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