Top 5 Las Vegas Attractions
Although Vegas is known for it's casinos and shows, Sin City is slowly becoming one of the best sports cities in North America! With two new major professional sports franchises in Vegas Golden Knights (NHL) and Las Vegas Raiders (NFL) rolling into town, Las Vegas is one of the best destinations for a sports road trip.
With so many sports fans heading to Vegas for sports road trip weekends, Elite Sports Tours decided to compile the Top 5 Attractions in Las Vegas to help you fill out your Sin City weekend itinerary!
#5 ALLEGIANT STADIUM TOUR
Though there hasn’t been a game played by the NFL in Las Vegas just yet Allegiant Stadium, home of the newly relocated Las Vegas Raiders is sure to be a must see venue in the NFL for years to come. The domed stadium will be finished this summer with a construction budget of US $1.8 billion dollars. The stadium is going to have many awesome features including an 85 foot tall torch behind one of the end zones in honor of former Raiders owner Al Davis. Similar to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the Raiders new stadium will have a retractable curtain style wall in one end zone to provide fans with a view of the famous Las Vegas strip. Elite Sports Tours highly suggests taking a tour of the state of the art venue whether you're in town for a Las Vegas Raiders game or not.
#4 FREMONT STREET
The Fremont Street Experience is a 0.8 mile long pedestrian mall and attraction in the downtown core of Las Vegas. The focal point of the Fairmont Street Experience is the vaulted neon canopy that sits 90 feet above the pedestrian surface and extends approximately 1,375 feet in length. There plenty of concerts and shows that are generally free and are held on one of the three stages along the Fremont Street Experience. The pedestrian mall is lined with many great shops and restaurants along with the following casinos: Binion’s Gambling Hall and Hotel, The D Las Vegas, Four Queens, Fremont Hotel and Casino, Golden Gate Hotel and Casino and the Golden Nugget Las Vegas. This is a great attraction to see with some of your down time during your Las Vegas Raiders or Vegas Golden Knights road trip in the Sin City!
#3 LAS VEGAS STRIP
The Las Vegas Strip is one of the most iconic streets in the world and features many of the largest resort & casinos on it. The Strip and Las Vegas welcome approximately 42+ million people each year, making it one of the most visited places in America. The Strip is revered around the world for its lights, variety of attractions, live entertainment, hotels and of course casinos. One thing that every sports fan should consider doing while on the strip is heading to the Caesars Palace Sports Book to watch a Las Vegas Raiders game and don't forget to place a bet ! The sportsbook is filled with TVs so you can keep track of all your other bets and the rest of the NFL games on the Sunday slate. Be sure to keep your eyes out for Cabral "Cabbie" Richards as the Bleacher Report Game Day Show is filmed live at Caesars Palace Sports Book. There might not be a better day to spend a NFL Football Sunday than at a sports book in Las Vegas!
#2 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS GAME
A Vegas Golden Knights hockey game at T-Mobile Arena should be on every hockey fan's bucket list! The atmosphere, the music, the pre and in-game entertainment exudes everything that Las Vegas is all about! Don't just take our word! In 2019, T-Mobile Arena was voted best atmosphere by the NHL Players Association. Whether you're a fan of the Golden Knights or a fan of hockey in general, a game at T-Mobile Arena is a must! In fact, even if you don't love hockey, seeing a Vegas Golden Knights game live may turn you into fan! Hockey and Vegas has become a match made in heaven and Elite Sports Tours is here to help you plan the perfect Vegas hockey road trip. Experience the best party in the NHL and book your Vegas Golden Knight hockey package today!
#1 LAS VEGAS RAIDERS GAME
There's a new meaning to "Sunday Funday" in Sin City with the Las Vegas Raiders now in town! Las Vegas is already a popular destination and with the recent arrival of the Vegas Golden Knights, it has become one of the most popular destinations for a sports road trip. Football fans travel extremely well and Las Vegas is sure to be on all NFL fans lists for the inagural season of Las Vegas Raiders football and more seasons to come. The tailgating scene in Las Vegas on a football Sunday is going to be like no other! From tailgating outside of Allegiant Stadium to hitting up the Vegas Strip for a pre-game party and everything in between! There will be nothing quite like a Sunday Funday on a Las Vegas Raiders game day! Allegiant Stadium is a state of the art stadium that cost $1.8 billion to build and sports a unque all black exterior to match the iconic black and silver colors of the Raiders. Whether it's for a bachelor/bachelorette party or a annual sports trip, Las Vegas should be the next destination for your football road trip!