|The Orleans Arena is a 9,500 seat multi-purpose arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is home to the Las Vegas Wranglers Ice hockey team and the Las Vegas Gladiators arena football team. It is located at the Orleans Hotel and Casino and is operated by Coast Casinos, a subsidiary of Boyd Gaming Corporation.
|Thomas & Mack Center |
|The Thomas & Mack Center is an arena on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The facility was first opened in the summer of 1983. Its primary tenant is the UNLV men's basketball team. It also hosts the National Finals Rodeo annually. The facility also hosted the Las Vegas Thunder of the now defunct International Hockey League. The facility also hosts numerous other events, such as concerts, conventions, boxing cards, MMA cards such as PRIDE Fighting Championships, and professional wrestling shows such as WWE No Way Out 2001 and WWE Vengeance 2005. Mikhail Gorbachev once spoke in the arena in March of 2004 about his views on current world events. For ring events, the capacity is 19,522; for basketball, the capacity is 18,776.
The facility is named after two prominent Nevada bankers, E. Parry Thomas and Jerome Mack, who donated the original funds for the feasibility and land studies.
|Shark Reef At Mandalay Bay Hotel|
|This Las Vegas attraction features Sharks, tropical aquariums, a jelly fish exhibit as well as a few crocodiles. A great way to spend a few hours. You will come in contact with numerous species of sharks, marine invertebrates and rays. All in a ancient sunken temple themed locale. Walk through a tunnel where sharks surround you and put your fingers in the touch tank. No other Las Vegas attraction allows you to touch living sea animals.|
|Manhattan Express Rollercoaster at New York/New York Hotel|
|Of all the Las Vegas attractions this one will get you moving the fastest. Located in the New York/New York Las Vegas resort this Roller coaster will take you to heights of 203 feet, drops of 144 feet and speeds up to 67 MPH, It features the world's first "heartline" twist and dive maneuver, allowing riders to experience the thrilling force of negative g's! I nearly lost my lunch on this one but it was well worth it. The ultimate Las Vegas attraction.|
|Las Vegas Attractions - Bellagio Fountains|
|Every evening, time briefly seems to stop in front of the Bellagio. Running every 15 minutes or every half-hour, depending on the time of year, the animated fountains are impossible to simply walk past. Cleverly orchestrated to a variety of songs -- from "One, Singular Sensation," featured on Broadway, to "Fly Me To The Moon," written by Bart Howard and made famous by Frank Sinatra -- the fountains appear to come to life with every note.|
|Eiffel Tower - Paris Las Vegas|
|This Las Vegas attraction gets you high in the air above Las Vegas. The replica Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas is an exact reproduction of one of Europe’s most famous landmarks, only at 1/2 scale. You can to ride to the top, and experience a panoramic view of the valley, from 460 feet above the ground. There is also the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, located on the 11th floor. Las Vegas attractions do not get better than this.|
|Las Vegas attractions - Gameworks|
|This is a huge arcade right on the strip that features an enormous rock climbing wall. Right in the showcase shopping area adjacent to the MGM Grand you can spend hours on state of the art arcade games.|
|Adventuredome at Circus Circus Hotel|
|The perfect Las Vegas attraction for the kids. In the summer this is a an air-conditioned theme park that you will think was delivered from heaven. Incredible thrill rides and a joy for the kids. It's free to walk around, but you will have to pay to get wet on Rim Runner or get sick on Chaos.|
|Star Trek the Experience at the Las Vegas Hilton|
|At the Las Vegas Hilton they are converting average people into trekkies every day. This ride takes you aboard the enterprise and into space. If you're a fan of the show and even if you're not you will enjoy this.|
|Fremont Street Experience - Downtown Las Vegas|
|A free show in the streets of Downtown Las Vegas. The music is loud and the lights dance above your head. It is an experience. Shows begin at 8:30, for free. The best free Las Vegas attraction|
|The Stratosphere Tower|
|With the tallest rollercoaster in the world and a great view this is an attraction that you will not want to miss. The tower is now a Las Vegas trademark and why not go to the top of it. Ride the rollercoaster or have dinner, it's a ton of fun.|
|Lion Habitat at the MGM Grand Hotel|
|It's not much, but, you can take pictures with baby lions at this attraction or just watch them walk around. I always seem to find myself standing there for twenty minutes watching a cat sleep. I don't know why, try it and explain it to me. This is the Las vegas attraction where you can get a picture with a huge cat.|