The Range 702

Click, click, BOOM. At The Range 702, you've got the right to bear arms. But we wouldn't advise it because those empty shell casings can be sizzling hot (badum bum -- we're writers -- of course we know the difference between "bear" and "bare"). But seriously, you know you're doing something right when you're a multi-award-winning gun range. One of the most prominent indoor shooting ranges in southern Nevada, this four-tiered facility is rated five stars by the NRA and is also a winner of the Concierge Choice Award. You know what that means: they're pretty much considered industry badasses. With full-time gunsmiths, training courses, a retail store and firearm rentals, this place will have gun enthusiasts drooling all over themselves. And when you've got no saliva left in your mouth, they've got you covered with a full snack bar to refuel before you reload. At The Range 702, they bring out the big boys, as in machine guns and military-grade weapons, and let guests pop off rounds faster than they can count them. You wouldn't buy a car before you drove it, so why would you buy a gun before you shot it? Whether you're in the market or just blowing off some steam, guests can rent the full spectrum of firearms from pistols to Uzis for around $50. Hosting a bachelor or bachelorette party? The VIP lounge has private shooting lanes that come with a hostess, pool table, flat-screen TV and surround-sound, catering and your own range safety officer. Whether you're a bona fide sharp shooter or a complete beginner, The Range 702 has got you covered.  

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Titanic Artifact Exhibition

If you loved the 1997 movie "Titanic," then the Titanic exhibit at the Luxor will blow you away.  Featuring more than 250 authentic artifacts, as well as breathtaking replicas from the famous ship, the Titanic exhibit truly brings history to life.  One of the most heartfelt elements of the exhibit is the personal stories of the passengers. During the tour, the exhibit's staff shares personal tales from the passengers. Some stories have a tragic, yet romantic ending. For instance, some wives chose to stay behind with their husbands instead of climbing onto the lifeboats.  At the beginning of the exhibit, patrons receive a boarding pass of an actual passenger on Titanic. On the back of each boarding pass is the age and the itinerary of that person. At the end of the tour, patrons find out if he or she survived the Titanic by finding the name on the wall memorial.  Amazing artifacts  Titanic Fast Facts 706 passengers survived, but 1,517 were lost. Even if all 20 lifeboats had been filled to capacity, there was only room in them for 1,178 people. The Titanic was the largest moving object of its time.  It cost $7.5 million to build Titanic and carried a $5 million insurance policy. It would have cost about $400 million to build the ship today. More than 15,000 men worked on the Titanic for nearly three years to construct the hull and internal structure.  More than 100,000 people gathered to watch the Titanic sail off to New York.  For a third-class passenger, a ticket was $40 ($900 today). For a first-class passenger, tickets were $4,350 a piece ($50,000 today). It took about 60 pounds of coal for the ship to move 60 feet.  In addition to the passengers' stories, other fascinating details include their belongings.  You'll discover the Titanic passengers brought their own china and silverware. Each cup, plate, pitcher and bowl has its own interesting, distinct look. One of the exhibit's unique pieces discovered is the au gratin plates set, stacked neatly in rows. The au gratin dishes were found lined up inside of a wooden crate that had deteriorated over time -- an image that is recreated in the exhibition.  Other artifacts include ship tools, postcards, currency, a pipe, a spittoon and playing cards.  The Big Piece  While the tiny pieces leave behind a lasting impression, The Big Piece -- a huge piece of the ship's hull -- definitely stands out.  This piece is currently the largest Titanic artifact ever retrieved. The Big Piece weighs an astounding 15 tons and measures more than 26 feet long.  Riveting replicas  In addition to the artifacts, the exhibit also features amazing replicas from the Titanic. One of these includes the staircase replica. Most remember the staircase scene in "Titanic" with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Seeing the staircase in person brings the Titanic to life.  The staircase is where first-class passengers met, mingled and admired each other's outfits. The intricately-detailed staircase replica includes iron, bronze and even the stained glass dome. Visitors have the option of having their picture taken and purchasing it at the end of the tour.  Other noteworthy replicas include the promenade deck (which features the sounds of waves crashing and a starry sky) as well as an iceberg, which guests are more than welcome to touch. Since the iceberg was specifically created for the exhibit, it contains its own cooling system to prevent it from melting.  Make sure to stop and take a look at the third-class and the finely decorated first-class sleeping quarters. Adorned with burgundy colors, elegant décor and mahogany accents, the first-class suite was considered more luxurious than any hotel room on land in its time.  Great for the entire family  From young to old, visitors of all ages will enjoy this exhibit. There is also gift shop for those who want to take a piece of Titanic home with them. Visitors can purchase everything from T-shirts, stuffed animals, captain hats for kids, cups, key chains and much more.  Titanic's overall experience gives guests a better perspective and appreciation of what happened on that fateful night. It allows visitors to remember the story of Titanic, especially the heroism of the crew and the passengers that were lost that night.

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Dig This

Perfect for the big kids at heart (14 years and older), this tour will have you operating a a state-of-the-art bulldozer or hydraulic excavator.  After a brief safety and equipment orientation, you'll be given a hard hat, safety vest and radio. Once you climb aboard, you'll be operating an excavator or bulldozer in no time. And don't be intimidated by all the switches and gears. An experienced instructor will talk you through step-by-step via radio. In no time you'll be rolling gigantic boulders across the dirt, excavating trenches, stacking tires and playing "excavator basketball." Choose either the excavator or bulldozer ride, both missions are challenging and fun. With five acres of a super-sized sand box, you'll definitely have room to get down and dirty. Whether you grew up reading "Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel" or watching the cartoon show "Bob the Builder," Dig This will soon have you exploring the fun of this adult sand box. 

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BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark

Eating in the dark doesn't have to mean munching on a soggy T.V. dinner with the lights off. BLACKOUT "Dining in the Dark" is going to turn your lame meals into an all-out sensory experience. Sure, you can get a meal anywhere. Heck, it's not even that hard to find a multi-course, plant-based prix-fixe meal in this town. But BLACKOUT takes it up a notch by giving you a bomb.com meal in the pitch black darkness. Seriously, you literally can't see anything. Phones, flashlights or light of any sort aren't allowed. But that's what allows your other senses to hop into the driver's seat and take the wheel. It's like if MJ finally gave the other Jackson brothers some shine, imagine what they could've been. Sit back and relax as your mystery seven-course prix-fixe meal is served. Like an ex boo-thang, you'll taste, smell, hear and feel food in a way that you've probably never fully appreciated until it's gone. And since the servers come equipped with night vision goggles, you won't have to worry about the grub getting to your plate safely, because it's all gravy (no pun intended). Finally, it's time to put all of those nights of eating in the dark to use. There isn't a dining experience anywhere else in Vegas like BLACKOUT "Dining in the Dark." You're going to want to check this place out.

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Elvis Themed Vow Renewal

If you could go back in time and get married by Elvis, would you do it? Wait, don’t answer that, we already know that’s a yes. You’re in for a hunka, hunka burning love good time when you visit Graceland Wedding Chapel to renew your vows with Elvis officiating.  Turn back time and go back to your wedding day with your one true love, and this time we’ll even throw in an Elvis remix. At Graceland Wedding Chapel, you’ll have the opportunity to renew your vows alongside the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, aka the officiant, himself. But that’s not all, along with a sweet serenade sesh, Elvis will also escort your loved one down the aisle. They have packages that suit everyone’s need. It’s time to fall in love underneath the Sin City skyline. Schedule your vow renewal today.   

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Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

A Parisian ProposalEverybody dreams of falling in love in Paris, so why not propose there? The Paris chapel offers Eiffel Tower marriage proposal amenities, giving you the chance to pop the question in a semi-private area of the Eiffel Tower. Please inquire for more details. Love is great and all, but a spectacular view is even better. And where can you get one of the best views of the city? The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck, duh! Oh, and it's not just a tourist thing, this is an every person thing. Yeah, we're talking to you locals (#callingyouout). If you're single, you can have your "Sleepless in Seattle" moment and meet the love of your life up there. If you're in a relationship, you can pop the question with a birdseye view of The Strip. And if you've been hitched for awhile, then it's a great thing to see with your lover. The unbeatable views are well worth the ascent 50 stores up. You'll get to see the Bellagio Fountains, the beautiful Vegas Valley, the surrounding mountains and, of course, the tipsy pedestrians having a good time. And if you're anything like us, and get hungry every five minutes, you can prance your merry self to the Eiffel Tower Restaurant located on the 11th floor. Or if you already know yourself, make a resi and plan your viewing deck ticket around it. Go check out this beaut and bask in the views that come along with it.  

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Vegas Indoor Skydiving

If you always wanted to experience the thrill of skydiving, but the thought of jumping out of a plane scares the bejeezus out you, there's still hope with Vegas Indoor Skydiving. The view may be different, but at least you wont have to worry about being the mosquito on the windshield. Sounds like a win-win to us. After a brief training class you'll be fitted into your flight gear. Wear comfortable clothing, a short-sleeved shirt and tennis shoes (it gets hot in there!). Instead of plunging down - you'll soar up, inside a padded room with a fan that generates vertical winds up to 120 miles per hour. Once the propeller kicks into full gear, you'll float high above the netted floor.  Each person has two minutes of tunnel time and the entire experience takes about an hour. Don't worry if you've never done anything like this before, it's fun for all ages and there's no experience required because you'll have a flight instructor. After your experience, your hair will be a hot mess. But who cares? You had the time of your life. Your pictures are available for purchase as evidence that you defied gravity and they'll send it straight to your email so you post them on social media or forward the email to all your jealous family members. 

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Shark Reef Aquarium

Housing more than 2,000 animals including sharks, exotic fresh and saltwater fish, a massive sea turtle and much more. Shark Reef offers the aquatic experience of a lifetime. The ocean is probably the last thing people think of when they visit the dry desert of Las Vegas, but the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay changes that. Shark Reef is reminiscent of an ancient temple slowly sinking into the ocean. The tunnel, which houses five species of sharks and the aquarium's largest animals, is designed to look like a sunken shipwreck. Here, visitors can witness a scuba diver's view of these mesmerizing creatures, including nurse sharks and tiger-striped sharks measuring up to nine feet long, and two tiger sharks that measure more than six feet in length.  When divers swim in to clean these tanks, they wear a stainless steel mesh, similar to what knights wore long ago. The metal helps keep the animals away so the humans don't look like food. In addition to the shark tunnel, guests can experience exhibits featuring crocodiles, freshwater fish, piranhas and much more.  Since many of us aren't planning to pet a piranha anytime soon, visitors can enjoy getting a "hands-on" experience with various stingrays, eels and crabs at the touch pool.  Also at the Shark Reef is an eight-foot-long Komodo dragon, the largest species in the lizard family. This particular Komodo lives within an environment similar to its habitat, complete with sand, boulders and a pool. For those who want an in-depth, personal enrichment about the animals, audio wands are available in Spanish, English and Japanese. In addition, Shark Reef's naturalists are available to answer any questions visitors may have. Located at the end of the exhibit, Shark Reef's gift shop features an assortment of figurines, picture frames, trinkets and souvenir photos for those who took one right before the tour.   Sharks: Blacktip reef sharks, whitetip reef sharks, bonnethead sharks, nurse sharks, sand tiger sharks, sandbar sharks, zebra sharks, white spotted bamboo sharks, port jackson sharks and lemon sharks Tropical and Fresh Water Fish: Several species of angelfish, puffer fish and tang fish, and venomous tropical fish including lionfish and foxface Reptiles: Golden crocodiles, green sea turtles and ravenous water monitors Eels, Marine Invertebrates, Rays: Moray eels, southern stingrays and hundreds of moon jellyfish

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The Hunger Games: The Exhibition

Ready to channel your inner Katniss Everdeen? Want to learn more about District 12? The Hunger Games: The Exhibit inside MGM Grand Las Vegas is your ticket to all things Panem. If you’re a fan of The Hunger Games (and with more than $3 billion grossed at the box office, literally who isn’t?!), you’re going to absolutely LOVE The Hunger Games: The Exhibit inside MGM Grand. But this isn’t like a regular exhibition, this is a cool exhibition. We’re talking a costume gallery that features nearly 30 original outfits worn by the cast, including the jaw-dropping “Girl on Fire” dress, a recreation of President Snow’s Office, the Tribute Train and interactive features out the wazoo. And you already know it wouldn’t be a Hunger Games exhibit without a real-life archery-training experience set within a 60-foot-wide training lab! And all of this is only the tip of the arrow (see what we did there?). To really immerse yourself in The Hunger Games world, you’re going to have to purchase your cheap tickets for The Hunger Games: The Exhibit inside MGM Grand Las Vegas today.

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Pole Position Raceway

Craving a taste of adrenaline on your vacation? If you want a bit of excitement and adventure, Pole Position Raceway will send your heart racing. Novice and experienced racers alike can enjoy this state-of-the-art facility, which features indoor race karts zooming faster than any of their kind in the country. In fact, over 80,000 unique racers have raced at Pole Position Raceway since opening in December of 2007. In addition to celebrities like Star Wars creator George Lucas, Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger and professional racers such as Kevin Harvick, Travis Pastrana, Al Unser Jr. and Kyle Busch, novice drivers from ages 10 to 70 also come out to the track. NASCAR Champion Kurt Busch and seven-time AMA Supercross Champion Jeremy McGrath are both part of the team that brought Pole Position Raceway to Las Vegas. Pole Position Raceway's 60,000-square-foot facility features a unique quarter-mile European-style track. The track can be compared to the real thing because it is actually designed by professional race car drivers. But the karts are what surprise most guests. These racing karts are approximately 18-horsepower and capable of going up to 45 miles per hour, which is quite impressive for being indoors. In addition, these electric-powered karts are environmentally friendly -- they emit no exhaust. Before heading out on the track, drivers get to choose a racing name -- this name shows up on the big screen above the track. Here, racers can see exactly where they stand against the other participants during the race. Once the adventure begins, drivers find themselves racing through long straightaways, hairpin turns and other unique elements. Your arms will get quite a workout -- you'll need to use your muscles to maneuver the sharp turns. And while you may hear all sorts of screeching, crashing and bumping cars behind you, don't let those factors psych you out. These should be your motivation to pick up the pace!  At the end of each race, each driver will receive a scorecard, which includes details like lap time and position in race along with overall race stats. Compare your results with other racers to see where you stand. Even if you're not into racing, you'll have fun simply being here. Guests can stroll through the facility and see race cars, motorcyles, helmets and racing suits on display worn by professionals, including Dale Earnhardt, Sr. The upstairs game room features two pool tables, a pinball machine, plasma TVs and not to mention, a great aerial view of the track. Catch the excitement below and pay attention to how the experts execute the tricky turns. And who knows? After watching for a while, you may be able muster up the courage to try the track yourself. The helpful staff makes you feel comfortable and will also address any concerns you might have. Pole Position Raceway also offers an arcade, which includes a variety of racing games. If you want to take a piece of your experience with you, Pole Position Raceway also sells memorabilia, including T-shirts and hats. A variety of private parties, catered events, as well as group racing packages are available. With Pole Position's custom racing, you can either race head-to-head with friends, against the clock or eliminate drivers through multiple rounds of racing. For more information about hosting your special event, please call (702) 227-7223. Whether you're the careful cruiser or the super speedster, Pole Position Raceway is fun for all.

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Las Vegas Explorer Pass

Better than a golden ticket, the Las Vegas Explorer Pass gives you the freedom and flexibility to choose three attractions from a list of more than a dozen experiences on the Las Vegas Strip all for one low price. Plus you'll be able to skip lines at select attractions and you know we are all about skipping lines.  Don’t get bogged down trying to figure out how to cram everything into one or two days. The great thing about the Las Vegas Explorer Pass is it doesn't even get activated until you visit your first attraction and then you have up to 30 days to see all three attractions.  Remember that low price we we're talking about. Depending on the attraction combination you choose, you can save up to 55% over paying for the attractions separately.   Each Las Vegas Explorer Pass is good for admission to up to 3 of the following attractions. You can choose any three off the list. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Big Bus Las Vegas Hop-On Hop-Off Day Tour VEGAS! The Show Hoover Dam Tour High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ: Daytime Pass Straosphere Observation Deck Plus VIP Access V- The Ultimate Variety Show Meal at Planet Hollywood Restaurant Señor Frogs: One-Hour Open Bar CSI: The Experience Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Zombie Burlesque The Mob Museum X-Scream at The STRAT Insanity at The STRAT Big Shot at The STRAT Beatleshow Orchestra Nathan Burton Comedy Magic Las Vegas Monorail 2-Day Pass Las Vegas Downtown - Fremont St. Walking Tour Gene Woods Racing Experience Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas - Daytime Ticket The Mentalist Vegas Rockstar Club Tour Rockstar Pool Party Tour (available seasonally) Las Vegas Live Comedy Club Chaos & Confetti Show - Recycled Percussion Stripper 101 - Learn how to pole dance Marc Savard Comedy Hypnosis Popovich Comedy Pet Theater Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay Number One Escape Room Jokesters Comedy Club Ultimate 4D Experience All Day Pass at Excalibur Hollywood Cars Museum Las Vegas Natural History Museum Erotic Heritage Museum National Atomic Testing Museum Fly Linq Defending the Caveman Springs Preserve Lion Habitat Ranch One Round of Golf at Monster Mini Golf Shalimar Wedding Chapel Experience Sky Zone Recreation Center Comedy Magician Adam London's Laughternoon Dinner @ Cafe Hollywood (Valid after 5pm) Meal @ Tequila Taqueria @ Bally's Resort & Casino The Roller Coaster at NY-NY Participant list is subject to change without notice. Passes are good for three attractions up to 30 days from the first time the pass is used.

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Erotic Heritage Museum

It’s probably not a big surprise that the largest erotic museum on the planet happens to be in good ole Las Vegas, Nevada. They don't call us Sin City for nothin,' am I right? The purpose behind the museum is educational and experiential, a place guests can learn about communities and celebrate their basic human desires without judgment. Many of the displays rotate every few months and are interactive. Yep, bet that got your wheels turning a little. The adult films exhibit takes guests on a historical timeline of the industry, introducing the pioneers that started the movement. You'll also meet the stars – er– videos of the stars. Now's probably a good time to tell you this place isn't for the bashful. There are countless adult films being played on screens all over the museum.   You'll also check out a pretty eclectic collection of antique and ancient sex toys. Made of marble, stone and even jade, some of these artifacts date back to 1500 BC. Yes, as in before Christ – this pretty much takes quality to a whole new level. Just in case you were wondering, human anatomy doesn't look a whole lot different now than it did back then. Have you ever seen the erotic version of a Rube Goldberg machine? Neither had we. That is until we hopped on the largest sex bike in the world, which happens to be the centerpiece of the museum (rightfully so). It's a two-story tandem bicycle. Come on, who doesn't want to say they rode the largest sex bike in the world while vacationing in Vegas? The Museum is also home to the live show Puppetry of the Penis, as well as workshops, a lecture series and performance art. And like any good Vegas instillation, there are quite a few giggle-inducing souvenirs for you to take home and prove to your friends that this place really exists. And if it couldn't get any better, we have two words for ya: "cash bar." So grab a drink and thank us later.   

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