"It’s been years since I last visited the Titanic exhibit, but the haunting sights have stayed with me. The exhibit transports guests to a lost world of glamour and tragedy. The artifacts are incredible, and you’ll feel both awe and empathy as you learn about the doomed ship.” –C."
"The Titanic Exhibition at Luxor allows an unprecedented opportunity for families to travel back in time and experience what life was like during the Titanic’s only voyage. More than 25 million people have visited this awe-inspiring exhibition."
"The Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas is situated at the Springs Preserve, in Las Vegas. Nevada is one of 7 Nevada State Museums worked by the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. The name was transformed from the Nevada State Museum and Historical Society in 2008 when the gallery moved from Lorenzi Park in Las Vegas to the Springs Preserve campus."
"Located at Springs Preserve, the Nevada State Museum works to advance the understanding of the history, pre-history, and natural history of Nevada. With everything from Nevada’s state fossil to historic Las Vegas glitz and glamour. Traveling exhibits ensure that each trip to the Nevada State Museum is a new experience for visitors new and old."
"The Burlesque Hall of Fame showcases this tempting form of dance as a visual art with an important historical legacy and highlights the stars of its past. It is part of the city’s rapidly growing downtown arts district, making it walkable from downtown and parts of Las Vegas Blvd. The exhibits are comprised of burlesque outfits and props from the 1960s to today, along with a trail of media articles and photos documenting the rise of burlesque in America’s nightlife culture."
"The Burlesque Hall of Fame provides an inside look at the popular art form of, you guessed it, burlesque!. This Las Vegas museum opened in 1990 in California, but moved to its current home in Las Vegas in 2006. It serves as a tribute to all elements of the art: comedy, theater, dance, music, and costumes."
"Burlesque has a long, proud history, and the Burlesque Hall of Fame is dedicated to developing, preserving and showcasing it. The displays are filled with props and costumes. Vintage memorabilia is everywhere."
Clark County Museum
4.7 (891 ratings)4.5 (652 ratings)
Regional museum featuring historical buildings, mining artifacts & exhibit hall on a 30-acre site.
"It's hard to say what's more impressive: the museum's physical location in a historic federal courthouse where mobsters sat for federal hearings in 1950–51, the fact that the board of directors is headed up by a former FBI special agent, or the thoughtfully curated exhibits telling the story of organized crime in America. In addition to hands-on FBI equipment and mob-related artifacts, the museum boasts a series of multimedia exhibits featuring interviews with real-life Tony Sopranos."
"Fascinating multimedia exhibits focus on science, technology and the social history of the 'Atomic Age,' which lasted from WWII until atmospheric bomb testing was driven underground in 1961 and a worldwide ban on nuclear testing was declared in 1992. View footage of atomic testing and examine southern Nevada's nuclear past, present and future, from Native American ways of life to the environmental legacy of atomic testing. Don't miss the ticket booth (how could you?); it's a Nevada Test Site guard-station replica."
"Over the past year, the phrase "back to brunch" has come to symbolize (sometimes politically) a return to normalcy after the worst moments of the pandemic. Of course, the ability to enjoy eggs Benedict with bottomless mimosas is no real indicator we've truly turned the corner in overcoming the crisis. Here's what we do know: vaccination rates are going up while hospitalization rates are going down in Nevada."
"Chef Natalie Young has put together a fresh take on breakfast and lunch with her Downtown Las Vegas restaurant, Eat. Based on her philosophy of eating local, fresh, flavorful food, Eat serves up delicious comfort food that is also good for you. On the corner of 7th Street and Carson, Eat is easily accessible from any part of downtown, and within walking distance of Downtown Grand."
"Whether you’re looking for a filling meal to start your day off right or deliciousness to cure a Vegas hangover, these brunch spots have you covered. Let me know in the comments below where your favorite Vegas brunch spot is!. This post was originally published on March 11, 2017."
Best Shopping Malls, Outlet and Places in Lake Sahara Area
Fremont Street Experience
4.5 (87266 ratings)4 (38930 ratings)
Sprawling 24-hour mall featuring a huge LED canopy, casino & restaurant access & free entertainment.
E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
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"This entire pedestrian street (all five blocks of it) is the biggest street party happening in Las Vegas and includes a massive overhead light display that covers the street. Along with striking light shows, visitors get to check out live performances and street art along every block. If you’re a fan of ziplining, Fremont Street has another reason for visiting."
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"Fremont Street Las Vegas NV 89101, map | Hours: Every hour on the hour from dusk to midnight. Just a few miles from the strip is a strip of old vegas on Fremont Street that they’ve turned into a great area to walk around. One of the attractions there is the Fremont Experience where they have a lit canopy overhead with nightly light shows."
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used under CC BY-SA 2.0. Chinatown Plaza is Sin City’s best-kept secret. Famously identified by the dragon-adorned Tang-Dynasty-inspired gate, this shopping mall along Spring Mountain Road is the place to be for authentic Asian fare."
Las Palmas Indoor Swap Meet
3.9 (202 ratings)
Lively marketplace with vendors for clothing, jewelry, cosmetics, household needs & electronics.
"Address: Las Palmas Indoor Swap Meet, 3115 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89115. The Las Palmas Indoor Swap Meet is a large indoor flea market that is located in the heart of Las Vegas. This flea market is known for its commitment to quality, as all of its vendors bring the best products and goods."
Best Pastries in Lake Sahara
Kneaders Bakery & Cafe
4.4 (1079 ratings)
Cafe chain specializing in a variety of breads plus sandwiches, salads, pastries & breakfast fare.
"JK Simply Cake is a licensed online based bakery serving the Las Vegas area. We specialize in Custom Cakes and Cupcakes for Weddings, Birthdays, Baby Showers and more. All of our Cakes are made from scratch using only high quality ingredients to achieve great flavor."
4.6 (502 ratings)
A variety of sweets & fresh baked French pastries served in warm, colorful bistro environs.
8751 W Charleston Blvd #110, Las Vegas, NV 89117, USA
"Charleston Blvd., Suite 110, it is the highest-rated low-priced bakery in Las Vegas, boasting four stars out of 773 reviews on Yelp. Founded in Tahiti in 2004, the bakery later moved to Las Vegas in 2010. Its specialties include breads, pastries and macarons."