Traveling can get really expensive and some places are more expensive than others, Las Vegas being one! In Las Vegas, a drink costs you $15 or more and nachos cost you around $25. But these high prices shouldn’t stop you from visiting! Below you can find several activities all right around $25 dollars, leaving you plenty of money to pay your bills and still have fun on vacation.
The Las Vegas Strip
Buy a drink downtown on the strip in Las Vegas and then walk the strip! Drinks typically run between $15-$20 at restaurants and high-profile places. If you are looking for a more budget-friendly drink, then check the local convenience store. If day drinking is not your thing, then just take a casual stroll walking the strip. The strip is around 4-miles long and has tons of shops, ranging from Gucci to local shops, that are a great pop-in!
For any adrenaline junkies, this one is for you. This Zipline is 12 stories high and a total rush! You and 10 friends can even ride side by side.
Kiss Monster Mini Golf
While you can find mini-golf everywhere, this course is like no other! This monster golf course is KISS-themed and includes many KISS-inspired items and features. The golf course only costs $11.95 a person and has 18 holes. This neon/blacklight course is the perfect activity for anyone who is on a budget and looking for some fun!
Located on the North end of the strip, The Strat offers stunning views of the city of Las Vegas. The Strat is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. The Strat stands 1,149-feet-tall and offers a beautiful observation deck and many top-notch spots!
With the COVID-19 pandemic, traveling outside the United States has been harder and harder, but lucky you don’t have to fly to France to get a taste of Paris! On the Las Vegas Strip, you can find this stunning replica of the Eiffel Tower. This sight-seeing adventure only costs $20 to ride to the top. From the top, you can get a clear view of the Las Vegas strip.
The Neon Boneyard features more than 250 signs, and the Neon Museum doesn’t stop there! It also features a north gallery, special exhibits, and many public art pieces. If you can’t make the trip to the Neon Museum don’t worry they got you covered with a public art walking tour that showcases neon signs that have been refurbished and are now back on the strip!