Things To Do
Plan to arrive early for pre-conference activities!
After all, they don’t call Las Vegas the “Entertainment Capital of the World” for nothing…
Explore the city’s earliest roots at the Springs Preserve, also home to the Nevada State Museum. Let original showgirl costumes dazzle you alongside geology, atomic era, and Hoover Dam exhibits, all while surrounded by magically lush gardens. You can also tour the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort, the historic adobe building in downtown Las Vegas that launched the city we know and love today.
Looking for something glitzier, or grittier? The Neon Museum takes you through the history of Las Vegas via a jaw-dropping collection of vintage neon signs, while The Mob Museum tells the true stories of the city’s ties to organized crime (like when mobster “Bugsy” Siegel owned the Flamingo).
If Vegas vacation vibes are what you seek, you’ll have endless options. Root for the home teams at a Vegas Golden Knights, Las Vegas Aces, or Las Vegas Aviators game, or shop ‘til you drop at spots like the Container Park and Fremont East District. All this fun will work up an appetite, so come hungry to Golden Steer Steakhouse, The Bootlegger Bistro, and all the other foodie favorites the locals can’t recommend enough.
Whether a celebrity chef’s restaurant and an A-list performance at the Smith Center is on your to-do list, or wallet-friendly eats and free entertainment at the Fremont Street Experience are a better fit for your budget, Las Vegas is ready to welcome the world!