School's out for summer and the kids are looking to celebrate! Whether you want to spend the day splashing at a water park or exploring Nevada's nature, here are 7 awesome ways to celebrate the end of school in Vegas:
Ethel M Chocoalte Factory
Your kids have worked hard all year long, it's time to celebrate their efforts with a sweet treat. Head to Ethel M Chocolate Factory where you can see how they make their hand crafted chocolates and sweets. At the end of the tour you will get a free sample of their chocolate. The Factory also has a Botanical Cactus Garden with four acres of cacti and succulents.
M&M World Store
For another way to treat your graduate this summer, spoil them at the M&M World Store. Colorful decor, upbeat music and all the candy make this store perfect for kids, and everybody really. Go crazy on your favorite M&M products to kick off summer break.
High Roller Observation Wheel
Your kids may feel on top of the world now that school is out. And now you can let them be on top of the Vegas Strip with a ride on the High Roller Observation Wheel. Towering over Las Vegas Boulevard at 550-feet, the High Roller is one of the tallest in the world and offers amazing views of the Strip and beyond.
Valley of Fire State Park
Get out of dodge this summer and head to the Valley of Fire State Park for some exploring and hiking. Kids can unwind in the natural beauty of the park as they explore the many sights.
Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.
Marvel Comics fans can kick off summer with their favorite superhero at Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network). Kids participate in recruitment and training as a qualified station agent. The interactive experience includes videos, hopping on Captain America's motorcycle, experiencing Iron Man's Heads Up Display, facing off against Ultron and more.
If you have a dare devil on your hands, take him or her to the Rio Hotel and let them blow off some steam on the VooDoo Zipline. You'll start on the 51st floor of the Vegas hotel and then soar 500 feet in the air at speeds of up to 33 miles per hour.
Wet 'n' Wild
Nothing signifies summer break better than a water park. Celebrate the end of school with a trip to Wet 'n' Wild Water Park. Just 15 minutes off the Strip, Wet 'n' Wild boasts more than 25 slides and attractions. And no matter what age children you have, Wet 'n 'Wild has a ride for everybody including Splash Island for the little kiddos and the six-story vertical drop slides of Canyon Cliffs for the big ones.