There is certainly no shortage of places to enjoy a laugh in Las Vegas. From comedians to unique atmospheres, shows and more, here are 5 new places to tickle your funny bone in Vegas.

Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club
The newly opened Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ Promenade is already becoming one of the funniest spots in Las Vegas. Not only does it serve up the laughs, but the club also offers specialty cocktails named after Kimmel’s relatives, memorabilia and tasty bar food. The comedy club space is bigger than most others, accommodating over 300 people. Kimmel works with the club’s general manager to book talent. So far, the club has seen comedians John Heffron and Nikki Glasser.

Las Vegas Comedy Cellar
Rated the #1 comedy club by Google Reviews and #1 by TripAdvisor, the Las Vegas Comedy Cellar is a can’t-miss if you’re looking for some laughs. Each set features 5 different TV headliners doing their best 20-minute sets. It is an exact replica of the NY Comedy Cellar, and books the same talent. The Comedy Cellar has been seen in major television series and films, including HBO’s Crashing, Robert De Niro’s The Comedian, Jerry Seinfeld’s feature doc Comedian, and others.

The Laugh Factory
While the Laugh Factory has been a Vegas comedy mainstay since it opened at the Tropicana, there are always new and noteworthy acts to check out that make a return visit worth your while. This month, the Laugh Factory welcomes Andrew Dice Clay for a series of shows from August 30th – September 1st.

Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club
The newly revamped Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at MGM Grand is one of our favorite spots on the Strip to catch a laugh. The rotating cast of the best comics on the national circuit is sure fire way to laugh the night away. Additionally, Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club offers the feel of a 1920’s speakeasy offering old-school Vegas charm.

The Happy Place
For a different way to smile make sure you check out The Happy Place. Opening August 23, The Happy Place is an interactive, immersive pop-up exhibit featuring larger-than-life installations and multi-sensory themed rooms. Get ready to grin when you see the seven-foot stiletto made of a million candies and six-foot tall mirrored X and O letters surrounded by a wall of one thousand red lips. You can even dance in the world’s largest confetti dome.