Mixed within the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas are plenty of family friendly things to do. From family-friendly entertainment, to Vegas hotels and eateries, here is your ultimate kid-friendly guide to Las Vegas:
Shake Shack - Grab a burger at the New York-based burger joint Shake Shack. Families can enjoy burgers, shakes for kids and beer and wine for adults at this lively establishment. The entire family will fall in love with the food and fun here.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria - What kid doesn’t love pizza? And what better way to satisfy your kid’s pizza cravings than with a New York-style pizza? Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is a staple in New York, having served their famous pizza pies for decades. And now you and your family can experience the legendary pizza at The Palazzo Resort. What makes Grimaldi’s so special is their fresh dough and toppings, handmade mozzarella and a tasty pizza sauce. The pizzas are cooked in a brick oven for a unique flavor your family will love.
Bacchanal Buffet - If you have some picky eaters in your family look no further than The Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. The buffet features hundreds of daily food dishes including fresh seafood, carving stations, an Asian station, salads, delicious small plate offerings and an assortment of desserts.
Sprinkles Cupcakes - Treat the kiddos to something sweet at Sprinkles Cupcakes. Located at The LINQ, Sprinkles satisfies sweet tooth’s with freshly baked and handcrafted cupcakes. In addition to their signature cupcakes, Sprinkles offers cookies and ice cream. The store also has a Cupcake ATM on the outside that dispenses freshly baked cupcakes and cookies 24 hours a day.
Mirage Hotel & Casino - The Mirage offers plenty for family fun. With a 20,000-gallon aquarium, a beautiful tropical rain forest indoor atrium, the spectacular volcano show out front and a great location in the heart of the Strip, you and the kids will stay well entertained throughout your stay.
South Point Hotel - This family friendly hotel is a few miles south of the Strip and includes lots of activities for kids like a 64-lane bowling center, a 16-screen movie theater, a fun arcade and a great swimming pool area. Parents can also enjoy the casino, the Costa del Sur Spa, and the great comedians that frequent the Showroom.
Mandalay Bay - This huge pool complex has something fun for all ages. Families will love the real sand beach area that fronts the huge Wave Pool, the 1/4-mile lazy river as well as two lagoon pools. Adults will like the beachside casino and the Jacuzzi spas.
Blue Man Group - The fun and imaginative show the Blue Man Group will certainly keep the kids laughing, smiling and dancing. The show consists of a variety of acts ranging from playing percussion instruments created from unique everyday household items to interacting with the audience, technology and much more.
Vegas Indoor Skydiving - Your kids might be a little too young to skydive, but they are not too young to experience the sensation of falling out of an airplane at Vegas Indoor Skydiving. The attraction teaches you how to float in the air in their vertical wind tunnel with 120 mph winds. You’ll feel like you are actually free falling just like you would if you were really skydiving.
Wet n Wild Las Vegas - Heading to the water park on a hot Vegas day might make for the perfect family fun day. This 20-acre water park is a short drive from the Strip and has over 25 slides and attractions. For the littlest ones there is Kiddie Cove, for families there is Paradise Falls with a lazy river, wave pool and kid friendly slides. Older kids and adults can enjoy the many thrill slides throughout the park.
Adventure Dome Theme Park - The indoor theme park is located at Circus Circus will keep the kids entertained with games and rides. The rides range from mild family rides, thrill rides and all the way up to large roller coasters. Plus, admission is free!
Tournament of Kings - There isn’t a more family-friendly show in Vegas than Tournament of Kings at the Excalibur. The show takes audiences back to Medieval Times with knights on horseback, jousting, sword fighting, and more. As the knights battle it out, audiences cheer on the knight representing their section while feasting on a three-course meal with their bare hands.
Shark Reef Aquarium - For budding oceanographers head to Shark Reef Aquarium at the Mirage and explore more than 2,000 sea creatures within 14 exhibits. Designed as an ancient sunken temple, guests walk through a tunnel surrounded by water and visit a 1.3-million-gallon shipwreck. There’s also an interactive touch pool as well as opportunities to feed sea turtles, stingrays, and even sharks.