Sapphire Resorts Group suggests travelers make a special trip to the pinball hall of fame, where visitors can play hundreds of classic pinball and video games from the 1960s and onward.
Las Vegas (PRWEB) October 22, 2015
Sapphire Resorts Group wants travelers to Las Vegas to know about some great events and activities that don’t include dice, roulette or slot machines. Some people just don’t care for gambling, for whatever reason, and that is totally understandable.
Art museums and shops
Locals know that Las Vegas has some of the world’s best art. One of the biggest gambling hotels and casinos, the Bellagio, houses a small but world-famous art museum that hosts visiting exhibitions of Old Masters, Renaissance, Ancient and other types of paintings, sculpture and assorted artwork. The Wynn Casino and Hotel has decorated many of its public-space walls with unique artworks from all over the world. The property’s owner is a renowned art collector and enjoys displaying many pieces from his personal collection.
The Pinball Hall of Fame
Sapphire Resorts Group suggests travelers make a special trip to the pinball hall of fame, where visitors can play hundreds of classic pinball and video games from the 1960s and onward. Oldies like Pac Man, Asteroids, Missile Command and other beloved forerunners of today’s computer-based games are available for inexpensive play. Most of the games only cost a quarter or fifty cents per play. The Pinball Hall of Fame is quite popular with teenagers and middle-aged people who have fond memories of the early gaming era.
The sports and academic star of the state of Nevada, the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, sits just a half-mile from the Las Vegas Blvd. Strip. The campus, its breathtaking stadium and top-ranked law school make a good afternoon side trip for travelers to the city. Sapphire Resorts Group suggests that tourists both young and old will find the campus a restful, calm oasis amid the high-energy environment of casinos and hotels a few blocks away.
Historical walking tours
Anyone interested in the history of Las Vegas will enjoy a guided walking tour of the Strip and nearby areas. There are plenty of amazing stories about how the gambling mecca grew into a tourist hotspot almost overnight. Learn about the gangsters, the stars, the politics and the fun side of Las Vegas history on a walking tour. Sapphire Resorts Group says there is no better way to learn about the most glamorous city in the U.S.
For more information on these great events and assistance with other travel planning needs, contact Sapphire Resorts™ Group today.