Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles knows that the biggest draws to Las Vegas are the casinos and shows. Nearly everyone heading to Vegas is expecting to spend some of their vacation time gambling and enjoying an entertaining show. However, Las Vegas is full of great experiences, many of which fly under the radar of travelers, so Eccentry Holidays is highlighting some top attraction to check out this fall.
1. Las Vegas Springs Preserve and Nevada State Museum
One of the first recommendations that Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles has for vacation planners is to visit the Las Vegas Springs Preserve and Nevada State Museum. The attractions, located within close proximity to the Vegas Strip, feature a rich educational experience that is simply unrivaled in the area. Visitors can view the newly opened Butterfly Habitat, take a stroll through the award-winning gardens, experience a solar-powered environmentally friendly artificial home and so much more. The Nevada State Museum is a 70,000 square-foot showroom that is packed with informative exhibits about the history, and pre-history, of Las Vegas and Nevada as a whole.
2. Ethel M Chocolate Factory Tour
Another great stop that Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles is directing travelers to is the Ethel M Chocolate Factory tour. Nearly everyone loves candy, and plenty of those who do not can still appreciate a behind-the-scenes look at how candy is processed and manufactured. The Ethel M Chocolate Factory tour is a self-guided experience that does, in fact, feature free samples of the treats that are made there. The tour is open every day and ends in the Ethel M store and attached Cactus Garden, which are a good way to walk off the tasty treats. The garden is home to thousands of species of plants as well.
3. El Dorado Mine Tour
The El Dorado Mine Tour is a great option available to travelers heading to Vegas. Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles points out that visitors to the tour will witness the historical retelling of Nevada's century-old mining history. Found about an hour outside of the Vegas Strip, the mine tour is described as a "snapshot in time" and features a guided group tour. Outside the tour, travelers can enjoy the nearby Colorado River and rent kayaks or have a picnic lunch. Tours take place all throughout the week, with the exhibit closing at sundown.
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