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Feb 4 2020

NADA is just around the corner, and with it comes a packed-full agenda of speakers, networking, and private parties. However, if you anticipate any downtime around the show, here’s a list of fun things we found to do in Vegas.

P.S. We tried to keep away from some of the more obvious choices, like gambling at a casino or visiting the Grand Canyon, but this list is not void of other fun touristy destinations! Here are some of the most interesting ideas we came across.

1. Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay

Do you get excited for shark week every year? Well here’s your chance to see some sharks up close and in person (behind glass). Unfortunately there aren’t any great whites – you’ll have to go cage diving for that – but, there are a number of exciting exhibits to see at the Shark Reef Aquarium in Mandalay Bay, including a couple tunnels with near 360-degree views and a shipwreck exhibit.

Take a virtual tour: http://www.motion-vr.net/mbsr/shark/shark-reef.html

2. Fountains of Bellagio

The fountain shows run every 30 minutes throughout the day, and every 15 minutes from 8pm to midnight (7pm to Midnight on Sundays). Find a comfortable place to sit and watch, or even better, make a reservation at one of the fountain view dining spots listed here: https://bellagio.mgmresorts.com/en/entertainment/fountains-of-bellagio.html

3. Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

They say Paris is the most romantic city in the world, perfect for Valentine’s Day weekend. Since you’ll be at NADA and not Paris, France, you might want to plan a visit to Paris, Las Vegas! There, you can find one of the best views in the city, on the viewing deck at the top of the Eiffel Tower (replica). This could also be a great place to check out one of the Bellagio’s fountain shows, though the accompanying music may be faint.

Learn more: https://www.caesars.com/paris-las-vegas/things-to-do/eiffel-tower

4. High Roller Observation Wheel

If you aren’t afraid of heights, or claustrophobic, here’s another great way to see the city. The High Roller Observation Wheel takes you 550 feet above the center of the Vegas Strip with 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Valley. This is a great corporate team building opportunity, as well as a unique business meet-up spot. 

Learn more: https://www.caesars.com/linq/high-roller

5. Titanic Artifact Exhibition

Who isn’t fascinated by the Titanic? Being one of the most famous and devastating shipwrecks in history, it’s a subject many of us want to learn about. There are several Titanic museums and exhibitions across the country, and one happens to be located right in the Luxor Las Vegas. Check out over 250 authentic artifacts, recreations of famous rooms from the ship, and a full-scale recreation of the Grand Staircase.

Learn more: https://luxor.mgmresorts.com/en/entertainment/titanic.html

6. Celebrity Chef Restaurants

Las Vegas is densely populated with celebrity chef restaurants. You may already be familiar with a few of them from reality cooking shows, such as Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen and Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar. Regardless of your familiarity with these chefs/restaurants, the food is top notch!

Here’s a list of top 10 celebrity restaurants from SmarterTravel.com: https://www.smartertravel.com/celebrity-chef-restaurants-in-las-vegas/

7. Las Vegas Foodie Tours

Can’t decide on one restaurant, or want to experience as much as you can while you’re in Vegas? There are a handful of Lip Smacking foodie tours available that allow you to sample 3-4  dishes from 3-4 restaurants (depending on the tour you choose). Additional perks include private tables, no lines, and VIP service.

Learn more: https://vegasfoodietour.com/

8. SpeedVegas Racetrack

For the car enthusiast, SpeedVegas is the perfect activity. You can drive some of the most popular exotic cars you always dreamed of owning, on Vegas’ longest and fastest racetrack.

Check out their fleet of cars and packages: https://speedvegas.com/en/

9. The Mob Museum

Nothing more fitting than checking out the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre exhibit over Valentine’s Day weekend! In all seriousness, this place looks fascinating. There are lots of interesting exhibits covering things like the prohibition era, the birth of the mob, and organized crime today.

Learn more: https://themobmuseum.org/

10. Have a drink with DataOne

How could we not plug DataOne on this list? A group from DataOne will be attending and would love to meet up with you! If you are interested in seeing what we are up to and how our latest vehicle data products could add value to your business, request to schedule a meeting here: https://offers.dataonesoftware.com/nada-2020


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