Aerial view of the Las Vegas Strip at night
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas That Aren't Gambling

Get Your Adrenaline Pumping

For high-adrenaline and fast-moving views of the strip, zip lines are at both Fly Linq and the Rio Hotel, or do an open-air 800-foot jump from STAT Hotel's SkyJump launch pad.
The Stratosphere's X-Scream roller coaster hangs over the edge of the building above the strip, or try the vertical catapult that sends riders flying over 1000 feet in the air.

Check Out The Museums

The city's unique and educational museums include the Mob Museum, the Burlesque Hall of Fame, and the Neon Museum Las Vegas, whose boneyards offer epic photo shoots.

Get Hitched

Las Vegas has many ways to say your wedding vows, from atop a Ferris wheel to three popular and classic chapels famous for their special touches.
A Little White Chapel has drive-thru weddings, there is an Elvis officiant at Graceland Chapel, and Viva Las Vegas Chapel has intense themes like intergalactic and vampire.

Get Out In Nature

Las Vegas is surrounded by some of the most beautiful state and national parks that are driveable as day trips, including the west rim of the Grand Canyon with the famous skywalk.
Red Rock Canyon is just northwest of the city, and Death Valley is about a two-hour drive, with unforgettable landscapes that will make you feel like you've left Earth entirely.

Have A Shopping Day

All of the major hotels in Vegas offer designer and high-end shopping, and there are also luxury malls like the Shops at Crystals and the Fashion Show Mall.
There are also numerous massive shopping centers, like Miracle Mile on the strip and the premium outlet mall, where you can get popular brands at discounted prices.