Five Things You Probably Missed Seeing in Las Vegas! (video)

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You have to admit, one of the fun things about visiting Las Vegas is finding all the free things we have here to keep you entertained. Here are five things you probably missed seeing on your last trip to Las Vegas

5) Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Garden
This is the best chocolate experience in Las Vegas, Nevada. With exclusive experiences like premium chocolate and wine tastings, a self-guided factory viewing aisle, a three-acre cactus garden, and a gourmet gift shop.

4) The Shelby Heritage Center
Established in 2013, Shelby Heritage Center is home to over 30 Shelby vehicles and tells the story of Carroll Shelby along with the company he started in 1962. The Heritage Center is constantly revising its vehicle inventory and placement to keep things fresh. Free tours are offered daily. The 15,000 square foot Heritage Center sits adjacent to the 150,000square-foot production facility.

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Tina on a Haley Davidson Las Vegas

3) Las Vegas Harley-Davidson
A fun place to visit and get your HD fix.  Even if you don’t have an HD fix, you will want to see what this place is all about.   Harley-Davidson gear, rentals, tours.  The bikes, the lifestyle, the bikes, the people, and the bikes.  Did I mention the bikes?

2) The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign 
You know you need a picture of this legendary sign!

1) Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum
The main exhibit on Level 2 above the baggage claim at Terminal 1 at McCarran International Airport. Covering approximately 3,000 square feet, exhibits detail the rich aviation history of southern Nevada. Other exhibits are located in the gate areas, ticketing, and along the moving walkway in the C Gates.

What are your five free things to see when visiting Las Vegas?

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Posted by Mark Anthony

Mark Anthony is The Vegas Tourist! Popular Tourism Ambassador, a frequent contributor to Las Vegas forums as well as travel media and bloggers. Loves to help people discover new things to see, do and experience while visiting Las Vegas and Beyond!

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