Built during the Great Depression era, the Hoover Dam was once the tallest dam in the entire world. Visitors have the option to tour the dam’s turbines in action through underground elevators. If not, visitors can also walk across the top of the damn which borders both the Nevada & Arizona state lines.
Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon is a must visit destination when traveling to Las Vegas. The conservation area is covered in colorful hard rock and sandstone mountains that may range up to 3,000 feet high. A stunning backdrop for photographers, Red Rock Canyon is the perfect spot to take in the stunning views of the Southwest.
Bonnie Springs Ranch
Originally built in 1843, Bonnie Springs Ranch was designed as a stopover for wagons heading to California for the Gold Rush era. Today, it serves as a popular destination for both locals and tourists to enjoy a replicated lifestyle of an Old Western mining town. From horseback riding, ghost tours, gunfight reenactments, and antique shops, Bonnie Springs Ranch is a must for Las Vegas visitors.