You might not think so when you first see it, but there's plenty of non-gambling activities and destinations in Las Vegas. One of the best possible experiences you can have is at the Motor Speedway, where you have the opportunity to drive a real-life, six hundred horsepower NASCAR vehicle. The Motor Speedway is conveniently located only 15 miles away from The Strip, so get your family and friends to pile into one of our exquisitely comfortable buses and head over for an afternoon of high-octane fun. And yes, you can race against each other.
The City of Lights is also home to several shooting ranges, both indoor and outdoor, but the best by far is The Gun Store (that's what it's called, just "The Gun Store" - we can appreciate this kind of simplicity in the heart of a very complicated city). There's enough room in the sizable indoor range to accommodate you and your entire traveling party, and when you arrive you'll have plenty of exciting, gun-toting options to explore, including single-day and walk-in classes for newbies.
One of the most exciting family-friendly activities in the entire city has to be indoor skydiving - the perfect daytime activity for anyone not quite yet ready to take the plunge at 15,000 feet!
Vegas Indoor Skydiving offers a unique experience for families and large groups (it's the perfect team-building activity for you and your business associates). When you arrive, you'll be able to float suspended above a massive fan (it's safe, of course). Wind speeds can reach up to 120 MPH, and you'll feel exactly like you've just jumped out of a plane. Trust us, this activity is so thrilling and fun that you'll want to go back to do it again and again.
Did you know that Vegas was once a tiny little stop that served as a place for mail carriers to rest while traveling between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles? You can actually see this stop at the Old Vegas Mormon Fort Historic Park, which features some of the oldest buildings still standing in the entire state of Nevada. For history buffs and lovers of unique architecture, this is one place where you'll certainly want to ask your bus driver to pull over.
While you're here, there's one other really amazing experience you should have: stop by the Golden Gate Casino out on Fremont Street (which you can't miss, there's a roof over the entire street that's made up entirely of LED screens). Back before these kinds of impressive technological displays, the Golden Gate Casino opened in 1906. It was the very first casino in all of Vegas - now wouldn't that be a sight to behold?
Travel in one of our ultra-comfortable charter buses to see a show or two. Vegas is known for its many amazing presentations, and you'll be able take everyone with you to see your favorite comedian, a magic show, a stunning theater play or opera, and even sports, such as some of the most intense boxing or mixed martial arts matches in the country.
For the ultimate Las Vegas experience, get a bus rental - it's the perfect solution for mid- to large-sized traveling parties. Whether you'll be spending your time in the City of Lights itself or visiting nearby destinations like Henderson or Reno, one of our large, luxurious buses can make sure that you and everyone with you can arrive on time, safely, and in the total elegance you deserve.
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