Las Vegas is known for amazing sights, lights and experiences. While there are many electrifying things to do, entertainment and dining out can get costly in a hurry. That’s where discovering the top 10 things to do in Las Vegas for under 50 dollars makes so much sense. Take a gander at these great things to do that won’t break the bank.

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1. The Bellagio Hotel and Casino – 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard S

This beautiful hotel is well-equipped for visitors’ comfort and recreation. First-class rooms, a lively casino and five individually unique pools are only the tip of Bellagio’s plans to keep guests happy.

To sweeten the deal, the hotel also exhibits thousands of square feet of lush, indoor botanical beauty at the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens that won’t cost a dime to enjoy. This free display is renowned for possessing over 10,000 different plant species and is open to the public 24-hours a day. Don’t forget to also check out the colorful and free fountain presentations at night.

2. The Mirage – Siegfried and Roy, Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat – 3400 Las Vegas Boulevard S

Family-friendly entertainment for $22 and under per-person will place visitors in the fascinating world of Siegfried and Roy’s big, exotic cat exhibit. This display has mesmerized thousands of patrons over the years. Also, to behold are beautiful dolphins and other fascinating wildlife that will take your breath away.

3. Wayne Newton’s Estate Tour – 3310 East Sunset Road, Paradise, NV

Wayne Newton needs no introduction. But a grand tour of his opulent estate, Casa de Shenandoah certainly does. This family-friendly, open-to-the-public, 52-acre guided touring opportunity bedazzles guests with presentations of Wayne Newton’s life and career, famous friends, glamorous lifestyle, a special view of his private aircraft and so much more.

Ticket costs begin at a very affordable $19.99.

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4. The Mob Museum – 300 Stewart Avenue

Entertainment doesn’t have to be all glitz and glamour, especially when there’s The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, the Mob Museum to visit. This interesting depository delves into 100 years of dangerous mobsters and mobster families’ lives by illustrating murderous stories, crime scene photos and available interactive exhibits. Al Capone would have loved knowing you came to see the actual wall his gun’s bullets struck during the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.

All this and more for only $23.95 per ticket.

5. The SlotZilla Zipline – 425 E. Fremont Street, Suite 160

When it’s time to get active on the cheap, this sporting zipline is just the thing to get your heart pumping. Zip on at a rate of 45 mph and 77 feet above old town Las Vegas’ Fremont Street. Get a breezy bird’s-eye-view of the street’s liveliness, bright lights and popular stops before landing betwixt the Fremont and Four Queens casinos.

At $25 a flight, excitation doesn’t get much better than that, book here !

6. Madame Tussauds Interactive Wax Museum – 3377 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Suite 2001

If you can’t get close enough to your favorite celebrities in person, the next best thing is a day interacting with their lifelike wax figures. It could cost hundreds to see admired superstars, politicians, musicians, actors and actresses all come to life in their own interactive ways. Here a small charge beginning at $18.99 per person will open the door to the fascinating world of celebrity animation and indulgence.

7. M&M World – 3785 S. Las Vegas Boulevard

You know you want this. It’s free. It’s fun. It’s so much chocolatey goodness on four fabulous floors, you will never want to leave. Each floor delights visitors with a different M&M theme. Experience bright lights, fun music, the yummy aroma of scrumptious candies in every color of the rainbow. In fact, the second floor has its very own rainbow wall filled with M&M’s in all of your favorite colors.

Kids will love customizing their own M&M’s, watching a free movie with the Red and Yellow M&M’s, and looking through tons of M&M memorabilia and souvenirs. With all of this free stuff to do, it just makes good and tasty sense to purchase a bunch of M&M candies, too.

8. Hokkaido Teppanyaki Hibachi Steakhouse – 3555 S. Town Center Drive, Suite 101

This casual, yet entertaining dining spot prepares decadent steaks and seafood entrees right before your eyes. Friends and families gather around the cooking table to watch the magic of exquisite meals being prepared to perfection with special cooking tools and highly-skilled cooking methods. Private, candlelit tables are also available.

9. Monzú Italian Oven + Bar – 6020 W. Flamingo Road

Chef Giovanni “Gio” Mauro, proprietor of Old School Pizzeria serves his customers with the same attitude of genuine respect as he expects from every ingredient he uses in his restaurant. All natural starters complement unprocessed, non-commercial yeast and seasonal food items that are always fresh.

Chef Gio’s Sicilian background prides itself in outstanding Italian and Mediterranean dishes, pastas, desserts, and of course, delectable pizzas. Heart and soul being found in every bite for every customer is the authentic connection this pizzeria brings to the table.

10. Caesar’s Palace, Montecristo Cigar Bar, Cigars and Spirits – 3570 S. Las Vegas Boulevard

Ladies and gentlemen looking for a quieter outing will enjoy this high-quality smoke venue. High-class, professional service, products and the warm atmosphere of the Montecristo invites friends to enjoy a rich cigar and favorite libation surrounded by the exceptional style, comfort and convenience a superior cigar bar should provide.

11. Jarose Hookah Lounge Las Vegas – 1414 E. Charleston Boulevard

Popular hookah lounges offer specialized types of smoke entertainment and social relaxation. At Jarose Hookah Lounge guests enjoy a thoroughly sanitized and calming atmosphere together.

Excellently prepared menu items include a wide variety of hookah flavors. Glass hookahs sessions devoid of any metallic aftertaste and are designed for groups of 2-4 people at $40. Double glass sessions are designed for groups of 5 or more.

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