If you've got the need for speed, Vegas can help you out. Exotics Racing has a wide array of expensive and awesome cars that you can race around their own personal track. Take a Ferrari for a spin instead of the roulette wheel.
Las Vegas is like a giant playground for adults, so it's fitting that it's got lots of toys that you can play with. Dig This is basically a life-sized sandbox that will let you drive machines like bulldozers and steamrollers for fun. You never get too old for Tonka trucks.
Vegas is all about being cool, but hanging out at the Minus 5 Ice Bar ensures that you will be the coolest people around. Everything in the bar is made entirely out of ice (including the glasses), and you're fitted with a personal parka for the duration of your visit.
You go to Vegas to live like a king for a while. If you really want to accomplish this goal, do like actual kings did and take in some jousting. The Excalibur Tournament of Kings will satisfy your need for horses, swords, suits of armor and chivalry.
The Mirage resort hosts Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin habitat. Here, one can purchase a "Dolphin Trainer For a Day" experience which allows you to swim with the dolphins, along with helping train them and feed them.
The Stratosphere hotel is the tallest building in Las Vegas, topping out at nearly 1,500 feet. Its observation deck features all sorts of cool stuff to do, such as a revolving restaurant, thrill rides that actually tip you over the side of the building and if you're into that kind of thing, you can actually just jump off of it. Go big or go home, right?
If you really want to see all that Vegas has to offer, you've got to get a bird's eye view. The best way to do that is to book a Las Vegas Helicopter Tour. The tours run all the time and range from simply flying over the strip to heading over to the Grand Canyon and beyond.
Las Vegas is a desert, but that doesn't mean it can't have some incredible lush greenery where you can hit the links. The Shadow Creek Golf Course is consistently ranked as one of the best golf courses in the world and booking a visit comes with a limo ride to and from the course.
If you're feeling romantic but don't necessarily want to get married in a quickie chapel, do the next best thing and go for a gondola ride. The Venetian offers a replica of the Grand Canal of Venice complete with singing gondoliers.
The Grand Canyon is one of nature's most beautiful sights and staring out over its majesty is incredible. But maybe you're not content with just looking out over it, maybe you want to look down at it. The Grand Canyon Skywalk is an attraction which allows you to walk out over the edge of the canyon and stand above it, looking down through a clear platform. Take that, nature.
If you're stopping by the Rio you've got the opportunity to go zip-lining. The Voodoo Zip-Line at the Rio sends you between the hotel's two towers at 33 miles per hour and a height of about 450 feet. You might want to hit it before going to the Rio buffet.
Vegas very simply does not do anything without it being the flashiest, so it is currently home to the world's largest ferris wheel, the High Roller. Built by the owners of Caesars Palace, the High Roller stands 550 feet high and each cabin features multiple flat screen televisions and an iPod dock.
Thanks to some interesting gun laws and regulations, it is legal to fire machine guns in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Gun Store offers numerous packages catered to your interests such as the zombie package and the World War II package. Guns range from small pistols to AK-47s, actual Tommy guns and the M249 complete with bipod. Lock and load.