It seems a little ironic that in the middle of a city that has been constructed and designed to take your hard earned money from you, this list pops up. Things to do for $20 and under. They might not have the appeal of the top shows on offer yet to make a change these are as good as you can get without costing you a fortune.
Fountains of Bellagio
You might have to get there early to get the best viewpoint yet watching these little (or huge beauties) spring into life is worth the money. This one is free by the way. An 8.5-acrelake is full of just over 1.200 high powered fountains that send water 460 ft.Into the air. That’s priceless. With some killer music tracks, you could keep coming back to watch a different show.
The Auto Collections at The LINQ Las Vegas, NV
If you’re into your cars, you might enjoy this tour of Hot rods and classics. This is on the 5th floor of The LINQ and has over 300 vehicles for you to cast your eyes over. You might find this is a repeat visit a couple of times of the year as the vehicles change in the exhibits, you might not see the same car twice.
Slotzilla Zip Line
You can find yourself dashing nearly 120ft. above Fremont Street. Slotzilla sends you across 850ft. of nothingness to the other side. You can double your money and go on the Zoomline, yet that’s outside the scope of this $20 tip.
Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden
Keep your Andrew Jackson firmly in your wallet, this is another free treat. If you feel like going all Willy Wonka rather than taking on M&M feel free. This is an insight into how gourmet chocolates are made. With a quick factory tour, you might just be tempted to whip out your $20 and spend it on a quick nibble of luxury, and what better way to work off those extra calories than through Ethel’s Cactus Garden. Nearly four acres of cactus to walk around, cover it all, and you might not feel guilty of eating that extra chocolate or two.
The Golden Nugget and the Hand of Faith
Not another casino. Calm down, this one for a change isn’t after your money, or at least not yet. The Golden Nugget is home to the world’s largest “Golden Nugget – The Hand of Faith” is 61 pounds in weight and was found back in the early 80’s. You also get achance to walk inside and see a little piece of history. The Golden Nugget is one of the very few original casinos remaining in Las Vegas. How’s that for a triumphant end to things costing less than $20.