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Best Tourist Attractions In Nevada

Updated on January 13, 2021

As mentioned in my previous articles I love travelling, being able to experience some of the most amazing things in the world is a true passion of mine. I am going to talk about some of the most popular tourist attractions within Nevada, and definitely has something for the entire family will enjoy. I have been to Nevada six times, and would absolutely love to go back one day. Nevada is incredibly beautiful, and is known for its production in gold. Nevada has one of the top places for entertainment in the entire world, and is one place I would highly recommend checking out.

Valley Of Fire State Park

Valley Of Fire State Park is located in Overton, and is close to forty six thousand acres in size. The Valley Of Fire State Park was opened back in 1935, and is known for its incredible red sandstone formations. The Valley Of Fire State Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nevada, and is also one of the most beautiful as well.

I have been to the Valley Of Fire State Park four times, and would love to go back again one day. Valley Of Fire State Park was designed into a natural landmark, and is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out. The Valley Of Fire State Park has the most amazing agriculture throughout the area, and has a good amount of attractions which are pretty incredible as well.

Adventuredome Amusement Park

Adventuredome Amusement Park is located in Winchester, and was opened back in 1993. The Adventuredome Amusement Park is about five acres in size, and has over nineteen different attractions. The Adventuredome Amusement Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions for families in Nevada, and is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

I have been to the Adventuredome Amusement Park five times, and would love to go back one day. The Adventuredome Amusement Park has an amazing history to it, and has amazing architecture throughout the area. The Adventuredome Amusement Park holds many events throughout the year, and I can guarantee you will not be disappointed in this one.

Shark Reef Aquarium

Shark Reef Aquarium is located in Las Vegas, and is known to be one of the largest aquariums in the entire world. Thr Shark Reef Aquarium has over two thousand different animals, and was opened back in 2000. The Shark Reef Aquarium has really incredible exhibits, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions for families within Nevada.

I have been to the Shark Reef Aquarium five times, and would absolutely love to go back one day. The Shark Reef Aquarium has incredible architecture throughout the building, and holds some of the most amazing events throughout the year as well. The Shark Reef Aquarium sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and would make a fantastic spot if you are on your honeymoon.

Las Vegas Strip

Las Vegas Strip is located in Clark County, and is by far one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nevada. The Last Vegas Strip is about four miles in size, and is a strip that contains casinos, and hotels that are absolutely amazing. The Las Vegas Strip is the centre of entertainment in Nevada, and is one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

I have been to the Las Vegas Strip four times, and would absolutely love to go back one day. The Las Vegas Strip is definitely geared more towards the adult generation, and sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and would make an amazing spot if you are on your honeymoon. The Last Vegas Strip has some pretty incredible architecture, and the history to it is absolutely amazing.

Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park is located in White Pine County, and was opened back in 1986. The Great Basin National Park was created for the protection of the Great Basin, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nevada. The Great Basin National Park is about seventy seven acres in size, and has something for the entire family to enjoy.

I have been to the Great Basin National Park three times, and would absolutely love to go back one day. Great Basin National Park has many attractions throughout area which are incredible, and the scenic views are absolutely breathtaking. The Great Basin National Park has some incredible agriculture, and the wildlife you will come across is absolutely incredible.

Wet & Wild Las Vegas Waterpark

Wet & Wild Las Vegas Waterpark is located in Winchester, and was opened back in 1985. The Wet & Wild Las Vegas Waterpark is about twenty seven acres in size, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions for families in Nevada. The Wet & Wild Las Vegas Waterpark is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out, and the agriculture is truly amazing as well.

I have been to the Wet & Wild Las Vegas Waterpark six times, and would absolutely love to go back one day. The Wet & Wild Las Vegas Waterpark has an incredible history to it, and holds some amazing events throughout the year. Wet & Wild Las Vegas Waterpark has ten different waterslides, and some of the other attractions truly are amazing and make families come back over and over again.

National Atomic Testing Museum

National Atomic Testing Museum is located in Las Vegas, and was opened back in 2005. The National Atomic Testing Museum has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nevada, and documents the many nuclear tests that have been done at the testing site in Nevada. I have only been to the National Atomic Testing Museum twice, would love to go back one day. The National Atomic Testing Museum is a very educational experience, and is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is located in Clark County, and is over one hundred and ninety five thousand acres in size. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area was opened back in 1967, and was created to protect the Keystone thrust. The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area has an amazing history to it, and also has some pretty incredible agriculture.

I have been to the Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area five times, and would love to go back one day. The Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area has some pretty incredible hiking trails that are absolutely amazing, and has some incredible sunsets as well. The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and if you are on your honeymoon this would be one spot I would check out.

National Automobile Museum

National Automobile Museum is located in Reno, and has become one of the most popular tourist attraction in Nevada. The National Automobile Museum was opened back in 1989, and has the collection of over two hundred cars. The National Automobile Museum has an amazing history to it, and is one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

I have been to the National Automobile Museum six times, and would love to go back one day. The National Automobile Museum is geared more towards the adult generation, but children seem to love it as well. The National Automobile Museum has incredible architecture that is truly amazing, and I can guarantee that you will absolutely love this attraction.

Fly Geyser

Fly Geyser is located in Washoe County, and is about twelve feet in size. The Fly Geyser is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nevada, and the scenery that surrounds it is absolutely amazing. The Fly Geyser has an amazing hiking trail, and the wildlife you will come across is pretty incredible as well. I have been to the Fly Geyser four times, and would absolutely love to go back one day.

Nevada is a very beautiful state, and is definitely one spot that would make an incredible family vacation. These are some of the most popular tourist attractions in Nevada that I have had the opportunity of being able to experience first hand, and our ones I would highly recommend checking out. If you have had the chance to be able to travel through this incredible state, and would like to share your adventures with me, feel free to leave me a comment telling me about it.

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