Las Vegas Landmarks/ Historical or Important Buildings
Las Vegas contains a lot of important landmarks, for instance, the Eiffel Tower. It’s known for as a replica for the one in Paris. It’s located at the Paris Las Vegas on Flamingo Road. Although it’s not as big, and exact, its purpose was to bring a little bit of Paris to Las Vegas. Many enjoy it because it contains a beautiful view and dinner. Also the Eiffel Tower ride, which is 460 feet high, located in the heart of the Las Vegas strip. This attraction is opened daily from 9:30-12:30. The Eiffel Tower, tall and mesmerizing, is a huge tourist attraction and brings a lot of money in.
A place I personally love and think is a great historical marking of Las Vegas would be the Bellagio’s water fountains. It’s located at 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd., right outside of the Bellagio hotel-casino. The fountains are beautiful to watch and free to do. The show runs from 3 pm to 7 pm, which there are shows every half an hour. And between 7 pm to midnight they go off every fifteen minutes. The water fountain, made up of magnificent lights and water, has classical music playing by virtuosos people. In 1998, was when the hotel and fountains had opened and has been well known ever since. Some people who love water shows, would really enjoy this show. Others, who don’t see the point, might find it a bit extraneous. I’d recommend going to see it.
Another landmark would be the M&M factory. It’s four stories, free attraction, and levity environment is very well liked and well known. It’s located 3785 S. Las Vegas Blvd., and is opened daily from 9 am to midnight. M&M World stands out because of the two giant M&Ms on the building with the M&M bag. It’s a very inadvertent place, which makes it easy to be around and entertaining. You can purchase very fine candy and experience the M&M world. It’s a fun children’s place and isn’t belittled upon anyone.