Explore Las Vegas
Must-See Sights on the Strip
Home to Sin City’s most famous landmarks, “the Strip” refers to a stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard that’s populated with hotels, casinos, restaurants, and other attractions.
The easiest way to get to the Strip from Westgate Las Vegas is to take the Monorail for just 2 stops, getting off at the Flamingo & Caesars Palace station. From there, you can explore all that the Strip has to offer—we recommend stopping by the world-renowned Fountains of Bellagio for a fantastic (and free!) musical fountain show, then heading over to the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens to take in the impressive colorful floral displays.
Another can't-miss spot is the Fremont Street Experience, which encompasses a pedestrian mall where you can get your fill of neon signs and marquees. If you're lucky, you may even come across an outdoor concert or two!
Thrill seekers will also want to check out the High Roller—bigger than both the London Eye & the Singapore Flyer, the High Roller was formerly the tallest Ferris wheel in the world until the Ain Dubai opened in 2021. The full revolution takes half an hour and offers spectacular views of Las Vegas.
If you’re still not dizzy from all the shiny lights, you can visit the Neon Museum, which is home to old signs from casinos and other bygone businesses in Las Vegas, exhibited throughout the museum’s indoor and outdoor spaces.