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Traveling to Las Vegas can be a thrilling adventure of a lifetime, but with a reputation for being the city of high rollers, making a special trip to Las Vegas on a budget might seem out of reach for many people. However, there are plenty of things to do in Las Vegas at night, and even fun free things that are sure to make you feel like a VIP. To really experience Las Vegas on a budget seems like a gift, but with a little creativity, anyone can have a blast in Vegas.

Shows to see and places to dance at night

Las Vegas is home to one of the troupes of Cirque du Soliel, a collection of performances featuring interpretive dance, stunning visuals, jaw-dropping acrobatics, and entrancing music. The displays center around one theme, with different ways of expressing it and evoking emotions from the audience. Located in the Bellagio hotel and resort, Cirque's "O" performance is elegant theater.

While you're at the Bellagio, check out their nightclub, The Bank. It's an exclusive venue, chic and contemporary, and a more intimate setting with a foyer stacked with Cristal champagne and black and gold décor. The elevated VIP room is certain to make you feel special, with views that overlook the whole room.

Rain nightclub is one of the hottest tourist destinations on the Las Vegas Strip. With fireballs on the elevated dance floor and impressive water fixtures throughout, dancing the night away here is an exotic experience with a perfect clubbing vibe. Attentive bottle service and bartenders with a gift for making you feel special are some of the best features of this destination.

David Copperfield, the world-renowned master magician, is another show you have to see before you leave Las Vegas. His mind-blowing feats are a true gift of sleight of hand and imagination. His illusions are top notch, with shows located in the Hollywood Theater at the MGM Grand. He's known for bridging the gap between performer and audience, with a special meet-and-greet VIP package including aftershow interactions available.

The best free things to see and do in Las Vegas

Visiting Caesar's Palace is an event in and of itself. The historic haunt of the 1950s Rat Pack is full of classic Las Vegas glam, but the real fun is the free show when the iconic statues come to life. The Fall of Atlantis, or the "Talking statue show" happens in the evenings and happens around the fountain. Children especially will enjoy the large statues interacting with each other.

The wildlife habitat at the Flamingo is home to the lovely pink birds, but among the animals are swans, ducks, koi, turtles and even two rescued pelicans. The lush landscape is a beautiful backdrop for lovely family photos, and it's a nice pop of green among the Vegas landscape. There's even waterfalls, palms trees, and plenty of places to sit. The habitat is family-friendly, and it's free. Walking paths allow you to wander throughout the habitat and take as long as you'd like.

The Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio are also another great free experience for nature lovers. The theme changes with the seasons, so there's something different every time you visit. The fascinating garden display in the Conservatory is located inside the sprawling resort, and perfect for a cool respite from the blazing Vegas sun.

The Grand Canal Shops at the Venetian hotel are set against the waterways of this resort, filled with rowing gondoliers and strolling opera performers. This signature "streetmosphere" is full of singers, moving statues, and acrobats. Several times a day, St. Mark's Square fills with performers, and all are free to watch. If you like, pop into the special boutiques to buy a gift for a friend, or just window shop.


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