Vegas Scene highlights it's 5 favorite places to go for 2021 this holiday for the best views and entertainment!  

1. The Mirage’s Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat offers visitors a one-of-a-kind story to take back home: not only can visitors encounter big cats such as rare white lions, white tigers and leopards, but they can become a trainer at the Dolphin Habitat, which has achieved humane certification for animal welfare by American Humane.

The Trainer for a Day program invites guests to work closely with dolphin care specialists to learn about the health, behavior and proper caretaking of the resident family of dolphins.  Visitors can also witness the artistic talents of the mammals and take home some unique art: the bottlenose dolphins use their snouts and a specialized buoy brush to paint directly on a canvas.  Click Now To Book!   


2. The High Roller Observation Wheel Receives Las Vegas Strip Icon Award

Tonight the High Roller received the first Las Vegas Icon Award presented by Clark County Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Chris Giunchigliani in front of the High Roller in The LINQ Promenade. Caesars Entertainment Chairman Gary Loveman accepted the award on behalf of the High Roller alongside Caesars Entertainment President of Hospitality Bob Morse and High Roller General Manager Eric Eberhart.  Click Now To Book!

3.Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck   

An icon of the city skyline since opening on Sept. 1, 1999, the 541-foot-tall Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas is a half-scale replica of the famous Paris, France landmark and remains the tallest reproduction of the original.

The high-altitude attraction consists of 5,000 tons of wielded steel. Open daily from 10 a.m. to midnight, the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck features 360-degree city views and knowledgeable Ambassadors who can help point out various Las Vegas landmarks.   

As Caesars Entertainment will follow applicable guidelines set forth by health and government authorities and implement the Company's enhanced health and safety protocols, guests can expect verbal health screenings, non-contact temperature checks, modified seating for social distancing, mandatory masks for guests and staff, limited capacity and more. Get ready for the latest venues to open its doors as we share with you the latest places.   Click Here to Book latest deal!    

4. Jabbawockeez bring its signature moves and “Timeless” show to the MGM Grand Garden Arena

Jabbawockeez has developed a one-of-a-kind style that has positioned the group as the most influential dance crew in the world.

Known for creativity, choreography, athleticism, and intricate synchronization, each member of the dance crew brings a different technique and perspective to form the original style that makes the Jabbawockeez so distinct. Jabbawockeez brings their new “Timeless” show, which launched earlier this year, to the MGM Grand Garden Arena. This initial phase of entertainment allows for a maximum audience of 250 guests, physically distanced at 6 feet between parties and a minimum of 25 feet from on-stage performers.  Click Now to Book for less!


5. The Sharkreef

Sharks. Humpback whales. Underwater wildlife. Guests will get an up-close-and-personal look at these mysterious creatures with the “Undersea Explorer Virtual Reality Theater,” an all-new attraction from Immotion. The newest addition to Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, this immersive experience center features state-of-the-art, motion platform VR technology transporting guests to the ocean’s depths.

These experiences, created by Immotion’s Emmy® Award-winning documentary team, presents live-action educational and adventurous content guided by marine biologists and wildlife experts. With a mission to support marine conservation through the creation of engaging events, “Undersea Explorer” features cutting-edge technology syncing 360-degree stereoscopic VR with dynamic motion seating for the ultimate below-the-sea adventure. Click here to book for less!

As part of the “Undersea Explorer” exhibition, attendees can explore various experiences including: “Shark Dive” – “Swim” with marine biologist Matthew Smukall and Shark Whisperer Mike Dornellas as they dive among tiger sharks and hammerheads.

The dive features the world’s first VR POV Shark Cam from a camera mounted on a shark’s dorsal fin! “Swimming with Humpbacks” – Follow marine biologist/cameraman Jeff Hester as he sets out to learn about the behavior of mother humpback whales and their calves. Track a newborn and its mom undersea and see how the behavior of the mother evolves as the calf matures.     

Take a “Jawsome” selfie in the hyper-realistic shark cage, learn about the amazing anatomy of the humpback whale, track the real-time movement of sharks around the world and learn the secrets of the humpback whale songs – all activities guests can experience in the virtual undersea adventure pre-show area.   

    “At a time when getting out of the house feels like a luxury, it’s a thrill to open our doors and let the public experience ‘Undersea Explorer,’” said Rod Findley, Group Commercial Director of Immotion. “We’ve created a safe, educational and adventurous way to explore underwater wildlife and hope that guests become passionate about oceanic conservation through this unique VR experience.” Health & Safety - The “Undersea Explorer” pre-show activities and lobby abide by the six-foot physical distancing protocols.  Theater seats are cleaned and the VR goggles are sanitized in a UV light machine after each viewing.