When people think of Las Vegas, the strip comes to mind. However, the city has much more to offer than that one piece of land. When visiting the area, make time to check out the following attractions. Those who do so are never disappointed.

Axe Throwing

When looking for things to do off the strip, consider axe throwing. This activity provides participants with a full-body workout while allowing them to release tension. This is a great way to bring a group of diverse people together for a friendly competition. Axe throwing is not what many people envision, so this is one activity every person should check out at least once.

Lion Habitat Ranch

See exotic animals up close and feed lions with a visit to Lion Habitat Ranch. This nonprofit animal sanctuary houses a variety of animals. However, the main attraction remains the lions, of which there are over 30. Set aside time to visit with Ollie, the painting giraffe, while at the sanctuary. This is one character you do not want to miss.

Red Rock Canyon

Take a hike in Red Rock Canyon and enjoy the beauty of nature. Creating the red rock formations found here took millions of years. Most people don’t understand how wind and water erosion can lead to such picturesque pieces. Hike the trail or invest in a tour guide. Regardless of which option you choose, ensure a camera is available to capture the majesty of these formations.

The Mob Museum

Organized crime has had a major impact on American history. Learn how with a trip to the Mob Museum. This museum looks at more than just the criminals engaging in nefarious activity. It also looks at law enforcement and how officers worked to capture these criminals over the years.

Eldorado Canyon Ghost Town

Explore an abandoned gold mine or plan a photo shoot at the Eldorado Canyon Ghost Town. During this visit, visitors will learn what it was like to live in Nevada while the West was still wild. This town has been home to movies such as “3,000 Miles to Graceland” and “Brain Games” put on by National Geographic. Today, visitors can have a picnic in the town or get married in the wedding chapel. There is something for everyone here.

Neon Museum

Las Vegas is known for its neon signs. When the signs are no longer being used, they often make their way to the Neon Museum. This museum collects, studies, preserves, and exhibits the iconic signs the city is known for. The Neon Boneyard is where signs go to wait for their turn to be restored. Currently, over 250 signs are found in the Boneyard. They are lit up at night so guests can get the full experience.

Valley of Fire

The Valley of Fire State Park is home to petroglyphs dating back centuries. However, this is only one of many reasons people flock to the area. They also want to see the petrified trees and sandstone outcrops. Spend a day at the park or plan to camp there. Either way, visitors are never disappointed.

Don’t imagine Las Vegas is simply a strip where people go to gamble. The city has much more to offer. These attractions are only a few that can be found in the area. When visiting the city, set aside time to check them out.