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Most Instagrammable Spots in Las Vegas

by Katie Skrzek

Jul 3, 2020

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Las Vegas is home to many iconic attractions. See these spots for yourself and document your experiences in Sin City.

 

A Little White Wedding Chapel
Whether you want to say “I do” or just take some photos, visit the famous chapel, known for Elvis-themed weddings and its 24-hour drive-up wedding window.

 

Bellagio Water Show
Visit the Bellagio Hotel & Casino to see its world-famous fountain water show. The daily spectacle features light, music and water for a one-of-a-kind performance with Las Vegas as the backdrop. Check the schedule so you can perfectly time your Instagram.

 

Fremont Street
For a taste of old Las Vegas, head to Fremont Street. Here you’ll find famous classic casinos including the Golden Nugget. It was affectionately nicknamed Glitter Gulch for its numerous neon lights and signs like the Vegas Vic cowboy.

 

High Roller
Located at The LINQ Hotel, High Roller is the tallest Ferris wheel in the world at 550 feet tall. Its glass-enclosed cabins offer prime views of the Las Vegas Strip.

 

Neon Museum
The neon lights of Las Vegas are one of the most well-known aspects of the city. See some of the neon signs from old casinos and businesses at the Neon Museum. The collection features indoor and outdoor pieces, called the Neon Boneyard.

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