Family-Friendly Labor Day Activities 2018 in Las Vegas NV
There are plenty of places to party in the city that never sleeps this Labor Day, but what if you aren’t looking for a bash, but more a kid-positive affair? One of these family-friendly Labor Day activities 2018 in Las Vegas NV may be right up your alley. Some of them are even free or have a very low cost, which makes them a great way to have fun on the holiday without breaking the bank.
Flamingo Hotel Wildlife Habitat
You can see animals ranging from flamingos to hummingbirds to turtles at the Wildlife Habitat on the Flamingo’s 15-acre grounds. This attraction is free and open to the public, and is great for kids and parents alike. The habitat is open from dawn to dusk daily and you can even catch the pelicans being fed at 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.!
Bellagio Conservatory and Botanic Garden
The Bellagio Conservatory changes with the seasons. You can catch the “That’s Amore” summer display on Labor Day Weekend before it closes Sept, 8. It will re-open for the harvest display on Sept. 15. This garden is located next to the Hotel Lobby and we believe that it is open to the public.
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Shark Reef Aquarium
From an almost 360-degree underwater tunnel experience to the animal Touch Pool, the Shark Reef Aquarium can deliver a powerful experience for explorers of all ages. This aquarium features 15 species of sharks and many other creatures besides. Cost for Nevada residents is $22 for adults and $17 for children, which includes the Aquarium and the Polar Journey Package. If you think you might want to go more than once, there is also an annual pass. Non-residents are $25 for adults and $19 for children.
Discovery Children’s Museum
On the Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day, this museum could be a great place to bring the whole family. It MAY also be open on Labor Day (though it is closed on Mondays during the fall and winter). Advanced admission is $14.50 per person (adults and kids) for town visitors or $12.50 for Las Vegas locals (adults, bring your ID!). Free parking and inexpensive parking is available near the museum.