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Things to Do With Kids in Las Vegas

Don't listen to anyone who says Las Vegas isn't family-friendly—a number of attractions suitable for ages 4-94 can be found right on the Strip, as well as in Las Vegas' outlying areas. So, get the whole family together and take a tour of these fun finds.

Shark Reef

A total sensory experience that transports visitors to an underwater world. Su-Th, 10 am-8 pm; F-Sa, 10 am-10 pm. Last admission one hour prior to close. $18 adults, $12 children 5-12.

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Rub elbows with your favorite stars—among the Las Vegas line-up are Katy Perry, Bradley Cooper, Sandra Bullock, Michael Jackson, Nicki Minaj and Elvis. Open daily at 10 am. Purchase tickets online to save money.

Rainforest Cafe

Step through a 10,000-gallon aquarium into a tropical paradise with mouth-watering foods. Open Su-Th, 9 am-11 pm; F-Sa, 9 am-midnight.

Tournament of Kings

Popular Las Vegas dinner show with invading armies, dancing maidens and jousting, where you eat with your fingers! M & F, 6 pm; W-Th & Sa-Su, 6 & 8:30 pm. Tickets start at $44.87.

M&M's World

For chocolate lovers, this logo-shopping experience is a dream come true. See the Colorworks wall and the 3-D animated movie “I Lost My M in Las Vegas.” 9 am-1 am daily. Free.

Wet ‘n' Wild

Water park with thrilling slides and attractions, such as the Hoover Half Pipe, that drops you a gut-wrenching 57 feet into a giant half pipe, or the raging Rattler, the only slide of its kind in North America. Season passes now available for the 2018 season. Call for hours.

Town Square (TSQ)

A 1.5 million square-foot shopping, dining and entertainment center on the south end of the Strip. The open-air center features favorites Saks Off 5th, The Container Store, H&M, Sephora, Apple, Old Navy, Ulta and Whole Foods Market. Located in the heart of the square are two parks.

Downtown Container Park (DCP)

A two-story shopping and dining nirvana whose environs are made of recycled shipping containers. Shop-owners are local artists and artisans; restaurateurs are Las Vegas locals as well. The family-friendly destination offers a kid’s play zone in the center, and in the evening, live events take place on the performance stage.

Discovery Children's Museum

The wonder of discovery is realized at this fun and educational museum, where kids of all ages can ascend the 12 levels of “The Summit” to explore electricity, energy, space and much more. M-Sa, 10 am-5 pm; Su, noon-5 pm. $14.50.