Best Things to Do with A Group in Las Vegas

Sin City is known for its casinos, but sometimes you might crave a different kind of fun. Whether your group isn’t into gambling or you’re simply looking for a change of pace, Las Vegas has activities for groups of all types and ages. Take a gondola ride through the canals of a Venetian-inspired resort, or zoom across the Mojave Desert on an ATV excursion. And if you’re traveling with kids, don’t worry! Vegas also has kid-friendly attractions that’ll give little ones plenty of entertainment. Let’s see all those great places you explore with on your own, comfy, private Las Vegas party bus rental!

High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ

Price: $29 – $39 per person

Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily

Address: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 853-4844
Get a bird’s-eye view of The Strip from the High Roller Observation Wheel. Located at the LINQ Hotel & Casino on the east side of The Strip, the High Roller is the biggest observation wheel in North America. The 550-foot tall structure has 28 glass-enclosed pods that can each fit up to 40 passengers at once—making it the perfect group activity to take a break from the crowds of Las Vegas’s streets and casinos. You can enjoy panoramic views of the city as you take a 30-minute ride around the wheel.

Tickets to the High Roller can be booked online in advance. Daytime tickets are $24.95 while evening tickets are $34.95. Group discounts for 10 or more are available by calling (866) 320-9923, and you can even reserve an entire pod for your private group.

Many visitors enjoy riding the High Roller in the evening to watch the city light up, but daytime views are equally dazzling, especially for those who want photos. If anyone in your group is celebrating a birthday or anniversary, consider booking the Happy Half Hour cabin with an open bar.

FlyOver in Las Vegas

Price: $34 – $44 per person

Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily

Address: 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119

Phone: (702) 853-3591

Looking for a thrill that won’t empty your wallet at the casino? Head to FlyOver in Las Vegas for a unique multi-sensory ride that will make your group feel like you’re flying through the air. You’ll sit in an open-air seat with your feet dangling as your ride vehicle moves in time with the projected images. As you fly through valleys and canyons and over snow-capped mountains, a cool breeze will hit your face, mists will spritz, and aromas of pine trees or cinnamon will drift by. The experience is designed to fully immerse you in the sights and smells of each natural wonder on display.

Located on the east side of The Strip inside the Showcase Mall (home to the famous M&M World), FlyOver in Las Vegas is easy to get to and close to many other attractions, making it a convenient stop on your itinerary. Groups of 10 or more will receive a $5 discount per person, and your charter bus can easily drop off and pick your group up at the mall’s main entrance. Once you’re done with your virtual flight, you can also head to M&M World or the Coca-Cola Store. These two attractions, like FlyOver, offer exciting group discounts and are a wonderful way to take a break from the casinos.

The LINQ Promenade

Price: Free to explore

Hours: Open 24/7 (businesses and attractions have independent hours)

Address: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: (702) 853-5467

The LINQ Promenade is a popular attraction that gives your group a break from the casinos and the hassle of moving from one end of The Strip to the other. The Promenade, located on the east side of The Strip between the Flamingo Las Vegas and The LINQ Hotel & Casino, is an open-air, pedestrian-only shopping and dining area with over a dozen restaurants, shops, bars, and attractions. Here you’ll find everything from casual eateries to a few high-end, trendy spots, most of which offer group dining options.

In addition to dining, The Promenade is also home to the LINQ High Roller Observation Wheel and the Fly LINQ zipline. These attractions are great for visitors of all ages, especially for groups who want some thrills and to experience The Strip from a different perspective. You can also explore other shops and attractions at The LINQ Promenade like a massive candy store and an ice bar.

The Promenade is open 24/7, but businesses have independent hours, so be sure to check ahead of time to ensure that your group can get in when you’re there. If your group has a big itinerary and needs to split between different attractions, The Promenade offers a convenient meeting spot after everyone is finished exploring. You can then hop back on your bus for a ride to your next destination!


Price: Entry is free. Tickets to attractions begin at $12.

Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. (Sunday-Thursday), 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. (Friday-Saturday)

Address: 3215 S Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Phone: (702) 846-1900

This experimental entertainment complex has earned a variety of nicknames, including “The Wonderland of Vegas” and “The Art Factory of The Strip” and for good reason. You can easily spend the entire day exploring all the immersive art installations, themed bars, escape rooms, VR rides, and even an axe-throwing arena. And for those with an appreciation for the outlandish, be sure to check out the “Wink World: Portals into the Infinite” installation for five bizarre multi-sensory rooms created by the Blue Man Group.

Area15 is located just a few miles west of The Strip and about 15 minutes from Downtown Las Vegas. Guests can either book a rideshare or reserve a private charter bus to get to the complex. With parking limited on-site, reserving a charter bus will allow everyone to be dropped off together at the entrance. Your driver will be able to find parking at the nearby World Market Center and can pick your group up at the end of your day at Area15.

Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden

Price: Free, though chocolate and tours are available for purchase

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily

Address: 2 Cactus Garden Dr, Henderson, NV 89014

Phone: (702) 458-8864

While a trip to Vegas may be all about losing your inhibitions, there’s still a place for sweet tooths to indulge. The Ethel M Chocolate Factory will give your group the ultimate chocolate lover’s experience. Visitors are welcome to tour the working factory to learn all about how Ethel M crafts and prepares their iconic boxed chocolates and other premium confections. And after your tour, head on over to the gift shop to stock up on all the pecan brittle and caramel marshmallow nut clusters your heart (and stomach) desires.

The Ethel M Chocolate Factory is located in Henderson, Nevada—about a 15-minute drive from The Strip. The factory’s main draw, however, isn’t the chocolate (although, the chocolate is pretty spectacular). It’s the botanical garden! This 3-acre garden of cactus and succulents is the largest of its kind in Nevada. You’ll discover nearly 300 different species of desert plants along with seasonal displays that bloom across the year.

Seven Magic Mountains

Price: Free to explore

Hours: Open 24/7

Address: S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89054

This public art installation is a can’t-miss stop on your itinerary if your group loves weird and colorful art. These seven towering stone sculptures, balanced one on top of the other, range in height from 30 to 35 feet high and are painted in vibrant fluorescent colors. The “mountains” were crafted by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone and were installed in the desert outside of Las Vegas in 2016.

Although the installation was only intended to be on display for two years, its wild popularity prompted the Bureau of Land Management to extend its time in the desert. Since then, the Seven Magic Mountains has become a must-see in the Las Vegas area, especially for those taking a day trip to the Hoover Dam or other destinations south of the city.

The installation is a 20-minute drive south of Las Vegas on I-15, and there is a designated parking area for all vehicles. The lot can accommodate oversized vehicles like charter bus rentals, but if you’re traveling during a busy time, be sure to call ahead to ensure that parking is available.

The Neon Museum

Price: $22 – $32 for general admission (additional tours are available at a premium cost)

Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Address: 770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Phone: (702) 387-6366

Looking to take a trip back in time? Take your history buffs, art lovers, and even the kids on a tour of Las Vegas’s bygone era. The Neon Museum is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of vintage Vegas neon signs.

This museum is split between indoor galleries and an outdoor collection called the “Neon Boneyard” where you’ll find nearly 250 of the most iconic, bedazzled signs that illuminated the city from the 1930s to the 1990s. Take photos of towering 1950s motel signage, walk under the glimmering glow of the former Moulin Rouge hotel casino sign, and marvel at the unique and bold designs of the “Golden Age of Signage.”

Located just a few blocks from the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas, the Neon Museum is easy to access and a great place to spend a few hours on a sunny afternoon. Tickets are available online, and the Neon Boneyard also hosts group events. Plan a private tour of the neon installations with cocktails at the end of the evening, or enjoy a unique company party with a buffet dinner and an open bar, surrounded by the lights of vintage Vegas.

The Mob Museum

Price: General admission begins at $29.95.

Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Sunday – Thursday), 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Friday – Saturday)

Address: 300 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Phone: (702) 229-2734

No visit to Las Vegas is complete without exploring the city’s ties to organized crime! The Mob Museum, aka The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is located in the former U.S. Post Office and Courthouse building in downtown Las Vegas—a few blocks from Fremont Street. Plan a group tour of the museum and learn about how the mob ruled the casino industry in the 1940s, take in a Crime Lab Experience, and even witness the actual courtroom where Senator Estes Kefauver’s Special Committee to Investigate Organized Crime in Interstate Commerce—aka the Kefauver Committee—held hearings in 1950.

The museum has exhibits and educational programs great for visitors of all ages. Bring a group of middle schoolers for a field trip to learn about forensic evidence in the Crime Lab or plan a “mobsters and molls” themed bachelor or bachelorette party with craft cocktails at the museum’s basement speakeasy. Just make sure you reserve your tickets online in advance for guaranteed group admission. You can also request a group discount if you’re traveling with 10 or more people.

Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum

Price: General admission begins at $48.

Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily

Address: 600 E Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104

Phone: (702) 444-0744

If your group doesn’t get freaked out too easily, then Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum is for you. Opened in 2017 by the Ghost Adventures paranormal investigator, the museum is a sprawling collection of over 30 rooms of artifacts and objects that are either known to be or purported to be “haunted.” Guests are invited to embark on a 90-minute guided tour of the house to learn about the history of each room and its allegedly cursed artifacts. You’ll see everything from demon-possessed dolls and vintage medical specimens to serial killers’ death masks, haunted mirrors, and the infamous “dybbuk box.”

The museum’s located in the historic John S. Park neighborhood, a mere 15 minutes from the Strip and downtown Las Vegas. The museum is open to groups of up to 12, but no guests under 16 years old are permitted, even with a guardian. You’ll have to sign a waiver at the beginning of the tour and are expected to follow a strict dress code, so don’t wear those stiletto heels or sandals! If you’re planning to visit with a big group, reserve your tickets online in advance. You’ll also want to book your charter bus well before the day of your tour, as parking can be limited.

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