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"Best ways to explore Las Vegas beyond the CES events: top tips and must-see attractions for a Unique Vegas Experience?"

The famous "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign, located on the South Las Vegas Strip, was designated as a historical landmark in 2009.

The Bellagio Fountains, one of the most iconic attractions in Las Vegas, contain over 1200 nozzles and can shoot water up to 460 feet in the air.

The High Roller Ferris wheel, located at The Linq Promenade, is the tallest observation wheel in North America, standing at 550 feet tall.

The Mirage Volcano, located outside the Mirage Hotel, is a man-made volcano that erupts every hour from dusk until midnight, featuring fire, pyrotechnics, and accompanying music.

The Speedvegas Motorsports Park, located just south of the Las Vegas Strip, allows visitors to drive supercars like Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Porsches on a professional racing track.

The Mob Museum, located in downtown Las Vegas, showcases the history of organized crime and law enforcement in the United States, with interactive exhibits and artifacts.

The Neon Museum, located near downtown Las Vegas, features a collection of vintage neon signs from various hotels, casinos, and businesses.

The Hoover Dam, located about 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas, is a concrete arch-gravity dam that provides power and water to several states in the Western United States.

The Bonneville Salt Flats, located about 120 miles west of Las Vegas, is a flat, expansive desert area that is used for land speed records due to its smooth and hard surface.

The Valley of Fire State Park, located about 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas, is a state park that features red sandstone formations and petroglyphs from ancient Native American cultures.

The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, located about 20 miles west of Las Vegas, is a conservation area that features scenic drives, hiking trails, and rock climbing opportunities.

The Grand Canyon, located about 275 miles east of Las Vegas, is a natural wonder that attracts millions of visitors every year.

Visitors can take helicopter tours or drive to the South Rim or West Rim.

The Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, located just south of the Hoover Dam, is a concrete arch bridge that spans the Colorado River and provides breathtaking views.

The Pinball Hall of Fame, located near the Las Vegas Strip, is a museum that features over 200 vintage and modern pinball machines, available to play for a small fee.

The Springs Preserve, located about 3 miles west of downtown Las Vegas, is a 180-acre cultural and historical site that features botanical gardens, hiking trails, and exhibits on the natural and cultural history of the Las Vegas Valley.

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