7 Best Things To Do On Spring Break In Las Vegas This 2020
A 105-foot long lazy river and a faux rose wall.
If you're all about good vibes on your vacation, then you'll want to check out some of the best things to do for spring break in Las Vegas. We're not kidding when we say you'll have a blast. From lazy rivers without the crowd and a terrifying escape room to secret bars, this is the ultimate spring break 2020 bucket list.
Rent A Mansion With A Lazy River
Price per night: $260/3-night minimum stay with 16 people
Address: Las Vegas, NV
Why you need to go: Say goodbye to crowded hotel pools and hello to thiswith an approximately 105-foot lazy river.
Stop By The Secret Bar At Más Por Favor
Address: 3873 Spring Mountain Rd., Las Vegas, NV
Why you need to go: You have to take atunnel to reach the moody speakeasy in the back.
Take A Scenic Rail Bike Ride
Price: $88 for two people
Address: 601 Yucca St., Boulder City, NV
Why you need to go: Take a two or four-personthrough the Las Vegas desert.
Try Jigsaw's Escape Room
Price: $49.99 and up
Address: 2121 Industrial Rd., Las Vegas, NV
Why you need to go: You and your friends can try out anroom based on the movie series Saw.
Star Wars Exhibit
Price: $29 and up for adults
When: Opening March 31, 2020
Address: Immersion Vegas at Fashion Show, 3200 S. Las Vegas Blvd. #1110, Las Vegas, NV, located on the first floor
Why you need to go: You can walk through one of Las Vegas' largestfan collections.
Take A Hike Through A Pink Canyon
Address: 29450 Valley of Fire Hwy., Overton, NV
Why you need to go: Only a shortaway, this state park is filled with pink, red, and orange-colored rocks.
Take A Clear Kayak Tour Through An Emerald Cave
Price: $195 person
Address: Willow Beach, AZ
Why you need to go: You can go on atour through an emerald cave.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
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