You don't need a fairy godmother to whisk you away to a magical spot when you can just follow this list instead. These six things to do in Las Vegas will turn your days into living fairytales. You can shelve the plans to visit a theme park and just explore the city instead.

If you are missing Disneyland but not the lines, why not take a road trip around the city and find your own magic

You can visit towering castles and dreamy gardens that any princess would envy, all without leaving the state.

Not only are these whimsical places easy to get to, but they won't break the royal budget, either.

Grab your favorite co-princess and make a beeline for any (or all) of these amazing spots!

Excalibur Hotel & Casino

Price: Free

Location: 3850 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV

Why You Need To Go: You can strike a pose in front of the castle you always knew you deserved at this Strip destination.

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Ethel M Cactus Garden

Price: Free

Location: 2 Cactus Garden Dr., Henderson, NV

Why You Need To Go: Chocolate samples and dreamy gardens filled with desert plants await you at this magical spot made for royalty.

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Mary Jane Falls Trail

Price: Free

Location: Mt. Charleston, Las Vegas, NV

Why You Need To Go: You will feel like a true Disney princess wandering through this wooded trail filled with lush greenery and tiny forest creatures.

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Crystal Reservoir

Price: Free

Location: 610 E. Springs Meadows Rd., Amargosa Valley, NV

Why You Need To Go: Just a short drive from Las Vegas, this spot looks like a tropical beach in the middle of the desert for all those Ariel vibes.

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Vanderpump Cocktail Garden

Price: Free

Location: 3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV

Why You Need To Go: This fairytale bar lets you sip boozy treats surrounded by dreamy floral canopies.

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Wynn Hotel

Price: Free

Location: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S., Las Vegas, NV

Why You Need To Go: Inside this stunning hotel sits a dreamy garden worthy of its own spot in a Disney film.

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