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Discover These Hidden Gems In Las Vegas

Black Enterprise was given an inside look into some of the concealed gems and novel experiences that can enhance your Las Vegas adventure.

There are plenty of reasons to explore Las Vegas throughout the year. Whether it’s to attend a residency, reunion, couples trip, or thrilling gambling getaway, various occasions may lead you to spend a few days in The Neon City. Whatever brings you to Las Vegas, just know there is a lot more to enjoy than pricey drinks and slot machines. Black Enterprise was given an inside look into some of the concealed gems and novel experiences that can enhance your Las Vegas adventure. Here are seven takeaways you can incorporate into your next visit to Sin City.


The FlyOver is one of the newer adventure-driven experiences available right along the Las Vegas strip. Curated by renowned attractions and hospitality company Pursuit, this engaging flight experience made its debut this fall and has been captivating guests with its multi-sensory quests. Thrill seekers get a chance to safely glide over the most iconic landscapes and natural wonders of the world including the American West, Iceland, and the Canadian Rockies.

Inspired by the success of Pursuit’s FlyOver attractions in Vancouver, Canada, and Reykjavik, Iceland, the Las Vegas installment includes a distinctive flight ride showcasing the breathtaking beauty of the American West. An attraction for visitors of all ages (minus babies and toddlers) the FlyOver flight ride employs an innovative and advanced moving platform featuring six degrees of motion. With multi-sensory special effects and a colossal 52.5-foot spherical screen, guests are treated to an unmatched journey across iconic destinations and natural landscapes around the world. Special effects like wind, mist, and scents, coupled with the motion of the ride, creates an unforgettable and immersive entertainment experience like no other.

The Neon Museum

With the La Concha Motel being designed by the iconic Black architect, Paul Revere Williams, The Neon Museum prides itself in highlighting diverse history from the greats who played a part in Las Vegas’ majestic history. The Neon Museum accommodates rescued signs from yesteryear and today and is open for weddings, special events, photo shoots, and educational programs.

A Magic Show

You might have already enjoyed a magic show in Las Vegas, or you might not. Oftentimes our Vegas itinerary is so booked with drinks, parties, or group events that we forget to take part in one of the most historical experiences The Desert Oasis has to offer. The history of magic shows in Las Vegas is deeply intertwined with the city’s evolution into becoming the entertainment capital of the world. Along with residencies, magic has been a staple in Las Vegas since its early days, contributing significantly to the city’s allure and reputation for hosting world-class performances.

The Mob Museum

Many often overlook the mob ties of Las Vegas and how organized crime helped set the stage for the Las Vegas we all know and love today. Get a deeper look inside Las Vegas’ grim history at The Mob Museum: The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. Located in downtown Las Vegas, the museum has a mission to advance the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society. The Museum offers a provocative, contemporary look at these topics through hundreds and immersive exhibits that include classic mug shot lineups, documentary films, and the actual court room where many of the early mob trials took place.

After exploring the museum, adult guests can enjoy a drink in the downstairs speakeasy that serves up signature moonshine reminiscent of the legendary prohibition era. The New York Times votes The Mob Museum as a must-see for Las Vegas travelers.

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Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art

Art enthusiasts visiting Las Vegas will be sure to want to check out the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. The “ICONS of Contemporary Art” curated by Ralph DeLuca offers a diverse array of creations by living artists who actively challenge and reshape established patterns of our era, redefining the very essence of what it signifies to be considered iconic.

Fine Dining

Las Vegas is renowned for some of the best dining experiences in the country. Top chefs from all around the world have dreams of opening up a restaurant in Sin City. While many eateries come and go there are some fine dining experiences still available to enjoy. During our visit, Black Enterprise enjoyed dinner at Superfrico inside The Cosmopolitan. The restaurant’s Italian cuisine is just as good as the experience you’ll have while eating. Guests enjoy random performances throughout the night from staff that get their fix dressing in wild costumes and lip syncing to pop and funk classics from past to present.

Sadelle’s Cafe inside the Bellagio Conservatory is the perfect restaurant for breakfast or brunch. The swanky all-day eatery serves creative American cuisine & cocktails for guests overlooking Bellagio’s casino garden. Din Tai Fung located inside the ARIA resort and casino specializes in delicious Taiwanese fare & specialty dumplings. Served in a family style, the Asian fusion eatery is perfect for groups.

Whatever your next trip to Las Vegas entails, be sure to add one or more of these activities to your itinerary.

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Source: Black Enterprise


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