Football fans from across the nation are gearing up and gathering in Las Vegas for the ultimate showdown—the Super Bowl.
Nestled amidst the iconic neon lights and electrifying energy of the Vegas Strip, our beloved city is ready to host the sporting world’s most unforgettable weekend, with sports enthusiasts and party seekers alike reveling in the glory of the game. Whether you’re looking for ideas on how to spend the rest of your weekend in Sin City or you want to escape the madness and reconnect with nature during your non-Superbowl time, we’re here to help you make the most of your time in this entertainment capital, including recommendations for pre-game adventures like our unforgettable Grand Canyon tours.
In this blog post, we’ll be your guide to navigating the Las Vegas Superbowl weekend, ensuring you experience everything iconically Vegas while you stay, from family-friendly activities and romantic ideas for couples to the best free activities for budget-conscious visitors and other Las Vegas bucket list essentials.
Let’s kick off!
Las Vegas Resources: What To Do & See in Sin City
Need ideas for what else you can do and see in Vegas while you’re in town for the Superbowl? Take a look through our best Vegas guides and resources:
If there’s one thing you can always count on Las Vegas to deliver, it’s new experiences—and 2024 is no different. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned Sin City pro, you’re sure to find something you haven’t done before in 2024.
With a list of things to do and see that includes shows, residencies, museums, artwork, celebrity chefs, gambling, partying, and incomparable desert landscapes, pinning down what your Vegas experience should include can feel overwhelming—and the FOMO is real.
Las Vegas boasts a number of odd and interesting museum options, including some less racy and outlandish museums for those looking for some non-weird, family-friendly options.
Las Vegas has no shortage of photogenic places for capturing the perfect shot. Follow our self-guided tour of the best photo ops to make sure you get the Strip’s best side at the following locations, starting at the south end of Las Vegas Blvd by McCarran Airport, and heading north.
If the idea of a day spent cooling off in the air conditioned comfort of the casino floor gives you pause, you’ll be glad to learn that some of the best things to do in Las Vegas are actually outdoors. These are some of the best outdoor activities in and around Las Vegas.
There are lots of activities for couples to enjoy together in Las Vegas, including artistic or adventurous excursions, fine dining, and luxurious spa retreats. Romance abounds, so decide what kind of Vegas adventure you want for yourselves and check out some of these tried-and-true activities for two.
Over the years, the city has diversified its entertainment, activities, and culture to include lots of family-friendly options. Keep your kids and yourself entertained with these exciting, interesting, and occasionally educational Las Vegas experiences
If you’re travelling on a budget, you’re in luck—Vegas is never one to disappoint, and there are a number of surprisingly fun, free things to do throughout the city and in the surrounding area. Here are some of the best shows and tours, sights to see, photo ops, and activities to check out.
Escape the Madness: State & National Parks to Visit Outside the City
Want to escape the Superbowl madness? Head out of Sin City and journey to one of these nearby state and national parks:
Las Vegas is within driving distance of more than a few national and state parks, cities, and man-made wonders. Whether you’re prepared to travel a few hours to reach your destination or find anything over an hour to be a bit much, there’s an option for everyone.
Las Vegas is within easy driving distance of a number of iconic state and national monuments, making it a great homebase for your southwest explorations. Starting with the closest spots, here are 12 of the most popular historic sites, conservation areas, national and state parks that you can reach from Las Vegas.
If you only have a single day to spend visiting the Grand Canyon, you will have to make some decisions about what to do and see. For single day trips to the Grand Canyon, the section you see will depend on what type of activities you are interested in, the type of experience you want, the time of year it is, and your proximity to the canyon.
The mystical, sweeping curves of Antelope Canyon are at the top of many adventurers’—and photographers’—lists of places to visit. Keep reading to get answers to all your burning questions about Antelope Canyon.
Whether Bryce Canyon is on your bucket list or you’re looking for the perfect single-day excursion from Las Vegas, you may have = questions that need answering before you visit. In this post, we’ll answer the most common questions about Bryce Canyon.
How Far Is Red Rock Canyon From Las Vegas + 14 More Questions We Know You Have About Red Rock Canyon
Whether you’re thinking about adding a trip to Red Rock Canyon to your Vegas itinerary or you’re preparing for an upcoming adventure, we’ve compiled a list of 15 of the most commonly asked questions about Red Rock Canyon to help you plan your journey.
Death Valley National Park is the largest national park in the lower 48 states, covering an area of over 3,000 square miles. It’s also the lowest, driest, and hottest area in North America. Here are 9 reasons why you should visit Death Valley.
No rental car? Hop on a guided tour:
Kick Off Your Las Vegas Superbowl Weekend
From the glitzy lights of the Vegas Strip to the breathtaking wonders of the Grand Canyon, we’re here to help you plan an iconic Las Vegas Superbowl weekend. Whether you’re commited to as many Super Bowl festivities as you can, want to explore Sin City beyond the Superbowl madness, or you’re seeking solace in the serenity of nature with our Grand Canyon tours, nothing can compare to a Las Vegas Superbowl. Cheers to a touchdown-worthy weekend!