Solo Adventure

Solo Adventure

  • Breakfast spot: Public Us (Downtown)

    Come for the coffee, stay for the breakfast. Don't let this no-frills caffeine house fool you – it may look a bit sparse but after a towering plate of chimichurri steak and eggs, or biscuits and gravy with thick-cut bacon, you'll be wondering why this hasn't been your regular haunt for years. It's also worth taking a blueberry scone for the road.


    Public Us
  • AM: The Roller Coaster at NY-NY
    The Roller Coaster at NY-NY


    Why go? To get a big old dose of adrenaline. 

    How long should you spend there? It's a three-minute series of hills, inversions, vertical loops and a corkscrew spiral plus a sudden 80-foot drop.

    Highlight? Feel the negative G-force as you whiz by replicas of NYC icons like the Statue of Liberty, Chrysler Building and Empire State Building.

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 

  • Midday: The Mob Museum

    Why go? When it comes to organized crime in this country, the truth is genuinely stranger than fiction. Unearth truly staggering stories of gangsters, bootleggers, cyber-scammers and frankly terrifying characters.

    How long should you spend there? Set aside a couple of hours – particularly if you want to snaffle a drink at the speakeasy below ground. 

    Highlight? Tour the museum with their interactive app to tackle detective missions, plus you can find out which of the many notorious villains would be your closest match – your very own 'doppelgangster'!

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 


    The Mob Museum
  • PM: High Roller
    High Roller


    Why go? It's the world's tallest observation wheel. You'll get pretty special 360-degree views of Las Vegas and beyond. 

    How long should you spend there? Your pass gives you daytime entry for a 30-minute ride.

    Highlight? Spacious pods and floor-to-ceiling glass windows make this a pretty incredible experience.

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 

  • Dinner pick: Momofuku

    The counter seats outstrip table service at this Cosmopolitan outpost, making it ideal for single diners: with full view of the kitchen, you can watch the flames blazing and silken sushi being sliced up to perfection, and the crowd is generally pretty friendly. Aside from the comfortingly familiar list of bau bun options, standout plates include bigeye tuna with strawberry and foie gras, and miso sea bass with crab butter. And if you really strike a chord with your fellow counter diners, you can always ask for the secret karaoke room to keep the night rolling.

    Image courtesy of Anthony Mair



Family Fun

  • AM: The Hunger Games: the exhibition

    Why go? Climb inside the dystopian world of Panem with a string of immersive experiences: explore District 13 and the tribute train, create your own propaganda commercial and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of costumes from the film.

    How long should you spend there? Anything from one to three hours depending on your brood's energy levels.

    Highlight? Head to Beetee's Training Center – a real-life archery experience complete with a world-record holding 60-foot wide interactive screen, where you can sharpen your marksman skills.

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 


    The Hunger Games
  • Ice cream pitstop: Scoop-LV


    Sure, loading your kids up with enough sugar to fuel an army might not be the best idea, but it's a special day out and we guarantee they'll love Scoop-LV, just around the corner from Sky Zone trampoline park. Shakes, brownies, sundaes and good old-fashioned scoops of ice cream (including vegan options) come laden with sauces and sprinkles. The cookie batter and Nutella/banana flavors are classic crowd pleasers, while more sophisticated palates will appreciate the cinnamon toast macaron sandwich or perhaps the black sesame ice cream.

  • PM: Sky Zone Trampoline Park

    Why go? With kids bouncing off the walls at home, best to give them a soft surface to do it for real! They can practice their flips, somersaults, tumbles, mid-air karate kicks and see just how high they can fly, all the while in a safe environment: jumpers are allocated a 'zone' depending on their height, so your tiny ones will be bouncing with other kids of similar age/size.

    How long should you spend there? Trampolining is pretty exhausting stuff! Plan for an hour, and have some water and snacks handy. 

    Highlight? If little legs get tired (or big ones for that matter), head up to the observation deck for a birds-eye view of the action.

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 


    Sky Zone Trampoline Park
  • Family dinner: Favorite Bistro at The LINQ
    Favorite Bistro


    Why go? Eating out as a family can be a pricey affair, but with Go Las Vegas, all passholders receive a $25 voucher towards any meal on the menu.

    Opt for surf 'n' turf with a range of perfectly cooked steaks, shrimp, and lobster. There are also plenty of American classics – think burgers, pasta, pizza – plus some continental winners (the French onion soup is legit).

The Perfect Date

  • Breakfast spot: Gabi café

    Achingly cool, great food, converted warehouse vibes and far away enough from the strip to serve up a slice of calm before the day kicks in. There’s a lot to like about this buzzing café, about 30 minutes west of the ruckus. If you like a little sweetness with your morning brew, you will love their white raspberry mocha, not to mention the caramel espressos (don’t worry – there are plenty of options for caffeine purists too). Food is a continental affair – home-baked croissants, crêpes, a delightfully fluffy cheese soufflé and strawberry shortcake are just some of the treats on offer. Order a few to share.


    Gabi café
  • AM: Number One Escape Room
    Number One Escape Room


    Why go? We all know relationships involve plenty of problem-solving. But doing it inside a Bigfoot-themed escape room is just so much more fun!  

    How long should you spend there? You’ll have one hour to work your way out of your room. Choose from multiple scenarios including a jewelry heist, a cabin in the woods and Bigfoot tearing up the city of lights.  

    Highlight? Each room is created by a team of expert gamers, production assistants, and set designers, laddering up to one of the most realistic escape rooms experiences we’ve ever tried out.

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 

  • PM: Erotic Museum

    Why go? Hopefully all that escape room malarkey has made you feel that much closer as a couple. But if not, this artistic exploration of sex, love and lust should do the job. There’s a constantly evolving string of exhibitions but recurrent themes include the human form, pornography, and hypocrisy, politics and religion. There’s also a somewhat eclectic collection of ancient sex toys to peruse, made of marble, stone and jade among other boggling materials.

    How long should you spend there? You can easily while away a couple of hours.

    Highlight? Two words. Penis puppets.

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 


    Erotic Museum
  • Early evening: Strat Observation Deck
    Strat Observation Deck


    Why go? VIP access to the indoor and outdoor viewing decks. Hit this 1,149 feet tower at dusk for twinkling city lights and milky pink skies.

    How long should you spend there? A sky-high sunset, arm in arm with your better half is a pretty dreamy experience – an hour seems to fly past. 

    Highlight? If you’re not so romantically inclined, you can also entertain yourselves watching dare-devils test their bravery on the Big Shot, X Scream, and Insanity rides in the distance.

    Free entry with a Go Las Vegas pass. 

  • Dinner pick: Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge

    Okay, so this isn’t exactly a ‘hidden gem’ but reserve a table outside and you’ll have one of the best views in the city of The Fountains of Bellagio. Enjoy a glass of saké and some of the best Japanese food Vegas has to offer, all the while watching the glittering water display set to music. Come on, that’s pretty romantic stuff. 


    Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge
  • After hours: Laundry Room
    Laundry Room


    Scout out the secret entrance on the ground floor of Commonwealth bar on Fremont Street and you’ll be rewarded with an oh-so-swanky speakeasy: with a classy dress code, a no-photo policy and a stellar cocktail list, Laundry Room is a brilliant place to end your night. Cozy up to one another under the soft glow of candelabras and congratulate yourselves on an epic date complete.

Save up to 76% compared to normal ticket costs with a Go Las Vegas pass.