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Free Family Vegas Fun!

Free Family Vegas Fun!
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There’s no doubt about it: spending money in Las Vegas is pretty easy.

With kids in tow the bigger attractions soon add up, so as we’re into doing things for free we’ve found some great family fun in Vegas that sincerely won’t cost you a cent. The Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo is a naturalistic enclosure located outside the famous hotel. As well as the namesake Chilean Flamingos, their miniature islands, streams and waterfalls are home to swans, ducks, koi, and turtles.

Like everything else on our list it’s not only free but visitation is actively encouraged. A family ramble through Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden is a treat for the senses: maintained by over 140 horticulturalists it’s an impressive setting which changes dramatically with the seasons by design. Plus there are live musical performances every day from 5 to 6pm, from the Victorian Gazebo in the South Garden by a variety of local artists.

Entry to the main floor of the Fleischmann Planetarium Exhibit Hall and Science Center is free of charge, offering changeable hands-on interactive displays, plus permanent exhibits including large-scale rotating Earth and moon globes, a black hole demonstrator, meteorites and a gravity well. Beautiful Floyd Lamb Park is based around a series of small lakes combining in an oasis. Activities include swimming, fishing, volleyball and horseshoe facilities, plus scenic walking trails, picnic spots and barbeques.

Found within the park, the Tule Springs Ranch explores early ranch life plus the local Pleistocene paleontologic sites, showcasing fossil remains. The talented and disparate acts of Circus Circus take over the Carnival Midway on a daily basis for free family entertainment. Acts include high end performances featuring skates, silks, trampolines, juggling, trapeze artistry, acrobatics and regular shows from the house clowns perfect for young kids. And at Ethel M Chocolates and Botanical Cactus Garden you can take a self-guided tour and see the processes and potions used to make their famous chocolates, plus explore the 300 varieties of cacti in the adjacent garden. The Entertainment Capital of the World: leave your wallet at home!

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