Combine five Las Vegas experiences for nearly half the price of each with the new Vegas Attraction Passport.
Visitors who buy a passport can tour the Strip on the Big Bus Tours, a double-decker bus you can hop on and off, hit up Madame Tussauds Las Vegas for some celebrity spotting, get to know the mobsters who frequented the city at the Mob Museum, and solve crimes at CSI: The Experience.
All this is capped off with a romantic gondola ride at the Venetian Las Vegas.
Madame Tussauds takes you on an interactive trip through the stars with wax figurines of celebrities at the Venetian. The eight rooms there include the newest attraction, film characters Alan and Phil recently joined "The Hangover Experience." You can meet the wax versions of Spider-Man, Lady Gaga and 100 more celebrities.
The Mob Museum looks at the history of organized crime and law enforcement in downtown Las Vegas. The largest collection of Mob and related law enforcement memorabilia under one roof including 885 artifacts can be found here.
CSI: The Experience at the MGM Grand Las Vegas gives visitors a chance to solve a crime using forensic science. Three crime scenes, 15 lab rooms, three autopsy rooms and a reporting station make up this exhibit that uses characters from the television show.
The gondola ride takes about 10 minutes to wind through the replicas of the Venetian canals with gondoliers singing to add charm.
See Las Vegas from atop the double decker Big Bus Tours, complete with a tour guide’s commentary on the history of the city.
Passports cost $79.99 and saves 40% off individual tickets, normally valued at $141. Tourists can use these tickets over seven days.
The passport also is good for 20% off at the gift shop at Madame Tussauds. Also, passport holders scorea free savings books from Grand Canal Shoppes and Fashion Show with a purchase.
You can purchase the Attraction Passport at Madame Tussauds.