Now more than ever, Las Vegas is alive and flourishing. It’s one of the few vacation destination cities that seems to open up new, exciting attractions each and every year. So, what’s hot right now in Las Vegas (aside from the temperature)?
This museum takes guests on an immersive tour of our world unlike any other. Through augmented virtual reality art installations, projection mapping, scent and sound technology, and robotics, Arcadia Earth allows guests to explore the planet as it grapples in real-time with climate change. Visitors gain a stronger understanding of the earth’s delicate natural balance as well as the role that every individual can take to create positive impacts in the future. From kids to adults, there’s something for everyone to learn or discover during this unique interactive experience.
While AREA15 is not technically on the Strip, it’s only a mere matter of minutes away. It also happens to be one of Las Vegas’ top new entertainment offerings. The “district,” as it’s called, is jam-packed with excitement for all ages, including amusement rides, arcade games, alternative reality experiences, art installations, and much more. Its design features the use of bright neon colors and funky designs, making AREA15 one of the most attractive new hot spots in Las Vegas. While guests of all ages are welcome throughout the day, AREA15 becomes exclusive to those 21 and older after 10 pm, making it a perfect playground for kids and adults.
Bat Out of Hell – The Musical
For fans of legendary rock singer Meat Loaf and composer Jim Steinman, “Bat Out of Hell – The Musical” is a must-see show. Based on Meat Loaf’s “Bat Out of Hell” album (which is still one of the best-selling albums of all time), the critically-acclaimed musical production makes its debut performance in late September 2022. The musical, based on “Romeo and Juliet,” sees the rebellious gang leader Strat fall in love with Raven, the daughter of an imperious ruler. Audiences are set to be stunned by the rock ‘n’ roll energy, visuals, and performances.
FlyOver Las Vegas
FlyOver Las Vegas brings a new perspective to indoor ride attractions. Passengers hang suspended, feet dangling, to experience the thrilling sensation of flight all while a 52.5-foot-wide spherical screen transports them through some of the world’s most famous landmarks and natural wonders. This immersive experience relies on the latest technology to simulate the effects of wind, mist, and scents while riders soar and dip in the air. The Lost Cactus bar and lounge inside the facility is the perfect place to relax with a cocktail or mocktail after the high-flying adventure.
Perception Las Vegas
As with many of Las Vegas’ other new attractions, Perception Las Vegas uses new technology to create a genuinely memorable digital experience. The 17,000-square-foot museum introduces viewers to digital art installations that stand out–literally. The museum’s current presentation, the world premiere of “Leonardo The Universal Man,” takes a deep dive into Leonardo DiVinci’s most famous works of art and brings them to life before guests’ eyes with advanced lights, sounds, and digital designs.