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15 Things To Do In Las Vegas Under $25

Last updated: April 16, 2019 at 8:48 pm. Posted by in Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 14 Comments on 15 Things To Do In Las Vegas Under $25.

You don’t have to spend a fortune to have fun in Vegas. Sure, you can go to gourmet restaurants and indulge in bottle service at the clubs if you want, but if ballin’ on a budget is more your style, we’ve got some ideas for you. Here are 15 things you can do in Vegas for under $25:

The Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas - Things do do in Vegas under $25

The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

1. Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck

It’s always fun to see Vegas from above and one of the great views of the Las Vegas Strip is from the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas. The half-size replica of the real thing is 46 stories tall and offers a 360-degree observation deck. Admission is $22 for an anytime ticket, which means you can go either during the day or at night when you can enjoy the neon and bright lights of the Strip.

Hop aboard The High Roller - Things to do in Vegas under $25

The High Roller. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

2. High Roller

Another amazing Strip view can be found at the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel, at The LINQ Promenade. The 550-foot-tall wheel offers 360-degree views of the Las Vegas valley. The High Roller takes about 30 minutes to complete a full rotation and you can hop on board one of 28 spacious cabins to enjoy the ride. Adult daytime tickets (must board before 5 p.m.) are $22.

The Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf at Harrah's Las Vegas

The Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

3. Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf

Hitting the links can be expensive, but not if you play mini golf. For a truly out-of-this-world experience, try the Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf course at Bally’s Las Vegas. It’s just $11.95 for 18 holes.

The 10,000-square-foot themed attraction features a custom-designed glow-in-the-dark course surrounded by spooky props, artwork and a live on-course DJ.

Wildlife Habitat at Flamingo Las Vegas is a free and family friendly attraction

Wildlife Habitat at Flamingo Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

4. Flamingo Wildlife Habitat

Nothing’s better than a free attraction and you can visit the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat with no charge. The habitat is located on the Flamingo Las Vegas‘ lush 15-acre grounds and is filled with exotic birds, fish and turtles. Walk through the tropical area and you’ll spot Chilean flamingos, ring teal ducks, sacred Ibis, brown pelicans, swans, ducks, koi fish and more.

5. Happy Hour at Bird Bar

Once you’re done touring the Wildlife Habitat, head indoors for a different kind of wild. Bird Bar at Flamingo Las Vegas features one of the best happy hours around. From 5 – 6 p.m. you can drink 50-cent beers and there are additional specials from 6 – 7 p.m.

Play beer pong and check out reverse happy hour from 2 – 10 a.m.

Check out happy hour Interlude lounge at The Cromwell - Happy hour drinks start at $3

Interlude lounge at The Cromwell. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

6. Drinks at Interlude

Looking for more cheap drinks? Interlude Lounge at The Cromwell features $3 vodka cocktails at their happy hour Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Enjoy vodka cocktails and beer specials for only $3 each.

Las Vegas pool party at Flamingo's GO Pool is only a $15 cover charge.

Flamingo’s GO Pool. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

7. GO Pool Dayclub

Pool dayclubs in Las Vegas are a great way to spend a warm spring day. The Flamingo Las Vegas’ GO Pool is open for summer fun. There’s no charge for hotel guests, but if you’re staying at another hotel you can still come and join the fun for a $15 cover charge. Drink, dance and enjoy music from DJs as well as other special entertainment.

Catch a free show featuring Big Elvis at Harrah's Las Vegas Piano Bar

Big Elvis, aka Pete Vallee. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

8. Big Elvis

If you want to catch a free show in Vegas, you can’t go wrong with Big Elvis. Pete Vallee stars in this classic Las Vegas impersonator show at The Piano Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Watch as he performs all the King’s hits, plus other popular tunes spanning six decades. Performances are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.

9. The Atlantis Show

For a free show of a different kind, head inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace to watch the Atlantis Show where statues come to life and tell the tale of the ill-fated city of Atlantis.

The attraction features more than 400 moving parts in each animatronic statue. The Atlantis Show plays daily on the hour, beginning at 11 a.m. Adjacent to the Atlantis Show is the Atlantis Aquarium where you can see more than 300 unique species of tropical fish in the 50,000-gallon saltwater aquarium.

Book a lane and the bowling alley at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Bowling alley at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

10. Bowling at Brooklyn Bowl

Bowling, music, dining… Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at The LINQ Promenade has it all. If you want to enjoy a game of bowling, you can get a lane for $20 Sunday – Thursday, per half hour up to eight people per lane.

Brooklyn Bowl features 32 bowling lanes and a music venue, plus the famed Blue Ribbon restaurant featuring popular American comfort food.

Paradise Garden Buffet at the Flamingo offers inexpensive brunch starting at $21.99

A beautiful view at Paradise Garden Buffet. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

11. Flamingo Paradise Garden Buffet

Looking for an inexpensive brunch spot? Flamingo Las Vegas’ Paradise Garden Buffet offers weekday brunch for $21.99.

The brunch buffet features breakfast and lunch offerings. Breakfast selections include Southern and Mexican influenced dishes as well as a made-to-order omelet station and waffles. Lunch offerings include classic American, Asian and Southern dishes. There’s also a salad bar and a dessert bar with made-to-order crepes. Bonus: The buffet offers a beautiful view of the hotel’s wildlife habitat.

VR Adventures at The LINQ Promenade.

VR Adventures at The LINQ Promenade. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

12. VR Adventures at The LINQ Promenade

Want to soar like a superhero over the Las Vegas Strip? You can – virtually – at VR Adventures. Tickets are $22.75 and you can choose from several different virtual reality experiences. Ride a 4-D motion controlled chair on the VRoller Coaster, zipline across Caesars Palace from 60 stories above the ground or walk through a haunted house filled with frightening surprises.

Beer pong and live entertainment at O'Sheas.

Beer pong at O’Sheas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

13. O’Sheas Lucky Hour

O’Sheas Casino and Pub has been a Las Vegas favorite party place for years with its beer pong tournaments and live entertainment. It’s a place where you can have a lot of fun for not a lot of money.

Stop in for Lucky Hour Monday- Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 2 a.m. – 6 a.m. and you can get your fill of drink specials including Guinness drafts  for $4, a 16-ounce Pot of Gold for $7 (Miller Lite or Coors Light and shot special), Fireball for $5, Jameson for $5 and Jell-O Shots for $3.

Cleopatra's Barge at Caesars Palace

Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

14. Cleopatra’s Barge

Cleopatra’s Barge is a part of Caesars Palace’s historic entertainment scene. The floating barge features swanky red and gold décor and is an ornate replica of the craft that transported the royalty of Egypt in the time of Julius Caesar. While the barge is home to shows like Wayne Newton, there’s also the opportunity to enjoy the bar and dance floor for free.

Pop 40 performs on Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m. and you can catch David Perrico Pop Strings Orchestra on Friday and Saturday nights from 10 p.m. – midnight followed by a DJ.

The Spice Market Buffet breakfast starts at $18.99

The Spice Market Buffet, photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

15. Spice Market Buffet Breakfast

Spice up your morning with breakfast at Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Breakfast costs $18.99 for adults and you can indulge in all-you-can-eat morning favorites including an omelet station, oatmeal, pastries, toast, cheese grits, waffles, pancakes, fruit, cereals, bagels, buttermilk biscuits, hash browns, carved ham, eggs Benedict and much more.

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About The Author

Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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14 Responses

  1. Ashley McDowell

    How can I find something to do for may 10-12

  2. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Ashley – Keep an eye out for our May Must Dos blog, which should publish on April 25.

  3. Gloria Landeros

    Going to be there on Cinco de Mayo
    Any Mexican restaurants with mariachis o. That sunday?

  4. Darlene hunka

    Hi
    I booked a room at the linq at a cost of $55/night and I see the rate is now $32/night .. can I get that rate now?

  5. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Gloria – We don’t have any schedules yet for Cinco de Mayo, however, The LINQ Promenade always hosts a Cinco de Mayo festival and usually has mariachi bands. They also have Chayo Mexican restaurant, which will surely be having something special going on.

  6. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Darlene – Please call the reservations line for The LINQ and they will be happy to help you with your question. 1-800-634-6441

  7. Louise

    Anything happening from August 17th.

  8. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Louise –
    Check back with us closer to June/July and we will have a better idea of August events. Thanks!

  9. Ian

    I’m there end of july is there plenty to for people going on there own

  10. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Ian – Yes, there’s lots to do in Vegas if you are on your own. For a few suggestions, check out this blog on solo Vegas travel: http://blog.caesars.com/las-vegas/things-to-do/alone-in-vegas/

  11. Joy

    Is there a tour or car rental available to Hoover Dam, from the hotel?

  12. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Joy – When you arrive at your hotel, visit the concierge desk and they will be able to help you reserve any tours you are interested in.

  13. Dianna Westley-Phillips

    Hi, I’ll be staying at the Caesar Palace Resort & Casino May 9 – 13 and was wondering if there’s a breakfast package we could purchase since it was not available when we booked our trip. If not will we be able to find a breakfast buffet close be within walking distance.

  14. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Dianna-
    I do not know of a breakfast package at Caesars, but there are a lot of breakfast options at the hotel. The Bacchanal Buffet offers a breakfast/brunch buffet. There is also a 24-hour cafe called Cafe Americano with breakfast options. For a quick breakfast, there is Pronto by Giada. Finally, there is also a walk-up counter with breakfast pastries and coffee called Brioche by Guy Savoy. These are all located within Caesars Palace. Enjoy your stay!