My name is Mike Myers. I am the owner of Legion Marketing; my expertise is in nightlife. I believe that I know the best and brightest of everything that's in Las Vegas. I can help you skip the lines, skip the bad spots, basically cut the fat.
The best way to sort through Vegas is the alcohol/no-alcohol routine. Mandalay Bay has an amazing aquarium called Shark Reef where you can see jellyfish and touch stingrays and, of course, see sharks. They're rolling out the Cyclone Roller coaster in New York New York and the four terrifying rides atop the Stratosphere take advantage of every bit of the skyscraper. The Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage puts you in the water with bottlenose dolphins. The MGM has a lion habitat in plain view of the casino floor where there are always a couple of lions lounging around or playing with their trainers. Outside on the strip, inside the showcase mall, there is an M&M world with four floors with everything candy including M&M Monopoly, a replica of Kyle Bush's sponsored race car, 22 different colors of M&Ms just to name a few. Next door is a 55 thousand square-foot arcade and next to that's a movie theater with all the newest movies. Beyond that, the main attraction for kids seems to be the pools. Every hotel has separate pools for the parties and for the adults so that the main areas are very kid-friendly. Mandalay Bay even has a wave pool which is very popular with all ages, and the Golden Nugget has a water slide that actually shoots you through a shark tank if you're looking for a thrill.