The bright lights and attractions of the Las Vegas Strip await you! Easily get around Sin City with a private shuttle from National Charter Bus Las Vegas. Traveling to Vegas for a birthday party, social gathering or even a family reunion? No problem. We’ll find a spacious charter bus big enough for your group of loved ones.
Call our team 24/7 at 702-780-0497 to explore your rental options around the Strip with National Charter Bus.
Around 42 million people visit Las Vegas every year, meaning the Strip sees an exceptional amount of traffic. Between the thousands of cars and pedestrians, it's easy for groups to get separated on this bustling 4.2-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard. And with so many fellow tourists in the area, traveling around Las Vegas with a big group can be tricky.
Sure, walking The Strip is a large part of the experience, but when you’re traveling with dozens of people or have guests with mobility concerns, walking isn’t always the best option. Rather than sweating among the crowds and losing track of people along the way, hop on a climate-controlled charter bus with a personal driver.
Take pictures from your bus’s panoramic windows and enjoy additional amenities like power outlets, WiFi, and entertainment systems with TVs. Charge up your mobile devices on your bus and get ready for endless photo opportunities and excitement along The Strip.
As with group travel in other major cities, building a Las Vegas itinerary is completely dependent on the occasion, everyone’s age, and their interests. Rather than setting a predetermined schedule, National Charter Bus works with your personalized itinerary. Create a multi-day plan with several stops along The Strip, or spend a day exploring attractions like Red Rocks Canyon along the outskirts of Vegas.
If you’re traveling with a group of adults looking for good drinks and an extravagant night of gambling, you’ll find plenty of casinos along The Strip, but to be inclusive of groups traveling with kids, we’ve compiled a list of family-friendly attractions that everyone can enjoy. Whether you’re traveling with kids, tweens, or an older group, consider adding these popular Strip attractions to your itinerary:
Located in the heart of The Strip, the iconic fountains at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino are hard to miss. The 460-foot-tall fountains combine music and lights to give visitors a choreographed show every 15 to 30 minutes. After admiring the free show and snapping a few pictures, head into the casino if you’re with a group of adults or visit the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden with your kids. The conservatory boasts a beautiful collection of plants surrounded by seasonal decorations and art installations. The Bellagio’s gardens are busy year-round, but Chinese New Year and Christmas are especially popular times to visit.
Address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 693-7111
This famous entertainment company has been a staple in the Vegas performance scene since the 1990s. Cirque du Soleil’s shows span several venues, offering guests a variety of engaging and breathtaking shows. If you want a taste of Cirque du Soleil's oldest residencies, check out Mystère at Treasure Island or O at The Bellagio. If you’re looking for shows with more of a modern twist, try Michael Jackson: One at Mandalay Bay or R.U.N. at Luxor. Depending on the venue, groups of 10 or more can take advantage of special group pricing to save anywhere from 10% to 40% on admission.
We can’t talk about popular attractions in Vegas without mentioning Caesars Palace. The famous hotel, casino, and performance venue is located in The Forum Shops at Caesars, the country’s highest-grossing shopping mall. Do some shopping at high-end stores like Chanel and Dior, then catch a show at The Colosseum—the palace’s famous venue modeled after none other than the Roman Coliseum. Musical headliners at Caesars have included Journey, Mariah Carey, and Rod Stewart, and the venue has featured additional shows like comedy by Jeff Dunham and contemporary circus performances such as Absinthe. Most musical acts at Caesars should be fine for children but groups traveling with kids should double-check available comedy and circus performances to ensure they’re family-friendly.
Address: 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (866) 227-5938
Like many other popular spots on The Strip, The Venetian is a hotel, resort, and casino in one. The Venetian holds a special charm, as its grounds are modeled after the romantic river city of Venice, Italy. If you can’t make it across the world to the real Venice, The Venetian will give you a small taste, with gondola rides along its manmade river and architectural replicas of landmarks like the Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge. Unfortunately, The Venetian’s gondola rides can only seat up to 4 guests at a time. If you’re looking for a group-friendly attraction at The Venetian, book an Arts and Architecture Tour for up to 15 guests.
Address: 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 414-1000
While on the topic of visiting Europe without stepping a foot outside the U.S., head over to Paris Las Vegas. This hotel and casino is home to Vegas’ very own Eiffel Tower. Well, it’s a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, but it’s still a sight to see if you’ve never been to France. Travel 46 stories up to the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck to get amazing views of The Strip and Vegas’ landscape. The viewing deck offers group packages, as well as corporate packages for company events like holiday parties and team-building exercises.
Address: 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas , NV 89109
Phone: (877) 796-2096
Let’s step out of Europe and head back over to the continental United States. Las Vegas has its own Paris and Venice, so of course it has its own New York. The New York New York Hotel & Casino has your standard Vegas fare of gambling and musical performances, but what makes New York New York unique is its roller coaster and arcade. The Big Apple Coaster loops guests around scale replicas of iconic New York landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Guests traveling with small children can opt to play games in The Big Apple Arcade, explore the replica cityscape, or watch Zumanity from Cirque du Soleil.
Address: 3790 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 740-6616
If you’re looking for unique museums filled with objects and information you never knew you needed to see, Las Vegas is the place to be. The city has several museums and halls of fame dedicated to everything from historic neon signs to mobsters. A few of Vegas’ museums may be a little off the beaten path from the Strip, but your charter bus driver can easily drop your group off at any museum across the city. Check out The Mob Museum just a block from the Strip, or travel a little north to the Neon Museum to learn about Las Vegas’ famous fluorescent signs.
Address: 300 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 229-2734
Address: 770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 387-6366
Image Source: Mobilus in Mobili on Flickr
The High Roller will put your hometown fair’s Ferris wheel to shame. At 550 feet tall, the High Roller is the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. For reference, it’s as tall as the Washington Monument in DC and nearly as tall as the Space Needle in Seattle. The wheel opened in 2014 and is located in The Linq complex. Visitors can marvel at the views, enjoy sky-high dining, and even host a special event like a wedding or birthday party at the observation deck. Groups of 10 or more can book High Roller packages that include general admission, dining, and happy hours options. Group admission for adults starts at $20 a person. Admission for children ages 7-17 starts at $7, and children under 6 get in free.
Address: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 322-0593
Although Las Vegas is located in the middle of a warm and dry landscape, a volcano is still quite out of place. The Mirage Resort boasts a miniature man-made volcano on its grounds that offers sightseers an amazing pyrotechnic show once an hour from 6PM to 11PM. The volcano show is short and sweet but an amazing photo opportunity for visitors that want a taste of Vegas’ extravagance. Viewing the show is completely free, which makes this an easy stop to add on to your Vegas itinerary.
Address: 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 791-7111
Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
Once you see this famous sign, you’ll know you’ve reached the southernmost end of the Las Vegas Strip. The neon sign was erected in 1959 and has attracted thousands of visitors annually ever since. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009, making it one of less than two dozen individual signs holding this special distinction. Before entering or leaving Vegas, be sure to snap a photo with your group in front of the sign.
Address: 5200 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119
If you’re a first-time Vegas visitor, you may find yourself thinking “why is this here?” while exploring the Las Vegas Strip. From replicas of the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty to mini-cities and man-made volcanoes, Las Vegas really does have a little bit of everything. Visit each and every stop on your itinerary in complete comfort with a National Charter Bus rental. We’ll find your group the best type of charter bus for any occasion around Vegas. Call us at 702-780-0497 to inquire about charter bus pricing and to get a free, personalized quote.