Most of us are aware of how marketable places like Vegas and Macau are as holiday destinations. Casino holidays are becoming ever more popular, especially with the advent of the online casino raising interest even further. Vegas or Macau needn’t be adults only holidays though, with plenty of family attractions to pass the time.

Family attractions tend to revolve around shops, museums, theme parks and historical or geographical attractions. There are plenty of these in both Vegas, which is situated in Nevada, and neighboring Arizona, home to the Grand Canyon.

The Grand Canyon is truly one of the seven wonders of the natural world. Its sheer magnitude must be seen to be believed and it seems to particularly appeal to British tourists. The Skywalk is probably something you may have seen on the TV and allows the visitor to stride out 70 feet across the canyon via a glass arc bridge. This is surely the best way to see the Grand Canyon and something that’ll really capture a child’s imagination. The Great Basin National Park back in Nevada highlights the stunning natural beauty of the area.

Vegas is also a huge hit with families. Its attraction is best taken at night when you can appreciate the bright lights of Vegas in their full glory; look out over casinos like The Bellagio, The Venetian and Caesars Palace and even watch the Bellagio’s fountain show from way up a height.

The Bellagio Fountain Show is an attraction in its own right and something you might recognize from movies like Ocean’s Eleven. Places like Vegas are much more than just casinos and should be treated like a full entertainment complex.

The modern casino has all the thrills of Gaming Club online casino, but with the addition of shops, restaurants, award winning shows, and theme park attractions. If planned correctly, Vegas can be a good family holiday, but you need to list the attractions you’d like to see before embarking.

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