Las Vegas residents and travelers spend time at great spots around Clark County, visiting award winning Pahrump Winery, the incredible Neon Museum or checking out new and exciting restaurants in Downtown Las Vegas. Have you visited Container Park? It’s an area filled with food, clothes and art created and sold by local artists, foodies and small business owners.
We’re focused on connecting visitors to the best of Las Vegas off the beaten path. Why? Because locals know best. It’s a win win for local business owners and visitors who are looking for something different, from food, drinks, art, music, theater and history. Why be a tourist when you don’t have to.
Visit Gilcrease Orchard at 7800 North Tenaya, Las Vegas NV 89131 and pick fresh fruit and veg all grown locally. It’s time for pumpkin picking so go to their website and check out their events and hours of operation.
Crown and Anchor
Grab a pint at the nearby Crown and Anchor before or after stacking your quarters. They have a great outdoor patio and British pub menu. Order the Scotch Eggs served warm or cold with a pint of Newcastle, you won’t go wrong.
Pinball Hall of Fame
Did you know about The Pinball Hall of Fame? It’s not at a new location south of the Mandalay Bay:
“Attention! The NEW Pinball Hall of Fame (PHoF) new location has opened April 15, 2021 at it’s new dedicated location 4925 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas NV 89119. Twice the size of the old Tropicana PHoF, the new locale is on ‘the Strip’, right across from the ‘Welcome to Las Vegas’ famous sign! (And right across from Mandalay Bay hotel.) This brand new building is standalone and a dedicated museum, with pinball and nothing but pinball for 25,000 square feet.”
It used to live at 3300 Tropicana, 20 minutes south of The Strip and hosted over 10,000 square feet of pinball machines from the 1930s and up.